if it’s their life, they probably know a lot about it already

People with a strange identity— especially when it’s strange— have generally thought through the fact that it’s strange, and how it works for them anyway. If you go up to them and say something obvious about how you think it doesn’t make sense, they’re not going to go “oh gee, I never thought about that! I guess you’re right!” They’re going to say “That’s not actually how this works,” and “What you said isn’t relevant to what I mean by it.”

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