The Miscast Case of Mistaken Identity

“I’m sorry, I thought you were someone else,” often said when completely mistaking someone else for a person you “think” you know. Usually, subconsciously, blurting outwardly, followed up with a “you remind me …”, or my favorite, “you look just like …” (Insert, willfully, opinion, command, or defamatory remark here, there, online everywhere) As if,Continue reading “The Miscast Case of Mistaken Identity”