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do you REALLY cry at MN threads?

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fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:44:04

I often read( sorry soapy) "i am in tears readng about this"
now with the exception of accounts of losing a baby or the thread " shall I go to the chapel of rest" thread, i just dont see how.
i ma a hard old fish

SenoraPostrophe Thu 23-Jun-05 19:45:33

You're a hard old fish.

Did thomcat's news not bring a tear to your eye after reading about all she's been through?

OTOH perhaps we're all hormonal.

soapbox Thu 23-Jun-05 19:46:02

You are a hard one - frozen fish fingers actually!

I think it is perfectly acceptable to have a tear in one'ws eye following such good news!

So you can just jump back into your packet and get off into the freezer!

Pruni Thu 23-Jun-05 19:46:12

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lou33 Thu 23-Jun-05 19:46:18

once or twice on 5 years, but pretty much not.

dont cry watching films either

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:46:56

No I smiled ad thought woo hoo about tc

EnidHobblingLikeAnOldWoman Thu 23-Jun-05 19:47:00

I did have a tear once reading someones accounts of the trouble they were having with their difficult son - it was so heartrending and I think i was premenstrual.

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:47:50

I do bluub at almost enaything
at school ( god ina governors meeting once) and almost in court recently
have discovered that literally Biting the tip of your toungue works really well

EnidFlyingHighOnPainkillers Thu 23-Jun-05 19:48:59

constantly holding back tears at school things - even the easter hat parade - its the way they all look so serious

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:49:10

pmsl

lou33 Thu 23-Jun-05 19:49:22

i cry when ds2 achieves something new, like seeing him use a sn trike for the first time, and the pride in his face, or through stress.

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:51:29

yes thats ok but not hte story of that blinkig strawberry

soapbox Thu 23-Jun-05 19:54:33

I only really get tearful with good news don't cry often at sad news on MN. Lost babies being the exception

Pruni Thu 23-Jun-05 19:56:27

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lemonice Thu 23-Jun-05 19:56:46

Yes I do, and yes to tc's today...

fairyfly Thu 23-Jun-05 19:57:06

I cried when they found strawberry, it showed me there is hope for everyone

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:57:07

you sad *er
I was just thinking how funny you are at the moment
noe have lost all respect

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:57:21

noooooooooooooooooooooo

ff and youa re the queen of hard

nutcracker Thu 23-Jun-05 19:57:22

Only thread that has ever made me cry was Thomcats today.

In RL though I cry at some odd things.

Took dd1 to see the Tweenies stage show when she was 3 and cried when I saw the look on her face as they came out (blimey, am welling up now).

Also had to struggle to not cry when i took them to see the Snowman.

Oh and assemblies, i struggle with latly too. Dd2 is doing one next week so will take some tissues . Mind you the whole class are gouing to be singing Is this the way to Amarillo, so i'll probably be crying of laughter.

MrsGordonRamsay Thu 23-Jun-05 19:57:37

I used to be hard me............then I had DS [blub]

fishfinger Thu 23-Jun-05 19:58:45

poof

WideWebWitch Thu 23-Jun-05 19:59:46

I do sometimes, not often though. I was a bit sick of Strawberry by the end of it, I mean, it did go on, didn't it?

lou33 Thu 23-Jun-05 20:00:19

lol fishy!

Tinker Thu 23-Jun-05 20:00:42

The strawberry one seemed so ungrateful by the end

lou33 Thu 23-Jun-05 20:01:03

don't think i even read the strawberry thread, or if i did it washed over me

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