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Old 03-21-2013, 01:15 PM
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My favourite "why is country music so bloody depressing?? *sob sob*" song:

As if it weren't bad enough to begin with, he has to drop in a line about taking his dog hunting one more time...

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Old 03-21-2013, 01:23 PM
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If we're sharing songs that make us cry;

This one.

Every time.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:06 AM
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I cry far too often. When I'm really tired, when I'm really mad, when I was really hoping that something would happen and it didn't, basically, all the time over nothing at all.

That said, I'd say I only really cry like once a week... but a lot of little moments where I WANT to cry between those.

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Old 03-23-2013, 03:09 AM
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A lot less now that I'm out of a relationship. . . I think that's a good thing? I felt like I was in tears all the time between frustration and misery over my job and issues with the BF. Love him dearly, but we had issues in spades.

Lately? Um, when I have low blood sugar and am tired. Then I will cry. Sawyer throws balls at me until I stop, though.
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:43 AM
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Usually only when really really frustrated and angry. Even then I bottle it up for months and wait until I end up crying over seemingly innocuous things. I have had a lot of stress at work and home lately and earlier this week I had to scrap my first car, and I balled my eyes out. The poor, poor confused and concerned tow truck driver.

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Old 03-24-2013, 04:02 PM
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At the drop of a freaking hat. When people are nice to me, or when I'm angry, or over a book.
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Old 03-24-2013, 04:16 PM
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I cry so easily. Like really easily.

Constructive Criticism? Probably will tear up.
Frustration? Yep.
Stress? uh-huh.
TV/Movies? You bet.
Books? Totally.
Happiness? Not often, but sometimes.
Anger? Yes.
Death of anyone, movie/real life/book/online? Will definitely cry.

I hate that I cry when I get mad / during fights. No one will take me seriously, because I get frustrated / angry and BAM waterworks.

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Old 03-26-2013, 11:05 AM
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I used to be more of a crier. I'm pretty stoic these days. Haven't cried in months.
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:08 PM
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I'm surprised by the answers in this thread! Like, really surprised.

When I say I only cry every few months, I mean tear up. Like maybe a tear or two. And that usually involves someone SCREAMING at me or being badly physically threatened or a really bad fight/argument with someone.

I've never cried over anyone's death, people or animals, except maybe one or two tears the first time I lost a friend to cancer in high school.

I've never cried over a book/movie/etc. except feeling kind of choked up at the end of Cowboy and Wills. I'm the only one of the large group I saw Marley and Me with that didn't cry...didn't cry during Up!...etc.

I'll shed a few tears during a fight/confrontation with someone but usually only if they're really important to me and I feel guilty about something, or if they cry first.

I can possibly count the times I've sobbed uncontrollably in my life on both hands.
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Old 03-26-2013, 02:02 PM
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I don't all out bawl very often but it's very easy to make me tear up and drip a few. songs, movies/tv shows, etc. happy or sad lol.

I remember one time I was watching The Young and The Restless and there was this one character named Cassie. She was the young teen daughter of a prominent couple and she started on the show when she was only about 4 years old and it was the same actress throughout the whole show... well she died on the show and I LOST it. Brian was home for lunch and he was hesitant to go back to work because I was seriously BAWLING my eyes out. I really felt bereft lol. LIke I had watched this little girl grow up all those years, like I knew her. lol yeah

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