Who’s responsible?

Doesn’t he have a face and vestiary attribute of a responsible human being? You can tell by the severe expression on his face that he’s wanting to project that he’s the man of the situation. Yet if you look a second time, you might feel that this looks like a kid who’s pretending to be the man of the situation. There’s something clownesque to his persona that not everyone seems to be able to pick up on. Perhaps Only when you’re well versed in the arts of mentalism and reading subtexts…

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