>never cried after a good anime ends and that empty feeling sets in
Are you even human
>"Oh wow, it's such a good series! Though you should brace yourself, there is a really big moment towards the end that'll really make you sob!"
>It's fucking nothing
come on now. there are so many more tear-worthy series than that bullshit.
>emotion is unnecessary because i am a robot. beep. boop.
never watched clannad but watched some scenes on youtube, that train scene man made me tear up, i cant imagine what that would have done to someone emotionally invested in the story.
these guys get it
Final scene of Endless Eight always leaves me in tears.
>Not crying when Tieria releases Nadleeh
>Not crying at the Red Wedding aftermath
>Not crying when Neil dies
>Not crying when Exia showed up in the first/second episode of 00S2
>Not crying when Exia suffered
>Not crying when 00 first launched
>Not crying at Darth Halevey and Queen Crossroad's reunion
>Not crying when Exia finishes the job
>Not understanding that tears exist for more than just sadness
Does it count if I shed a single tear for 9982?
YKK, Non Non Biyori and Aria all made me tear up, anything with a mono no aware theme usually really gets me.
Ok, faggots who cried at the end of "sad muh feelz" shows. You didn't cry because the show was sad. You cried because the soundtrack was emotional. What made people cry at Clannad/Angel Beats/NagiAsu/Shigatsu wasn't the actual story (most of them have contrived and shitty love stories/plots) but moreso the music/soundtrack that invokes emotional feelings. Get over yourself
>Not crying at this scene doesn't make you a gigantic bitch.
Don't ever tell best girl to shut up
But he didn't anon, cause pic related is clearly best girl. You aren't so mistaken to think Natsumi is, are you?
You didn't laugh at those Shiki OVA's where the shiki's were brutally getting dragged out of the sewers and then killed while they were in tears screaming for help?
Can only cry when heavily drunk watching anime or even traditional movies.
It's really the only way I can feel emotions. 41 years old and I haven't really been worked up about anything since early 20s.
Strange shit happens too. I'll be watching a show drunk and get worked up positively or negatively about stuff that happened recently or long ago.
An example: I was watching some Japanimation series a few weeks ago and they are slinging insults at each other and I think of back in the late 80s some kid said. OH GOD IT SMELLS LIKE OLD MAN CUM! After I farted... pissed me off at the time. I then thought, I really should of said, A SMELL YOU KNOW ALL TOO WELL HUH? But I didnt. Almost 30 years late or something.
Only way I can feel anything is when I drink. So I like drinking. It's a godsend.
>manga has never made anyone cry
Of course music is helpful for driving an emotional response. But it's not like someone is gonna burst into tears from hearing the Shigatsu OST without watching the show. It's a mixture of factors.
Someone just took their first Music in Film class.
My point was that without the music track people would be crying at "muh feelz"-y shows. The stories aren't tragic enough for tears on their own, only with the addition of their soundtracks are they capable of moving someone to tears
You aren't going to disappear are you?
Nobody really cries over anime. If you ever see a comment on youtube like "omg this scene was so sad, I cried my eyes out", then it's just people on the internet being needlessly dramatic as usual.
It's like saying "I'm gonna kill you". You're not really going to kill someone, at least I'd hope not.
Here you go anon. Its my favourite image of your favourite girl to make peace
I think every character has pretty feelsy moments.It's just Hachikuji is the most innocent of the lot and the least deserving of any of the shit she goes through.
She's also best girl.
Anon no ;_;
Oh its this shit again
Not best girl but a damn close second for best girl see pic related
At least we can both agree that
Hotaruis worst girl
Many anime made me cry so i cant really make a list. It's a sign that i really enjoyed it if i got so invested that i was reduced to tears.
I agree that music plays a major role too.
I don't know why, but the Anohana ending hit me like like a fucking Japanese truck.
True she is bottom barrel but I sort of liked all the non nons
All Non Nons are best Non Nons
Komari is just bestesesesest
Sorry, I can't quote or do things well on my mobile device here. Not drunk. At a trade show exhibiting. I live January's on the road. Yeah, wizard or whatever. Though I literally keep a girl at one if my homes since 2013. It's just a experiment really, lost virginity to her back then and when she grows up we are gonna go on a truck trailer camping trip over the usa and go hiking and have fun hopefully.
>I do not shed tears for fictional characters and moments. As an adult male I'm perfectly aware that these are but creations of overactive imagination of underpaid art universities alumni who are simply jealous of us- alpha males with perfect control over our own emotions. I cry only at the sight of crushed Doritos and cold dip
No it's more like
>I lack any emotion in my day to day life being a anime watching recluse.
>Due to this even the slightest emotionally charged moments in film cause me to unleash pent up unused emotion because the characters are the closest I'll get to real relationships and I truly believe that I feel for them.
It means that you invest yourself into what you're watching.
>not having seen Hotaru no Haka
There's a joke there by the way.
It was the only time I cried during an anime.
>Lol don't kid yourself. We both know you never had a choice.
Never cried but watching Avdol and Iggy's spirits drifting away and Polnareff shedding a tear ending on "Avdol has died, Iggy has died." Made me feel something.
I blame the music.
>Its the normalfags that cry at these shitty shows
>You only cry at them because your'e a loser with no real life relationships.
Jesus /a/ pick one.
I don't think the second ever applies to this board.
It wasn't the saddest thing I've ever seen, but man did I cry a ton at the last 2 episodes
I bawled, and I'm not even going to defend myself.
I also cried after I watched the movie, because it's the last bit of animated K-On we'll probably ever get and I got teary-eyed when I realized that