So, I call G.K. Chesterton to the stand to speak for the defense:
"Suppose we heard an unknown man spoken of my many men. Suppose we were puzzled to hear that some men said he was too tall and some too short; some objected to his fatness, some lamented his leanness; some thought him too dark, and some too fair. One explanation...would be that he might be an odd shape. "
"But there is another explanation. He might be the right shape. ...Perhaps (in short) this extraordinary thing is really the ordinary thing; at least the normal thing, the centre."