[personal profile] malka
I hear occasionally of psychology / sociology profs handing out assignments to break social rules. Not big ones, like wearing clothing over one's crotch, not screaming in public, or driving on the correct side of the road, but little ones, like which way to face in an elevator.

I think this is interesting, but also somewhat off. Other people did not consent to be in your scene, no matter how interesting and growthful you find it. Still, I think there's value in noting how pressure-deep our everyday waters are.

I want to occasionally attempt to notice, and postulate contrafactuals to, as many currently-functioning social rules as possible. I think it would make a simple walk down the street either interesting or tedious.
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