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    Has a guy ever cried in front of you ?
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    yeah, guys don't usually like to show emotion though
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    My Dad - when we went to see his Grandnmother, and when his Uncle died.
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    no, but i'm a guy myself and if another guy cried in front of me i'd just feel awkward as hell :ahhhhh:
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    Yeah when my dad found out his mum had died
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    not JUST me but i've seen people cry. if it was just me i'd feel weird and leave.
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    Yes. My bf has cried in front of me during bad times such as a loved one dying, arguments etc but also heavily broke his heart at The Notebook.

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    Yes. 8 years later I still despise the person that put him in that situation.
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    Yes, some situations are very emotional.
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    No. Men don't have feelings.
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    (Original post by iammeyouareyou)
    No. Men don't have feelings.
    Wicked girl. Interesting how Churchill managed to be both a model of strength and regularly cried in public, in meetings, on live broadcasts etc. It can be symptomatic of sentimentality, and I suspect it probably is for most women, but it can also be symptomatic of great emotional depth.
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    Generally guys tend to only show emotions like crying when it's socially acceptable tbh. It's socially acceptable for a guy to cry over the death of a loved one for instance.

    So you cry privately instead lol

    ^ or at least that's what it is for me...
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    Yes. My dad when my uncle died.. and my boyfriend when he watched Up
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    My boyfriend


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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    Wicked girl. Interesting how Churchill managed to be both a model of strength and regularly cried in public, in meetings, on live broadcasts etc. It can be symptomatic of sentimentality, and I suspect it probably is for most women, but it can also be symptomatic of great emotional depth.
    This has been most insightful Lord B.
    So Churchill was a woman trapped inside a man's body?
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    (Original post by iammeyouareyou)
    This has been most insightful Lord B.
    So Churchill was a woman trapped inside a man's body?
    I am not going to dignify that idiotic question with a response.
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    No. No one talks to me let alone cries to me

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    Yes - but only (male) family members.

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    my ex, he cried when we younger after we were intimate with one another.
 
 
 
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