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20 YEARS AFTER ITS RELEASE, I’M STILL AFRAID TO WATCH KIDS

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Outlet: Thrillist

When you’re depressed, you think about laying down a lot. Constantly, actually. Get close to a couch, and every part of your brain is suddenly convinced that everything would be better if you’d just sprawl out. Go ahead, it will say. Just a few minutes. You’ll feel so much better. Of course, you won’t. You’ll lay there staring off into the middle of nothing, trying to get back up but physically lacking the ability to do so. Hours may pass. Eventually, you’ll have to go somewhere — a job interview, say, or even just the bathroom — and you’ll summon the courage to break this sorcerous paralysis and get up.

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