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The Lounge » Its a boy » March 23, 2017 11:06 pm

TorNorth
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Wonderful news, congratulations. I'm very happy for you. Wishing good health for your new son.

Crying Images » Extreme Lip Curl GIF in Ad » March 22, 2017 10:31 pm

TorNorth
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LOL, nice. Yes, obviously fake crying in ads, as well as comedic crying doesn't turn me on half as much, but they can still entertain in a small way.

Although, there was a TV ad in the U.K. for a music album known as "All Time Classic Tearjerkers", where you see a woman sobbing because her S.O. isn't spending time with her. It's not really serious but the crying doesn't feel comedic. It doesn't feel too fake either, though a little forced. Also - bloody enormous lip curl. I've scoured the internet trying to find it again. It's one of my holy grails.

Crying Videos » Links for female sobbing from greek and foreign TV shows » March 20, 2017 7:20 am

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Komistis wrote:

This is Vega in a peruvian musical reality called "Operación triunfo" in 2002.Sobbing neck and lip curl

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-soWKD47rs&feature=youtu.be

I forgot about that video! Thanks for the reminder. Hot Latina crying is simply hot.

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 20, 2017 7:17 am

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truffle wrote:

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

What aspects of your wife's crying do you like best, and do they correlate to things you generally like in female crying?

I think I share your wife's attraction to breast and belly movements. Though personally I think clear tears look lovelier than the mascara ones, though even that I generally find beautiful. I prefer less noise, however. The best sob for me is the one that's intense but also whispery or husky. Difficult to find but amazing.

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 19, 2017 8:37 pm

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truffle wrote:

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.

Boo, indeed. And while I mourn, I havve to ask. Have you ever faked it while actually crying? After being aware of it as a thing, I mean. As a kid, I actually remember doing it on purpose quite consciously while crying, which meant that it was more of an exaggerated lip curl than the once I usually did.

Now that your wife is somewhat in the dacryphilia circle, is she aware of the fact that she's a lip curler?

Crying Discussion » The Lip Curled Crying Confession Thread » March 18, 2017 5:33 pm

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Personally, I'm definitely interested in your stories of bondage role-play. I'm also kind of allured by the fact that the dominant might cry during roleplay. This is not the place for it, of course, but have you considered posting on the dacryphilia forum on fetlife? There's definitely an audience for you there.

I agree that tearhunter is a fabulous listener of stories, so it sucks that he isn't around. I personally like hearing about the lips, but I don't mind at all hearing about the tears and other interests. There are other tear lovers here too, who might be interested in hearing about female-female stuff.

I'm guessing, you do don't do the chin wrinkle then maybe you're not a lip curler after all. The curling of the lip brings the chin upwards and gives it the dotted or wrinkled look. In fact, I sometimes judge the lip curl by whether or not the chin is going up. Sometimes someone will cry with their lips parted, but their bottom lip may not have an obvious curled shape. However, if the chin is going upwards at that point I'll judge it a lip curl. Or maybe your chin does go up, but you don't notice?

Crying Discussion » Truffle's new obs thread » March 18, 2017 5:23 pm

TorNorth
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Great stuff. I especially loved the first one. It's always amazing when they cry so openly. And the lip curl of course...

Crying Videos » Emma Stone at the Oscars » March 4, 2017 6:29 am

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Wow interesting. I'll have to look for more media that might give a proper shot of their crying faces.

Crying Images » Crying Videos Screencaps » March 2, 2017 2:41 pm

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Heyyy, well I'm resurrecting this thread after many a century. I have this video of a rather beautiful Canadian girl who is crying in an airplane. There are lots of tears, some tissue movment and a mild lip curl. It doesn't seem to be on youtube anymore, so anyone who wants it I can arrange to send (186). Chances are I'm going to copy it away somewhere in the near future and forget where I put itt. So whoever might want it will have to ask soon:

https://68.media.tumblr.com/bc92c523c2fdc34d7b3d67c7c224cdae/tumblr_om6yxcWd481revedyo7_1280.jpg


https://68.media.tumblr.com/a75e879e5373cc84243d2c804dbe9c02/tumblr_om6yxcWd481revedyo6_1280.jpg


https://68.media.tumblr.com/6051f2f2f6c5fe181ff45d575444caa5/tumblr_om6yxcWd481revedyo5_1280.jpg


https://68.media.tumblr.com/8b79caf5d5aed8d3dc39d3a40ff17d0c/tumblr_om6yxcWd481revedyo2_1280.jpg

Crying Images » Crying in Art and Animation » February 27, 2017 8:12 pm

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This particular post will focus on my specific lip-related focus, others are welcome to add their own stuff.

I'm always interested to know how aware people are of the lip curl, and a good way seems to be artwork. Most of the time the artist will focus on the tears, because that's considered the staple of crying. However, others might add more expression to the mouth. This will be more of a generic downward curved mouth than a proper lip curl. What I have here is some stuff from art and animation where the artist seems to be at least a little aware of the lip curl, which generally excites me.

One of the best examples that I found is paper art is from Neil Gaiman's "The Kindly Ones" graphic novel. Here it really does feel like the artist has deliberately tried to paint the lip curl. One particular thing that I love about these expressions is that the artist didn't "miss the chin". Normally the lip may hold the crying shape, but the wrinkled up chin will not be included, which to me makes the image look incomplete. Here are the images of elf girl Nuala and faery queen Titania crying - there are some nice tears too, as well as snot:
https://68.media.tumblr.com/527e49efaf828cc25556b4616512a47b/tumblr_olzzcjn1Xc1revedyo3_500.png
https://68.media.tumblr.com/96e24231ea62bf1dc32e807d1a547ad9/tumblr_olzzcjn1Xc1revedyo1_400.png
https://68.media.tumblr.com/1391a5f784fa33eea9345e5994e91a4f/tumblr_olzzcjn1Xc1revedyo2_400.png

https://68.media.tumblr.com/6cb0c36f5e26b961aeb680e1f282fe6f/tumblr_om02bxHZeJ1qdttqzo1_540.png

And here is a piece of artwork by Katherine Rahman entitled "Dacryphilia". Here once again there seems to be a pretty clear awareness of the lip curl. However, this is a case where the "chin" was missed. This actually reminds of Picasso's "Crying Woman":
https://68.media.tumblr.com/6cb0c36f5e26b961aeb680e1f282fe6f/tumblr_om02bxHZeJ1qdttqzo1_540.png

Then we have this awesomeness (at least to me). These crying statues at Magdeburg Cathedral have simply incredbil

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