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    Not many have made me cry but a few have.

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    Yup bawl at everything.
    I stupidly watched My Sister's Keeper once. I started crying about 7 minutes in and it didn't stop until after the movie did!

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    My Sister's Keeper was one that did make me cry!

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    I'm from a long line of people who cry at movies, tv shows, ads etc. Yet can remain clinically detached from actual real life events. Slightly bizarre really.

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    I watched My Girl on tv yesterday and had to stop myself from tearing up when Thomas J dies and his funeral was on

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    I watched My Girl on tv yesterday and had to stop myself from tearing up when Thomas J dies and his funeral was on
    I saw My Girl on tv and cried my eyes out the other day.
    It didn't help when my 4 year old old asked if my 1 year old could die from her allergies like Thomas.

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    Yep, I'm a crier. I'm getting worse the older I get too. I start crying in movies I've seen before before the emotional parts because I know what's coming lol.

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    Yep quite often! Just the other day in a TV show. They killed off a character in a show cos the actor had committed suicide and the service on the show really got to me

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    Yep. It was bad before, but while I was pregnant it reached a whole new level. I bawled watching a show about baby animals - a little runt kitten was going to die, and then it got adopted by a little boy, they were playing together and the little kitten looked so happy...

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    Timely thread. I watched When A Man Loves A Woman last night for the first time in over a decade and I was bawling, chest heaving sobs, sinus pain from crying, tears ********* type stuff. I'm usually a bit of a sook but this was ridiculous.


 

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