Looks can be deceiving. And so can names.
Burger King’s new fries, Satisfries, are deceiving. So they’re low fat, apparently. But what if you knew they should be called “Chemicalfries?”
Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte is deceiving. It should probably be called Pumpkin Syrup Latte. All these years, I thought it was just the pumpkin spice giving it flavor. Now I make this #PSL instead.
Facebook is deceiving. Once I really understood its power to be an anxiety-inducing false reality, I used it a lot less.
Yes, knowledge about a name can be restrictive. And challenging. Especially when it means avoiding fries, PSL’s, and Facebook.
But isn’t knowledge power?