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Crying Fiction » Crying in the Shower » May 24, 2017 12:40 pm

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I don't know how I missed this the first time around, but this is beautifully written and so hot.

Crying Discussion » Obs: coworker (F) sobbing hysterically » May 14, 2017 10:21 pm

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tearhunter wrote:

​But to witness what was clearly a huge meltdown is rare I think. Interesting you said she was fine about and hour later, I assume you mean emotionally - was her crying episode discussed at all with her? Did she appear embarrassed about her crying outburst?
 

She didn't really seem embarrassed. She apologized several times right after crying, but I really don't think she was mortified or anything.

Everyone treated it as pretty normal, despite it being a very unusual occurrence. We all know each other pretty well, so I think that helped. We didn't have a discussion about the episode later, although she referred to it once in sort of a joking way. We carried on with normal conversation after she returned (she briefly mentioned that she'd gone home to relax for a short while and felt quite a bit better).

Crying Discussion » Obs: coworker (F) sobbing hysterically » May 14, 2017 10:18 pm

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NeedHerSobs wrote:

carrotcake wrote:

TorNorth wrote:

Carrotcake, that is unbelievably hot. I especially loved the bit where she tried to speak but just sobbed instead. I love it when they cry so openly. The red lipstick just enhanced everything. Very lucky find. Would you call her an attractive woman?

I would say yes, she is attractive in my opinion. She has big eyes, shapely lips, a dainty nose, and very smooth skin. Her dark brown hair is fairly long and usually pulled back in a pretty updo or partial braid. She's curvy and was wearing a cute dress that day.

It was indeed unbelievably hot. The lipstick definitely enhanced the shape of her mouth.

Could you see if her breasts and belly were bouncing as she sobbed?

Her belly was definitely bouncing. I could feel her shoulders heaving, since I had my hand on her back..

Crying Discussion » Obs: coworker (F) sobbing hysterically » May 13, 2017 1:56 am

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TorNorth wrote:

Carrotcake, that is unbelievably hot. I especially loved the bit where she tried to speak but just sobbed instead. I love it when they cry so openly. The red lipstick just enhanced everything. Very lucky find. Would you call her an attractive woman?

I would say yes, she is attractive in my opinion. She has big eyes, shapely lips, a dainty nose, and very smooth skin. Her dark brown hair is fairly long and usually pulled back in a pretty updo or partial braid. She's curvy and was wearing a cute dress that day.

It was indeed unbelievably hot. The lipstick definitely enhanced the shape of her mouth.

Crying Discussion » Obs: coworker (F) sobbing hysterically » May 10, 2017 3:15 am

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NeedHerSobs wrote:

Sounds very hot and intriguing. Was she grateful for everyone trying to comfort her?

I'm sure she was glad we were there. She didn't respond very readily to our comfort, but that was mostly because she was sobbing so hard. She tends to be the type to fend for herself and not rely on other people too heavily, but she's also very compassionate, and we're all pretty good friends. She definitely wanted to talk to us and tell us what was going on, even though she was having trouble getting it out.

Crying Discussion » Obs: coworker (F) sobbing hysterically » May 9, 2017 11:07 pm

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I had an amazing observation yesterday. I'll try to describe it in as much detail as I can.

I saw my female coworker earlier in the day, and she seemed just fine. However, when I arrived at work, as I walked past the staff area, as I glanced in, I noticed her bent over the desk, her forehead in her hands, and her lips squeezed together and contorted. I realized she was crying, and I was so surprised that I walked past the doorway to take a moment to collect myself, since I knew I'd be the one to walk in there and talk to her. A few seconds later, I entered the room.

She was bent over the desk, and what I could see of her face (lips, cheeks, neck) was bright red. Her lips, on which she had a thick coat of bright red lipstick, were bulged and curled. She was mid-silent sob, not breathing. I asked her what was wrong and if she was okay, and pulled a chair up next to her. Within a minute, two other people had joined us (a coworker and our boss, who is really good friends with her outside of work too). She had clearly been attempting to stifle her crying, but when she tried to answer me, she dissolved into absolute hysterics. I haven't seen someone cry this hard in a very long time (except my FI once or twice, but for a friend/acquaintance obs, this was very intense).

She opened her mouth to answer me, still covering her eyes, but when she tried to speak, nothing came out. Suddenly, her upper body pitched forward over the desk, and she was obviously still trying to speak, but instead, a loud moan came out. Her mouth opened into an enormous contorted bulge, and snot and tears were pouring down her face, along with lots of makeup (eye makeup, lipstick, foundation). She could not inhale or exhale; she was suspended over the desk. Finally she managed a loud gasp, followed by about ten seconds of uncontrollable sobs. She was completely unable to control the the sound of them, despite being at work, and they were very loud and sharp. I'm certain that people patronizing our

Crying Discussion » Members leaving the forum » April 28, 2017 1:34 am

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woundedpuppy wrote:

Why... helloooo there, gang!

The WoundedPuppy makes a comeback.
 

Hi! It's good to see you!

Crying Discussion » Two new observations » March 29, 2017 11:28 pm

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TorNorth wrote:

Were you sobbing when you kissed him in the mouth. I've always had this fantasy about two people kissing while also crying with curled lips. Usually in the fantasy it's two women, but one woman is enough, I guess.

Just realized I never replied to this here. Yes, I was sobbing while we were kissing - there was definitely a point at which we were both sobbing with curled lips while kissing.

This is still one of my favorite observations. I think about it often, even though I've seen him cry a bunch of times since.

Crying Discussion » Lots of observations (self, BF, friend) » March 29, 2017 1:44 am

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I've had a number of observations over the past couple of months. Here are the ones that stand out:

First of all, my BF and I got engaged a few months ago! I guess I should start calling him FI on here, although he will be my husband quite soon.

Anyway, there have been a fair number of tears around here lately, mostly because of a string of rotten luck. I've also just felt more comfortable crying around FI than I ever have around another person, and I think that prompts me to do it more easily.

So, here are some of the most memorable incidents.

1. I'll start with one about a friend. A major, unpleasant event occurred that upset FI and me, but our friend (male) was even more upset by it. We were meeting him in town, and we knew he'd be very emotional (he'd been texting us the night before that he was very broken up about everything). As we walked toward him, he referred to an inside joke of ours, and I pulled the three of us into a hug. I figured it would be a fairly quick hug, since we were on our way to a meeting, but he wasn't letting go, and he suddenly began to sob. His sobs were fairly loud, and his whole body shook. The three of us squeezed each other harder, and we stood there hugging for about two minutes while he sobbed. Both FI and I had tears in our eyes when we pulled away, and our friend removed his glasses to wipe his face, which was covered in tears. He continued to cry on and off for the next half an hour while we discussed the events, attempted to get back on track, etc.

2. Several days ago, FI and I had to confront a very emotional decision (which ended up resolving very nicely, surprisingly). A lot of things were completely out of our control, and we were both upset about it, but I was definitely more anxious and distressed than he was at the moment. We were lying in bed, discussing the options, and I began to sob. We were both lying on our backs, and he said, "Let me hold you." I rolled over onto his chest and sobbed into his shoulder. Th

Crying Discussion » Members leaving the forum » March 29, 2017 1:23 am

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I get busy and don't have a lot of time to formulate articulate thoughts to post on the forum. I think the problem is circular, too, unfortunately: there isn't a ton of traffic on the board (and, consequently, not a ton of new posts), so fewer people feel compelled to post regularly. But for me, for the most part, I just get busy with work and family.

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