Some things just have to be stopped.
So...what things are they, then?
The trouble is that wrath and a clear-head don't usually go together.
Wrathful people are jolly dangerous, we all know that, but how can we tell who is most likely to be overtaken by wrath (it's pronounced roth, by the way, although there are some very ancient people around who still say rawth)?
Well, it's the hair.
Yes, I know that red-haired people have a reputation for being hasty, but it's not the colour of a person's hair that's the signal for a dangerous temper. Well, it wasn't when the word wrath was first made up, anyway.
Think of the angriest people you know? Do they have something in common about their hair?
No. Nor do the ones I know.
Thing Probably Not To Do Today: be wrathful. This word comes from the Old English wrǣththu (look at that, a double th!) and is related to the Old High German reid, which means curly haired.
Artist: Wenceslas Hollar (I know it says Leonardo da Vinci, but Wenceslas Hollar produced the picture. Presumably that's Leonardo's portrait.).
This curly-haired Puck by Joshua Reynolds looks harmless enough, though.