This person who, when I’m not in the room, opens a wine and enjoys it for what it is panics the minute an expert enters, hoping to not be admonished for their choice. They have been taught that there is a correct answer to the question: is this wine good.
On Wine. A tragedy.
Ryan Opaz

I feel like this goes for many fields that live off of the mystique they create for the consumers: art, architecture, and so on. A friend would benignly ask, “what do you think of this space, ‘architecturally?’”