You probably know Ze Frank best as the funny dude with the hilarious animal videos, but his latest installment takes on a more serious topic: What it feels like when you don't fit in -- and why that's OK.
Using cardboard as a metaphor, Frank explains how growing up, he didn't quite fit the mold among his peers.
"When I was young I had this feeling that there was this handbook that I had never gotten that explained how to be, how to laugh, what to wear, how to stand by yourself in the hallway," says Frank in a voice-over. "Everyone looked so natural -- like they all practiced and knew exactly what to do -- even the way they pushed their hair out of their face."
Watch in the powerful video above.
Frank recalled his experience as the "opposite," noting how self-conscious he was and how he imagined everyone compared notes on how he didn't fit in. But even after creating a different "version" of himself to be accepted, he eventually discovered "fitting in" isn't something that can be learned or practiced.
"The way to become natural -- like I wanted to be so badly -- is forgetting what you're trying to be to other people, and if there is a handbook, you probably get to write it yourself," concludes Frank.
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