I remember being young and reading an article about the serial killer Ted Bundy in Readers Digest. I found him to be quite thrilling. He re-invented the way he looked regularly to stay under the radar as he committed crime. There was this great matrix of all his various unrecognizable incarnations that I thought was cool cool cool.
Crime is bad. Killing is bad. Readers Digest is bad.
But being a chameleon? Let's just say that that part of the article really took for me.