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  • Syrette 16 Sep 2009 12:59:59 43,232 posts
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    Mr Sleep wrote:
    Fry's dog, right?

    Fry's dog, Fry's brother, Leela's parents.

  • danathjo 16 Sep 2009 13:00:08 7,309 posts
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    I'm always on the verge of tears when watching X-Factor....I really hate the sob stories but once they start singing out thier heart..*sob*
  • kalel 16 Sep 2009 13:00:25 86,798 posts
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    I creid at Breaking the Waves. That was the single time as an adult a film has brought me to tears.
  • bigshot316 16 Sep 2009 13:02:23 23,557 posts
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    foreverafternothing wrote:
    Mr Sleep wrote:
    Fry's dog, right?

    Fry's dog,

    Oh my God I cried my eyes out at this ep!
  • Syrette 16 Sep 2009 13:02:24 43,232 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    I creid at Breaking the Waves. That was the single time as an adult a film has brought me to tears.

    My number one most uncomfortable film to watch, and I've seen some messed up movies.

    Dancer in the Dark is similarly depressing and moving.

  • BillMurray 16 Sep 2009 13:03:51 7,690 posts
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    Tonka wrote:
    I cried at the memory loss scene in Wall-E.
    And Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    o/

    Another one here.
  • RabidChild 16 Sep 2009 13:04:52 2,292 posts
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    I cry every time I watch Amelie or A Very Long Engagement or Mulholland Dr.

    I really, really like America's Next Top Model.

    I'm obsessed with Warhammer 40k at the moment, too.
  • kalel 16 Sep 2009 13:05:11 86,798 posts
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    foreverafternothing wrote:
    kalel wrote:
    I creid at Breaking the Waves. That was the single time as an adult a film has brought me to tears.

    My number one most uncomfortable film to watch, and I've seen some messed up movies.

    Dancer in the Dark is similarly depressing and moving.

    Yeah, Dancer in the Dark is the spiritual sequel really. Didn't make me cry that one, I felt it was a little bit more manipulative than Breaking the Waves and thus slightly less upsetting, but still an incredibly sad film.
  • mcmonkeyplc 16 Sep 2009 13:06:11 39,411 posts
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    Gatacca makes me well up all the time..BUT I NEVER CRY! I AM MAN

    Come and get it cumslingers!

  • cubbymoore 16 Sep 2009 13:08:08 36,478 posts
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    While watching Prisoner of Azkaban I thought "I would".
  • gallow 16 Sep 2009 13:09:28 484 posts
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    I have no interest in guitar based music.
  • megastar 16 Sep 2009 13:10:55 17,176 posts
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    If I see someone has left bits of Toast in the butter I become overcome with rage, like almost insane. WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?? WHY?
  • kungfubob 16 Sep 2009 13:11:31 160 posts
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    I think hip-hop,R&B and dance music is for under-developed in-bred retards. Night clubs and x-factor auditions would make perfect places to easily gas thousands of these mindless fucking apes .
  • pinkds 16 Sep 2009 13:12:36 1,604 posts
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    I hate it when my mum leaves the tin foil cover on the margarine tub even thought it has a lid too.
  • Syrette 16 Sep 2009 13:13:21 43,232 posts
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    kungfubob wrote:
    I think hip-hop,R&B and dance music is for under-developed in-bred retards. Night clubs and x-factor auditions would make perfect places to easily gas thousands of these mindless fucking apes .

    /facepalm

  • danathjo 16 Sep 2009 13:13:44 7,309 posts
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    I think the sound of thick cardboard being torn is the worst sound EVER
  • Lutz 16 Sep 2009 13:15:04 48,854 posts
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    I love the sound of smashing glass.
  • crwoody 16 Sep 2009 13:15:38 2,610 posts
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    blizeH wrote:
    If I'm going to cry at a film or TV show I usually do this weird thing where I kinda laugh my way out of it - usually works :D

    Is that what you did crwoody?

    It is, and I know I'm a nasty person for it.

    But I'm sure I cried after she hit me for it.
  • Syrette 16 Sep 2009 13:15:50 43,232 posts
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    Lutz is wrong when it comes to Incubus.

  • mal 16 Sep 2009 13:15:55 22,414 posts
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    I quite enjoy a little film-related sniffle if I'm watching a weepy on my own. Don't get the urge if I'm watching with other people though.

    Cubby didn't know how to turn off sigs!

  • danathjo 16 Sep 2009 13:16:40 7,309 posts
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    when I was younger I loved the smell of petrol stations
  • Lutz 16 Sep 2009 13:16:45 48,854 posts
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    Last episode of Quantum Leap...

    ;_;
  • terminalterror 16 Sep 2009 13:17:28 18,937 posts
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    cubbymoore wrote:
    While watching Prisoner of Azkaban I thought "I would".

    Well, Gary Oldman is pretty hot...
  • sport 16 Sep 2009 13:22:50 12,675 posts
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    Lutz wrote:
    First episode of Quantum Leap...

    ;_;
  • danathjo 16 Sep 2009 13:22:57 7,309 posts
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    blizeH wrote:
    If I'm going to cry at a film or TV show I usually do this weird thing where I kinda laugh my way out of it - usually works :D
    I kinda do this but more so laugh during sensitive shocking moments, never realised i did it until me and a friend witnessed a car crash and was laughing (not in a haha out loud way, hard to explain) and saw another witness look back at us with a 'why are you laughing' look on his face, felt awful, it's just a natural reaction to the shock of it.
    I remember doing the same when watching 9/11 unfold on the telly.
  • megastar 16 Sep 2009 13:24:02 17,176 posts
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    Lutz wrote:
    Last episode of Quantum Leap...

    ;_;


    :)
  • billythekid 16 Sep 2009 13:24:34 11,098 posts
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    danathjo wrote:
    when I was younger I loved the smell of petrol stations

    Awesome smell! Only surpassed by a two stroke motorbike.
  • pinkds 16 Sep 2009 13:24:36 1,604 posts
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    I still press the pedestrian crossing button even if i'm not crossing.
  • BillMurray 16 Sep 2009 13:25:29 7,690 posts
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    billythekid wrote:
    danathjo wrote:
    when I was younger I loved the smell of petrol stations

    Only surpassed by a two stroke motorbike.

    Absolute best smell evar.
  • Mr_Sleep 16 Sep 2009 13:26:04 16,921 posts
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    danathjo wrote:
    when I was younger I loved the smell of petrol stations

    I still do. Diesel and petrol are awesome smells.

    @pinkds, that sort of behaviour is evil, my girlfriend does it all the time and I always tell her off. So I'm telling you off too! Naughty.

    You are a factory of sadness.

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