Do you ever walk around all day with the wrong perception of how you appear to others?
For example, I walked around today at the grocery store in a hooded sweatshirt with the hood up.
I thought I could still pull this look off.
I thought people saw me pass by and thought, 'Hey, look at that guy. He can sure wear a sweatshirt with the hood up. Yep, there 's no telling what he really looks like, because most of his face is all in there."
Then I passed a window and saw my reflection.
I learned something very important at that moment.
A hood does not want a fat face inside it.
It wants the face to please leave in as pancake-like a fashion as possible.
I think people were really thinking, "Whoah....that guy...he needs to take that hood down. Man, doesn't he know the hood is the push-up bra for the jowls? Oh man, I don't even think that guy has a nose. He must be a veteran or something."
As I walk past, they thank me for my service to the country.
Or do you ever have a good day until you use a bathroom with a mirror facing the toilet?