Good day, everyone!
Yesterday’s blog post served to shed light on a couple of facts, the most important, that we’ve all committed a “public” faux pas at one point or another.
Most of you admit to feeling some anxiety concerning the possibility that someone or something could be watching you.
Others admit to publicly adjusting underwear in public, tugging at clothes, and pushing body parts back into place.
Some have thanked me for creating awareness that there might be some truth to the conspiracy theory, while others wish I’d never opened the Pandora box.
In light of these results, I think it only fair to reveal who’s really responsible for having opened the box.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet the culprits.
(FYI, I don’t know what the cat’s real name is, but for the sake of identification purposes, lets call him Alberto.)
However, before you condemn them, know they are also responsible for shedding light on the fact that most of us suffer from scopophobia: the fear of being looked at or seen.
Through their actions, our furry friends have “stumbled” onto this diagnosis.
Curse them or thank them. It’s up to you.
I now suggest we put this behind us and go forward in the world, either by exercising more caution with our public “adjustments,” or by not giving a rat’s ass at who looks at us.
It’s up to you.
Have a good one, folks.
Disclaimer: This blog post is written for amusement purposes only, and is not intended to provide specific medical diagnosis or treatment advice.