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Woww congratulations!!!

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 20, 2017 11:08 pm

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My focus remains on tears. All I want is for her to cry and let tears fall down her face without wiping them. Bonus points if she lets me kiss them from her cheeks. This is enough to turn me on even if she's fully clothed and not attempting to be arousing. I love seeing a stream of tears on her chest going between her breasts. I have grown to love her sobbing, but that really is specific to her. For random women that I don't know, I really just want to see tears slowly moving down their faces. But because of you, now I stare at their lips too.

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 19, 2017 10:53 pm

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Yes I can fake it. It feels weird to do it without sobbing though; I don't understand how my wife is able to hold the lip curl expression even when crying at a relatively low intensity.

The concept of lip curling has been very helpful in getting my wife to accept and embrace these urges. Whenever someone believes that their own behavior is repulsive or shameful in some way, it helps to show them that others have similar behaviors, and that other people have already thought about this stuff in detail and have categorized things and have tried to understand the behaviors. So yes, she knows that she lip curls, but she doesn't seem attracted to lip curls in others.

I've been trying to figure out what aspects of crying she enjoys in others. From what I've gathered, she likes the sound I make when crying loudly; she's encouraged me to make more noise because my sobbing is generally whispery and hushed. She also likes my breast and belly movements while sobbing. I just bought some liquid eyeliner and because she wants to see me with dark tear trails on my cheeks. So basically she likes all aspects of hard crying except for the lip curl. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 19, 2017 2:21 am

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Huh. If it has to include a chin wrinkle, then it's settled. I don't lip curl. Booooooo. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/sad.png
 I can fake the expression in front of the mirror, but when crying naturally I don't make that face. Mother, sister, and mother-in-law definitely do though. Thanks for repeatedly and patiently explaining this to me.

I may try Fetlife in the near future, but I think I'll wait until the two of us have figured this out for ourselves first. I want to nurture this budding dacryphilia that has taken hold of my wife, and I think the subject needs to be handled gently and slowly.

Crying Discussion » Truffle's new obs thread » March 14, 2017 6:10 pm

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NeedHerSobs wrote:

Incidentally I've met a new girl who seems intrigued by this and says she wants to cry for me during sex. I'll keep you posted as to where this goes, if it goes.

I'm familar with the feeling of wanting to cry during sexual play. It's an incomparable catharsis. I know that even when I'm 100% sure I want to cry during sex and have fully prepared my partner for it, I still need to be pushed over the edge verbally or physically for it to actually happen. I think that I can also take credit for my wife developing a bit of dacryphilia herself over the last couple of years, though I think her tastes are more similar to yours and TorNorth's than mine, and she likes being the one to elicit the tears rather than just observing or comforting. But we're still ironing out the details, and I'm still working on making her not feel guilty about this stuff.

When these girls want to cry for you specifically in the context of sex, do they just cry spontaneously, or due to orgasm? Or do you do or say something to push them to tears?

Crying Discussion » Truffle's new obs thread » March 4, 2017 2:20 am

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I’m long overdue for an observation dump. I tried to include the relevant details but if I missed something just ask.

1) Airport obs: An east Asian woman in her mid twenties with short hair, small and thin lips, was having her bag ruffled through by the TSA. She was clearly not happy with the way they were treating her stuff. She initially didn’t look upset at all. I was sitting on a bench facing toward her, and I bent over to tie my shoes, and when I looked up I got such a jolt in my chest. Her eyes were shining with tears and she was doing a tight-lipped cryface with a wrinkled chin. The TSA agent said something brusquely to her, and after she responded and took a breath, her lips stayed parted in a lip curl. I don’t think she was wearing any lip color. No sobbing, but her lips kind of shook every time she took a breath. She was unfortunately wiping her eyes so her cheeks remained woefully dry. I took my time tying my other shoe, but it’s a bad idea to linger in airport security for no discernible reason so I did get up and leave. It took some serious willpower to look away from her.

2) I was volunteering at a blood drive. An eighteen-year old couple (male and female) had come to donate blood with each other.  It was obviously the guy’s idea to donate blood. I drew his first, and there was no issue.  The girl was really beautiful. Long brown hair in a ponytail, green eyes, small upturned nose (think Carey Mulligan), and full lips. Her cheekbone contouring was nearly professional-grade makeup work, I was both impressed and attracted. When she sat down in the chair she looked at me with so much fear; eyes wide, breathing way too fast, blood rushing to her face. Keep in mind that I’m a 105-lb, 5’3’’ woman. I do not inspire fear in anyone, and this was the first time any adult ever looked at me like that. As soon as I uncapped my needle, her face utterly crumpled, with an intense closed-mouth lip curl. She wasn’t sobbing, but she was hyperventi

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 4, 2017 2:17 am

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TorNorth wrote:

Well, I hope it wasn't anything too bad those two times you cried. That said, we need more obs! Come on, this board is dead as hell. :'(

I'm not sure you want me posting about those two times in particular because of forum rules; my wife and I have been experimenting with some sexual bondage-type roleplay. Whenever we think up a storyline, we always leave lots of opportunities for either one of us to cry if we want to, at whatever intensity we prefer. I usually like to take the submissive role (don't judge), and as you probably can guess, the submissive partner has more openings to cry in the context of the story. That said, if you're creative enough, the dominant partner can also cry and remain dominant; for us, this happens more often than you'd think. Those two times I mentioned above, we had a really fun storyline based on the TV show The 100, and it was the only roleplay storyline that had me sobbing twice. I was so convincing the second time that my wife had half a dozen tears roll down her cheeks by the end. We've done some emotional non-bondage roleplay but no lip curls result from that.

BTW sorry I haven’t posted that many obs lately. I’ve started a new job this year and it’s exhausting. Plus, now that tearhunter isn’t around anymore I don’t have anyone to talk to about female tears and female/female relationship stuff. Noticing lip curls and other stuff doesn’t come naturally to me and I have to focus hard to remember them.

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The photo of yourself you posted in the past had a shot of your crying mouth. I can't quite tell if you bottom lip is curled or not since your lips and chin were not fully visible. Though I thought it was kinda sorta curled maybe. Is that roughly what your lips look like when sobbing, or does it curl more prominently? Does your mother or your sisters do lip curls similar to yours?

My sobbing lips do actually curl more than that, but I can't seem to do that chin wrinkl

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » February 20, 2017 2:04 pm

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I do a mild lip curl when sobbing; I'm sure of it now. The last time I did it was 12 days ago, and about six weeks ago before that. My mother does, but she only sobs from sadness, and her happy crying is always quiet and discreet. I have two younger sisters who do occasionally curl their lips with high-intensity sobbing. However, recently I've only seen the youngest do it. My middle sister has not sobbed in front of me in years so I'm not sure if she still does it. Her wedding is coming up this summer, though, and she has wept happily many times while talking about her love for her fiance, so I think that it's possible she'll sob on her wedding day.

On my father's side (Indian): Two aunts (out of three) curl their lips even when not sobbing. Five female cousins in my generation also do it. Two female cousins once removed curl their lips but only when sobbing. I can honestly say I haven't seen any male relative on my father's side curl their lips. I've only seen them tear up.

On my mother's side (Italian): one aunt and two uncles are lip curlers. One male cousin has curled his lip after his girlfriend dumped him. There are four female cousins in my generation on my mother's side. I've seen the oldest one (31) sob with an intensely curled lip. The other three are between the ages of 15-21 and I have seen them cry quietly in casual social settings. I haven't been with these three during truly sad, emotionally intense events so I've never seen them sob hard. However, two of them do a little wobbly lip curl when they talk and cry quietly; I don't know if this means anything, but maybe that makes it more likely that they genuinely lip curl when sobbing. Maybe.

Of note, relatives on my father's side sob much more easily and frequently. Those on my mother's side are quiet and tearful and it takes a lot to get them to sob; when they do sob, they do so quietly but for much longer than those on the Indian side of my family.

Crying Videos » Actress Ana de Armas » November 8, 2016 7:02 pm

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We watched El Internado in our Spanish classes in college. That's where I first saw her. She's stunning. Deserves all the success in the world.

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