The other day I went and saw Funny People with my grandmother. It had some really bad jokes and launage, but if you need a good laugh it is a must see movie. My grandmother almost left and here I was laughing my head off. She was a little embassed by me I think. She's the type of person where you have to do everything perfect around her. My family doesn't understand depression very well, so it just helped to get my mind on something else.
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