By jimmyt420 - 29/11/2009 09:33 - United States
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Just something I have to say... I know alot of Girls (No I am not saying ALL, before anyone get's on my back), that always complain that the males they know aren't sensitive... But Nine times out of Ten, when they do meet someone who actually is capable of housing emotion, they complain that they aren't manly enough... This makes no sense. Secondly, to all the people calling him Gay or a Pussy, I feel sorry for you. Thing is, this guy actually has a level of emotion higher than yours, much higher, and to be honest, without emotion, the world would be dull, and life would be about as Grey as it could possibly be... I mean, crying over a movie doesn't make you any less of a man, or affect your sexuality (What the hell does that even have to do with it?), it just means you are capable of feeling more intensely. That's it. And yes, I know, I'm going to get about a million negative comments for this, but... Had to be said.
My husband watched Twilight with me. It was his idea to rent it and he asked me to watch it with him. Afterward he said it wasn't a bad movie for a chick flick. I assure you he's not gay. It's not a bed thing you cried through the movie. Some chicks are into that. I wish my husband would open up a little more, in 5 years of marriage I've only seen him cry twice.
There's nothing wrong with that. That movie was amazing. I didn't cry watching but it was still good.
a tear drop is cute, sobbing- thats a no no