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Re: Crying

Mar 26, 2013

gR3yGh051 wrote:

renatabls wrote:

gR3yGh051 wrote:

I don't cry. 


I bet the 1st thing you did when you were born was to cry. :smileywink:


Last time I cried, my bird died... I was 9. I am 28 now. 

Again, I don't cry


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Re: Crying

Mar 26, 2013

gR3yGh051 wrote:

renatabls wrote:

gR3yGh051 wrote:

I don't cry. 


I bet the 1st thing you did when you were born was to cry. :smileywink:


Last time I cried, my bird died... I was 9. I am 28 now. 

Again, I don't cry


did you happen to sell your soul? :smileytongue:


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Re: Crying

Mar 27, 2013

i think the last time i cried was about 5 years ago when my coonhound "Smokey" died....buried out by my apple tree..

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Re: Crying

Mar 27, 2013
Only times I really cry are when someone I love or someone thats very close to me passes on, which has unfortunately happened quite a lot...other than that, never cried when a pet died, or on a movie or a game or a song...though, I tend to hold ALL of my emotions in anyway, except happiness, which is the only emotion I try to show the most, but the anger, sadness, and depression I tend to hold all inside, sometimes for far too long...when I hold all of it in for too long, it usually leads to me freaking instead of crying, which isn't healthy and I know, but im trying to work on it :smileyhappy:
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Re: Crying

Mar 27, 2013
I really do cry for bacon.
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Re: Crying

Mar 27, 2013

slicing onions

 

And on a more serious note:

Loss of a close loved one

Some really good movies based on true stories (October Sky, Titanic, etc.)

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Mar 27, 2013

A certain thing in Ace Combat 5 made me cry. It was a couple of years ago.

 

Yesterday I bought a hamburger from Hero Burger and I took one bite of it, then it somehow fell from my hands and onto a puddle. I cried. That was a good burger.

 

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Mar 27, 2013

I've been hearing people say that they cried when they watch Toy Story 3, Titanic, etc but I honestly don't find it to be a sad movie. :smileysurprised:

 

I only cry when a love one passes on.

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Re: Crying

Mar 27, 2013

deadend123 wrote:

I've been hearing people say that they cried when they watch Toy Story 3, Titanic, etc but I honestly don't find it to be a sad movie. :smileysurprised:


Having only seen Titanic of those two, it's doesn't make me hold back tears, but yawns actually. :smileyhappy: 


I only cry when a love one passes on.


I wouldn't know since no loved one has died in my life.

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Mar 27, 2013
Toy Story 3 was sad because if you grew up with the movies it's like saying your final goodbye to a good friend. It also brings back memories of your own toy collection and how attached you might have been to them and how you forsake them in the end. Its only poignant if you personified your toys. Loss of innocence, searching for relevance, journey to redemption, letting go, yeah a lot of emotions involved. That said, I cried like a red-headed stepchild when dad gets home drunk.
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