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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    lol i don't think it was somehow
    think what you like :rolleyes:
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    I do anything Katie tells me. I'm easily influenced.
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    (Original post by Gimp)
    I do anything Katie tells me. I'm easily influenced.
    naive*
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    naive*
    the wink indicates a private joke
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    naive*
    frivolous*
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    the wink indicates a private joke
    i don't understand, but ok
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    frivolous*
    LOL
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    Again, this is the sort of question its hard for a guy to answer without sounding really bad.
    Especially with the answer i give.
    I'm not confident enough to post what i would post as my answer, but i can say that large flamethrowers, when turned on, and facing me, do make me cry a little.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Again, this is the sort of question its hard for a guy to answer without sounding really bad.
    Especially with the answer i give.
    I'm not confident enough to post what i would post as my answer, but i can say that large flamethrowers, when turned on, and facing me, do make me cry a little.
    Post it

    I never cry. But I guess I would if say one of my friends or family died.

    I do however, cry with laughter. I was doing so today
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Post it

    I never cry. But I guess I would if say one of my friends or family died.

    I do however, cry with laughter. I was doing so today
    ....

    Well one of the things i cry for, is wierdly, computer games.
    I find them alot more emotive than films or books, because you actually become the character, and relate to them more and stuff.
    For example, i couldn't stop myself crying at the end of final fantasy X because of the way Tidus leaves Yuna.

    The other main thing is.... no, i really can't bring myself to write it.
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    I can go ages without even getting tearful, but when it rains..it pours

    Nah, im a sucker for any kind of sad moments that appear in movies.
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    I don't cry much, for a girl. However...

    "The winner takes it all" by Abba makes me cry whenever I listen to it. Especially this bit:

    "But tell me, does she kiss like I used to kiss you?
    Does it feel the same when she calls your name?
    Somewhere deep inside you must know I miss you.
    But what can I say? Rules must be obeyed."

    I'm welling up!
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    ....

    Well one of the things i cry for, is wierdly, computer games.
    I find them alot more emotive than films or books, because you actually become the character, and relate to them more and stuff.
    For example, i couldn't stop myself crying at the end of final fantasy X because of the way Tidus leaves Yuna.

    The other main thing is.... no, i really can't bring myself to write it.
    That's slightly different. Although it is very sweet

    And the other is?
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    That's slightly different. Although it is very sweet

    And the other is?
    Dammit! This is really frustrating.
    I always allow myself to get drawn into answering this sort of thing, merely by saying i wont.
    And how could i refuse?

    The other is, put simply, love stories.
    Not the same old convoluted stories about some improbable situation, or some tired list of cliche's.
    Just, in whatever form it is, if i feel that true love is there, i can't help myself.
    I don't know whether i cry because of the happy emotions that love has, or the sad emotions that i will never experience love, but whatever it is, i always find it hard to stop myself.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Dammit! This is really frustrating.
    I always allow myself to get drawn into answering this sort of thing, merely by saying i wont.
    And how could i refuse?

    The other is, put simply, love stories.
    Not the same old convoluted stories about some improbable situation, or some tired list of cliche's.
    Just, in whatever form it is, if i feel that true love is there, i can't help myself.
    I don't know whether i cry because of the happy emotions that love has, or the sad emotions that i will never experience love, but whatever it is, i always find it hard to stop myself.
    What's wrong with that?

    You sound as if you're a true book read, analytical chap... who just gets to know the characters and can feel their emotions. Aww.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    What's wrong with that?

    You sound as if you're a true book read, analytical chap... who just gets to know the characters and can feel their emotions. Aww.
    I know, and i hate it sometimes.
    Being like that means that i'm sad alot of the time, when i really shouldn't be, and its made me feel really bad about myself, because its like i have to live other peoples lives, and can't live my own, because i feel so empathetic towards them.

    And it certainly isn't the sort of thing i should admit to.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    I know, and i hate it sometimes.
    Being like that means that i'm sad alot of the time, when i really shouldn't be, and its made me feel really bad about myself, because its like i have to live other peoples lives, and can't live my own, because i feel so empathetic towards them.

    And it certainly isn't the sort of thing i should admit to.
    No, that's what you should do if you want to let others see your emotions, rather than reading about them. :cool:

    I say, write a book
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    No, that's what you should do if you want to let others see your emotions, rather than reading about them. :cool:

    I say, write a book
    I know, but i'm not confident enough to.

    I prefer songwriting personally, because it takes less time, and poetry from time to time as well.
    I've tried writing a book, but its not really a good time to do it, right in the middle of exam revision (or revision breaks, revision break preparation, then a breather from the revisiojn break etc. as they turn out to be).
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