Does this look like the face of a child who admits he doesn't use soap? Last night I had cause to ask him this question. He looks me straight in the eyes and says, "No." And then, with all seriousness and sincerity says, "But I wash my hair and the soap runs down my body." Really?? So, although his routine has become to shower in the morning, and by shower I apparently mean stand under running water, I sent him straight to the bathroom and ordered him to use soap. And still when he returns from the bathroom, I feel the need to ask, "Did you wash your feet?" And again, I hear, "No, but I washed my body and all the soap ran down over my feet." He looks sweet enough...doesn't he?
And what about this? Does this look like the image of a girl who would lie in wait in her mother's bed early in the morning for the mother to emerge from the shower just to yell, "BOO!" and scare the daylights out of her mother? She looks innocent...doesn't she?
In 2 out of 3 cases, looks can be deceiving.