posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 09:48 PM
a reply to: boymonkey74
I cry, but it takes it's time to get there sometimes.
Cried after every move I've made, because it's never been home to me (plus, moving out the day after graduating school isn't the best, especially
when you know all your friends are at the all-nighter, and your younger generation friends won't see you except for special occasions).
Had a nice long cry 3 days after my first kiss, only because the person that I shared the kiss with ran off, and left my poor memory scarred with her
image (not that I'm complaining too much; at least she was hot, and it was a memorable night, so my tears at the time were an oxymoron, happy for the
memory, but annoyed at the fact she was gone already).
And, because I'm already boring people to tears, I cried in public over my companion for life puppy's death, cried in secret for my parent's
divorce, and have cried over work at least a dozen times.
In short: Yep, I let the tears flow freely, but not to the point where I'm red-eyed all the time.