Masquerade /ˌmɑːskəˈreɪd  , ˌmaskəˈreɪd/


n. 

  1. a party, dance, or other festive gathering of persons wearing masks and other disguises, and often elegant, historical, or fantastic costumes.

  2. a costume or disguise worn at such a gathering.

  3. false outward show;
    façade;
    pretense:a hypocrite's masquerade of virtue.

  4. activity, existence, etc., under false pretenses:a rich man's masquerade as a beggar.


v.i. 

  1. to go about under false pretenses or a false character;
    assume the character of;
    give oneself out to be:to masquerade as a former Russian count.

  2. to disguise oneself.

  3. to take part in a masquerade.

 

 

This is a game.

 

In a world where we build ourselves outwardly, in which the image we project to the outside seems to be the only point, what if who choses your mask is not yourself but someone who loves you?

 

Let’s play.

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