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Old 01-01-2002, 10:06 PM   #16
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LMAO I used to cry during "boy Meets World"

Hehe, there was a marathon on the Disney channel today of BMW...and I cry too...that show broke a lot of ground...*sniff*

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Hehe, there was a marathon on the Disney channel today of BMW...and I cry too...that show broke a lot of ground...*sniff*

!!!!!!! I MISSED A MARATHON?! FECK!!



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I nearly cried during a pivotal part in "Monsters Inc." today. The relationship between Sully(the main monster) and Boo(the little girl) was just so touching...

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Hehe, there was a marathon on the Disney channel today of BMW...and I cry too...that show broke a lot of ground...*sniff*

It's still on...I've been watching it all day because there's been nothing else on...blarg.


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This is really dumb....but there was this cat food (9 Lives) commercial a few years back where Morris gets lost/runs away....and the little girl makes posters ("Lost Cat" complete w/ilustration in crayon)....and you see her looking forlornly out the window as it start to rain..and a row of trees on her street all decked with her handmade posters with the crayon running in the rain....

Of course Morris comes back at the end...but I still got teary-eyed! Isn't that too silly? A cat food commercial for Pete's sake!

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An Der Schönen Blauen Donau (The Blue Danube) at the end of the New Year's concert from Vienna. Every bloody year! Must be the Austrian blood.
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Hmmm...well, tv shows sometimes make me cry, but what makes me cry the most is when I see pictures of how the world is today...that makes me really sad.

real life stuff does make me cry a lot. i spend a lot of time in the car, luckily I have NPR, and the saddest news stories will give me tears. the ones about homeless people are the worst. that and the casual murders are reported by most journalists.

you know what else made me cry, really bad? Magnolia. Man, that movie...i know it is not real, but it was evocative. I was weeping my poor eyes out. My husband started crying a little, too. Mostly because I was, but you know.

also- every-singe-frickin-time i hear "so cruel." yep. every time. i can't help it now. it's a conditioned response.
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Just thought of more things that make me cry...the movie "Playing By Heart" (btw, if you haven't seen this movie...see it, it was the most underrated film of the year a couple of years ago, it just disappeared off the face of the earth)

And the song "Running to Stand Still" never fails to bring the tears...

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Just thought of more things that make me cry...the movie "Playing By Heart" (btw, if you haven't seen this movie...see it, it was the most underrated film of the year a couple of years ago, it just disappeared off the face of the earth)

I loved this movie. Barely noone has seen it!!!

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I do that too... ehh... since it's still running here. It might have been the last episode just a few weeks ago though. How does it end? It was the episode where they sold the house and all looked back. So I just assumed it was the last one. I love that serie and watch it every time it's shown.

That is the last one!!

Oh, now I cry..... *sob*



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I cried when u saw The Snowman and E.T. for the 1st time- but i was 5, i could be excused

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Lately, anything. I'm stressed. Very very stressed and hormonally imbalanced.
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