Do you think I'm weird being the only one? Am I the only one?

@Theresaaiza (10466)
Australia
March 7, 2009 5:19am CST
I asked this particular question to someone but I only solicited a big LAUGH! Great help! You see, everytime I evacuate, eliminate, whatever you call it, tears start rolling down my eyes. I'm not always constipated, nor is there a TV which airs soap operas, or a sentimental music in the bathroom. But I just "CRY"?! My entire laugh I believed that everybody does, but when my friend LAUGHED...I realized I might be the only one. AM I?
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@kissieme (777)
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
wahahahaha... (pointing all my fingers at Theresa while holding my tummy) joke... hahaha... well, I've never have the same problem but I can understand... your tear glands and nasal cavity maybe reacting to the some of the gases you breathe in while taking a poo. lol or maybe it's the feeling of relief that your whole body reacts and tears come out of your eyes... =P I'm just speaking gibberish I think but those are only my theories hahahaha hugs when you are not taking poo... ^_^
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
7 Mar 09
*throwing my poo at kissieme......JOKE! LOL No, it ain't the smell. I'm used to that. There's that weird, tickling, electrifying feeling as it passes the rectal sphincter (if you know where that is), then out. After that tears roll down my eyes. (*music playing......"MAALAALA MOooooo KAYAAAAAAAA!") LOL
@kissieme (777)
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
EEEEK!!!! (DUCKING!!!) Yeah i know where that is, crap my biology classes in college I still remember those things hahaha... well, the prof is cute so I think that's amde me remember all those geeky terms lol yeah, seriously theresa, this is very unsual. opal is right maybe you should consult a doctor for this... It might be something else... ok?
@kissieme (777)
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
ooopss. corrections: that made me***
@bombshell (11266)
• Germany
8 Mar 09
i gues its normal to a sensitive personi am the same
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
OMG! I finally found a similar case! And of all people! I think we must be really destined to meet, huh? What could it be between us that made us the same? Could it be something that we eat or somewhere that we come from? So, do tears fall from your eyes while eliminating too? And I'm not talking about a painful elimination alone here. Even on normal "dumps", do tears fall from your eyes too?
@bombshell (11266)
• Germany
8 Mar 09
yeah we should meet someday somewhere in tagbilaran.i miss the bacolod barbecue and Payagthen we cam laugh to the bone and cry with tears of joy
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
It's okay to cry. Just not the cry and "ebs" at the same time. Bacolod Barbecue has closed, I think. :-( They weren't half as good as Payag. Now that Payag has no obvious competitor, their service has gone lousy and the chicken they served are no longer that juicy. The prices have gone up too but the amount of rice decreased. Now that's Payag at its best. Hmp!
@Opal26 (17691)
• United States
7 Mar 09
Hey Theresaaiza~ Are you trying to say that when you go to the bathroom you cry every time you poop? I have never heard of anyone else crying before. I don't think that it's funny, but if you have the chance to go to a doctor I would definitely mention it. It is not normal. I don't know why you cry every time you have to go if it doesn't hurt.
@kissieme (777)
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
you're right opal... it might be good for her to consult a doctor since this is unsual and this is my first time to encounter such issue...
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
7 Mar 09
OPal, don't scare me. I hope there isn't a misled nerve that abnormally connects my a** to my tear ducts. And I hope you aren't imagining me sobbing or wailing so loud like I was really CRYING. There's just that shivery, electric-like feeling that runs through my body and after that, my eyes just suddenly get teary.
@Opal26 (17691)
• United States
7 Mar 09
I didn't mean to scare you, but as you can see we are only answering your question and none of us have had this happen to us. So we are only telling you what you asked. Both me and kiss think you should mention it to your doctor, that's all. Nothing to be alarmed about! It's just kind of unusual.
@1hopefulman (27591)
• Canada
8 Mar 09
I'm almost 60 years old and it's the first time I hear that. I'm not laughing.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH for not laughing!
@1hopefulman (27591)
• Canada
8 Mar 09
Nothing to laugh about. I had a friend who sweated through her feet and when she was visiting there was a little puddle where she sat. What can I tell you? Our bodies do strange things at times.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
9 Mar 09
That was really strange too. But don't worry about me, I am a bit cool about this weird thing that I have. Orlando Bloom can't pee if somebody's talking to him so I guess we really just have oddities uniquely ours.
@ANTIQUELADY (36489)
• United States
7 Mar 09
i have not ever heard anyone say they cry but so what if u do. it's nothing to be ashamed of as far as i am concerned. we all have our own oddities. don't let it concern you.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
I agree. I wonder what your oddity may be too?
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@ANTIQUELADY (36489)
• United States
8 Mar 09
i have so many i wouldn't know where to start. lol
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
bones of the hand - look at the finger bones
I can also fold my distal phalanx of the pointer finger at a perfect 90 degree angle. I don't know if I'm the only and there's probably no reason for me to brag at all. LOL
@sid556 (31006)
• United States
8 Mar 09
sorry. It's not funny at all.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
Hi Sid, yep, thanks for not laughing! Thank you! I'm so much feeling better now that you're not laughing even your myLot code isn't laughing. Definitely NOT laughing! ()
@sid556 (31006)
• United States
8 Mar 09
@srganesh (6350)
• India
14 Mar 09
You are not alone!There are ore people who can't hold their emotions and there is nothing wrong in it.I have my wife who shed tears whenever she gets angry.It was due to the environment she was grown with.Not finding the way to express her anger.So,it can be understood,there are people who express their emotions whatever it may be through tears.Cheers!
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
16 Mar 09
Hi srganesh, I don't really cry because of deep emotions. It's like a reflex that when I poo, my eyes just get suddenly teary.
@jd107nette (1456)
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
hey.. I did not laugh.. I---- just------ smiled.. o.O you really do? hmm.... don't worry being different makes people cute and unique.. ^_^
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
14 Mar 09
I don't think I'll be flattered the next time somebody tells me I am cute and unique. LOL
@liaamur (420)
• Philippines
8 Mar 09
heheh. i understand why your friend laughed. *trying DESPERATELY not to laugh* i don't know of any person who cries when they take the throne, but i definitely think there is a plausible explanation to that. and i don't think you're alone. somewhere, someone does that, too, just not as cool about it as you are. *failing at not laughing* hahahah
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
9 Mar 09
hi, LOL, good thing I've come out to the open. That should inspire fellow aliens to follow my footsteps and reveal themselves. LOL
• United States
8 Mar 09
At 37 I have to say that is a new one on me. Never heard of it before. Sorry, you could indeed br the only one. You may want to get that checked out like some others suggested, it sounds like something is being stimulated that aint posed to be.. if you pardon my southern vernacular.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
Hi shewolf. No prob about the vernacular! But I shed a tear like yours except that mine's not blue everytime I poo. I don't think it signals something severe. I've had it all my life. I guess I'm really just unique.
@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
8 Mar 09
In my 29 years of taking a dump, i've never heard of anything like that. Let's see hmm.. Maybe your threshold of pain is too low that a finger-sized poop is too painful for you to endure. So normally, it will signal your pituitary gland that your tear glands should generate tears lol! Have you heard of Lachrymology?
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
It's not pain. I don't think pain triggers it. There's really that shivery electrical sensation that starts from where the "dump" goes out, crawling up to my sinuses (not the odor, the sensation), and then it culminates in my tear glands then it produces tears.
@savypat (20247)
• United States
7 Mar 09
Hey you need more fiber in your diet, and you are not alone, many people have pain on the occasion. Not only does it hurt, the body isn't meant to hurt, things are not working correctly. Look into it, not the pot, the internet.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
Yes, I think I do need more fiber in my diet but constipated or not, I still get teary-eyed the moment I have released it. So I just know it has nothing to do with constipation.
@irishidid (8539)
• United States
7 Mar 09
Look on the bright side. Your unusual condition could end up in the JAMA and all the doctors will read about you. You'll be famous! Wait, that might not be such a good thing. Evidently this is what's normal for you but you might mention it to the doctor if it worries you.
@Theresaaiza (10466)
• Australia
8 Mar 09
Nah, , don't wanna be famous that way, and by this idiosyncrasy which is mine alone. I don't wanna puzzle my doctor so I'd rather zip my mouth about it. Oh dear, I really might just be the only one.