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I wept for my cat last week despite trying to be all hard and manly. What's made you cry recently?

(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:07)
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unfunny QOTW makes me cry :(
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:34, Reply)
Luton Town finally getting promoted to the championship.
I sobbed like a pre-menstrual woman
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:34, Reply)
I lost 33 of my staff in one week there. Then I got emailed footage of three of them being executed. So I got outstandingly drunk and wept like a banshee. I am not in the army.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:33, Reply)
See QOTW, Useless Information
Pushing a SMINT down my Jap's Eye.

As I said - don't.

(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:29, Reply)
Boo Hoo!
I only ever cry on my own - If there is anyone around i have to choke-back the tears

When I split with my girlfriend and I realised I wouldn't see her children again

I cry with happiness when we win an event at the olympics

I don't cry because of physical pain. i.e busting my ankle, breaking my fingers, being hit in the face. I just get angry!
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:28, Reply)
When I read the last page
of "The Time Traveler's Wife" last week. I can be such a fucking girl sometimes.
Great book though.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:11, Reply)
The death of close family members
The death of pet dog
Last time i saw 'It's a wonderfull life'
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:07, Reply)
I cried last night
In front of my pal. We'd been talking about his recently deceased Grandpa and then the topic moved onto my Aunt who's dying of cancer.


What a wonderful QOTW.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:07, Reply)
Untidy Weazal
Sitting on my bed having to write a "you inconsiderate git" letter to Weazal (my brother/flatmate)having finally snapped at his lack of consideration and tidyness as a flatmate
(It worked he has been good as gold since!)
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:06, Reply)
The GF!
the Gf was the last person to do this.

i "accidentally" called her a whore after she informed me of something she did a couple of years ago, so naturally she stormed out, went to her mates, double dropped and got fucking wasted, the only reason i got to speak to her was cos her mate phoned me saying she was a bit worried cos she was on her 6th pill and was looking a bit worse for wear.

ah well, its okay now and i can always use it in an argument.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:03, Reply)
The Green Mile
and Remembrance Sunday choke me up. also, the bit in Bambi when his mother gets shot.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:02, Reply)
Last month
over the realisation I'm never going to get the one girl I truely loved back.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:02, Reply)
Last night...
...*Obviously* I'm normally rock hard and never cry at anything, even when god kills a kitten, but last night, after more than several whiskies, explaining to my mate (who was honestly trying to help the situation) how I felt an utter failure for dropping out of Law School a second time, and how I so badly wanted to succeed at it, because I wanted my dad, who I watched die when OI was 7 years old, to be proud of me.

Bugger. Crying in public. How very un-British!
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 12:00, Reply)
My mother had
a stroke just before Christmas. She's so small they had to use the paediatric cuff to take her blood pressure. They last time I was unable to talk due emotion was when I was twelve.

On a lighter note, Rolf Harris singing 'Two Little Boys' always brings a lump to my throat; childhood nostalgia.

/Rainbow fan
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:59, Reply)
some bloody bollocky selfish twofaced chicken bastard pigdogman

what else??
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:57, Reply)
An Onion

(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:56, Reply)
It all started with potatoes...
It's not easy to explain in words, so look at the piccy here
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:55, Reply)
:'( ...just now
in your face second pagers!

i cried today at a joke:
whats the difference between a miscarriage and a train carriage.

you cant eat a train carriage.

i dont know if it was out of laughter or sadness.

that is to say, tears came from my eyes. i think actual crying requires more though. cant place my finger on what.

tears come out of my eyes at large amounts a lot. rarely due to emotion. if theres too much wind in my eye or my eyes feel like being arsetards for example.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:50, Reply)
LAst time I cried was last weekend, when I almost killed poor child who got in the way of my kite flying antics...we did warn him and his father SEVERAL times that standing anywhere near me could end in disaster, being that it was only my first time flying a kite...and not just any old pathetic kite, but a 6 foot stunt kite.

Kite went up in the air...kite went whooshing to the left and straight down at a rapid rate of knotts, closely ending embedded in childs skulls, it just got his arm.

Ensues muchos nervous laughter, then just full on hysterics...
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:48, Reply)
For money
I was desperate and the bank wouldn't give me any more.

I cried. And cried. In front of a huge queue of people. Total hysteria meant nice cheque was in my account the next day :-)

God I love being female.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:42, Reply)
giving bad news
Us props arn't meant to cry, but I was really touched when I was at my pub gig ( I do hand reading and palmistry in my local for tenner a time)
Had a woman come up in floods of tears as she was having toruble getting over the disapearence of her dog, I did the reading and found he was dead a long time, and I had to tell her. Got caught up in the moment and joined in with her grief.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:40, Reply)
Last time I cried
was at the funeral of a friend of mine after she killed herself. Her 13 year old son was completely emotionless until her coffin started moving behind those curtain things, at which point he tried to run after it and then collapsed onto the floor, literally howling and gasping for breath.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:39, Reply)
OK - I'm going to be quite serious about this...
so if you're after a larf, move on!

A friend's two year old boy was last year discovered to have a very large and very agressive tumour in his abdomen. We have hung on the weekly phone calls as he's gone through chemo, radio, bone marrow implants etc.

Two weeks ago, he was practically given up as lost. High temp, unexplained swellings, almost in a coma.

This week he came home from hospital - a turn around of epic proportions! Every time I think about it, the eyes start to sting, but I still can't imagine how his parents feel.

His father is a former member of the Australian Wallabies World Cup Rugby team that lost to the boot of Johnny Wilkinson. He is a man's man, but I'll bet you he's shed a tear or three.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:38, Reply)
I drank too much Gin.
I think you can add your own ending.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:37, Reply)
I cried cos I came first....
but not on the board....

Urgh... phew, make that twice...
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:35, Reply)
I know that it sounds quite pathetic...
... but I shed a tear a few days ago on a support rally for the MG Rover workers. Poor sods - this country really is going down the pan.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:34, Reply)
ha ha third the one with the hairy chest
i never cry. i am an emotional vacuum
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:33, Reply)
not picking my QOTW
Edit: And not coming first.
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:29, Reply)
not coming
(, Thu 14 Apr 2005, 11:29, Reply)

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