Scene: DP and Indy Clause going home after a business conversation with a professional grown-up-type person
Indy to DP: I didn’t mean to be weird in the beginning, but she was saying things that just weren’t how I felt.
DP: She was trying to empathize with you.
Indy: I appreciate that. But I wasn’t worried about what she thought I was worried about.
DP: A lot of people try to empathize with you, but they don’t understand that you’re a [last name redacted].
Indy: You’re right, I never feel the way people expect me to feel. That explains everything.
How often do you forget that you’re not like other people?