ITT: The saddest shit you've ever read/watched
Movies, OVAs, TV series, manga, LN, whatever
What made you cry bitch tears the hardest
Pic related for me.
This and Little Busters
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What's sadder, 5cms per second, or Grave of the Fireflies? A friend and I are trying to see which of us has more emotional resilience in this case (I said he was a fucking bitch because he cried during every episode of Angel Beats).
>crying to AnoHana
Just when I thought your modern-sissy boy faggot couldn't get any gayer.
>crying to AnoHana
Melodramatic obvious force-tear jerker bullshit cop-out ending cancer that's killing the industry.
>they criticized my precious beloved show so they must be IRC!
AnoHana is puerile heavy handed trash. Get some taste.
>tfw your best friend bleeds to death waiting for you to show up and have one last drink with him
Only one I can really think of.
Plebeian, but shit, it just hit me in the feels. Not all of it was relatable, but fuuuck those parts that were.
I cried then fell into a fit of depression after reading this shit.
Anohana made me tear up. Fuck these tough guy elitists, nostalgia is a powerful emotion.
The only part of Angel Beats that got to me was the part w/ the paralyzed girl and the end but it's too unrelatable.
I literally hope every one of you neo-drama/romance/whatever fags die.
Toradora, anohana, golden shit, etc. It's all fucking trash. YOU are trash, and you are the reason that romance series are more or less dying out.
Thank god shows like kimi ni todoke are keeping it alive, even if it won't live up to shows like honey and clover.
Only part of AnoHana that got me was the last 5 minutes, but holy fuck it got me hard.
Then I worked out what the name of the eponymous flower was and holy fuck the bitch tears didn't stop flowing.
When it was revealed who Tenshi was in Angel Beats, that ruined me. But nothing else in that show got any sort of reaction.
>sparkles and bubbles
>calling that painful shit "romance"
>likes anohana and ANGEL BEATS
>shit talks kimi ni todoke in the same post
The entire purpose of anohana was to engineer the end moment of the series. It had no fucking soul and you knew what was going to happen every step of the way.
It was LITERALLY forced drama.
Yeah it was great anon. Keep telling yourself that.
Did I strike a nerve there?
AnoHana a shit.
If we're going to talk about short animations like that, then I think that Rain Town was pretty nice. Made me tear up.
Towards the end when
Nausicaa was trying to help the baby ohm.
It has been too long since I cried over anime.
But I was overwhelmed with emotions while watching the last Ping Pong's episode. Didn't expect this at all.
Tsumiki no Ie had a hackneyed message that didn't have much meaning at all; it had an interesting artstyle but that's about it. Nothing really worthwhile. Rain Town is more or less the same thing. You want an actually good anime short, try Out of Sight or Traveling Daru.
the ending when
the ohms revived Nausicaa with the power of friendship or some shitwas a complete cop out, but I watched that shit with my brother and never before or since have seen him cry over a movie.
I love how they just skipped the actual match and just showed the photograph at the end.
Personal worst is probably Jin-Roh. Literally destroyed my heart
>tfw your best friend dies in your arms after taking an assassin's shot that was meant for you
Little Busters made me sad as shit.
It's probably the only thing that has ever made me cry.
I never trusted Kyousuke or Kengo.
They were both weird to me and I didn't like it.
And then I found out too late they were bros.
My tears could not be held.
Personally, his death sort of ruined the show imo. Not because it didn't came out of nowhere and wasn't well done but because how much more interesting it would have been had he stayed.
He was losing influence and Oberstein was having more influence.
He was starting to feel like an unwanted person despite being the most important person.
And then, BAM, dead.
The conflict was just dead before it even went anywhere.
/a/'s tsundere for Clannad and Anohana. It enjoys them but keeps wary of the fact they're popular and entry-level, so the contrarian opinions can't be held back whenever they're brought up.
I hate Clannad and Anohana and Angel Beats and Toradora fans and more because they never shut the fuck up about how "WAAAH WAAAH /a/ is hipster" just because they can't ever take any criticism.
My dog died one week before I watched this episode. I couldn't help but cry.
This was the moment in YuruYuri where I realized that I had actually gotten attached to it. This fucking episode snuck up on me and killed me on the inside. The only thing I hated about it is that
none of it was real. God damn it, Kyouko
toradora is older than either of the shows you like and your shows are shit anyway.
also toradora and kimi ni todoke have the same plot premise except everyone is scared of toradora MC b/c he's a delinquent.
both have shitty plots in general and your taste is shit.
Oreimo. I mean it.
Not like I cried like a little bitch but the ending was soulcrushing for me and I had a pain in my chest and my throat felt like it would implode during days after the show ended. The only way to ease my suffering would be reading doujins because I couldn't handle that ending.
The Lunar Rover arc in Space Bros
I had not legitimately cried because of an anime until then
Watching Hibito desperately gasp and choke on nothing was some fucking shit, man.
I still think the show/manga would have been thematically stronger if he had died, though. Muta would have just that much more incentive to do his best and reach Mars, then.
Pic related is what last made me cry mega bitch tears. Had to just sit and be consumed by sadness for 30 minutes straight.
Everyone in this show was just too damn tragic.
Even the "villains" made me feel sympathetic to their cause.
I thought I was dead inside but this made my cry, not even manly tears, full bitch crying.
Everyone seems to be hating on it, but personally I actually sobbed at this.
Not just tearing up, actual physical distress. This scene pretty much summed up my fears and why I cant bring myself take that step with my partner.
>people seriously watched AnoHana, Little Busters, and Clannad just to brag about how hardcore they were for not getting emotional over them
Only thing that made me actually cry.
I guess I was a bit close too when Makiedies in BotI.
>the ghost turns out to be real an unites everyone with the magic
>no-one has to face reality
>no-one has to come to terms with loss
>no-one has to rely on their own strength to move forward
Yeah it was pretty sad how that show guillotined the gorilla at the end.
Don't worry Takeru, everything's going to be alright.
So far the only manga that has made me cry is Ten. I cried even on the second time reading it.
The weirdest cry I've had so far was during Ginga Densetsu Weed. When
Johndied, I didn't feel consciously sad (I never liked the character that much in GNG), but suddenly I had tears rolling down my cheeks.
This probably got me the hardest.
Chi's Sweet Home had a similar effect on me, though my cat had died over ten years ago.
Anohana never made me even slightly sad because the characters were so unlikeable and/or retarded and the plot went all over the place in such a short time.
The only scene in Clannad (+AS) that made me properly cry was actually the end of Fuuko's arc and so far it's the only time I've had tears of happiness.