Every 50 days, I walk into the grocery store and do something that appears very suspicious.
One of my cats, Biddy, has diabetes. So part of his daily routine is to get injected with insulin. He doesn’t seem to mind–I think he knows it makes him feel better. Plus, he only gets a tiny dose at this point, as his weight is way down from a few years ago.
The problem is that I need to buy insulin syringes on a regular basis from the pharmacy. Based on their reaction every time I ask to buy a box of syringes for my cat, they don’t get a lot of people asking to do that.
Guess who else tries to buy syringes, according to a pharmacist friend? Drug addicts.
Today was syringe-buying day for me, and I realized that I don’t know how to act when I’m trying not to look suspicious (while doing something suspicious). It seemed like an eternity while the pharmacist was tallying the bill, during which time I tried the following:
What do you think? Is there anything you do that appears suspicious? How do you not look suspicious?