I'm Not Doing It

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Anti social behavior is anti social behavior. You can justify it however you want, but it doesn't change the fact that you're a social deviant.

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"It is as a sport to a fool to do mischief"
Proverbs
( you're probably too stupid to understand a proverb, but rest assured that you are a mischievous fool)

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I agree with you regarding the potential utility of the action however I think you’d be better off mentally if you stopped clinging to your rebellious behavior as though it’s doing you any good. The fact is that most people can’t handle grey areas, and given this, are better off erring on the side of caution all of the time (including situations where it’s likely unnecessary) vs. none of the time (which would definitely be harmful for all of us). You seem like someone who almost gets this grey area thing so I’m here to help you with that. In order to successfully navigate grey areas you need to a.) have a handle on your own emotions, b.) have awareness of and respect for other people’s emotions so that you can c.) make decisions that take both of those things into account. Here’s how it looks in practice: before you go out into the world, ask yourself if you feel up to the task of enduring withering glances for the act of walking down the street unmasked. (Regardless of whether or not the mask is actually doing anything, those looks are the a certainty you’d have to be downright stupid to ignore.) Is the answer yes? Congratulations! You have a handle on your emotions! This means that you can go for your walk unmasked and not become so distraught over some momentary glances that you need to write a seething, all-caps laden IA about it! Is the answer no? Then put a fucking mask on, dumbass. It may or may not be actually doing anything germ-wise but it sure as hell serves a purpose that benefits everyone when the rest of us don’t have to endure your sour-ass mood that results from your own childish behavior.