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Appearances are deceptive

Possible interpretation: The way something or someone looks from outside may give us the wrong impression.

Note: appearances (noun) = the way that something or someone looks | deceptive (adj.) = misleading; seeming to be different from the reality

Quick Quiz:

If it's true that "appearances are deceptive", how should we judge appearances? We should
  1. investigate them further
  2. believe them automatically
  3. refuse to believe them

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