If the real world worked like the online-photography world of stolen photos posted to websites and ads:
Why is everyone so mad? I never said it was MY car. And I didn’t know it was wrong. I mean, I saw a car that I really wished my car looked like, and it was unlocked and the keys happened to be inside and so I just used it to run errands and go to work and drive around town. And when people said, “Hey, I love that car!” I said “Thank you,” because I love it, too.
I DID NOT STEAL IT. Only a bully would think that.
Again, I never said it was my car. I can’t help that some people thought that it was my car just cause I was driving it. Not my fault. And I didn’t know taking a car that wasn’t mine was wrong. So, instead of being angry at me that I took YOUR car, why not gently explain to me why it’s wrong and forgive me and let’s move on.“
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Missy Mwac is a photographer/eater of bacon/drinker of vodka and a guide through the murky waters of professional photography. You can follow her social media links here: Facebook, Tumblr. This article was also published here and shared with permission.