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Crying Fiction » Roleplay DC based story written in POV » February 14, 2018 12:56 pm

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Andrea Martinez/Comet's POV

I saw the speeding cars in my mirror shortly before they both tried to overtake me on both sides. They cannoned into me and the car started to spin.

I could feel a tyre start to puncture as the car fishtailed into the side of a building. I saw stars briefly as the driver's airbag inflated in front of me. However I was still not out of the woods yet.

During the spin I had taken out a fire hydrant and my car was starting to fill with water through a broken window. To make matters worse the driver's side door was crumpled into my seat belt pinning me into my seat.

Suddenly a figure flew down and landed outside. The passenger side door was ripped open.

"Supergirl" I said in surprise.

"Can you move?" she asked. Once I had pointed out the seatbelt, she carefully lasered the belt in half allowing me to get out of the car.

"Are you okay." Supergirl asked me. She was a beautiful woman her blonde hair softly blowing behind her and it appeared that she had recently been crying. The faint tear tracks still visible on her cheeks made me wonder what it was that had made her cry.

I didn't have time to ruminate on this point as she flew away after I had replied that yes I was perfectly okay.

Part of me though wanted to know for sure, so after finding a quiet corner transformed myself into my male alter ego Comet and took to the sky.

Flying with Supergirl was amazing fun and after a brief race we both landed on a rooftop.

After I had introduced myself, I realised that my recent car crash was spiking my romantic feelings for my beautiful rescuer.

I saw tears start to well in her eyes and decided it was time to leave.

"For now I simply enjoy the thrill of the chase" I told her as I flew away.

It wasn't long before I saw Supergirl again. The very next day in fact. Even though she had glasses and her hair tied back I still recognised her. And the intense love she felt for my alter ego was still present as she shook my hand.

"Kara Danvers" she

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » January 29, 2018 6:01 pm

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In The Death Cure we have various characters crying including Dylan O'Brien, Ki Hong Lee and Rosa Salazar. Rosa's is slightly annoying, she has a bulbous tear on her left lid which then disappears when we cut back to her. Kaya Scodelario has tears in her eyes at one point but nothing falls

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » December 15, 2017 4:53 am

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More crying from Daisy Ridley in Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi. She really has the 'stream down both cheeks' technique down pat. Also some tears from Kelly Marie Tran

Crying Fiction » Roleplay DC based story written in POV » November 30, 2017 8:05 pm

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Supergirl's POV

It was the morning after the night before, to use the usual clichés and my encounter with Comet was still fresh in my mind

I had to push it away though because it was time for my alter ego Kara Danvers to go to work. After I showered I dressed in a smart blouse and knee length skirt, tying my hair back in a simple bun.

On my way to work I had to stop for a coffee run for my colleagues in the office. The branch of Starbucks nearby had a TV in one corner and it was on the news channel.

As the main headlines ticker taped their way across the bottom of the screen, I saw the main headline.

"Bruce Wayne engaged! Billionaire bachelor set to wed Selina Kyle".

A flood of emotion went through my body and my eyes started to well with tears. Rather embarrassingly it was my turn to order my coffees.

"Two Americanos, one toffee latte and a cappuccino please" I requested as a single tear made it's way down my left cheek. I quickly wiped it away hoping that the guy behind the cash desk hadn't noticed.

He busied himself making my drinks and after I'd paid I left as quickly as possible trying to blink my tears away. I didn't know why I was so emotional all of a sudden, but I hoped I could keep myself under control.

When I got to the office everybody was talking about it. That Mr Wayne was finally getting married was a shock. That his bride was a reformed thief was even worse. I managed to distribute my burden without incident and then it was time for me to meet the new client.

With a start I saw as I walked into the boardroom that our new client was Andrea the woman I had saved (or Supergirl had saved) the previous night.

My eyes filled again and I tried in vain to blink them back but it was no use.

"Kara Danvers" I introduced myself to Andrea as tears ran down my cheeks. "Sorry about the allergies"

Crying Fiction » Roleplay DC based story written in POV » November 23, 2017 9:39 pm

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Supergirl's POV

From my rooftop position I looked out over the city.

My throat constricted as I thought of my cousin Kal El, mourning the love of his life. I knew Lois that is to say I had met her in my Kara Danvers guise.

We had met at a Daily Planet function once. I had taken a friend as a date after Kal had got me an invite. Lois was a truly amazing woman one of a kind, and a perfect reporter. And now she was gone.

Tears for Lois for Kal streamed silently down my cheeks as I watched the traffic below. Everything seemed so peaceful from the turmoil of my own life it seemed so unreal somehow.

Suddenly out of nowhere two cars screamed down the street below and knocked into a car driving the opposite way. The speeding cars carried on followed by a brace of patrol cars, the innocent bystander spun into a wall.

Wiping my tears with the back of my hand, I flew down to the street and located the car. The drivers side was pinned by the wall of a nearby shop, and by the look of the passengers door the driver couldn't get out that side either.

I landed on the road out of the line of cars making their unhurried way down the road and made my way to the trapped car. I noticed that the situation was worse than I thought. The car had hit a fire hydrant and the car's interior was rapidly filling with water.

Quickly I wrenched open the car door.

"Supergirl!" the woman inside the car greeted me in surprise.

"Can you move." I asked the woman whose name was Andrea.

"No." she told me. "I'm trapped by my seat belt."

Carefully using my laser eyes I cut the seat belt away from her, then using my strength, moved her car away from the wall.

Andrea managed to scramble from the car.

"Are you okay?" I asked. Andrea nodded in acknowledgment and I flew away.

I didn't land for a while deciding to fly around the city limits for a while. After a couple of laps a white light streaked past.

"So you fancy a race do you?" I said to myself a smile breaking across my lips. I flew in pu

Crying Discussion » How many have trouble saying crying-related words aloud? » November 14, 2017 9:31 pm

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I sometimes do. I was in a play once in my first drama group where I had to say that I can't drink brandy because it makes me cry. Although in that instance my embarrassment might have helped

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » October 20, 2017 5:23 pm

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Jessica Rothenberg in Happy Death Day has a couple of sobbing scenes, one scene with mascara running and one emotional scene later on. She wipes her face in this scene but it's a long shot unfortunately. Really good movie actually if you want to check it out. I gave it a 9/10

Crying Discussion » Possibility of Observations in the Immediate Future » August 14, 2017 7:38 pm

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Slightly off topic NeedHerSobs but what is her hair like in length and colour

Crying Discussion » Anyone else this picky?? » July 29, 2017 2:26 pm

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tearhunter wrote:

Yes I can be picky... I also like to see tears flowing in the eyes, rolling unchecked down an attractive female face when the camera is in pin sharp focus and the lighting is good.

​Anything less and yes the clip drops gradually down the rankings.

​Are you able to re-watch clips that tick all the boxes? New clips are great and I spend too much time looking for new ones but if I can't find a new good one I tend to drop back to an old favourite to relive the frustration.

Yes I'm very much like this. Another question have you ever recorded crying scenes off the TV for instance and then played them back in slow motion - or even backwards like I did when I was younger

Crying Discussion » Produced a couple of female crying videos » July 27, 2017 3:22 pm

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I was a watcher of ABCABC playlists too and was gutted when they went. I usually watched the shorter ones as this would be easier to watch the full video as opposed to a ten minute vlog that contained a grand total of one tear in the final seconds. TorNorth I've watched some of your Crying Women vids too without realising it!

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