It was nice.
“At least we felt something.”
Didn’t we also feel that we’re not particularly sensitive?
“No, others felt that.”
It is much nicer to feel what you feel yourself and then say it to another person.
“Why? You can’t do that.”
“You just can’t. But we simply must have felt the same. It’s great when almost everyone all over the world feels the same.”
“There there. There now. Now, now. This is certainly not the time to feel anything but disgust. One must by definition not make fun of people who do not feel very much.”
It’s a lie that you feel paralysis and disgust. You’re too hard. May I offer you a liquorice in the middle of your media horror?