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Strong men also cry

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Sometimes Beckett's "Company" gets me a bit misty. Generally, though, only music really has the ability to make me tear up.
 

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"Hey, Dad? You wanna have a catch?"
 

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Originally Posted by shoreman1782
I cried when my wife was fake kidnapped and I was preparing to courier the ransom money to the kidnappers through an intermediary who shared my last name.

Bunny... She is the light of my life.

Edit: Seriously, though, a lot of movies get me choked up. I'm a pansy. Also, oddly enough, on the right occasion, the bluegrass version of Richard Thompson's "Vincent Black Lighting 1952," and Wilco's Mermaid Avenue version of Woody Guthrie's "Do You Remember the Mountain Bed."


Ahh...another Del fan!

I cried like a baby when I had to put my dog to sleep. I just lost it.....I had that dog for 12 years and raised her from a pup. I thanked her for everything and stayed with her to the end. Just like she would have done for me. I still get a funny feeling thinking about it.

I didn't cry when I got divorced. What does that tell you?
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Originally Posted by Thomas
Movies - In the Name of the Father - the scene outside the prison after Paddy's death.

Ditto. Very emotional.
 

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Originally Posted by Aaron
I cried when I had to leave a woman I fell in love with while backpacking in Europe.

Hi Aaron-

are you still in love with her?
 

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Originally Posted by wilson brother
Hi Aaron-

are you still in love with her?


Wilson Brother,

The movie Love Actually, have you seen it? You will enjoy and perhaps shed a tear.
 

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I got a little foggy eyed watching the movie Hardball when the little kid's brother gets shot. Yep, a friggin Keanu Reeves movie. Ha.
 

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Originally Posted by Aaron
I cried when I had to leave a woman I fell in love with while backpacking in Europe.
Doesn't this happen to everyone? First time I visited Vienna I lived "Before Sunrise" without knowing it until I saw the film a few months later. Really eerie how closely everything matched up, save for the fact that at sunrise when I had to leave the city...she ended up following me.
 

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Originally Posted by blackgrass
I cried like a baby when I had to put my dog to sleep. I just lost it.....I had that dog for 12 years and raised her from a pup.
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I didn't cry when I got divorced. What does that tell you?
I'm thinking I'll be dancing in the streets when my divorce is finally done.
 

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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I'm thinking I'll be dancing in the streets when my divorce is finally done.

I'll see if I can drag ****** out there and dance with you, a little solidarity celbration.
 

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I always get a little misty at the end of Rocky, when he's just had his ass kicked and he's shouting, "Adrian!".

Great movie.
 

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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I'm thinking I'll be dancing in the streets when my divorce is finally done.
Let's go cruising for chicks. You can take the mother and I'll take the daughter.
 

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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
Let's go cruising for chicks. You can take the mother and I'll take the daughter.
I'm there.
 

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ESPN SportsCentury, The Bo Jackson Story

The end of Return Of The Jedi, when Darth Vader asks Luke to take off his mask so that he can see his son

Lee Greenwood's performance of God Bless the U.S.A.
 

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