Jose is wearing the Shock Collar this morning!
Today's question: There's a very common expression that people use in their every day speech, it's the phrase "break the ice." Basically, it's when you do something to make people feel or act less shy in a social setting. But did you know, that saying actually comes from the 18th century when breaking ice was a more literal term and businesses put a very big importance on that phrase. What specifically did breaking the ice refer to?
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