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It is a hypothetical question about a family that's supportive except when it isn't. )

My two-part question is: how easy or difficult is it for you to imagine that person X might be deeply hurt despite the assurances and caveats, and how rare or common would you guess it is for someone in X's place to feel that way?

The specifics of the question are genuinely hypothetical, but I am sufficiently boggled by the answers I've gotten from someone else that I figured I'd do a reality check.
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So according to some article about Pacific Rim, you aren't supposed to laugh at action scenes? I feel so confused now. Like, how else do you enjoy them?

I mean, okay, there are some I appreciate on a purely aesthetic level, and occasionally one will make me feel actually tense, but -- seriously, I am so confused right now! What else are over-the-top action films for? I thought they were trying to make you laugh with incredulous delight!

Apparently I'm even worse at watching movies than I thought.

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