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What anime's have made you cry Manly Tears?
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there's already a thread about this, somewhere...

also, there's no such thing as "manly tears". you either cry or you don't, and there's nothing wrong with crying if you're a man.
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Fist of the North Star, where the term ''manly tears'' (like countless other tropes) surely originated from.


JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, The ''emotional'' episode. Don't open unless you've seen all 26 episodes of the first season or don't care.



Those two were manly tears for me.
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JoJos.... The manly tears are glistening in remembrance!
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aidenraine wrote:

there's already a thread about this, somewhere...

also, there's no such thing as "manly tears". you either cry or you don't, and there's nothing wrong with crying if you're a man.


I don't think you understand manly tears.

Manly tears are tears shed of absolute emotion. Tears that represent suffering, anger, love, passion, and regret.

It's not about the quantity, it's about the shear weight of them.

Their is no point in crying over spilled milk, so to crying or not isn't an option. Don't you be crying.

Now if that was the last cup of milk, and the orphans are all staring in shock as the last vestiges of their hope slowly pools around the desert floor? Manly tears! To not be moved by such a situation is the most unmanly thing a manly man could do in such a situation!

also, the way you worded that is silly. Are you suggesting something is wrong with crying if you're a woman?
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angel beats
school days
future diary
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bartdaymer wrote:

angel beats
school days
future diary


I really like your profile picture ;o
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Allison to Lillia.

Season finale, and one particular scene in series finale which mirrored a scene from season one.

No, not crying, dem aviator goggles were just on too tight.....
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I cried at the end of Digimon. When they're on the tram, and someone points out of the window. Mimi turns... and sees Palmon running alongside the train, waving. She trips - Mimi gasps - and Butterfly starts playing. *sob*

A lot of the time, children crying really gets me crying too. It's anyone's guess how I'll make it through the Punk Hazard arc in One Piece.
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Felstalker wrote:


aidenraine wrote:

there's already a thread about this, somewhere...

also, there's no such thing as "manly tears". you either cry or you don't, and there's nothing wrong with crying if you're a man.


I don't think you understand manly tears.

Manly tears are tears shed of absolute emotion. Tears that represent suffering, anger, love, passion, and regret.

It's not about the quantity, it's about the shear weight of them.

Their is no point in crying over spilled milk, so to crying or not isn't an option. Don't you be crying.

Now if that was the last cup of milk, and the orphans are all staring in shock as the last vestiges of their hope slowly pools around the desert floor? Manly tears! To not be moved by such a situation is the most unmanly thing a manly man could do in such a situation!

also, the way you worded that is silly. Are you suggesting something is wrong with crying if you're a woman?


Nobody called into question whether women could cry. The simple fact of the matter, though, is that there is an inquisition amongst men to be manly. Don't act manly enough? You get called a pussy and are treated with derision and scorn, as though you've failed them in some way or another. That's why crying shouldn't be seen as "manly" or otherwise - it's just crying, an entirely natural human expression of emotion.

And, if you'll hear my humble opinion, I find that crying feels damn good. It's a massive stress reliever, and it's really cathartic.
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Cowboy Bebop Jupiter Jazz Episodes brought tears to my eyes when I first saw it
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The most recent one was Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic episode 17, god I was about blow up.
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Code Geass... it was all down to Lelouch for making shed the first and last
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Manly tears.... definitely Cowboy Bebop, I've cried while watching other anime, but those weren't manly tears at all in the least sense.
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Hands down. Anohana, Clannad, Angel beats, True Tears
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Does any tears count? I don't think I can have manly tears.
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