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Somebody’s Inner Child

Filmed in Boulder, CO in 1992 this video features Errol Strider in this comical take on being “somebody’s inner child” (Some human experiences just don’t age–although the performer certainly has.)

In 1992, against the backdrop of Boulder, Colorado, Errol Strider graced the screen in a comically timeless portrayal of being “somebody’s inner child.” Despite the passage of time, certain human experiences retain their humor and relevance, and Strider’s performance is a testament to this enduring truth.

In this delightful video, Strider embodies the playful essence of the inner child, bringing to life the mischievous spirit that resides within us all. With his trademark wit and charm, he invites viewers to embrace the lightheartedness of youth and rediscover the joy of simply being.

Errol in his rainbow heavenly court jester hat with his funny whimsical smile

As we watch Strider’s antics unfold on screen, we can’t help but be drawn into his world of whimsy and wonder. His infectious laughter and irreverent humor remind us that laughter truly is the best medicine, capable of lifting our spirits and brightening even the darkest of days.

But beyond the laughter, there is a deeper message woven into the fabric of Strider’s performance. Through his portrayal of the inner child, he encourages us to reconnect with the innocence and spontaneity that often get buried beneath the weight of adulthood. He reminds us that it’s okay to embrace our playful side, to let go of our inhibitions, and to dance with abandon in the playground of life.

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