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Crying Discussion » The best obs of my life! Ever. » November 18, 2020 5:41 am

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cray stinger wrote:

Amans lacrimae wrote:

Wonderful obs, I am surprised how she shed such an amount of tears and they were able to flow down the same streak. I guess it would have been even more amazing had you had any active role in it (not a third party observer).

I guess it's not that uncommon (lots of tears running down the same streak, I mean) based on some of the videos I've watched, but seeing it in real life for I'd dare say the first time (I say this because I honestly don't remember ever seeing anyone shed so much tears before) was something to be sure. And I personally don't mind being a passive observer, I actually like seeing girls wipe their own tears with their fingers, and also I'm too shy to even shake a girl's hand properly, my girlfriend is literally the only girl I'm comfortable hugging and wiping tears from, so it honestly wasn't a big deal.

Great obs, and I concur, it definitely isn't uncommon for tears to run down the same streak, that's how I usually cry. And as someone who likes being comforted, though you say you hesitate to hug and comfort anyone but your girlfriend (which I find so sweet and admirable!), I still like how you've described your feelings of compassion and empathy for the girl who was crying.
 

Crying Videos » Started a Crying Girl Supercut YouTube Channel » November 18, 2020 5:35 am

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OnlyTears wrote:

Hi guys!

You probably don't know me because I haven't posted much and have been dormant for ages, but I have an exciting announcement: I've launched a YouTube crying supercut channel! The first video is for a favourite of mine: Brazilian actress Bruna Marquezine in the telenovela 'Em Familia.' I've done an enormous video that covers all 90(!) of her crying scenes from that show:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7Bm_NQeyXY

Please do subscribe if you want to see more in future!


Now the full story:

So obviously this took a while, but I'll explain where my head's at. Despite being dormant on this forum I've remained obsessed with crying scenes and tears. This obsession led to hoarding; I've been skimming countless TV shows (especially novelas) collecting and noting down all the crying I could find. Admittedly not a healthy habit but with all the craziness going on in the world this year it's been a comforting time-sink.

I realised I've been stumbling upon huge gold mines of material that haven't been spoken about on this site but also can't easily be shared (due to not often being available directly on YouTube)

So that's where the supercuts idea came from. My editing style might not be to everyone's taste but I personally enjoy the rapid cutting of different teardrops. (I've tried quite obsessively to capture and document every visible tear movement; as you can see in this google sheet which I hope will help anyone who wants to seek out the full scenes). The editing is also a necessity due to YouTube content ID; so by presenting fast moving supercuts rather than untouched scenes I'm hoping it counts as transformative. Some videos probably still will get flagged but I'll... deal with that when I need to.

So for now... enjoy! I have an enormous backlog of supercut edits to get through and it will take time; for my own sanity I won't let thi

Crying Discussion » how do you talk about your dacryphilia to non-dacs? » November 18, 2020 5:30 am

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I haven't really shared it with anyone except Conn and he's a "dac" (more so than me because he likes actual tears whereas I'm into comforting and being comforted, though I do like having tears run down my face). And as far as I know, he hasn't shared it with anyone else but me, but I guess if either of us was to ever share it with others, it might not be very different from how it went between us, because neither of us knew that the other was a dac until we shared it with each other (you can read about that here).

Crying Discussion » Our very first obs :) » October 28, 2020 1:44 pm

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Hey Massivetearslover, so, yes, I have noticed a few times tears kind of forming a sort of a puddle on tables (and also wet patches on cloth, especially my pillow and my shirt). Regarding how big, it's hard to say, I don't know, maybe if you were to squish your fingers together and trace like a circle around your fingertips, about that size. How frequently, I don't particularly pay attention to it as I'm more interested in having my tears wiped and being comforted (and just feeling the tears and wiping them with my pillow if I'm crying alone), and Conn (who's not my boyfriend, by the way) likes to just admire the tears flowing down my cheeks and wiping them. Good to know you liked our obs!
- Jess

Crying Discussion » New and I want people to watch me cry » October 28, 2020 1:33 pm

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PittyParty wrote:

reptongeek wrote:

What is arousing about someone watching you cry?. Are you aroused by your own tears running down your cheeks?

I love the feeling of my eyes welling up and feeling my warm tears on my high cheekbones

I like the feeling of my tears too, though my favourite part is having them wiped. But when I'm crying alone, the feeling of the tears running down my face is just somehow so soothing and is like the second best thing to someone wiping my tears and caressing my face.
- Jess

Crying Videos » My youtube playlists » October 17, 2020 12:29 am

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Jess and I have been watching these and purposehans's playlists for the last month or so. Please post here if you create new playlists. Thanks!

Crying Videos » My Youtube Playlists » October 17, 2020 12:27 am

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Jess and I have been watching these for the last few weeks. Have you added any new ones? Please post if you end up reorganising the videos by categories. Thanks!

Crying Discussion » Conn's first time crying in front of Jess » October 17, 2020 12:18 am

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As requested, here's the obs from the first time I cried in front of Jess.
Conn's perspective
This was about a month and a half after our first obs, and Jess and I'd grown really close, especially after we'd confessed our dacryphilia to each other. Anyway, I was opening up to her about something deeply personal and as I was sharing, I choked up and my eyes began to water. Instinct told me to quickly blink my tears away, but at the same time, I knew Jess would love to comfort me, so I looked at her with my teary eyes (I believe my lips were quivering as well, I can't cry without expression and without choking up like she can). Jess immediately wrapped her arm around me, and that made me let out a sob, and the sob made me blink, which sent a tear down my right cheek. She wiped it immediately with her fingers, and wiped my other eye as well, and drew me in for a nice, tight hug. I was trying hard to control my sobs and my eyes were closed, and a couple of tears slowly left my closed eyes and ran down to about halfway down my face. I did quickly regain composure, and didn't feel anymore tears coming, so I drew myself out of the hug so that Jess could wipe my tears before they dried up, which she did, and we hugged again for a couple of minutes and I finished my story without any more tears (though I choked up a couple of times).
Jess's perspective
He's said everything, one thing I'd probably add is that him crying was unexpected and I was a bit shocked, and I think the shock prevented me from crying (what he shared was sad enough to make me cry, and seeing him cry made me sad as well, so to this day, I don't know how I didn't cry, I can only attribute my lack of tears to my shock of seeing Conn in tears).

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