I’m comfortable with the idea of uncomfortable quotes, but I can’t help but chuckle at the expression “I’m a walking disaster.” It doesn’t have to be a joke; it’s a sincere sentiment, and that is the point.
I love the fact that Im a walking disaster because I think that is just awesome. I love it because I think it shows that you can still have a good time doing bad things.
I’m not gonna say I hate getting uncomfortable. I mean Im really sorry that I don’t hate the first three or four sentences of this movie, but I do I like the fact that I am NOT allowed to say that I hate getting uncomfortable. I have to be able to say I hate getting uncomfortable because I can’t sit still longer and read this sentence, but I can certainly get uncomfortable because I can still enjoy the movie.
The first few lines of the new trailer are pretty uncomfortable for me to read because I like to think that I dont think anyone would want to read this line “I feel like a fish out of water. I dont think anyone would understand and I dont know if Im a good person. Im not sure if Im a good person, Ill just say I dont know.
I can definitely think of a few people who would love to read this line. The thing is, I also dont know if I can get comfortable with that. I think I might just have to ignore the whole uncomfortable thing. It was the same last time I saw it so I dont know if it will be the same this time.
I think most people would probably get uncomfortable if they read it. There are a few people who would get too comfortable and might want to read it. I agree with you that it is a bit of a weird way to end a book. But that’s also why I wrote it.
This line has been a bit of a struggle with me. The way I see it, it has to do with the fact that we are all in a constant state of being uncomfortable. When I was a kid, I had nightmares a lot. I was always scared of something or other. I remember one particularly scary dream where I was running down a long path, afraid of everything and nothing. Even the sun, and the way it felt on my cheeks.
I remember one time in my teens, I was playing in a forest with my mom and my brother. My brother was on the ground, and I was running. The forest was very thick, and I had to run through it. I ran for what seemed like forever. The path I was running on was very long. Eventually I lost my breathe. Once I stopped running, I was able to sleep.
The two main reasons why I was going down the path were: 1) I felt like I was running to death, and 2) the path I was running on was very long. Even though I was going down the path, it was scary. I was on the path with no breath.
What was scary was that the forest wasn’t really a forest, it was just a really thick, really tangled sort of forest. It was like it was all over my body. I was so tired that I had to go through the forest to stop myself from dying. But I was so sad I didn’t want to stop. Once I started to come back, I could breathe normally again.