St. George’s, Grenada – Scientists in the Ministry of Science have concluded that a link exists between rainfall and umbrella usage in Grenada.

A study which began over 15 years ago has begun to show clear evidence that umbrellas are used with much higher frequency during periods of bad weather. Indeed, the stats show that on average, people tended to leave their umbrellas at home when the weather was fine.


Curiously, there was also found to be a direct correlation between umbrella usage and the wearing of warmer clothing. Scientists are still working feverishly to discover the reasoning behind this phenomenon.

The Ministry of Science claims that it’s next task will be unearthing the connection between heightened shopping cart usage around supermarkets.

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