When was the last time you cried?

United Kingdom
January 17, 2017 4:58am CST
I don't cry much, in fact I can confidently say I haven't cried for four months and I only cried of happiness because it was my wedding day! I don't cry at sad films or sad stories, it's not that I think crying is bad, I just don't do it. Do you cry a lot? when was the last time you cried?
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@atoz1to10 (6824)
• Australia
17 Jan 17
I remember I cried a few days ago, when watching Home on tv. Have you seen that movie?
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
No, what's it about?
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@atoz1to10 (6824)
• Australia
18 Jan 17
@Clairelouiser Home is Children's movie. It was about this creature did something wrong that he ran away from his planet and landed on Earth. Here he met a teenager girl and they both became friends with all ups and downs. Very touching at the end, and it has nice music too.
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@sishy7 (27640)
• Australia
17 Jan 17
Oh, I cry easily watching sad movies or reading sad stories... Last time I could remember was when I watched and listened to Obama's farewell speech... Some parts of the speech was just so moving especially when he addressed his family...
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
Really? That's how my wife is, very emotional at stuff.
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@rina110383 (24130)
17 Jan 17
During the first week of January.
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
May I ask why?
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@rina110383 (24130)
17 Jan 17
@Clairelouiser He should have been my first date but we decided to end the getting to know each other stage. We pissed each other off in one instance. Then, we both gave up.
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• United Kingdom
18 Jan 17
@rina110383 Sounds like it wasn't meant to be?
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@JohnRoberts (59673)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Jan 17
Every time I think how old I am!
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
Ha ha, it can't be that bad surely?
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@JohnRoberts (59673)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Jan 17
@Clairelouiser As bad as when I look in the mirror!
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@PurnaSharma (2128)
• India
17 Jan 17
But in my case tears come itself on my eyes when i watch emotional movies.
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
Sometimes it can be good to cry I guess.
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• India
17 Jan 17
@Clairelouiser yes it is good..those who not cry,they accumulate pain inside mind.
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@toniganzon (51531)
• Philippines
17 Jan 17
This morning, I went teary eyed while watching one of the episodes in Grey's Anatomy. No matter how many times I watch it, I still cry.
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
It looks very sad.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
I also dont cry a lot even when i do it is usually not in front of people or friends i rarely share my feelings .
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
I am glad it is not just me then!
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@TRBRocks420 (79300)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Jan 17
I don't cry a lot no, but it happens if I listen to sad music or watch sad movies or if something sad in general happens lol.
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
Fair enough, nothing wrong with that!
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@Gillygirl (17340)
• Sutton, England
18 Jan 17
I hardly ever cry at all. On odd occasions a film will set me off though.