Therapist Reacts to Custer - Slipknot

This person’s facial expressions are literally mind blowing, it’s infectious.

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My favorite Slipknot song. And i love seeing someone else love it, understand it and feel it :metal:

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Thank you…

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How she explains some parts shows how many messages are in Slipknot songs. #slipknotfor2024

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At such moments you realize that heavy metal has more meaning than modern songs about love and struggles in life…
MASTERPIECE

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this made me feel like when i show people my music taste and they don’t freak out, sorry for rant im baked
like wow

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You can be my therapist any day of the damn week this was awesome!!! :metal:t2::metal:t2::metal:t2:

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I can just feel that shes a hreat threapist

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Slipknot -‘‘Purity’’ I dare you! lol.

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Okay I just found your Channel! Love it… I have One for you. Slipknot-''Purity ‘’

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Please react to “make me famous” by kim dracula please itll make my day

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Metal is the only therapy I have access to. Unfortunately, therapy is beyond my budget. But thankfully, metal is free. :metal::skull::metal:

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The face you made listening to Slipknot, priceless

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2:48 I’m so glad you expanded on what Corey says, and you went into more depth. I couldn’t agree more, I’m so glad I found your channel. Took me a long time to recognize how common this in life, the exact points you are making. I went through this in h.s., but it’s very similar beyond school in a rural area, it can be a struggle in a small town or rural area if it is like this. When I was a little kid I delivered newspapers to the bar twice a day, and I’d see the 50 year old alky at the bar all day, every day, and I clearly said that won’t be me, theres no point in living beyond today if that’s my future. 3:24 The part you said here, I would have had to kill off the parts of me I liked, and become an alcoholic as a 14 year old freshman to fit in and I’m not joking. I’ve heard people for years on the radio even say this, small towns, rural area, that’s what you do, drink beer, there’s nothing else to do, and it’s not uncommon to start in 9th grade. I didn’t see it that way. I always worked in some capacity from a young age, multiple ways long before 9th grade. Even in my 20s, 30s, 40s, to the people I work with, drinking beer is the most popular topic to discuss , or activity outside of work. I’ll drink a Michelob, but it’s not my whole life.

I wanna see a therapist react to disasterpeice

This is what’s different about Metal. Back in the day in 9th grade, I was already a Metal head that was self taught. Immediately I found friends that loved the same music as me and I just fit into that scene and it was great and some of them have been my best friends for life. This is the metal brotherhood, and it is real ,,/

i clicked cause i saw slipknot