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Crying Images » Which movie is this? » Yesterday 8:41 pm

I'd love to see this scene...if anyone knows how to share it.

Crying Images » Which movie is this? » April 17, 2021 1:45 pm

Not sure what that pic is from but its a really amazing pic. Somehow I find it very heart warming yet sad at the same time.

Crying Fiction » Crying reunion » April 12, 2021 9:19 pm

It was a warm spring day. I decided to go out for a walk. Threw on some sweats and quickly headed out. The weather man did say it was supposed to rain later so I didn't want to waste any time. I decided to go a different direction this time. Halfway up the hill I spotted a really cute pug. As I was a dog lover I couldn't help but stop as I walked by. "What a cute dog you have." I said to the gentleman walking him. "Thank you. His name's Pugsley." The gentleman said as I finally looked up.

I couldn't believe my eyes. Was it really Ramon? I wondered to myself. But didn't he live 3,000mi away? "Ramon? I asked slowly half expecting him to call me.crazy. " I was wondering how long it would take you to recognize me." He said. "What are you doing here?" I asked very curiously. Well, I just moved to town a couple weeks ago. Actually, I live just down the block. I got a job offer I couldn't refuse. " He said excitedly.

"what about your wife and daughter? Didn't they move with you?" I asked also excitedly. That's when his expression change. He sighed "Unfortunately, no. My wife had to stay back in Mexico with our daughter. She wanted to finish her last yr of high school with her friends." "That's understandable." I began.

"Hey, I'm having a get together tonight with some friends. We are going to watch a movie on my new big screen. Maybe you'd like to come?" I asked hoping he'd say yes. "Sure." He said as his smile started to return. "I'll text you the address." I said seeing as I already had his number. "Ok see you then." He said as he turned and he and his dog continued up the hill.

Around 8:00pm that night my friends started showing up. First Maria then Kevin then Kourtney and finally Justin. It was 8:15pm by then so I figured Ramon wasn't coming.

I was getting the snacks while everyone was making themselves comfortable on the couch. Just then I heard the doorbell. "Who could that be?" I thought, so startled I dropped the popcorn I was holding. I walked to the door an

Crying Fiction » Siblings » April 3, 2021 8:21 pm

This was really heart wrenching (in a good way). I could picture every detail like I was a fly from above watching the whole accident and aftermath. Those are my favorite tears to wipe (the emotinal ones, which warrant the most comforting,) Hate to see anyone in pain though,; whether it be physical or emotional. (kind of contradictory).

Crying Fiction » A night to remember » April 3, 2021 2:12 am

Amans lacrimae wrote:

Princess_Lucky1731 wrote:

I'm glad you liked it so much. I love how you described what parts you liked and why. Makes me a much more confident writer going forward.

I'd love to have you wipe my tears (virtually works too) does that count for you more willing to cry in front of me (virtually counts too).

I'm glad you are gaining confidence. I'm honored, and honestly pretty excited that you're looking forward to me wiping your tears, I'm pretty sure if the situation arose, after the initial resistance, I would allow you to wipe my tears as well. I could even, if there was no need of crying, produce tears for you to wipe.

Of course I am looking forward to you wiping my tears. It seems you do it just the way I'd like. I'm glad you think of others and tailor each comforting experience to exactly what they like. I'd be honored to wipe your tears as it would be a rare occurrence, which makes it even that more special. You could produce tears for me to wipe? Wow That would be a dream. If the situation ever arose I'd be happy to accept them.

Crying Fiction » A night to remember » April 2, 2021 7:34 pm

Amans lacrimae wrote:

I'm very proud of you, I 'm really glad you decided to post it, see, you have another fan. Keep it up, now that I gave it a read of it all in a single post I noticed this is a first timer for both of them, even though it seems that Justin was used to wipe other's tears, it was the first time he had his tears wiped (and boy did he, several times through the night) and it really surprised me he didn't put too much resistance, seems he liked it from the start. On the other hand, seems that she was eager to see him cry and wipe his tears, and she was very straight forward while doing so, that speaks of a very brave girl (or desperate to wipe someone's tears) as if it had been a very long time since she did it to someone (if ever), situation which turned back on her (fortunate and lovely) when she was enjoying and at the same time feeling sad for her friend and, suddenly, he wiped her tears, I loved the reactions from both, she was startled and he felt as if he did wrong and she didn't like it.

It was quite a tease when he apologized for wiping her tears, then she said she wasn't used to having her tears wiped, I really loved when she smiled and asked him to continue wiping her tears, this gave him the idea that she liked having her tears wiped, which was confirmed when he wiped her tears the second time and she smiled again, even thanking him for wiping her tears, that definitely melts most guys, I personally love when someone lets me know she loved when I wiped her tears. Also, once I have wiped tears from a girl's face I am more confident crying in front of her (even though crying is not an easy thing for me).

Thanks a lot for this fic, looking forward for the next one

I'm glad you liked it so much. I love how you described what parts you liked and why. Makes me a much more confident writer going forward.

I'd love to have you wipe my tears (virtually works too) does that coun

Crying Fiction » A night to remember » March 31, 2021 4:24 am

truffle wrote:

 I just didn’t want this fic to end, and it just kept delivering more, and more, and MORE. I love how Justin made several attempts to take over the role of comforter, briefly succeeded, and then was overwhelmed again by his emotions.
I also love that the narrator wanted to be comforted, but she didn’t need to be comforted. Despite the fact that she was weeping profusely, she was still in complete control of the entire situation. I wish this was easier to do in real life.

This was an incredibly fulfilling read. You should be proud!

 I'm glad you liked the aro so much. At one point I kind of thought it was a bit long.
A friend of mine pushed me to continue writing when there were a couple of parts where I thought it would end. I'm glad he did!
I just wrote it as I wished it. I too wish it was easier to do.

Crying Fiction » A night to remember » March 30, 2021 9:51 pm

I was bored with nothing to do. Both my husband and daughter were going to be away for the night. Figured maybe !y friend Justin would want to hang out. I jumped on Facebook and sent him a message. "Everyone is out for the night. Thought you might like to hang out and catch up. Been a while." No sooner did I send that message did I notice a message on his wall. "My grandpa died. Miss him lots. Rip grandpa."

I couldn't help but message him a second time; this time with my condolences. I really wasn't sure if he'd see it as everyone else was already sending him condolences, but before I knew it my fingers were typing as if on their own. "I'm so sorry for your loss. Feel free to call or text anytime if you need to talk. I'll also be home all night if you want to stop by." No sooner than I sent that message I heard a ding. "It couldn't be." I thought then pushed the thought away as I opened the message. My heart began racing as I read the message. "I'd love to stop by but I must warn you I might cry."

Before I even finished reading the message my fingers began to type. "Ok see you soon." My heart began racing even faster than before.What  if he really does cry? What if I have to comfort him? A huge smile crossed my face. I genuinely loved comforting people and making them feel better.

An hr passed..."Maybe he's not coming." I thought just then the doorbell wrong and snapped me out of my thoughts. I slowly walked to the door not wanting to seem too eager. as I slowly opened the door I was it was him. "Oh, hey!" I said before I got a good look at his face. "Hey." He choked out slowly trying to hide his pain. It was then that I finally looked up and got a good look at his face. His eyes were red and he had visible tear streaks all the way from under his eyes to his chin. Apparently he had made no effort to wipe them. "Come in." I said and grabbed his hand leading him through the hallway and to the living room.

"care to sit down?" I asked as I patted the couch. Withou

Crying Discussion » Another angry obs » March 30, 2021 12:22 am

Amans lacrimae wrote:

I know, angry tears are the ones I least like, I'm glad it was nothing serious. I can picture you with tear streaks from the outer corner of your eyes all the way to your ears and your wobbly chin. How would you have reacted if your tears had been softly wiped? no words, just the gente touch, as if trying to let you know you are understood and it's ok to let yourself feel.

I would have definitely softened. I wouldn't have been so angry anymore and probably would have started crying genuinely sad tears. I also would have smiled at least during part cuz I'd feel much better letting everything out and happy to be comforted.

Crying Discussion » Another angry obs » March 29, 2021 7:58 pm

I hate to post obs of angry tears but it really wasn't anything serious and I really haven't had any decent obs lately so I'll post anyways.

Had a lot of stressful things going on back to back (some on top of each other) the last few weeks. Last night my daughter was acting up and that was the final straw. I got into an argument with her then my husband started in. It was just a lot of yelling and saying mean things we all regretted later. I went into my bedroom to cool off, shutting the door. My husband and daughter stayed in the living room. I layed down on my bed and immediately tears started falling out of the outter corners of both of my eyes.  Two tears dripped to about my ears. Then a few seconds later another two. I has a slight wobbly chin but no lip curl (as I wasn't crying hard enough to have one). When I had finally calmed down enough to be ready to talk to my husband and daughter and apologize and get/give a bit of comforting, I  came out of the bedroom only to find them both asleep on the couch.

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