Full Fat Videos - Full Fat Normie

Apr 8, 2018
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The video transcript, it's unreal...

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weird new iteration of shrek arguably
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our franchises own rights all of this
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speaks to the creation of a massive
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shrek paratext an external type of text
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which supports and changes the meaning
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of the original text para texts can be
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difficult to define clearly but an easy
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example is a book in which you have the
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main text let's say Moby d♠️ck and then a
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foreword by someone who tells you about
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its publication history the former is
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the primary text whilst the forward is a
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para text because its existence is
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conditional to the primary text existing
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this doesn't mean however that the
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paratext should be thought of as a
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secondary to the main text as para texts
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are as important in our understanding of
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the main text as the text itself if we
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think of our understanding of what
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something is as a compound containing
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numerous elements then the addition of a
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new substance or text to the compound
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can
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drastically change its properties a new
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piece of information about a film can
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fundamentally change our understanding
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of it just like how it's difficult to
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watch films by certain directors or
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actors when we learn about their
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personal lives in the same way these
This is so f🅰️king pretentious.​
 
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Apr 8, 2018
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This is the most normie explanation of shrek I have ever heard:

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shrek is love shrek is life tells the
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tale of a nine-year-old boy who mocked
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an abused by his father for his
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obsession with shrek praised - the
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titular ogre who flies him through the
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boys window and proceeds to sodomized
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him violently the green text spread like
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wildfire online and reached its peak
Also he explained it after 4 minutes of garbage, trying to reach the 10 min goal.
So he's one of those commentary channel huh? Never give credits in the description to prevent people from clicking away.