"Let us sit on this log at the roadside," says I, "and forget the inhumanity, and ribaldry of the poets. It is in the glorious columns of ascertained facts and legalized measures that beauty is to be found. In this very log we sit upon, Mrs. Sampson," says I, "is statistics more wonderful than any poem. The rings show it was sixty years old. At the depth of two thousand feet it would become coal in three thousand years. The deepest coal mine in the world is at Killingworth, near Newcastle. A box foru feet long, three feet wide, and two feet wight inches deep will hold one ton of coal...
"Go on Mr' Pratt," says Mrs. Sampson, "Them ideas is so original and soothing. I think statistics are just a lovely as they can be."
O. Henry, The Handbook of Hymen
Do not follow advice of any kind without first asking - can you show me the statistics around your conjecture? Can it be that you are observing random behaviour? Or perhaps, could it be your own experiences, while valid for you or a small group, do not actually represent the broader population.