I just think it’s kind of weird. I mean, it’s fine. It’s interesting. I find it interesting. Do you watch Stranger Things? It’s fun if you’re a child of the 80s — the 80s aesthetic is really strong they totally nailed it and it brings you back. It’s really Goonies-esque. Anyway, I bring that up because there’s an alternative world in that show called The Upside Down. They are like different creatures and everything’s very different and I sort of feel like I have an Upside Down in me right now. It’s a totally different universe in there. When she moves it’s exciting but it’s also a little bit out of a horror movie. Like, in Alien, a creature just busts out of your stomach. I mean. It’s sort of strange.
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