Smoke follows beauty is an old campfire saying, but what does it mean? We’re covering the old saying smoke follows beauty, why smoke follows people, is smoke attracted to objects, fire folklore, campfire stories for kids facts, where smores came from & MORE!
What Is Smoke Follows Beauty?
On this family campfire podcast episode for kids and parents, we’re bringing you answers to burning questions…
Campfire Smoke Follows Beauty Podcast Episode
- Smoke follows beauty meaning
- Smoke follows beauty origin
- Does smoke follow beauty?
- Why does smoke seem to follow you?
- What does it mean when the campfire smoke follows you?
- What to do when smoke follows you…
- Will a campfire go out on its own?
- Fun facts about fire safety
- Camp fire facts and prevention
- Wildfires facts
- What does fire represent in mythology?
- Fire myths from around the world (Fire legends)
- History of campfire stories
- Fun facts about smores
- When were smores invented
- Why are smores called smores
- What city eats the most smores
& MORE (?s’more?) on this super hot podcast episode for parents and kids!
Where To Listen To The Camp Fire Smoke Follows Beauty Podcast Episode
In this week’s lit podcast episode, we’re talking campfire fun facts, what’s up with smoke following you around a campfire, fire in mythology and legends, campfire stories, and we’ll even talk about the history of s’mores!
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What is the saying about smoke follows beauty?
If you’re sitting around a campfire and smoke keeps following you no matter where you move, what do you say when smoke follows you? The old saying is that smoke follows beauty! However, smoke doesn’t really follow beauty and a smoking fire depends on a lot of different factors like what you’re burning in your campfire, how you stacked the wood, and how many people and the position around the fire.
Where did the saying smoke follows beauty come from?
Smoke follows beauty is an old saying that is an old wives’ tale and seems to have been around for quite some time, However, there is no specific first use of this saying and has not been traced back to one specific origin.
Highlights and Fact Corrections From the Campfire Podcast Episode
* Ella mentioned the ancient ritual of reading ashes and coals. It’s called Spodomancy and is sometimes practiced to read the past, present, and future.
* Read more about the Australian Burning mountain that we talked about in the podcast!
*When talking about smores history, Jackie said she didn’t know when Girls Scouts started. Girl Scouts started on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia. [source]
*Can’t make outdoor smores? Check out these indoor s’more makers! (affiliate link) GO HERE
*Learn how to make Air Fried Homemade S’mores Ice Cream
Smoke Follows Beautiful People Podcast Episode References, Sources, and Resources
We encourage you to visit these awesome sites and resources and continue learning after listening. They have so much more great info than we could cover on our Parent Busters podcast episode!
- Smithsonian Magazine
- The Nest Collective
- Denver Post
- Solo Stove
- Physical Education Update
- Morning View Retreat