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    Eh.

    Unless you want ironic sobbing, you'd be hard-pressed to find a movie that's going to bring me to tears.

    I cried once as a kid after watching King Kong die. Stupid humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    cuz i love intj girls and by god the more introverted they are, the more i love them
    Please elaborate? And by that I mean: Please sing our praises! We're not exactly everyone's cup of tea.

    (On-topic: I would've recommended 10 Things I Hate About You, especially now that Heath Ledger is dead. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    And for the record, I tear up near the end of The Last Mohican, the sequence on the cliff path, but it's not getting me into bed with an ENTP.
    We're not picky....against a cliff is just fine as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Please elaborate? And by that I mean: Please sing our praises! We're not exactly everyone's cup of tea.

    (On-topic: I would've recommended 10 Things I Hate About You, especially now that Heath Ledger is dead. )
    lol...no but you do have a soft inner core. getting to that core is a bitch but i can only imagine what that must be like. i think people give up on your lot too easily....and you think of it as good riddance and dont bother with them...unless they are ENTPs

    10 things appeals to your Fi eh? what else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    lol...no but you do have a soft inner core. getting to that core is a bitch but i can only imagine what that must be like. i think people give up on your lot too easily....
    How do you know, if you haven't tried it? For the record, I'm not in denial about my wildly vulnerable inner core (see my post in this thread for proof), merely curious about your remarkably focused interest.

    and you think of it as good riddance and dont bother with them...unless they are ENTPs

    10 things appeals to your Fi eh? what else!
    I was about to reply, but then I got distracted by the good point you unwittingly just raised: What ENTP worth his salt needs a movie to seduce someone, anyway?

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    The Quick & Dirty Guide to the NT Male & Sex

    INTJ: Still has not figured out a logical reason for the penis. What is the point of all that disgusting copulation?

    ENTJ: Wildly overconfident they know exactly what to do. The woman will finish the job later, alone.

    INTP: Knows what do - seen the pictures, watched the videos, built a working model. Now to talk to a real girl...

    ENTP: Just fucked your sister.

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    This reminds me of when I'd constantly talk about the heat in the freezer. It's nice when you're trusted with it, but there's a responsability with that trust.
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    I tear up at nearly every film, it's the music and the Fi. I might not feel comfortable to indulge myself in it when I'm with a romantic person I don't know too well yet, though.

    Say no to manipulation, though.

    The last time I really cried was when I watched this:

    The woman works in a hospital and had grown closer to the executee while he was stigmatised by the other doctors (including her boyfriend, who eventually waits for her outside of prison), she had been trying to understand him and he wanted to donate an organ to a dying kid so he could meaningfully escape the execution (for this, he needed to die, which she facilitated)...this didn't work because the other doctors wouldn't allow him that kind of mercy and saved his life (irony). This clip shows her taking her connection to the next level by being the only friendly face at the criminal's execution. In the end the boy that was supposed to get the criminal's organ, but then got a "normal" one lives and the woman reconciles with her best friend after a long passive-aggressive war...and with her bf. The part when she talks to the bf...I could have said it myself, I would definitely be the person to get fascinated by the serial killer. This is how I know I'm Fi.

    YouTube - Grey's Anatomy - s5e13 Stairway To Heaven End - William's Execution

    Also, why are tears automatically connected to sadness. In my case they are most often a sign of being emotionally touched, not of being sad per se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    How do you know, if you haven't tried it? For the record, I'm not in denial about my wildly vulnerable inner core (see my post in this thread for proof), merely curious about your remarkably focused interest.
    oh...i know...trust me, i know. im not saying you in particular but the entire INTJ crowd.

    I was about to reply, but then I got distracted by the good point you unwittingly just raised: What ENTP worth his salt needs a movie to seduce someone, anyway?
    lol...i really dont wanna say anything but im new round these parts so..."been there, done that"...happy?

    i dunno...even clubbing has lost its appeal for the most part...now i go, im usually a wingman for my buddies...thats not to say i used to pick up chicks at clubs a lot, but i did use to have a lot of fun till i stopped going

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonsequitur View Post
    I haven't cried at any of the movies listed above.
    This:
    Wit (2001) (TV)
    Makes me cry like a baby, though.

    Others that make me teary include:
    Doctor Zhivago (1965)
    Once (2006)
    Casablanca (1942)
    Lost in Translation (2003)
    Stranger Than Fiction (2006)
    Yeopgijeogin geunyeo (2001)
    Goyangileul butaghae (2001)

    That's all that I can think of at this point. Movies don't usually make me cry, because I seldom am emotionally invested enough in a character after 2ish hours.
    No Fa yeung nin wa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    No Fa yeung nin wa?
    I was 50-50 on that. I was actually going to paste it in. But I don't recall getting teary-eyed. It was touching and moving, and I loved/connected to it on many levels... But no crying. Strange.

    I was startled that you brought that specific movie up. Now I feel completely transparent.

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