By fredfredburger - 25/06/2014 17:45 - United States - Imperial

Today, I went on a date with the girl I like, to see The Fault In Our Stars. She didn't cry, but I did. Twice, hard. FML
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Watermelon2011 6

If she's a mature woman she would appreciate you showing emotions. :)


Everybody cries, some people more than others, and like #1 said there is no shame. If it wasn't meant to happen we wouldn't have emotions or tear ducts.

Well if she didn't cry, then there's something wrong with her. Keep your head up, bro.

Schizomaniac 24

Correct, #32. Everybody cries. *pops Vicodin and limps away*

In all honesty I'll tear up/cry if a favorite character from a tv show dies..

Hah! #55 wins. I love a good House reference

Ok, not going to lie here. I'm a football player, don't generally consider myself a sensitive person, but the scene where Augustus Waters dies, I balled like a child.

josiemorehouse 12

#112 - Umm, spoiler alert. Good thing I have no intention of seeing the movie. Too depressing.

I agree, there's definitely no shame in that. my boyfriend and I saw it together and we both bawled our eyes out so I feel ya, OP.

In reference to #39, if you watched TFIOS and didn't cry, you have no soul. No shame in crying just because you're a dude! :D

MzZombicidal 36

Definitely no shame in it. I bawled my eyes out while reading the book. It's a very good story so you're bound to be invested.

jsrpooh 10

Ummm, not a spoiler when it was a book first. Just saying.

174 - Just because it was a book first doesn't mean the movie's scene reveals aren't spoilers. To those who haven't watched the movie nor read the book, it's giving something away within the story and thus, a "spoiler."

QueenofWheels 13

I didn't see the movie. I plan on reading the book some day. Not shocked nor has it spoiled it for me that in a book about cancer somebody dies. Would have been more shocked if nobody died.

onorexveritas 23

I loved the book and the movie was pretty amazing as a film adaption. I cried a lot during both haha xD no shame

Steve97 32

No shame in crying you're right but that stupid movie wasn't worth crying over...

Watermelon2011 6

If she's a mature woman she would appreciate you showing emotions. :)

RowanSpirit 9

The most attractive men are those who can be open about their emotions. Totally agree.

That book can make you really emotional. I finished it in my first period class and had to try not to fall apart from the ending.

The movie is even more saddening because graphic representation.

That means you have a heart. Like #1 said, no shame in that.

popprock 13

I'd much rather have a guy that shows he has emotions rather than none. And besides how can you not cry in that movie?! She must have seen it before.

I didn't cry. I don't cry. I don't know why. I just am not very emotional with anything really. I guess I'm just weird.

Yeah, same as #157- I don't cry during movies, no matter how sad it may be... that's just how I am

justmeCee 16

Or read the book. I cried when I read it but didn't cry when I seen the movie because I already knew how the story went.

Well,you better hope she finds that nice, amusing or lovable.Or else it could be an awkward relationship

Don't worry op most girls love a sensitive kinda guy.

TaylorWhiteGirl 15

Yeah, my bf cries more than I do during movies and I have no problem with it.

In verifying degrees. Yes, most woman do want some what of a sensitive guy, just can depend on their level case by case. And I have to agree my ex would cry more than me. Normally wouldn't be an issue like with OP's movie, but sometimes he would with little silly things and he would call me heartless occasionally to make himself better. Like the Incredibles, great movie, but enough said. Had to promise never to tell about that one. :) It was funny because he was a big guy too. The tougher they are the more sensitive, they say.

Well said! I have no problem being sensitive towards women I'm with, while I maintain a certain level of masculinity. It's like the best of both worlds!

Don't worry, you just felt differently than her.

She probably feared ruining her mascara/makeup and leaving a bad impression or looking silly. These are things women worry about when going on dates. That being said, maybe a tearjerker isn't a good movie choice for a first date, OP.

don't worry, I even start to cry just thinkinh about the book. I think it said more about her then you ;)

If it seems that everyone cries, and this movie really brings it out. Tear Jerker and all, I think it says a lot more about her than him. This may be one of those evil women your father warned you about.

I didn't really cry watching that movie. I teared up a bit, but I didn't find the movie to be nearly as emotional as the book. OP's date could be the same, she just preferred the book to the film.

I didn't cry in the film. I had a few lumps in my throat at certain scenes but the book had me crying. My sister hasn't read the book and she cries watching a lot of movies but didn't even cry watching the film which is REALLY odd.