Looking at humanity is often like looking at a set of funhouse mirrors, broken and distorted versions of yourself.

Looking at humanity is often like looking at a set of funhouse mirrors, broken and distorted versions of yourself.

That can make them very annoying, especially if they have traits that amplify the same stuff kids made fun of you in childhood or adults scolded you for. You’re trying to get away from that stuff within your own psyche, and HERE’S somebody broadcasting it brazenly, and shutting them up becomes utmost priority suddenly.

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