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What is the longest you have cried for and why?
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Probably on and off for around 45 mins.
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Maybe half a day, on and off. It was the day my parents dropped me off at my uni accommodation in the second year. The first year/time it wasn't as bad but this time I guess I realised how much they'd done for me and helped me set up there etc. :moon:
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Maybe half a day, on and off. It was the day my parents dropped me off at my uni accommodation in the second year. The first year/time it wasn't as bad but this time I guess I realised how much they'd done for me and helped me set up there etc. :moon:
You cried because your parents dropped you off at uni?1!?!


Lol cannot wait until you get into the real world. You are gonna be shark food.
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You cried because your parents dropped you off at uni?1!?!


Lol cannot wait until you get into the real world. You are gonna be shark food.
Crying is an emotional release, it doesn't make someone weak or "shark food".
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You cried because your parents dropped you off at uni?1!?!


Lol cannot wait until you get into the real world. You are gonna be shark food.
I think you only read or understood half of my post

I don't see how you've come to that conclusion, but I'll let you know in a few years once I get into the 'real world'.
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I would not be smiling about crying for 2 hours.
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I don't even know what I was crying about now, lol.
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Crying is an emotional release, it doesn't make someone weak or "shark food".
Lol I bet your parents also gave you a medal when you came last place in the race.
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Lol I bet your parents also gave you a medal when you came last place in the race.
No, I have never won anything in my life. Why do you think I am crying.
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Lol I bet your parents also gave you a medal when you came last place in the race.
I bet you never got any medals.
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I would not be smiling about crying for 2 hours.
I keep things down inside me for weeks and months, crying is me emotionally releasing it. So I feel better after it.
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Lol I bet your parents also gave you a medal when you came last place in the race.
I guess yours disowned you for it...
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I cry in short bursts on the rare occasion that I do... I call it machine gun crying.
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Lol I bet your parents also gave you a medal when you came last place in the race.
OMG you need to grow a heart Nidhoggr!
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The most I cried was when I was 13 and I was leaving Canada and my family there after staying there the whole summer without my parents. I cried when I hugged everyone goodbye at the house, then all through the car journey to the airport, then at the airport, then on the plane, then I stopped for a bit, I saw my parents at heathrow and cried some more, then I cried when I got into the shower at home, and then I cried myself to sleep.

I actually cried the next day too because I missed everyone so much.


I would say it was a good 48 hours of crying XDD
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I cried a lot when my great grandma passed away. At times it seemed like, out of the whole family, I was the only one that was sobbing! People were just having normal conversations
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I cried on and off for the entire day when i found out my dad had cancer :frown:
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I cried on and off for the entire day when i found out my dad had cancer :frown:
:hugs: it is one of the worst things in the world to hear.
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