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November 17, 2018 8:25 pm  #51


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

Yes. For me it was a girl named Deangela. Since I was in middle school I wanted to watch her cry. I never got to see it happen until till almost 10 years after our high school graduation.

I was over Deangelas house and to make a long story short she got into a verbal argument with her boyfriend. Deangela went outside and was visibly upset. I kinda knew or thought she might cry and I wasn't going to pass up on the opportunity. I go outside and sure enough Deangelas upset. Deangela starts talking to me and a tear comes out her right eye and at the same time a tear comes out her left eye. The tear to the left kinda fell quick. It rolled onto Deangelas nose all the way to the middle. What was so great was the tear streak. You could of seen this tear down the block.Meanwhilebthe tear on the right was sliding very slowly down Deangelas cheek. It took almost 5 mins for the tear to reach her chin. This tear also left a amazing tear streak behind. Anyway Deangela went inside never bothering to wipe her tears until she walked off. So for 5 minutes I was staring at her tear streaked face with bad intentions and packing a "crowbar' 😂. I'm a shitty friend to cause I didn't even hear what she was talking about. Since I've seen Deangela cry probably 7x. She never disappoints neither.

 

November 18, 2018 2:40 pm  #52


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

SparklingEyes wrote:

Amans lacrimae wrote:

SparklingEyes wrote:

One of the things I used to enjoy about my girlfriend's as well is how her tears run smoothly down her cheeks. I've hardly seen any tears fall off her face before running all the way down to her chin. Also tears that don't even reach her lips are very rare. Most of the time, her teardrops fill her eyes, leave her eyes through the middle of her lower eyelids, and roll smoothly down her cheeks. The first tear from each eye generally reaches her mouth or even runs all the way down to her chin, and the tears that follow take the same path and run all the way down to her chin and that's where they fall off. I find that more attractive than tears that just fall off from halfway down the cheeks and also tears that don't even reach the lips.

Do you notice a difference in the amount of tears she produces, the tear speed, the paths that tears take and/or other crying characteristics, when she cries because of her contacts versus emotional crying?

You mean my girlfriend? Well, the quantity of tears when she cries is generally more than when she's putting on contacts, but still her tears don't just fall, they roll all the way down her cheeks, probably slightly faster than when she's putting in contacts. But I think there's more to it than just the amount of tears, I've read that emotional tears are different from tears produced by other things like cutting onions or putting in contacts. So, maybe that also determines the speed of her tears. The paths the tears take, well, when wearing contacts it's almost always just straight down her cheeks, except on the rare occasion when there are just so much tears that they take another path in addition to one down her cheek, usually down the nose out of the inner corner of her eye. When she's crying emotionally, it depends on the position of her head. As long as she keeps her head straight, the tears still go straight down her cheeks, but if she tilts her head, or is leaning against me, then tears from one eye may go down her nose whereas tears from the other eye would run down more towards the outer side of her face.

Yes, emotional tears are chemically different, I think they are thicker because of the chemicals that are released, in my experience emotional tears are usually bigger, sometimes slower (depending on the amount) and leave a more visible trail.
I am surprised your girlfriend’s tears run down the same path even when crying profusely, I have a friend who is a very beautiful crier, when she cries lightly there is a single path on each eye and all her tears follow it, but when she is crying harder, sobbing, I have seen up to four tear streaks on each of her eyes, and only once did I see her face completely wet with tears, no individual tear could be identified.

 

November 18, 2018 3:05 pm  #53


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

Amans lacrimae wrote:

Yes, emotional tears are chemically different, I think they are thicker because of the chemicals that are released, in my experience emotional tears are usually bigger, sometimes slower (depending on the amount) and leave a more visible trail.
I am surprised your girlfriend’s tears run down the same path even when crying profusely, I have a friend who is a very beautiful crier, when she cries lightly there is a single path on each eye and all her tears follow it, but when she is crying harder, sobbing, I have seen up to four tear streaks on each of her eyes, and only once did I see her face completely wet with tears, no individual tear could be identified.

I think it's because she doesn't sob too much, if at all, and that she doesn't blink or close her eyes much. There was this one occasion when she was crying really hard (probably the hardest she ever cried), and she was sobbing a bit and also closed her eyes when her eyes were full of tears, and this sent multiple streaks down her cheeks. But in general, she has her eyes open while crying, so her tears just run down in whichever direction gravity takes them.

 

November 18, 2018 3:31 pm  #54


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

SparklingEyes wrote:

I think it's because she doesn't sob too much, if at all, and that she doesn't blink or close her eyes much. There was this one occasion when she was crying really hard (probably the hardest she ever cried), and she was sobbing a bit and also closed her eyes when her eyes were full of tears, and this sent multiple streaks down her cheeks. But in general, she has her eyes open while crying, so her tears just run down in whichever direction gravity takes them.

Interesting, you may be right, I will put more attention when she blinks. Seems once gravity sends the first tear the rest follow for some strange reason, I guess that all her tears go to the middle of her eye, unless a large one forms elsewhere all will follow, right?

 

November 18, 2018 4:07 pm  #55


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

Amans lacrimae wrote:

SparklingEyes wrote:

I think it's because she doesn't sob too much, if at all, and that she doesn't blink or close her eyes much. There was this one occasion when she was crying really hard (probably the hardest she ever cried), and she was sobbing a bit and also closed her eyes when her eyes were full of tears, and this sent multiple streaks down her cheeks. But in general, she has her eyes open while crying, so her tears just run down in whichever direction gravity takes them.

Interesting, you may be right, I will put more attention when she blinks. Seems once gravity sends the first tear the rest follow for some strange reason, I guess that all her tears go to the middle of her eye, unless a large one forms elsewhere all will follow, right?

It depends on the position that her head is in. If her head is straight, then yeah, the tears run down from the middle of the eye, but there are times when she's crying emotionally that she has her head bent one way or the other, therefore sending tears from one eye down her nose and tears from the other down the side of her face. I'd say that my girlfriend's tears work very similar to this girl's tears in this scene, tear after tear running down the same path unless she tilts her head.

https://youtu.be/BX1O4AgCbxk?list=PLgcw7bEVl7YMomYzMWy0BloB1S2wcYIjo&t=210

And by the way, if internet crushes count, then the girl in the above video is definitely a crush, and I've seen quite a few videos of her tears (I actually discovered her on this forum a few months ago, maybe it was you who posted her videos in the first place, I don't remember). Her name is Hazel Faith and she has a channel of her own where she posts music videos and reaction videos, and some of her reaction videos are extremely tearful. She's quite a profuse crier in real life just as she is in this scene. I only wish that in this particular scene there was more focus on her entire face so that the tears from her left eye are also visible. But anyway, this is kind of like how my girlfriend cries.

 

November 18, 2018 4:23 pm  #56


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

SparklingEyes wrote:

It depends on the position that her head is in. If her head is straight, then yeah, the tears run down from the middle of the eye, but there are times when she's crying emotionally that she has her head bent one way or the other, therefore sending tears from one eye down her nose and tears from the other down the side of her face. I'd say that my girlfriend's tears work very similar to this girl's tears in this scene, tear after tear running down the same path unless she tilts her head.

https://youtu.be/BX1O4AgCbxk?list=PLgcw7bEVl7YMomYzMWy0BloB1S2wcYIjo&t=210

And by the way, if internet crushes count, then the girl in the above video is definitely a crush, and I've seen quite a few videos of her tears (I actually discovered her on this forum a few months ago, maybe it was you who posted her videos in the first place, I don't remember). Her name is Hazel Faith and she has a channel of her own where she posts music videos and reaction videos, and some of her reaction videos are extremely tearful. She's quite a profuse crier in real life just as she is in this scene. I only wish that in this particular scene there was more focus on her entire face so that the tears from her left eye are also visible. But anyway, this is kind of like how my girlfriend cries.

Wow, stunning, I have no words.
And yes, I posted a few of Hazel Faith’s videos, I love how she cries, also she is very beautiful.

 

November 18, 2018 4:49 pm  #57


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

Yes! She's one of my absolute favorites! Love how she's not ashamed to just let her tears flow like that on camera. My only wish is that she'd create a Tik Tok account and post some crying videos there. I don't often have much time for YouTube.

 

November 19, 2018 7:43 am  #58


Re: Have you ever seen one of your crushes cry?

TearOnNose wrote:

Yes. For me it was a girl named Deangela. Since I was in middle school I wanted to watch her cry. I never got to see it happen until till almost 10 years after our high school graduation.

I was over Deangelas house and to make a long story short she got into a verbal argument with her boyfriend. Deangela went outside and was visibly upset. I kinda knew or thought she might cry and I wasn't going to pass up on the opportunity. I go outside and sure enough Deangelas upset. Deangela starts talking to me and a tear comes out her right eye and at the same time a tear comes out her left eye. The tear to the left kinda fell quick. It rolled onto Deangelas nose all the way to the middle. What was so great was the tear streak. You could of seen this tear down the block.Meanwhilebthe tear on the right was sliding very slowly down Deangelas cheek. It took almost 5 mins for the tear to reach her chin. This tear also left a amazing tear streak behind. Anyway Deangela went inside never bothering to wipe her tears until she walked off. So for 5 minutes I was staring at her tear streaked face with bad intentions and packing a "crowbar' 😂. I'm a shitty friend to cause I didn't even hear what she was talking about. Since I've seen Deangela cry probably 7x. She never disappoints neither.

Glad you got to see her cry at that stage of your life, I am curious about the tear streak, was the tear a large tear so it left a broad streak? Was it the lighting that made it look that way.
Did you wipe her tear streaks by any chance? Did she have just a single streak on each cheek or multiple were made?

 

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