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Crying Fiction » Human GPS - an ARO » April 17, 2021 4:56 pm

A similar thing has happened to me in real life, early last year, before corona, I was traveling from my college to my hometown at night, and fell asleep in the bus, as did most other people, including the girl who cried in this story. I set an alarm to wake up at around the time the bus would reach my hometown, and this other girl, also from my college, is from the neighbouring town which the bus passes through to get to my hometown. It seems like she slept through the bus stopping at the bus stand in her hometown, and when she woke up, the bus was already at my hometown, so she started freaking out and crying. She now not only had missed her stop, but she also had to pay extra because she'd travelled for longer, which meant that she didn't have enough money to catch another bus to go back to her hometown. On top of that, it seems like her phone was either dead, or she couldn't get any signal as phone networks in India can be bad. As her collegemate, I decided to help her, and I gave her my phone so that she could call her dad, and also gave her some money to catch a bus back home. She was crying throughout, tears rapidly pouring down her cheeks. Of course, my story doesn't end with me getting invited to her house or drinking hot chocolate, but I did stay with her till she stopped crying and bid her goodbye, so I got to see a lot of tears plus also help out someone in need, so a double win!

Crying Discussion » I am not sure if I am a sort of 'subtype' or dacryphilia or not.... » April 17, 2021 4:40 pm

cray stinger wrote:

I'm pretty much the exact opposite, I like the tears themselves, and feel that tears can make an otherwise normal, not super attractive woman look really beautiful. I actually prefer tears caused by non-emotional factors like yawning or staring without blinking. I'm definitely way more comfortable watching acting crying videos than vlogs. I do like reaction videos as they are sort of a trade-off between real crying but not too serious emotions. I don't feel comfortable watching vlogs where girls are crying for extremely sad reasons like a loved one dying, being diagnosed with some serious illness, etc., though I don't mind portrayals of these in acting.

I can relate to this, I very much prefer the visual beauty of tears than anything else. I'm not as picky about the reason behind the tears, but I think I too won't be too comfortable if a girl is too sad or heartbroken. When I watch vlogs, I try to watch it on mute and don't read the description or comments to see why the girl is crying.

Crying Discussion » Story of helping friend make crying TikTok videos » April 17, 2021 4:34 pm

It isn't that surprising, this girl has been my friend for most of my life, we have been classmates since we were about 8 years old, and I have seen her cry, and the crying videos on Tik Tok was already a trend among many youth anyway. I have certainly wished I could wipe her, and many other girls' tears, but the cultural taboo surrounding touching someone of the opposite sex stops me.

Introduce Yourself » Self-introduction » April 17, 2021 4:28 pm

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It's interesting to see the differences between different cultures. I haven't watched Mexican soap operas, but in my opinion, based on what I have watched, I think serials from Philippines are the most tearful, and India and Pakistan are in second place, and then Korean and Turkish. I might change my mind if I watch some Mexican serials, do you have any suggestions?

Crying Discussion » Story of helping friend make crying TikTok videos » April 12, 2021 11:20 am

This is not one specific story or obs, but from a period of time. This girl is my friend and was my classmate in school and we used to spend a lot of time together studying as we also lived nearby. This was two years ago, before corona. One day, when we were just taking a break, and she asked me to help her film a Tik Tok video as her phone's front camera was not as good as the back camera and she wanted to post good quality videos, so I filmed a few videos for her, but at that time, she did not cry. At this time, I also didn't know about all the crying videos on Tik Tok.

I helped her like this a few times, and then one time, she asked me to take a video of her crying, to wait till the tears were about to drop from her eyes and take the video. I was really happy as I've seen her cry a few times before and she sheds many tears. I was curious to see how she would make herself cry, she did it by just not blinking and fanning her eyes with her hands, and tears started coming from her eyes. We did a few videos that day, so I saw her shed many tears.

Then, over the next few months, we did many such videos together, both crying videos and non-crying videos. Nowadays, due to studying in different colleges and corona lockdowns and Tik Tok being banned in India, we haven't been meeting much, so it has been about a year since I last saw her cry. But it was great to see her make those crying videos live. Through her, I discovered Tik Tok and thousands of other crying videos, though sadly it has now been banned. Sometimes, I try to access online with VPN, but it doesn't always work. But, this is my story of how I helped my friend make crying Tik Tok videos. Hope you liked it. Thank you for reading.

Crying Discussion » What do you feel when seeing someone cry? » April 12, 2021 11:02 am

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I think I feel sorry for whoever is crying unless they are just being whiny and manipulative while also feeling in some kind of attraction if it is a girl crying.

Crying Videos » Just some random vids » April 12, 2021 10:54 am

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I don't understand German, but the tears were nice. I think Japanese girls cry even more than Indian girls based on what I've seen on YouTube. This Japanese channel has many crying videos similar to the supercut channel, but shorter videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lAx_aKrEVPgFpx-cvbVCg/videos
 

Crying Discussion » Story of my class girls crying at school farewell » April 12, 2021 10:49 am

TorNorth wrote:

Graduation is always a lucrative event for observations! The first one that sobbed, did she have a lip curl?

It wasn't exactly a graduation, for school, we don't have a graduation ceremony like in colleges, instead, in our school at least, we have a farewell party about two weeks before the final exams. But I have heard stories of girls from other years, that is, our seniors, also crying during their farewells. I don't fully understand what a lip curl is, I've seen it mentioned on this website a few times but don't fully understand, so I cannot say for sure. I usually only pay attention to the eyes and the tears.

Crying Discussion » Story of my class girls crying at school farewell » April 12, 2021 10:46 am

Amans lacrimae wrote:

I see you are a good observer, you noticed that the first girl shed more tears and sobbed while the second shed only a couple of tears and did not sob. I find it interesting how the third girl hugged them (you previously mentioned hugging was seen with bad eyes) and more than one comforted them, I'll assume they patted their shoulders or caressed their hair (if touching the face is seen wrong).

Thank you for sharing, do you behave the same way (not touching) when the girl is crying to you and there is nobody witnessing? Have you ever cried in front of a girl (after you turned into your teens)?

Thank you, it was easy to notice, I was standing close by. It is okay for girls to hug other girls and boys to hug other boys, just not a girl and a boy.

When a girl is crying in front of me and we are alone, which has happened only about three times as far as I can remember, one time it was because I was arguing with this girl and when she started crying, I just asked her to calm down and apologised for hurting her feelings. The other two times, it was a good friend and it was while she was going through some family drama, and I just listened to her talk without saying much, one time she cried quietly with just tears coming out of her eyes, another time she sobbed and was crying badly, and I just spoke some comforting words.

I haven't cried in front of a girl since becoming a teenager. I cried in front of a male friend once, in front of my parents one and alone once as far as I can remember, I don't remember too much about my own crying or other boys or men crying, it's only girls crying that interests me.

Introduce Yourself » Self-introduction » April 12, 2021 10:38 am

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truffle wrote:

Welcome!!! We have quite a few people of south asian descent on this forum.

I see you've already written a fantastic story as well. Looking forward to reading more from you!

Oh, really? I didn't know that! I thought that most people were from the western world. Interesting to know that there are people from my region.

I have plenty of stories, would love to share more. I'm just very busy with studies, so I might not be able to post regularly.

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