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The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby JimChangedMe » Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:52 pm

I've always been curious about topics like this. You see, I used to let my frustration with my family at home depress me and I eventually shut down for a good 3 years. I had few friends and I rarely did anything. But you know who dug me out of my hole? Jim.

You see, I wasn't the most social person until I truely paid attention to Jim. I began to watch interviews, commentaries, his movies, ANYTHING over and over and over. And after looking into his past on up, I said to myself, "Here is a guy who had a rougher time growing up than I did and he seems like the happiest guy on the face of the planet." So I changed. I became more social, more caring and sentimental, more understanding of others. I decided to take interest in writing and acting in hopes of one day being like him. I've never been better in my entire life.

My question is, how has Jim changed your life?
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby carreylegend » Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:20 pm

He's great to escape into and forget a rubbish day
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby JimChangedMe » Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:02 am

carreylegend wrote:He's great to escape into and forget a rubbish day


Yeah, he's definetely a relaxing person, I agree :D
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby EvaAraujo » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:55 am

JimChangedMe wrote:I've always been curious about topics like this. You see, I used to let my frustration with my family at home depress me and I eventually shut down for a good 3 years. I had few friends and I rarely did anything. But you know who dug me out of my hole? Jim.

You see, I wasn't the most social person until I truely paid attention to Jim. I began to watch interviews, commentaries, his movies, ANYTHING over and over and over. And after looking into his past on up, I said to myself, "Here is a guy who had a rougher time growing up than I did and he seems like the happiest guy on the face of the planet." So I changed. I became more social, more caring and sentimental, more understanding of others. I decided to take interest in writing and acting in hopes of one day being like him. I've never been better in my entire life.

My question is, how has Jim changed your life?


That's good to know. Jim impacts people in many way.
He always puts a smile on my face no matter what.
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby Canadian Jayne » Fri Dec 16, 2011 6:33 pm

I think he reminds all of us to
remember to be jovial once in a while
and it can be a good thing.
If we take things so seriously we
probably would never laugh
We have to experience the joy as well as the sorrow
But hopefully the joy,even when things are bad, will
shine through.

"Joy to the world, the Lord is come"
"Joy on earth, peace and good will towards men"
"Joy, joy, joy, joy, joy"
"Make a joyful noise"
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby fluffy » Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:00 pm

I know this is going to sound a little strange but i thoroughly believe in fate and the old saying 'everything happens for a reason.......i don't know what drew me towards this site and Jim but i do know it helped to solve an unanswered question in my life, one that had been troubling me from the age of 7......i know i can't thank him personally but i will be forever grateful.
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby Carrey's Girl » Sat Dec 17, 2011 4:25 am

He always puts a smile on my face no matter what.

Yeah me 2 it doesn't matter wat kind of day i had when i see his pretty face i get happy again. :)
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby EvaAraujo » Sat Dec 17, 2011 4:50 am

shyshy14 wrote:
He always puts a smile on my face no matter what.

Yeah me 2 it doesn't matter wat kind of day i had when i see his pretty face i get happy again. :)


Yeah. He has that gift as well.
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby Carrey's Girl » Sat Dec 17, 2011 6:25 am

EvaAraujo wrote:
shyshy14 wrote:
He always puts a smile on my face no matter what.

Yeah me 2 it doesn't matter wat kind of day i had when i see his pretty face i get happy again. :)


Yeah. He has that gift as well.

Definitely :)
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby JimChangedMe » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:59 pm

fluffy wrote:I know this is going to sound a little strange but i thoroughly believe in fate and the old saying 'everything happens for a reason.......i don't know what drew me towards this site and Jim but i do know it helped to solve an unanswered question in my life, one that had been troubling me from the age of 7......i know i can't thank him personally but i will be forever grateful.


I believe in this as well. Sometimes there is just a certain something that draws you to certain things
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby fluffy » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:21 am

and to certain people..................
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby JimChangedMe » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:41 am

fluffy wrote:and to certain people..................


oh yeah, that too! :lol:
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Re: The Impact Jim Has Made On You

Postby Jimcarrey#1fan23 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:06 am

Jim has made me such a better person! Whenever I'm upset or anything but happy, I watch his stuff and I feel like nothing is happening but me watching and him acting. It's amazing! Just looking at him makes me feel better
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