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Other and Related Fetishes » Girls in Down Jackets » May 16, 2014 3:16 am

Wow, what a unique thing! I don't wear down myself, since i'm vegan, but sometimes when I see a friend in a really puffy coat I start whacking their back and arms and stomach to hear the sound it makes and see how fast they get annoyed. You know, for Science.

Crying Discussion » observation (m) » May 16, 2014 3:11 am

thanks for sharing! sounds like a pretty amazing thing to witness, wish i could have been there!

The Lounge » do you believe in ghosts? » April 27, 2014 2:54 am

I have to try really hard NOT to believe. I don't want to believe in ghosts, I want to be super rational and scientific all the time, and I think a good number of ghost encounters have natural explanations, but I also think it's arrogant to say we know what does or does not happen after death.

Crying Discussion » Types of dacryphilia not yet known about » April 16, 2014 1:42 am

Personally, the fanning the face thing drives me nuts. Interesting ideas!

Crying Discussion » Videos/Photos: The Holy Grails » April 3, 2014 1:32 am

I remember that tracks of tears video...haven't been able to find it in years.

Crying Discussion » daylong observation » April 3, 2014 1:27 am

I wouldn't say he cried MANY tears, but a decent few. He let them flow for a little bit, then pressed a tissue into his eyes every few minutes. Except when we were in bed in the dark, then he didn't wipe them. He probably didn't see much reason to. Before I had ever seen him it happen, I asked him if he would feel comfortable crying with me there, and he said "I don't think I would feel any less comfortable," which seems to sum it up pretty well. It's not like he's fighting to stop crying, and I don't think he minds me seeing, but all the same he doesn't like crying.

As for me, I probably shed a fair amount of tears, much more than he did. We were lying on the couch and I cried into his shoulder, so most of the tears ended up on his shirt. I do tend to sort of hide/avert my face when I get up from a position like that, because I feel like there's no way it's a good look for me: wet face, red eyes, hair plastered all over my face, probably some pattern on my cheek from what I was lying on.....just no good. It's not the tears I want to hide, just the whole thing.

Crying Discussion » daylong observation » March 27, 2014 6:44 pm

Thanks guys. It was pretty special.

Crying Discussion » daylong observation » March 6, 2014 10:40 pm

On the last day of the Olympics my boyfriend cried four times over the course of the day. This was only my second time seeing him cry, and I'm going to mainly focus on my reactions to it, because he's a really private person and I want to respect that.
It's weird, he is not really a big crier, so this was a very unusual event for him. Partly his crying was spurred by the end of the Olympics, and the end of things just makes him really sad and reflective about how things will be different in two years. Which I think is.....just adorable. So he cried for a couple minutes around noon because we were sort of having a disagreement on top of both of us already feeling bad.
Around mid afternoon it was my turn, I cried pretty hard for maybe 10 minutes because I was just feeling totally hopeless about a lot of things. He tried to be there for me but he was pretty paralyzed by his own emotions and problems. Then again in the early evening, with his head in my lap, when we started watching the closing ceremony. I wiped away one of his tears for him then, and just stroked his head for a long time.  Around 11:15 I suggested we get in bed and end the miserable day, but he needed to talk a walk to calm down. So we walked around outside (it was very cold), I held his hand the whole way and I saw he was fighting back tears. When we got back to his apartment he sat on the couch without taking off his hat or jacket and cried a little more. I took off his hat so I could run my fingers through his hair some more (that's very soothing for him).
After five minutes or so he gets very businesslike and suggests we take out the recycling (excuse for another walk), so we do that. Then around 12:30 we finally get in bed and he starts crying again almost immediately. This time he's sobbing, quietly, but it's still harder than I've seen him do before. He's turned away from me, so I reach around and stroke his face, and he presses into my hand. I ask him, "can you come closer?" He does, and I say

Crying Discussion » Winter Olympics 2014. It Has Began! *Shang Tsung voice* » March 6, 2014 10:16 pm

Bode Miller was my favorite this time around...even though I think he's a d*ck.

Crying Discussion » terrified of, but turned on by, vulnerability » March 6, 2014 10:15 pm

Yeah I'm definitely like that too. It's not really a sexual thing for me to receive comfort, but there is a real struggle with it. If it's someone I'm really REALLY comfortable with, I'm generally okay with it, but it takes me a long time to get there. I've been with my boyfriend for over a year, cried in front of him maybe five times, and even now it's still hard for me to accept it, I'll still fight it.

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