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Posted 3/10/17 , edited 3/11/17
Yes, I do. Both the highs and the lows. Love them roller coasters.

Besides, gotta add to my emotionally charged bubble collection.

Passionate bubbles...


Happy bubbles of accomplishment...
Even gloomy bubbles...
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I lost my emotions in highschool.........


You'll get 'em back. Unless you want to STAY in high school till you're forty.
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Of course, a part of proper storytelling is to make the audience feel.
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The 6th book of High School DxD really got me to hate Diodora Astaroth. That was pretty much the only part of Born I liked. Vol. 6 really gripped me. I was genuinely excited to read (and later watch) Issei smash Diodora's face. And a momentary tear of joy when he got Asia back. I feel the same about Nomi in Accel World too. The writers/authors did a REALLY good job getting me to hate Nomi and Diodora.

Then there was when Accelerator is just getting a friggin band-aid for Last Order, that always gets me choked up.

Hyperdimension Neptunia nearly had me shed a tear or two when Peashy went back to the ultradimension.

Yosuga no Sora was a roller-coaster ride for me.

And there have been several parts in Fruits of Grisaia that had me really feeling for the characters.

I find it hard to get invested in a book than something on the screen. So I give authors quite a bit of credit for getting me going on the feels train, or even have a strong grip on my. Credit to a variety of Star Warsian authors Fujino Omori and Ichei Ishibumi and the translators for Dungeon and DxD.
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No, because I'm a sociopath.
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Yes. All the time. I don't think I could enjoy anime if it didn't make me feel emotions. That'd be weird.
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TEARS EVERYWHERE. EMOTIONS FLOODING. SEND HELP.
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18 / M / Ypsilanti, Michigan
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Thats why I love anime so much! No other medium i've found has been so emotional as anime.
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Yeah, sometimes anyways.
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Most definitely. I even cry during sports anime lol; sometimes the teamwork just feels so special!
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Sometimes, yes. Heck, I STILL tear up every time I hear "Dango Daikazoku" from Clannad.
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Posted 3/11/17
sometimes
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19 / F / Everywhere
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I get all the feels
Posted 3/11/17
I've most definitely cried and laughed while watching anime.
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Posted 3/11/17 , edited 3/11/17
Nope, I'm a completely heartless soul and never attach to any characters in a sort of meaningful way. I have no empathy and--

Okay, sarcasm aside, duh, of course I do.

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