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Posted 5/25/16
Never cried at a movie, but teared up a little at the end of Les Miserables.

No shame in crying a few times a year. Someone who does it every day might have a problem though
Posted 5/25/16

qwueri wrote:

I might get a little misty eyed at a theater, but movies usually aren't worth crying in front of other people over.


> misty huh?
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ck1west wrote:


qwueri wrote:

I might get a little misty eyed at a theater, but movies usually aren't worth crying in front of other people over.


> misty huh?


A spec of dust got in my eye, that's all /sniffle
Posted 5/25/16
I can respond by saying I do not mind if a guy shows his emotions really hands hubby tissue I think men don't want admit it?
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Typically from a young age men are expected to not show weakness. Personally I just try to avoid making other people uncomfortable.
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I've cried at movies before but not really at the theater. I don't watch many movies anymore anyway and less, I don't watch sad movies.
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Cry, no...tear up yes. It usually comes with a bit of anger. The usual thing that gets me? "They killed the friggin' dog!!!!!!!". I hate that with a passion and it'll usually kill the careers of any involved to me (writers, producers, directors and actors).
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Fantasia always makes me tear up. Apart from the ending "Ave Maria" scene, I have no idea why.
Posted 5/25/16
Now I am thinking about toys hmm girls and barbie? boys and Gi joe? I guess this all comes back to how i was raised
I was more of a tom-boy preferred outdoor things like building a fort come to think of my parents never pushed me, I can remember my dad
he said> nobody leaves the table till your plate is clean then he brought up starving kids? I get it now..just things going on in my brain and thinking how others perhaps are raised? oops I'm off topic!
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The end of Furious 7 when they did the send off for Paul, that made me and half the theater cry.
Posted 5/25/16
I don't cry in movies. Sorry for being heartless.
Although I become emotional watching plastic memories.
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yep, the end of 300
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Don't think I've cried at a movie yet, but I wouldn't be ashamed to.
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Hmm, I don't think movies have ever made me emotional. I appreciate bitter-sweet endings and such, but I just think it's good writing rather than actually sad.

Some historical accounts have made feel that tiny sting in the eyes, though, such as the 1925 serum run to Nome. Just imagining that it actually happened, that people were very stressed and risked their lives to be heroes, and that some dogs died of frostbite. That makes me a little emotional.
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I just don't cry.. from movies or most anything else. It's quite literally been years since something caused me to shed tears. I'll admit I cried a lot (by my standards anyway) when my first dog died years ago, but I honestly can't think of any movies that have elicited that kind of emotional reaction. I may feel a little misty-eyed if it's a real tear-jerker of a film, but actually cry? No.
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