Michel de Certeau is interested with what devices, actions, and procedures people use every day on the micro level in order to subvert, for brief moments, the disciplining powers. […] Everyday life, for de Certeau, is made up of such tactics as “la perruqué“. Everyday life is made up of “clever tricks, knowing how to get away with things, ‘hunter’s cunning’ …” (de Certeau, xix). Everyday life is made up of tactics and of poaching that “…make use of the cracks that particular conjunctions open in the surveillance of the proprietary powers. It poaches in them. It creates surprises in them. It can be where it is least expected. It is a guileful ruse” (37).