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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.

‚ÄčAnything less and yes the clip drops gradually down the rankings.

‚ÄčAre 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!

Introduce Yourself » Hello » July 27, 2017 3:08 pm

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Yes I do cry alone you're right. As for when I cried at Out With Dad, it was mainly sobbing for 20 seconds or so with just wet eyes

Introduce Yourself » Hello » July 26, 2017 8:34 am

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It's the cause of the crying mainly that's the private bit although it's just misty eyes. I'm not usually much of a crier the last thing that did make me cry was an episode of 'Out With Dad' listening to the real life stories of LGBT predjudice

Introduce Yourself » Hello » July 21, 2017 11:48 am

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I've been here a while too, but here is some information about me;

Sex: Male

Age: Nearly 42

Orientation: Straight

Location: North Yorkshire, UK

Interested in: Female crying mostly pretty crying. Nothing beats the sight of a tear (or two) running silently down a beautiful cheek

Interest in the forum: I discovered it by accident and like many others glad to discover there were other people who shared the same desire

My own crying: Is very private so I wouldn't share it

Other fetishes: females with medium/long hair especially if they play with it and tie it back and knee high boots with a heel and zip fastening - just like Jack's story in the Crying Fiction section

Crying Fiction » Crying Roleplay » July 21, 2017 11:33 am

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I don't have any ideas for a next part sadly. Any suggestions are most welcome

Crying Videos » Very Weird Commercial from the 80s » May 27, 2017 7:24 pm

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When I was younger they had a Turkish Delight advert that featured a young woman crying a single tear. Used to love it when it came on.

The Lounge » Any other Star Wars freaks here? » May 13, 2017 3:08 pm

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meantangerine wrote:

reptongeek, that's funny, it would never occur to me to be annoyed about incorrect titling, though I understand it! I have yet to marathon all of them in one day, although if I'm going to, I should do it soon before more movies come out, shouldn't I?

Yeah I know it's odd to get grouchy about movie titling, I'm just a weirdo like that. A marathon is hard though. Given that it is now eight a possible suggestion is that you watch it over two days maybe

The Lounge » Any other Star Wars freaks here? » May 11, 2017 9:19 am

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I'm a Star Wars fan. I wouldn't say I'm obsessed although when it was six movies I did marathon them in a single day once.

I also get slightly cross when magazines and such like bill them incorrectly in listings mags - It's Star Wars EPISODE VII The Force Awakens (for example). The Star Wars franchise must be the only series that has such a disconnect between onscreen titles and it's accompanying merchandise. Only four (out of currently nine movies) are correctly titled and the first example gained it's longer title two years later

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