It isn’t common knowledge, but every standard-issue human comes fully equipped with an invisibility cloak.
Yes, like the one in Harry Potter.
To activate it, all you have to do is hunch your shoulders, refuse to make eye contact with anyone, and speak only when spoken to.
Keep your eyes on your work. Your phone. Your computer screen. The cantaloupe you’re lowering into your shopping cart. Your own feet.
Advanced users will hide their bodies with dark, baggy clothes, cover their eyes with long hair, and accept boring jobs as low level functionaries, where they strategically schedule their lunch times so they might eat alone in the break room.
At all costs, do everything in your power to avoid interesting shoes. No bright colors. No heels (especially if you’re tall). No polished toes peeking through leopard prints. A ballet flat in muted tones will do the trick.
Be warned. Your built-in invisibility cloak is not hard to turn on. But it’s very, very hard to turn off.
It isn’t common knowledge, but every standard-issue human wants desperately to be seen.
Even when they have their cloak on.
Especially when they have their cloak on.
Don’t judge. See me. See each other. See yourself.