How come a sticker that says “Do not touch the glass” only makes you want to touch the glass?
And why is a sticker that says “Do not touch the glass” allowed to touch it yet none of us can? What makes it so damn special — pasted on there, mocking us, clearly telling us not to do what it’s doing at that exact moment. Or is it just taking one for the team? Is there some greater danger involved beyond leaving smudges and fingerprints?
Sticker, I understand your need to keep it brief but I need to know … Is there a radiation concern beyond the glass and our touching it may weaken it, therefore compromising life as we know it on our side? Toxic gas or harmful substances you’re not at liberty to discuss in any further detail, all for our protection? If so, I get it.
Talk to me, sticker. You can trust me. What gives? Tell me something else besides: “Do not touch the glass.”
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