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6th Dec '16 5:40:23 PM Monolaf317
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'''Familiar Voice:''' Hello Jay, this is your inner child. I escaped and I just held up a liquor store! ''(sirens)'' Gotta go!

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'''Familiar Voice:''' Hello Jay, this Jay! This is your inner child. child! I escaped and I just held up ''robbed'' a liquor store! ''(sirens)'' Gotta go!
6th Dec '16 5:37:29 PM Monolaf317
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->(''phone rings'')\\

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->(''phone rings'')\\
->''(phone rings)''\\



'''Familiar Voice:''' Hello Jay, this is your inner child. I escaped and I just held up a liquor store! (''sirens'') Gotta go!
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic''

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'''Familiar Voice:''' Hello Jay, this is your inner child. I escaped and I just held up a liquor store! (''sirens'') ''(sirens)'' Gotta go!
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic''
''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', "Dukerella"
23rd Nov '16 6:06:56 PM Andyroid
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** And in yet another episode, someone uses the word "esoteric" while speaking with Peter, and it shows a board of directors inside Peter's head trying to figure out the definition of esoteric. They decide it means "delicious", and Peter continues the conversation as if this usage of the word is perfectly normal.

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** And in yet another episode, someone uses Lois tells Peter that his idea for a ''Who's the word "esoteric" while speaking with Peter, and it Boss'' parade float is "esoteric". It shows a board of directors inside Peter's head trying to figure out the definition of esoteric. They decide it means "delicious", and Peter continues the conversation as if this usage of the word is perfectly normal.
21st Nov '16 6:20:30 PM Andyroid
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* The Creator/{{Pixar}} film ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', pictured above, is based around this concept, with characters representing Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger living in the head of a young girl.

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* The Creator/{{Pixar}} film ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', pictured above, is based around this concept, with characters representing Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger living in the head of a young girl. There are also teams of "mind workers" who run the other aspects of the brain such as memory, reason, and imagination.
10th Oct '16 7:26:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''Reason and Emotion'', a [[ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]] WartimeCartoon, revolved around this concept. Apparently, the inside of one's head is like a car, and inside it are Reason (a prim and proper guy in a business suit) and Emotion (an unruly caveman). When Reason is in the driver's seat, everything is fine, but when Emotion is in charge... well, apparently you run the risk of turning into a Nazi. The short ends with both Reason and Emotion as pilot and co-pilot on an Allied bombing mission. A segment from this cartoon set in a woman's head, with a prim librarian-type and an impulsive wild girl, and no wartime references, often played on Disney TV shows.

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* ''Reason and Emotion'', a [[ClassicDisneyShorts [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]] WartimeCartoon, revolved around this concept. Apparently, the inside of one's head is like a car, and inside it are Reason (a prim and proper guy in a business suit) and Emotion (an unruly caveman). When Reason is in the driver's seat, everything is fine, but when Emotion is in charge... well, apparently you run the risk of turning into a Nazi. The short ends with both Reason and Emotion as pilot and co-pilot on an Allied bombing mission. A segment from this cartoon set in a woman's head, with a prim librarian-type and an impulsive wild girl, and no wartime references, often played on Disney TV shows.
5th Oct '16 9:02:26 PM Aiguille
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* In Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_8wYwvlmBE Drama for Life]]," a "prolific designer" that personifies the singer's unrestrained creativity is [[MissionControlIsOffItsMeds off-leash]], alternately depicted as a madman or rampaging animal with which the singer is in conflict.

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* In Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_8wYwvlmBE "[[https://youtu.be/xfvtPTvuFTA Drama for Life]]," a "prolific designer" that personifies the singer's unrestrained creativity is [[MissionControlIsOffItsMeds off-leash]], alternately depicted as a madman or rampaging animal with which the singer is in conflict.
21st Sep '16 9:29:38 AM RubyVisiblyShaken
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Cartesian philosophy (flanderised by the pop culture -- consult the Other wiki) includes a notion that there is, in effect, a little guy [[HappyPlace inside your head.]] He sits on your [[PinealWeirdness pineal gland]] and works the controls that make your robot-like body move around, much like the pilot of a MobileSuitHuman. The little guy is the "real you", and he's a much deeper and more interesting guy than the physical "you" everyone else gets to see, mostly because the human body has lousy User Interface design. The term was actually coined as a criticism of Cartesianism by the British philosopher Gilbert Ryle.

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Cartesian philosophy (flanderised by the pop culture -- consult the Other wiki) TheOtherWiki) includes a notion that there is, in effect, a little guy [[HappyPlace inside your head.]] He sits on your [[PinealWeirdness pineal gland]] and works the controls that make your robot-like body move around, much like the pilot of a MobileSuitHuman. The little guy is the "real you", and he's a much deeper and more interesting guy than the physical "you" everyone else gets to see, mostly because the human body has lousy User Interface design. The term was actually coined as a criticism of Cartesianism by the British philosopher Gilbert Ryle.
26th Aug '16 7:34:21 AM Monolaf317
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* ''WebComic/AxisPowersHetalia'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S1eqzPpFFM This happens to]] Germany after hugging Italy in Buon San Valentino (Part 2). And in Germany's head, there are army men (complete with a General) sorting files...in which they don't know where to store any of those heart-shaped files containing feeling of romance.

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* ''WebComic/AxisPowersHetalia'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S1eqzPpFFM This happens to]] to Germany after hugging Italy in Buon San Valentino (Part 2). And in Germany's head, there are army men (complete with a General) sorting files...in which they don't know where to store any of those heart-shaped files containing feeling of romance.
15th Aug '16 12:22:09 PM Aiguille
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* In Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_8wYwvlmBE Drama for Life]]," a "prolific designer" that personifies the singer's unrestrained creativity is [[MissionControlIsOffItsMeds off-leash]], alternately depicted as a madman or rampaging animal with which the singer is in conflict.
30th Jul '16 11:44:34 PM Fireblood
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Cartesian philosophy (flanderised by the pop culture -- consult the Other wiki) includes a notion that there is, in effect, a little guy [[HappyPlace inside your head.]] He sits on your [[PinealWeirdness pineal gland]] and works the controls that make your robot-like body move around, much like the pilot of a MobileSuitHuman. The little guy is the "real you", and he's a much deeper and more interesting guy than the physical "you" everyone else gets to see, mostly because the human body has lousy User Interface design.

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Cartesian philosophy (flanderised by the pop culture -- consult the Other wiki) includes a notion that there is, in effect, a little guy [[HappyPlace inside your head.]] He sits on your [[PinealWeirdness pineal gland]] and works the controls that make your robot-like body move around, much like the pilot of a MobileSuitHuman. The little guy is the "real you", and he's a much deeper and more interesting guy than the physical "you" everyone else gets to see, mostly because the human body has lousy User Interface design. The term was actually coined as a criticism of Cartesianism by the British philosopher Gilbert Ryle.
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