Kind of have to admit the audio would be way more fun as horror track. Guy realizes it's not in him but in his friend or girlfriend and is anguished and scared. Much more fun to listen to. ;)
Thankfully, the parasite has not infested inside my body. It is inside your body.
Would this work with like, A soap opera and the main characters broke up. And he be like, "it isn't me, it's you!" Wait... that is a sad opera.
why is in not correct if inside is? In English the "side" part is often not actually used...
Is it possible that someone who speaks Hebrew explain what this is in reference to? I don't understand the language usage.
Forget it, it barely makes any sense :) like the first post on this sentence says, it could be some parasite horror movie, but I can't imagine saying this in real life.