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    I was driving down a busy road and a truck that transports the live sheep drew up beside me at the lights. I swear a sheep turned, looked directly at me as said 'please help'. I had to pull over and have a quiet weep on the side of the road

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    You cry because you've eaten all of the sandwich.

    Even though there were enough ingredients to make another one! It was just so darn good....

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    I cried because I saw a photo of a horse at sunset......
    Then I cried because dh asked me why I was using a particular container to put food in....
    Last pregnancy I cried because there were ants on the bricks outside and weeds in the garden

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    I cried because my DH and I were talking about hobbies and how I should have one. I started bawling hysterically saying "I DO have hobbbiieeees!!!"

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    I cried on Sunday because there were dishes to be done... Well you get that with 6 people in the house

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    I cried last night when dh suggested having tacos for dinner when I just wanted baked beans on toast.

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    I cried because the dog was barking at me.

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    You cry in a horror film

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    I burst into tears when my husband had one of the grapes I just washed before he washed his hands! Whilst stomping my foot on the spot, that is! Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    When the thought of unloading the groceries by yourself brings you to tears....so you just get the cold stuff out and hope DH will be understanding and unload it for you when he gets home for lunch.... Which he does, you then cry again because you are so thankful that he did....
    This was with pregnancy #1, there have been many many many more times of crazy crying since
    I've been known to not even unpack the cold groceries - just put the whole blue cool bag in the fridge with the food still in there...

    I cry at everything. I just caught myself crying at bondi rescue!!

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