is a con".
It's not a bad thing to be wary of ie to be cautious of a con. But like riding a bicycle, I won't know what it's like until I do it myself. Other peoples' hearsay (not to mention my own hearsay) that it's a con, doesn't give the experience of what it really is ie it doesn't give any experience actually.
"I'll get conned" ie "I'm
of being conned".
Given our already always listening, defense mechanisms, survival instincts etc it's totally plausible that the possibility of transformation shows up up as a con ie as a threat. "I'm afraid of being conned" is really very honest.
other people will think I've been conned".
This is the often unspoken truth behind flavor #2. There's only one thing worse than the fear of being conned, and that's the fear other people will think I've been conned. Horrors!
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