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March 21, 2022 11:44 am  #11


Re: favorite crying word(s)

I guess I just like the words tears and crying. Especially if there's a reference to tears in someone's eyes or tears falling from their eyes or running down their face/cheeks. I also like phrases like, "Her eyes began to water", "She started tearing up", etc. Descriptions of crying that don't explicitly mention tears aren't too great for me, like, if someone is described as "sobbing", I don't really feel anything related to dacryphilia as sobbing is just not my thing. However, saying someone is "emotional", with a connotation that they are in tears, is something I like.

 

March 27, 2022 4:40 pm  #12


Re: favorite crying word(s)

What I think the most about it is "produce", "volume", "landing" or "splashing" while speaking about tears, obviously...
I'm more into the physics about it rather than the emotions itself, actually. Also, stuff like "shedding", "falling" and "gathering" or "growing", for instance...

Last edited by Massivetearslover (March 27, 2022 4:42 pm)


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March 30, 2022 4:22 pm  #13


Re: favorite crying word(s)

I like words related to how crying affects the whole body, like "shaking," "trembling," or "collapse into __'s arms."

 

April 11, 2022 5:35 am  #14


Re: favorite crying word(s)

"drippy", because it is often implying, that someone is crying pretty tearfull.

 

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