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That bit in the Railway Children when Jenny Agutter says "Daddy! My Daddy!". Gets me every time. I am 48 years old.

(, Thu 7 Aug 2014, 14:51)
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Being interfered with
As a student of mine
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 22:45, Reply)
Two Little Boys

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 20:48, 1 reply)
Charlie Brooker's tribute to "Small Films" producer Oliver Postgate.
Every time I watch it. EVERY time. www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAftt3UnzoI
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 20:28, 2 replies)

Specifically, at 4:41.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 19:46, 3 replies)
I posted a picture on /board and it didn't get any replies WAAAAHHHHHH

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 19:04, Reply)
When I watched a video of a bag blowing about in the wind.

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 17:48, 4 replies)
I saw a picture of a lady in her bra and I dun a cry out of my winky

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 15:27, 2 replies)
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those ... moments will be lost in time, like tears...in rain.

Time to cry
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 15:21, 11 replies)
that bit in that film

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 15:16, 6 replies)
48 years old?! fuckin' hell, yur ancient, mate

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:56, Reply)
When I went to New York
and realised what a terrible dreary over hyped shit hole it actually is and the money I was wasting having to stay there.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:47, 2 replies)

Broke up with my "Queen of The Harpies" gf - "Painya" (you know that 1 truly fucked up relationship you have to have to understand that it was a truly fucked relationship) and the small group of (male) friends who chose her over me including my ex-business partner Dick (couple even fucked her - mmmm... slops, but already knowing what a fucked up bitch she could be my only question is "Why?").
A jizz-monkey - "Dumpster" moved in with me (gotta pay the rent... or not as was the case) who then did a runner aided by Dick.
My besty Ron-as-in-Later (that was his nom de plume) then took it upon himself to nick Dick's massive pot plant as revenge for seeing his mate so royally fucked over. He then slowly sold me large bags of that stuff over several months for a very small financial outlay (I'm talking silver coins - asked no questions, he told me no lies). Ron only told me that a few years ago. He died last Dec. I miss you mate.
So - Dick I enjoyed smoking all your pot you wanker. Cheers fuck-knuckle. I hope to god you still have the misfortune of being Painya's friend/wanna-be fuck buddy (she never liked the fatties btw).
Names changed cause I put a shit-load of sugar in Dumpster's bike tank & happily watched the business I'd built up (without a lot of Dick's help) crumble to not-very much AFTER he'd bought me out.

WOW! That was so puerile. Nice & cathartic.

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:47, 21 replies)
Oh and...
Grave of the Fireflies.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:28, 3 replies)
Cried like a baby
when I was asked to wear smart trousers to a christening.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:28, 4 replies)
When the football team I support won/lost a game.

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:22, 7 replies)
Ridley Scott's
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:22, 5 replies)
I held a flower so delicate, so beautiful, I cried tears of joy in wonder at the grace of the universe around us.

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:21, 4 replies)
Standing on Lego
when going for a piss in the middle of the night?
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:18, 2 replies)
Getting kicked in the bollocks
Next question.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:15, Reply)
There was this time my dad told me I had to wear smart trousers to a family 'do'.

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:12, 3 replies)
The end sequence from French TV in the 1970s
YouTube linky

I know, I know. I'm a sentimental old sap.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 14:02, 2 replies)
When the train hit the Delorean at the end of Back to the Future III

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 13:55, Reply)
Went to see "The Babadook" this week.
For those of you who haven't seen it, it's an Aussie horror film about a malevolent and incoherent spirit that invades people's homes, causing them to have violent and antisocial thoughts, and once it's entered your home, you can't get rid of it.

Basically, it's the Sob Carehome Movie.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 13:39, Reply)
Mr Horrible

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 13:31, Reply)
Aerosmith – I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
This was always a cheesy rock ballad from a shit 90's film for me. Until, soon after the birth of my daughter, I heard on the radio whist driving late one night that it was originally written about a parent watching their child sleep - and suddenly all of the lyrics made sense.

I had to pull over and stop the car. Can't listen to it now without welling up.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 13:08, 13 replies)
When I heard this for the first time, and was reading the comments, and saw the one about the woman who played it at her dad's funeral

lol gay/shit
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 12:30, Reply)
The starting music and sepia tinted photos set me off. Just the innocence and simplicity of it.

I heard an interview with Oliver Postgate a few years ago and he said that he had no idea about how deeply it moved people until he met a young woman at some exhibition he was talking at. She told him that she had had a horrible abused childhood but her quiet place in her head was with Bagpuss and the others and she hugged him and wouldn't let go. He was, of course, rather embarrassed by the whole thing.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 12:24, 4 replies)
I howled like a baby...
...when I got the sack after my disciplinary hearing for being silly on the internet in my own time.
(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 12:20, 1 reply)
the beauty of death

(, Fri 8 Aug 2014, 12:09, Reply)

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