Today, my friend
Common sense is always subjective: “I have it. You don’t.”
True common sense, though, would be: If it’s raining, and you don’t want to get wet, wear a raincoat or carry an umbrella or both. Perhaps you love to dance in the rain! What then? Someone will think you’re insane, no doubt, but is it a lack of common sense if you choose to dance barefoot in the rain and jump in puddles like a child – provided you change into dry clothes when you’re done, so you don’t get uncomfortably chilled and perhaps catch a cold?
Common sense should not be used as a criterion for judging others, though – especially if I’m dancing in the rain and you think I’m crazy.
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