nice satan trips
undertale made me cry
life is strange made me cry
k-on made my cry
chu2 made me cry
god and satan getting the trips this hour
The films Detachment and Filth, the novels No Longer Human and Stoner. The songs Too Drunk To Dream, By The Throat, GB Eating GB Whilst Listening And To GB and Hear You Me. There are probably a lot of examples, but these are the only ones which always evoke emotion from me, though it's more likely due to my mood when I experience it than the experience in and of itself.
who else here /killed goatmom and felt no remorse/
don't think that game is for me lads
JoJo Part 1
JoJo Part 3
Hunter X Hunter
Lucky Star (the episode with the mother fuck you)
Ashita no Joe
The Sun Also Rises
Marley and Me
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
>crying at tumblrtale
>calling anyone else a teenager
>killed goatmom and felt no remorse
Worse. I actually tried to save goatmom but accidentally ended up attacking her. The way I crushed her spirit and made her hate the whole world and everything in it in an instance... it felt good, it felt right. All the fucked up shit you can do in power trip sandbox fantasies like GTA and Dishonored never felt as good as that one kill right at the beginning of the game.
Undertale absolutely was made for people like me.
>undertale made me cry
>life is strange made me cry
A long time ago I saw a movie about this stupid cunt who dates some alpha psycho foster kid, she decides to stop fucking with him and he kills her beta orbiter by breaking his neck in the woods.
Watching him put his hands on the boys neck and hearing the crack made me tear up and get angry, he did nothing wrong except be friends with some retarded whore.
merely sharing a difference in emotional experience
it is unfortunate that it upsets you
Sorry I saw it more than a decade ago, all I remember is she was some high school stacy and he was psycho buff kid from foster care.
I remember he fingered her on a rollercoaster.
Sorry, i didn't read the other post, and mine was about asriel. This is r9k so I just assumed you were being edgy.
"I LAUGHED WHEN MUFASA DIED!!" when people bring up lion king, etc.
The scene in How I Met Your Mother when Barney is holding is daughter in his arms got me. Knowing I will probably never have that feeling.
Also the ending of Gone Home fucking got me too. Basically shit that will probably never happen to me gets me in fucking tears.
I cried yesterday watching an episode of Star Trek Deep Space 9.
Episode was The Visitor. Basically the plot was that the son of the main character witnessed his father's death and somehow his father kept coming back and seeing his son grow older and older. Anything with death of a father usually gets me sad, and mines still alive!
>be watching a movie in HS
>start tearing up
>girls see me
>aw how cute, anon's crying
>tfw I actually thought that showing my softer side in public might make them like me.
>could I be as strong as that ant?
For some reason Lalahs death in Mobile Suit Gundam makes me cry. That single tear that rolls down Chars face.
>I've done something I can never take back
>those trippy visuals
FFXI (MMORPG) final story-line made me cry, like loud blubbering sobbing. Felt amazing, played the game for a about a decade and no other media has come close to having as much of an impact on me.
nearly broke down in the theater while watching the Love Live movie
>the episode with the mother fuck you
kyoani finds a way
anyway, my list:
NNB & Repeat
Sora no Woto
Uchoten Kazoku (though that was more from the relief of the emotional roller coaster that show is being over)
Feels for days mang
I think I should re-watch it, my soul needs a shower
>I cried at undertale (i'm really glad i played that game before most people so i could have a genuine experience)
>I cried at mother 3
>I felt bittersweet at over the garden wall
>I cried with watership down
>see this thread
>expect a list of all the film and literature that has greatly moved anon
>it's 99% anime and videogames
>a few films mentioned
>a single book
I don't know why I expected anything better from you guys. You deserve your lives.
I really appreciate the effort a lot of animu put into making good crying scenes.
Most hollywood actors look like they're just using eye-drops and 'sexy tears' cause they don't want to smear their make-up or stretch their botox.
Meanwhile animu characters will cry and scream their hearts out like their family just got murdered before their eyes.
They way they capture every nuance, the furrowed brow, the clenched jaw, the runny nose, the glossy eyes, the spasmodic breathing. It makes their faces look really ugly and makes the scene uncomfortable and difficult to watch. But that's precisely what makes it so great. Crying is not pleasant or sexy, to see qt animu grils contort their faces so painfully and hideously makes them more endearing and real than a 3DPD actress could ever be.
This will only work if you like dogs.
I'm this guy>>26377622
I didn't mention literature cause this board is filled with boring people this days...
Some literature that really moved me was Oblomov, Mice and Men, Neon Bible, Confederancy of dunces (this is a /r9k/-must read), The Road, Notes of Mr. Pickwick and Stoner...
There were some graphic novels that really made me feel like Blankets, Essex County, Megahex and Bottomless Belly Button...
As for films, i think that Paris Texas, Last Session, Last man in the universe and Drive were really interesting... I've watched many films but their titles are translated and i'm a bit tired to process all that
Pay attention boys, this is what real autism looks like. This poor fellow is incapable of comprehending the nuances of human behavior and can only empathize with emotion if it's expressed in a grossly exaggerated form by a drawing that is itself grossly exaggerated.
Anime: countless times
Real humans: can't even remember the last time
I'm really disconnected from the real world.
At least the LN sequels make everything right again.
i wanted to cry at Of Mice And Men but i didn't because i was a tough big boy middle schooler
Flowers For Algernon made me cry but i was also pretty young when i read it, and i have a soft spot for the mentally handicapped
I refuse to read those because that would ruin the ending of the VN. It's a complete self-contained story as it is. It's a classical tragedy, in that the main character dies (implied) because of his own character flaw. He had plenty of warning, his one sentimentality is his downfall. This is effective because I can imagine myself doing the same thing.
Nothing has ever fucked me up more in any anime than this scene. Nothing.
This scene in Scenes from a Marriage got me teary eyed. I should have watched the full 5 hrs series and not the 2.5 hrs theater cut.
>EVER making me cry
I know I'm a whiny bitch, but this is levels beyond
I watched this show the day moot left. Holy shit I was not anywhere near ready for it.
The evil ending to infamous 2 made me tear up desu
that feel when "half as long" "twice as bright"
I don't think I've ever started bawling bitch tears at an anime
My eyes have got a little watery a few times though, like when this happened
I was doing alright until the scene where Homura is talking to Madoka's parents and her little brother is drawing a picture of his "imaginary friend Madoka". And then her mom comments about how much she loves the ribbons.
>please if you get a chanse put some flowrs on Algernons grave in the bak yard.
watched a holocaust documentary...
5 cm per second
I could relate to the story very much. It reminded me of the girl that used to be my soul mate and we would always be together. We would play together, we would lunch together, we would play chess together. We were supposed to never part and even promised to marry each other but that never happened.
Her parents took her to another country and a half a decade later she got arranged wed to some son of a rich family. I never saw her again until recently. It still felt like it was 15 years ago, except it wasn't meant to be. It is the worst feeling in the world.
i thought it was complete garbage; boring, pretentious, and try-hard of the worst kind.
when i was 6 or 7, my parents took me to see the terminator 2 premiere at the theater. when he went into the molten steel and gave the thumbs up i cried a little because the terminator was a badass and there were people he didn't fuck up yet.
i also cried when i watched what dreams may come for the first time after my dad died.
I've teared up to alot of anime but I still can't believe how much Clannad broke me. I couldn't even enjoy the sadness, I just sobbed and felt awful for a week when I finished it.
I had no idea what I was getting into and I fell into ever bait and trap it threw at me.
Probably the only anime I cried to that I would not recommend to anyone.
I almost forced myself to cry on Clannad and almost succeeded at the end but then fucking Fuko came out.
It's a good read if you want depression.
idk if I have ever cried due to fiction but the closest I've probably ever came to was the finale of Cowboy Bepop.
>"I'm not going there to die, I'm going there to see if I'm still alive."
Let's see how much you bitch and blubber when you watch some material about those rat fucks and how they went about capturing Nanking. The atomic bombings weren't sad in the slightest, in fact they were pure catharsis
I had never actually read/heard of Cyrano De Bergerac until I on a whim watched the... 1990? French language version.
I'm glad I got to experience it for the first time, as an adult with no prior exposure beyond parody/homage that went over my head.
FFX made me cry.
I know the romance between Yuna and Tidus was rushed as fuck. Also I know that Tidus simply just doesn't give a fuck about the rest in the end.
But the story in general was beautiful, the music and the atmosphere. The strongest scene for me was Tidus highfiving his father in the farplane, I hope I can forgive my dad too someday.
Somehow I knew it was going to be the last good FF, those days of playing rpg's in your room will never return, those days you would get beaten or called a weirdo for playing such complicated stuff.
>Named after a character in a book series
>Character is protagonist's love interest in a fantasy series
>Read the books as they've come out over my life, took up hobbies my namesake has like candle making
>Really feel a bond to them
>First book in a new trilogy featuring character released after years
>Character and protagonist are finally happy after 6 books of suffering, they have a daughter
>Around page 600, character is tending bees she keeps for wax
>Character goes pale, she grips chest
>Drops dead in the flowers while her young daughter cries over her corpse
>Burst into tears in front of friend
>Inconsolable for an hour or so
It hurt like losing a close friend. It's foreboding almost, since I have sudden arrhythmic death syndrome and my namesake died of a heart attack.
It was a story about an old man having dinner at the same restaurant he'd been having dinner at every Friday for 40 years still ordered a white wine for his wife who'd been dead for years. At the same table as always
He thought about how the neighbourhood had changed around him and as he were eating moving men came in and started moving out this gs because the rest our ant was closing
He had had the same writer for years and when he followed him out to the taxi for the last time he gave him a framed picture of the old man and his wife and his old worn favourite chair.
It ended with the old man asking if he could have his wife chair instead ..