Can you cry underwater?

@flex90 (1443)
October 15, 2006 11:23am CST
what do you think?
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• India
15 Oct 06
no it is not possible...
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@flex90 (1443)
15 Oct 06
Any proof? Or is it just your opinion?
@getjimmy (2245)
• India
19 Oct 06
yes not possible to cry in water.
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@Jusred (1579)
• United States
22 Oct 06
You have to be able to breathe in/out to really 'cry'...Maybe with an O2 tank??..Next time you cry, try shutting your mouth and plugging your nose -can you bring more then a drop down your cheek, maybe two? -Interesting question..
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@gz1282 (573)
• United States
22 Oct 06
i dont know can you?
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@flex90 (1443)
26 Oct 06
Hey! No fair...you can't answer a question with a question :( Anyway, thanks for taking the time out to respond.
@gz1282 (573)
• United States
26 Oct 06
I am sorry about that, I dont know if you can. Have you ever cried under water before? I havent but let me know if it is possible.
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@flex90 (1443)
26 Oct 06
No need to apologise, I was only joking.
• United States
21 Oct 06
I think you'd drown if you tried..
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@Aali311 (6127)
• United States
22 Oct 06
I think so too.
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@flex90 (1443)
26 Oct 06
Thank you both for adding your thoughts to this discussion. Greatly appreciated :)
• United States
28 Oct 06
You're welcome :)
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@borg_queen (2536)
• Philippines
21 Oct 06
You can. Of course. Obviously.
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@flex90 (1443)
26 Oct 06
Thank you for responding to my discussion :)
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
Thanks for not choosing me as best response. :(
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@flex90 (1443)
27 Oct 06
Sorry, but you answered after I gave out the best response. I have other discussions you could answer, they don't have a best response yet.
@munmun (808)
• India
27 Oct 06
Its not possible at list my thinking. Bye the way its a good question. Keep it up.
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@KHyuga (1700)
• Singapore
27 Oct 06
And why not?
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@flex90 (1443)
27 Oct 06
Thanks for the kind words, munmun. :)
@disturbedgd (1822)
• South Africa
22 Oct 06
no my eyes would burn too much anyway
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@flex90 (1443)
6 Nov 06
Ouch! Thanks for responding. :)
@flex90 (1443)
6 Nov 06
Ouch! Thanks for responding. :)
@Ljorge (1497)
• United States
19 Oct 06
it would be pretty difficult, cuz you can't breath underwater.
@flex90 (1443)
21 Oct 06
What if you were equipped with oxygen tanks?
@Ljorge (1497)
• United States
22 Oct 06
ok in that case then i guess you can ! lol
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@wildpvcgal (1093)
6 Nov 06
I think that would be impossible!! Ive not tried it anyway! xx
@flex90 (1443)
6 Nov 06
Not many of us have! Thanks for responding :) Plus for you.
@vhansen (2036)
• United States
6 Nov 06
Sure,why not.It just wouldn't run down your face,it'd mix with the other water instead.Unless of course you were diving.Then it might pool in your face mask.
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@flex90 (1443)
6 Nov 06
I agree with you 100 percent. Thanks for responding. :) + rating for you! For everyone!
• India
6 Nov 06
Yes, but you cant see the tears.
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@flex90 (1443)
6 Nov 06
That is exactly what I think. It is just like when you sweat whilst swimming. Thanks for responding. A postive rating for you ++ just like everyone else who has responded to my discussions. :)
@spiceup (48)
• India
5 Nov 06
yes, people who cry inside in heart can do it.
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@flex90 (1443)
5 Nov 06
Good answer. I like it. Thanks for responding. :)
@divir_vij (1593)
• India
5 Nov 06
There is going to be so much water outside that u wont feel ur tears... More over u wont come to know when they got dissolved in the outside water
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@flex90 (1443)
5 Nov 06
Yep, you wouldn't feel the tears, just like how you wouldn't feel your sweat when you are swimming, but you could feel the emotion of crying inside you.
• United States
30 Oct 06
Yes I believe you can..Crying does not mean that one must shead a tear.
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@flex90 (1443)
5 Nov 06
Really? Interesting. Thsnks for responding. :)
@nake89 (557)
• Finland
30 Oct 06
Why wouldn't you be able to cry under water? Just because the tears aren't visible doesn't mean they aren't there.
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@flex90 (1443)
4 Nov 06
True. Thanks for responding. :)
@Duvessa (914)
• United States
30 Oct 06
I wouldn't think so. Maybe you could shed a tear or two but not all out sobbing. I know when I really cry I sob like a baby, so I'd drown.
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@flex90 (1443)
30 Oct 06
I agree with your point about the sobbing. Sobbing requires heavy breathing so it would be impossible to sob underwater unless you had an oxygen tank.
• Hong Kong
29 Oct 06
Yes,but it's hard to say,do u have the answer?I wanna know.
@flex90 (1443)
30 Oct 06
Sorry to say but I don't have the answer. Wish I did though. Thanks for responding. :)
@clownfish (3279)
• United States
29 Oct 06
Yes, it's possible to cry underwater.
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@flex90 (1443)
30 Oct 06
I agree, thanks for responding. :)
• United States
28 Oct 06
Of course you cannot cry underwater. Crying requires a lot of deep breathing, which cannot be done underwater.
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@flex90 (1443)
29 Oct 06
You could breathe if you were equipped with an oxygen tank. Thanks for responding, by the way.:)
@smuggeridge (2157)
28 Oct 06
maybe if you had goggles on
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@flex90 (1443)
28 Oct 06
Good thinking, I think your the first one to say that after 50 something responses. However, the tears would fill up in the goggles, wouldn't they? They'll make your vision murky.
• United States
27 Oct 06
good and creative question. i think you can still cry under water. but u may not be able to feel the teardrops roll down ur cheeks. but buddy have ur worries submerged you that you want to cry underwater. o god save this poor chap :)
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@flex90 (1443)
28 Oct 06
Lol, I don't wish to cry underwater (if I have any crying to do, I will do it on dry land, thank you very much) I would just like to know if evryone thinks it can be done or not. Thanks for responding. :)