You instantly cry

(617 Posts)
thebodylovesspring Sun 15-Jun-14 18:36:51

Just listening to Abbas *slipping through my fingers'*and can't avoid crying much to the kids amusement.

Also for me nannas speech to Barbara in the *'Royal family'*when she says she just wished to be with her family and not in a home.

Also Daddy my Daddy in the railway children.

Also opening sequence of up

What's your weak point?

EhricLovesTheBhrothers Sun 15-Jun-14 18:37:42

Children singing. Particularly choirs!

DeepThought Sun 15-Jun-14 18:37:54

Naw

#nails

EhricLovesTheBhrothers Sun 15-Jun-14 18:38:31

Oh yes Up killed me. Who the hell wrote that? Sadists.

WitchWay Sun 15-Jun-14 18:38:35

Everyone cries at "Daddy, my Daddy^ - perfectly normal grin

Tonicandgin Sun 15-Jun-14 18:38:56

Always always cry in 'Love actually' when Liam Neeson's character does the speech at his wife's wedding.

I cry even more since his actual wife died. Poor man

I cry at most things.

I am such a bloody softie.

And yet hard as nails.

<conundrum>

Weathergames Sun 15-Jun-14 18:40:13

When Monica and Chandler got engaged in Friends blush.

WallyBantersJunkBox Sun 15-Jun-14 18:42:27

Oh gosh yes "The Queen of Sheba" is almost unbearable to watch. sad

When they organize a brass band for Bren's Christmas Eve birthday on Dinnerladies....

When I hear a Welsh choir singing particular songs from my childhood.

When I drive over the Severn Bridge. blush

TheRealAmandaClarke Sun 15-Jun-14 18:44:08

Eric Clapton's "tears in heaven"

The opening credits to "terms of endearment"

snakeandpygmy Sun 15-Jun-14 18:44:18

The Little Prince...in fact most of Oscar Wilde's fairy tales. But I am an inveterate sobber and will well up at almost anything

MikeLitoris Sun 15-Jun-14 18:44:36

Any group singing or dancing. Even crap films like street dance 3.

The worst films for making me cry are

7 pounds (will Smith)
Schindlers lost. (the red coat in the pile sad)
Up (first ten mins)
Toy story 3 (last ten min)

Hundreds of songs. Of the top of my head is

Million love songs-take that
Just like a pill-pink
Behind the wall-tracey Chapman
Small Bump-ed Sheeran

stephenmanaganiseverywhere Sun 15-Jun-14 18:45:11

When I drive over the Severn Bridge

In which direction Wally?? grin

KoalaFace Sun 15-Jun-14 18:45:29

Beaches. Jesus the end of that movie is a killer.

Yeah the beginning of Up is so touching and sad.

The last Harry Potter book. Oh and the first Harry Potter book

The Lion King.

Oh god I could go on forever.

What a marshmallow.

LEMmingaround Sun 15-Jun-14 18:45:31

The end of homeward bound/the incredible journey - there was a point I couldn't even describe without my eyes leaking.

WallyBantersJunkBox Sun 15-Jun-14 18:47:29

stephen - both, but for very different reasons... grin

MikeLitoris Sun 15-Jun-14 18:49:52

I tear up coming back over the bridge too. Usually at the toll price though!

What. The Incredible journey? With the dogs and the Siamese cat?

RhinosAreFatUnicorns Sun 15-Jun-14 18:51:31

Black Beauty theme tune - every time. Even DH humming it can make me start to well up.

STOP IT

Programmes like 'surprise, surprise' when long lost family is reunited.

I have to admit the Severn bridge (and other feats of civil engineering) makes me cry too.

Rule the world by take that

WitchWay Sun 15-Jun-14 18:54:45

Agree children's choirs - carol concerts especially

Pretty much any sad bits in films Lassie

WitchWay Sun 15-Jun-14 18:56:18

"Lost love" type stuff in films or songs gets me - I was inconsolable for a good hour after watching "The Bridges of Madison County" blush

Only1scoop Sun 15-Jun-14 18:57:28

Watership Down....

Can't even watch the film anymore....

Just the music sets me off confused

Only1scoop Sun 15-Jun-14 18:58:54

Strangely enough ....Limahl singing 'Never ending story' makes me instantly wail also....

I'm quite odd

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