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Posted 8/20/16
I'm sure many people have and I'm sure many people have cried many times but I mean there are some people that don't cry easily or just haven't seen anything sad enough to cry which is understandable. I'm just curious really!

The one time I ever cried was back in the original Dragon Ball series when Goku was reunited with his Grandfath Gohan. Only time. Tell me when you cried!
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Posted 8/20/16 , edited 10/15/16
Anohana, last two episodes hit the feels too hard.
Posted 8/20/16 , edited 8/20/16
One Piece

And I cried during Luffy's background story, especially the part where he cut down the tree and said "sorry watch out" to this old man because it was going to hit him. I don't know why it made me cry but it was cute. I guess it made me cry happy tears because he was nice about it.
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Posted 8/20/16 , edited 9/14/16
Clannad and Clannad After Story were the ones that made me cry the most, way too many episodes x)
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Posted 8/20/16
There are several shows I cried, but the one that got the most tears out of me was the final episode of Tokyo Magnitude 8.0. That is just tragic what Japan has become after what the quake did.
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Posted 8/21/16
-_- thats the feeling im looking for!! all i get to is a weird feeling in my stomach during a sad moment and like a long face....i want to feel the sadness not just watch it
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Posted 8/21/16
I don't think I cried but Charlotte episode 7 was very close
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Posted 8/21/16
Last few episodes of Wolf's Rain did it for me. I should note in this case the last few episodes actually refer to the OVAs, but being that they're such an integral part of the series themselves, I just call 'em episodes
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Posted 8/21/16 , edited 9/18/16
Elfen Lied several times. The last ep. of Cowboy Bebop.
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Posted 8/21/16
Angel Beats, train episode/flash back. If you didn't you have no heart
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Posted 8/21/16
yh, i cant remember all the anime i cried to...... but i remember crying to Bleach, the dead chef episode, my throat was burningg sooooo muucch
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Posted 8/21/16
the only anime that makes me cry is hikaru no go
when sai disappear
i watch it 3 times, and 3 times i cried at that moment
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Posted 8/22/16 , edited 8/22/16
There were several animes that made me cry:

The most recent one was Kimi no Na wa, the latest Makoto Shinkai's movie. It was just so beautiful & touching I was at loss for words..

I think I also cried watching all episodes of Orange except ep 8 (though I've read the manga & cried reading it too..).

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: I bawled like a baby the entire last episode


Anohana: last 2 eps.

Byousoku 5 Centimeters (another Makoto Shinkai's): all 3 eps.

Charlotte: I think it was ep 7 when


Hotarubi no Mori e: That movie was so heart wrenching I couldn't stop crying.
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Posted 8/23/16
Ass Class broke my heart. Cowboy Bebop and Now and Then, Here and There. Also Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
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Posted 8/23/16 , edited 10/31/16
Your lie in April, Toradora and Plastic Memories.
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