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Zoicite☆For all I carry are murdered
The end of Kobato made me sob like a baby. I swear the last two episodes I was sniffling like there was no tomorrow. (see that's me, I get teary when it comes to pairings I love or characters.. don't ask me about THE END OF THE 'HIS DARK MATERIALS' BOOKS). But at the very least fujimoto and kobato got to be together at the very end.. it was wonderful. You know, you never know what you have til it's gone, but really Fujimoto was lucky in the fact that it came back to him.. at the very end and really where he could appreciate it.

So F-list, what do YOU cry at? Any particular series or such that was a real tear-jerker to you? I get sad easily when it comes to stories and I'll always go for the POIGNANT end.


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Oh god, the end of the Dark Materials books got me really hard too. There was also a time when the big fight between Sasuke and Naruto made me cry a lot. Also one of the big scenes in Hikaru no Go. UM I think the last time, though, was The Orphanage. THAT MOVIE

Oh "His Dark Materials". I swear that when Lyra and Will had to part. Well a funny story was that I was at work and I was listening to it via audiobook. It comes and I just burst into TEARS. And while I was stocking the cereal aisle in grocery, my co-worker Sue comes around and goes "What the hell are you crying for, you whore!" and then I started to laugh through my tears (I don't know why everyone calls me a whore at work, it's probably because I'm friendly.. or something)

Haha I get called heartless because I never cry over anything. =w=;; I cry maybe once a year, if that...

The only thing that can make me cry is animal abuse. Torture an animal and I'm a sobbing mess.;;

I get sick to my stomach when I see animal torture.. tears don't fallbut my stomach probably feels like it could come out my throat.

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The first show I remember crying at the end of was the anime version of "TheLittle Mermaid" and since then, the need to cry at the end of movies have been hardwired in me. >.?>

I don't know about Paradise Kiss but there are SEVERAL SPOTS IN NANA WHERE I WANTED TO LET LOOSE WITH TEARS

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You need to warn for spoilers, woman! :P

But nah, it's no big deal. I've only watched up to ep 18 so far, but it's pretty obvious what's going to happen. The series is so ridiculously cute that I can hardly take it.

As far as what's made me cry in anime... I don't think anything yet, actually, but there were a few sniffle worthy moments in NANA.

EDIT: I LIE. There were definite tears at the end of Ai no Kusabi. Maybe not crying, but definite tears.

Edited at 2010-03-26 06:24 am (UTC)

Oh oh oh.. but but the series never gives any HINT as to what is going to happen, and I'm not going to ruin the KICKER. *Oh, you silly clamp!*

And yes, the series is cute on a POPCICLE STICK!

Fullmetal Alchemist has made me tear up at so many different points. I love it though.

Yeah I remember crying when my favorite character cried -_-

oh man...I'm not a crier that much (as in, almost never), but some series just KILLED ME

I remember tearing up the first time around when ____ died in Full Metal Alchemist (you know who)...hmm, but that was forever ago. OH- dude, it was completely unexpected, but I teared up during most of Natsume Yuujinchou's episodes, if not CRIED MANLY TEARS.

Thinkinggg most recently, I've been rewatching Gundam 00. I CRY AT EVERYTHING. The Neil thing? BAWLED THE ENTIRE EP, ALMOST. "Friends" comes on on my winamp, or I see the Friends ED? TEARING UP at the LEAST. The Neil thing aside, I think it's mostly because I remember watching it nearly every week for 6 months when it was airing, and how emotional it was to watch it at the same time as my JP bros ; A ;

I may or may not have teared up and been a little miserable when I thought the SZS anime was ending for good, haha. ; 3 ; don't judge me

ME TOO. (I cried at that certain part of FMA *because he was my favorite character*) Oh gods, I also understand about Gundam00. I loved Neil so when they off'd him, I was like "Noooooo" and while Neil's bitchy brother was there, it just wasn't the same. (poor Tieria) okay I'm done, but yes.. the death of Lockon was the WORST.

Oh man, the Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei makes me LAUGH. I still have to watch the second season though.

Wow, now I'm interested in watching Kobato...

The Last Samurai. Only movie I've ever shed a tear at. At the end, when he's being presented the sword (or presenting it? can't remember). I just... it was a strong, beautiful moment.

It's good, I think you'd enjoy it!

The end of Kobato was just beautiful and call me weird, but I think it's great to sit on the couch together and cry.

Otherwise, I'm a ninny. I cry at commercials sometimes but that's because I don't think the hormones are gone yet. Sarah Waters books also make me want to cry these days.

Yeah, it was pretty fun to sit on the couch together and cry. Hurrah for crying.. and I know that I'm a major crier when it comes to anime. However if I cry at the end of Bread Anime, that is when I know that I've probably hit an emotional glitch. >.>

~Let's see, for anime that have made me tear up:

Toward the Terra is a very powerful and emotional series, and you literally tear up at least a little bit throughout most of the story arcs for it (and there are just a few moments where you're almost certain you're going to be sobbing like a baby too). It's a great series in the way the story is presented and how much you come to care for the characters in it as well.

Oddly enough though...there was one episode of this older anime called Zenki that had me crying for a good thirty minutes after watching it. The series itself was pretty average, but this particular episode dealt with a shy little boy who had a doting single mother who, unfortunately, was unable to spend a lot of time with him because of her work.

So the little boy (who was pretty big for his age and was made fun of a lot because of that and his awkwardness with talking), always tried to pretend to her that things were fine and he was happy because he didn't want to upset her. But whenever she left to go to work, he would prank call people because he wanted to have interaction with others and learn to have conversations properly. The boy was used by a bad guy and unfortunately couldn't be saved due to what ends up happening to him...and the two main characters are then seen giving the terrible news to his mother. She's crying horribly at this point, when the phone rings (the little boy would always call her at work to tell her that he was doing fine). The boy's voice comes on the phone and he tells his mother that he's sorry and he loves her, but he assures her that he's truly happy and has made a ton of real friends now. The episode ends with a scene of him at a phone booth in a peaceful meadow, and he laughs saying: "I can call them whenever I want!"

...I just started sobbing at that point. Considering that I never really thought too much of the rest of the series, that episode was incredibly poignant and I still tear up when I think about it.

~We need to watch Kobato sometime soon (silly time constraints!). ♥ I tend to get teary-eyed when it comes to pairings or characters I like as well, honestly.

Edited at 2010-03-26 06:09 pm (UTC)

I agree about Towards the Terra. Especially with the death of certain characters, but really that series was really something, I love how most 70s manga )because I read the manga( have a natural propensity for sorrow, someone is going to die and it's just natural. (like Rose of Versailles..utter tear-jerker that one)

I think you'd like Fujimoto and Kobato.. so cute together!

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I don't think I can even remember the last time I cried. But if there's a series out there that got me close to crying, it would have to be Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 (anime). I don't want to give anything away, assuming you haven't seen this. But basically it's an anime that depicts what it would be like if Tokyo was struck with an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.0. I thought it did well with making it feel realistic, and there were times where it felt incredibly sad. It's an anime different from the usual, and I thought the story, character development, and scenarios were fairly interesting. It also has its scary moments like "omg, that bridge just collapsed!" type thing.

Wow, that does sound interesting! I definitely need to check it out!

Odin Sphere made me cry pretty hard. So did Persona 3.

Kimi ni Todoke made me cry tears of happiness. Seriously, I cried during this series because it was so happy.

I kinda want to ask you about The Dark Materials xD

Oh it's a good series. Very good. What do you want to know about it? Did you ever watch the movie, the Golden Compass?

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