Questions that pop into my head when I'm driving through the boonies and can't connect to pandora (1/2): Is a "fake" person still being a fake person if they tell you that they're being fake?
You know a horse when you see one and a clown, the horse is real, can not change what he or she horse is.....but the clown, changes to suit the situation or event.......Fake is fake, no matter how you define it or can coat it........
*candy coat it......
This sentence is a lie.
He's being genuine when telling you he's fake.
How do you know they aren't faking it when they tell you they are faking it?
Fake, but self-aware.
My next sentence is a lie:
▫I always tell the truth.
Did I lie or tell the truth?
My next sentence is fake:
▫I am always for real.
Was I being fake or for real?
MIND 💥 BLOWN
This is a bit of a meaningless question but it's really bothering me I can't come up with an answer I'm sure of.
Of course. Their telling you they are being fake is part of their being fake and meant to confuse you.
I interpret it the other way. A "fake" person letting you know about their secret becomes a very vulnerable and "real" person, perhaps more real than people who were never fake at all.
Those are both of the opinions i have on it too :P.