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When you are hurtling through adolescence overcome with warring emotions and desperately trying to learn a whole new set of rules for status and interaction everything you thought you knew seems suspect and even your own body is completely unfamiliar and terrifyingly out of control It sometimes seems that the best anchor to keep you from levitating off the ground over the intense humiliation and the overwhelming injustice of it all is to adopt an air of ferocious perpetual exasperation and disdain But what keeps you going are those few moments when a tantalizing glimpse of the possibility of pure pleasure provokes the ultimate accolade Sweet So when our eponymous hero Napoleon Dynamite Jon Heder climbs onto the schoolbus and slumps into a seat in the back and an admiring younger kid asks him What are you going to do today Napoleon his reply is Whatever I feel like I want to do Gosh Then whatever he feels like he wants to do turns out to be tying a muscle man action figure to a string and throwing it out the window to pull along behind the bus Sweet And when he he opens the door to find a shy classmate peddling Glamour Shot photos and lanyard keychains he disdainfully tells her I got like a finity of those I made in summer camp And when his older brother Kip Aaron Ruell taunts him Napoleon dont be jealous that Ive been chatting online with babes all day Besides we both know Im trying to become a cage fighter he replies Since when We both know youve got like the worst reflexes of all time Then he has to try to prove it and it appears that in the race for that title they may be in a tie And when Napoleon sees his new friend Pedros Efren Ramirez bike he says Dang Ever take it off any sweet
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