By Christopher Munroe
He was blank, of average height and average looks, favoring neutral hues in his clothes and uninteresting hairstyles.
He was friendly, personable, but never took a stand on any issue, never offered an opinion that was in the least bit out of the mainstream. He kept to small talk and platitudes, and listened more than he spoke.
Once he left a room everyone immediately forgot he’d ever been there.
He was invisible.
And it was only later that they realized their jewelry was missing, never making the connection to the fellow who’d been with their crowd but not of them…