Ok we're going to get mushy for this one guys. Feel free to not share if you're uncomfortable with this. Tears are outlets for emotional buildups.
What moves you? Anything with family, especially kids for me:
If you've seen the movie, who hasn't, that's a grandfather's love for his GS. That moves me. I saw Mrs. Doubtfire last weekend and when his ex lets
him have access to his kids at the end of the movie, that's another.
Being from a military family there are things that move me that probably wouldn't others. An example:
Well, that's kinda family oriented too. And:
Sometimes just a sound(voice). I HATE this movie but this woman's voice is amazing:
Well that's me, yes I cry. What about you?
ETA: A kick in the nuts doesn't count.
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Reading your post made the back of my eyes sting with tears...I just got back from vacation and I bought my 5yr. old grand daughter a school back pack
and yes it was almost as big as she is...she was so proud of her new back pack as she put it on and modeled it for me...Then I looked at my son (he is
in the USAF) and the look on his face as he stood there and watched the scene unfold...those priceless precious moments...I cry when I feel so Blessed
with my Family...
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Could be my hormones from having a baby but every episode of "Grey's Anatomy."
I started watching it about a month ago and I'm on Season 9 now and half way through. I can't think of ONE episode that didn't make me get all
teary. I mean there should be a warning label at the beginning of this show that states you must have tissues near by. lol I never got emotional with
a tv show, well some episodes of Buffy and Angel but not every episode! I'm gonna blame hormones lol
Oh I also dislike the human society commercials with sad look animals and sappy music playing in the back ground.
When my daughter was 6, my hubby and I took her to see Monster's INC. A cartoon. There is a part in the movie where Sully can no longer see Boo (the
little girl). I looked at my husband and he was sobbing uncontrollably in the theater. I asked him why he was crying, and he said "Kasey (our
daughter) is my boo, and I never want to be in a place where I cannot see her". Kasey took his hand and patted it for the rest of the movie.
The love that those two share moves me to tears regularly. She is now 18, but still calls him "daddy" and still has him wrapped around her finger.
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By the way, ever since that day, his nickname for her has been "BOO". Can I get an AWWWWWW????
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