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Ohh! Those are my friends. My stinky farts, if I can't hold them they escape without my permission! But they are my friends. Sometimes when I need to breathe, I use them.
[farts and inhales the bubbles]
See? they come in handy when you have to breathe.
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We usually get a movie every Friday night as a family. It's a big deal around our house. Throughout the week the kids only get a half hour to an hour (if they're lucky) of television a day. When the television goes on, mouths drop and eyes go glassy. While the girls are watching their "programs" my face has to melt off to get their attention.
When The Dolphin started the kids were ready with their popcorn and settled down for an uninterrupted show. Within ten minutes of the film starting my three year old turned around and asked, "Daddy, what is wrong with this movie?" Withing twenty minutes both girls were on the couch with us and asking what was in the magazine I was reading. "Dad," they said, "let's just turn it off." So for kids who don't usually get a lot of exposure to movies and t.v., their willingness to read their Dad's National Geographic magazine on overpopulation is a pretty damning condemnation of this film.
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