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warm fuzziesnoun

  • ja心地よさ、褒められた時の嬉しさ
  • enthe feeling when praised by someone; a pleasant feeling

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Nothing could go wrong.
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It's an out-of-body feeling.
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That excited feeling to see them come home or to see their face after a long time of not seeing them.
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Warm fuzzies.
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That little increase in the heart rate.
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That little tingling on the skin.
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You corkscrew your first eyeball,
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and you're like, "Man, I can't believe they're paying me to do this."
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By the trillionth, it's like, "I should've just been a teacher."
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And then you go and get the warm fuzzies about your little humans and something...
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something changed.
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I was having fun again.
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I'm not sure I'm ready for that to end.
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I know, buddy. It's hard when things end.
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But one way or the other, this is over.
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The only question is...what's next?
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Being more self-aware can greatly improve self-confidence,
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since self-awareness enables us to clearly see our strengths and weaknesses,
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allowing us to focus on doing what we're good at.
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This increases our overall sense of confidence and warm fuzzies.
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But in addition to the warm fuzzies, scientists have found there are benefits for gratefulness
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in romantic relationships and in forming new friendships.
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Given that the other films have been massive cash cows, 'Solo' was expected to do pretty well.
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Even considering 'The Last Jedi' backlash and potential franchise fatigue.
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But 'Solo' flopped.
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It’s on track to be the first unprofitable 'Star Wars' film ever.
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This should surprise you for 1 reason.
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Everything about this movie is designed to be marketable and give you the warm fuzzies.
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So what went wrong?