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#2 - abject (09/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#30 - draeman (09/16/2013) [+] (7 replies)
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#10 - ambiguous **User deleted account** (09/16/2013) [+] (9 replies)
MFW Finding Nemo came out in 2003 on VHS

I thought VHS was extinct long before then.
#25 - lilRican (09/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I want to watch monster university so bad
#21 - gayboard (09/16/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Yeah, nah. I just suck at everything.
Yeah, nah. I just suck at everything.
#1 - Weirdozzy (09/16/2013) [-]
I love this
I love this
#54 - triggathepirate (09/16/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I feel like this was supposed to inspire me or give me some sort of... feel.   
All I feel, is compelled to gnaw at the flesh of the innocent.
I feel like this was supposed to inspire me or give me some sort of... feel.
All I feel, is compelled to gnaw at the flesh of the innocent.
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User avatar #5 - kingofgodss (09/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
oh, I thought they just released Monsters University to take advantage of their aging fan base and get them to pay money to see a movie they could relate
#37 to #8 - pwnmissilereborn **User deleted account** (09/16/2013) [-]
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User avatar #134 - tehsaxhero (09/17/2013) [-]
A few minutes ago i was contemplating suicide because it seems like my whole life has just been on a steady downfall. I took 3 AP classes this year (senior in high school) in order to make my parents proud. I also work a weekend job, and do several extracurricular activities so I have a busy schedule. I know this may not seem bad, but when your dad looks you in the eye and tells you that you are failing him as a son it really breaks you down. I came onto funnyjunk tonight to have a laugh before I came up with a stupid plan to end my life, but instead I found this. Thank you OP this is exactly what I needed. I'm going to go study, and give everything my goddamn best. Thanks for letting me vent. I'll see you guys around.
#70 - larfang (09/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I saw this movie a few weeks ago, right after I separated from the military. MY friends put it on for me, saying that I could relate to it. This scene hit me so hard I started to tear up, because in that moment I was Mike. Everyone around me just kept telling me they knew how I felt and that things were gonna get better. No, no one 						*******					 knew how I felt at all. To know that you didn't make it because you didn't pass some stupid test by two points. To know you worked so hard to get there, only to have it all crumble down around you. To know that you've completely disappointed your family, as you did not live up to the expectation given to you. I remember looking to my friends as I watched this, and explained to them that this was how I felt. I guess through this they all began to at least understand how I felt, rather then throwing buckets of sunshine and rainbows at me, telling me things are okay. But as the tumblr post says, it helped me a lot with dealing in my own failure. Sure, I had just separated from the air force, but that didn't mean my life was over. I still had many opportunities to try out still, get a job somewhere else, go back to college, and so much more. This movie helped me literally see the light at what I thought was a dark abyss, all I needed to do was crawl my way out and start with a different outlook on my situation.    
   
   
TL;DR This movie helped me out in a bad time, and this scene specifically brought out many feels.
I saw this movie a few weeks ago, right after I separated from the military. MY friends put it on for me, saying that I could relate to it. This scene hit me so hard I started to tear up, because in that moment I was Mike. Everyone around me just kept telling me they knew how I felt and that things were gonna get better. No, no one ******* knew how I felt at all. To know that you didn't make it because you didn't pass some stupid test by two points. To know you worked so hard to get there, only to have it all crumble down around you. To know that you've completely disappointed your family, as you did not live up to the expectation given to you. I remember looking to my friends as I watched this, and explained to them that this was how I felt. I guess through this they all began to at least understand how I felt, rather then throwing buckets of sunshine and rainbows at me, telling me things are okay. But as the tumblr post says, it helped me a lot with dealing in my own failure. Sure, I had just separated from the air force, but that didn't mean my life was over. I still had many opportunities to try out still, get a job somewhere else, go back to college, and so much more. This movie helped me literally see the light at what I thought was a dark abyss, all I needed to do was crawl my way out and start with a different outlook on my situation.


TL;DR This movie helped me out in a bad time, and this scene specifically brought out many feels.
#41 - beddeb (09/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#94 - PhedoBear (09/16/2013) [-]
no you don't ******* understand how i ******* feel. you are not me and you do not understand how it feels to be me. stop ******* assuming i feel like that.
#105 - diggytits (09/17/2013) [-]
<<<< Favorite part in the entire movie
#24 - infinitereaper (09/16/2013) [+] (12 replies)
But not being good enough doesn't mean I'm not a failure.   
It implies exactly that.   
   
Sure I might have something else to offer, but not being able to be what you are on the inside on the outside--is just, tragic.    
   
If results were determined by effort alone the world would be a vastly different place.   
So how can I not lament not being good enough?    
   
I loved this movie, but the point remains.
But not being good enough doesn't mean I'm not a failure.
It implies exactly that.

Sure I might have something else to offer, but not being able to be what you are on the inside on the outside--is just, tragic.

If results were determined by effort alone the world would be a vastly different place.
So how can I not lament not being good enough?

I loved this movie, but the point remains.
User avatar #116 to #34 - falanvaul (09/17/2013) [-]
Strong words. Even though what you speak has truth, not many devote themselves to this. Do you think you can honestly you can fight something for so long?
User avatar #6 - miklthepikl (09/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
But dad, the incredibles taught me that only very few people are special.

>confliction
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#3 - Clonious (09/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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