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    Pfft. No...

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    no...i can cry easily sometimes...but not often...if that makes any sense.
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    Yes, I have to admit I cry probably a lot more than the average person. But it's usually just eyes water/little sniffles. I usually only do the bawling type of crying if I'm around someone I really trust and it's a more serious situation. For the little tears though, sad movies, sad books, sweet birthday/holiday cards, talking about my students, all that will get me. I also find that if I get hurt (e.g., fall off a bike, accidentally bump my head really hard, etc.), I feel like crying for a few seconds afterwards. If it's a thinking type who saw me hurt myself and they just do a "you ok" and move on, I don't cry. But if it's a feeling type and they run over and do the "oh, honey, are you all right, that looked terrrrrrible," it's over. I will cry and cry.

    On the one hand it feels kind of good sometimes to have a good cry and get all those emotions out. On the other hand, it does bother me how some view it as a sign of weakness, and I'm pretty sure my fiance thinks I'm crazy.

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    No, and when I do it is normally movie related and pretty subtle. Like I cried at the end of Donnie Darko because they destroyed existence of everything beautiful that happened during the movie. Going back and having none of the bad stuff happen made nothing right. And all the evil was still there, just not out in the open.

    I cried at the end of Solaris and lost in Translation also. It is normally the destruction of potential or realisations of the impossible, that gets me the most.

    When I say cried, I mean eyes a little watery, not balling. Only other times would be break ups and deaths, which probably bring out pretty strong emotions for most types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Do you guys cry a lot?
    Well, not a lot. I watched "Wall-E" the day before yesterday and cried...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I do. Not sure if I should be answering for the NFs though.
    I have seen a man cry.
    Only in the movies though.
    Never in the real life.

    T men do not cry.
    F women do.

    F men pretend they do not cry.
    T women pretend they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    I have seen a man cry.
    Only in the movies though.
    Never in the real life.

    T men do not cry.
    F women do.

    F men pretend they do not cry.
    T women pretend they do.
    Might agree with the T men comment. I can relate to that.
    Although I can count on one hand the number of men I have seen cry.
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    i haven't cried since ive gotten hurt when at a young age, so no, i dont cry a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    i haven't cried since ive gotten hurt when at a young age, so no, i dont cry a lot
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