Or… give a man a mask and he’ll lie to you 100× more than usual, insult you based on something he made up about you, and then troll until he gets banned?
Or are we not calling the internet a mask?
(I think it’s a cute idea that a mask will enable someone to “tell the truth” — but I don’t think that happens very often in real life. Unless it’s only meant to apply when just one person has a mask?)
@xobzoo Some people wear a metaphorical mask in public, but are entirely different at home. I have seen it many times. Much also depends on what they regard as “home”. The mask can be camoflage, hiding either a more fragile or a malevolent side.