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Wincing cults

by graphieti
Do you recognize those moments when you are living your life as you were just surviving it and then suddenly a sort of warm spirit gently blows up in between heart and liver, stays there for 4 seconds, gives you the shortest and brightest mood you’ve ever felt, and then it dies as if it were yet too old? I do. I hope you agree that movies were accurately invented to enhance the happening of those precise moments (no, wikipedia doesn’t mention it, but it is obviously true). The warm spirit comes from the memory of movies, not necessarily from watching them on and on. So sometimes it’s not a matter of the movie itself, but it’s a matter of… Read more

Do you recognize those moments when you are living your life as you were just surviving it and then suddenly a sort of warm spirit gently blows up in between heart and liver, stays there for 4 seconds, gives you the shortest and brightest mood you’ve ever felt, and then it dies as if it were yet too old?
I do.
I hope you agree that movies were accurately invented to enhance the happening of those precise moments (no, wikipedia doesn’t mention it, but it is obviously true). The warm spirit comes from the memory of movies, not necessarily from watching them on and on. So sometimes it’s not a matter of the movie itself, but it’s a matter of the chemical reaction your brain produced the first time you watched it.
Chemical reactions produced by the memory of movies are incommensurable and honest. They are represented by the acronym CR∞M, which is also featured as the 93rd element in the periodic table.
Physically, CR∞M are instinctively stored in the 90% of brain space that Einstein said we don’t usually use.

For different reasons, to me these listed below are those movies.
(Always updating…)

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