1. The look on the cashier’s face when you hand her a quarter for “Pay What You Wish” day at the Philadelphia Art Museum.
That glare she gives you as she begrudgingly hands you your museum tag won’t make you feel guilty because you followed the rule. You paid what you wished.
2. The brutal honesty of a stranger giving you unsolicited advice.
It can come from anywhere. Behind you on SEPTA, next to you at the bar, or even in the next aisle at the Acme — the voice of a stranger weighing in on your life. And when you look at them confused, they’ll make you feel like it was your fault for discussing your matters too loudly in public.