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By the time I came to L.A. I'd already cried on movies of the week with two of the women from 'Knots Landing'.
I've cried a lot because of women. I cry a lot, as a person.
I cried, I was so overwhelmed to meet Michael Jackson.
I cried every day of first grade. In class. Which meant I ended up getting comfortable emoting in a place where it wasn't the norm.
My parents wanted us to be pool-safe, so I had lessons when I was 18 months old. I would like to share with all the parents out there that I was that kid who cried during every one of my lessons. But it wasn't an option for my parents; we had a backyard pool, so I needed to learn how to swim.
Well, I would have much preferred to have had a normal childhood. I would have loved it if my greatest dilemma, at 14, was whether to go to Benetton for my pullovers. I would have preferred not to have cried all the tears I have cried.
When I lost my decathlon world record I took it like a man. I only cried for ten hours.
The Greenham women left home for peace: 'Not in our name!' they cried. And in doing so, they spoke for millions.
My daughter is full energy, like my wife and I, and strong-minded and has an opinion, like we do. And my boys, one's a bit more calm and chill, and the other is much more sensitive to things. You see this right away, when they're first born. One cried, one didn't, with the boys.
As a young child, I was never a crier. I never cried to get my way, or even when I was in pain.
First time that I cried at a work of art was at a drum solo that I saw. A drummer named Winard Harper, part of the Billy Taylor Trio, gave back in - I would have been in high school - 2005 or something.
I cried when I heard Johnny Carson died.
I had a planned C-section, and I cried the entire day before I had the baby.
A 'Cosmo' cover has been my dream my entire life. I cried when I found out.
I was so honored when Diane Sawyer named me 'Person of the Week,' and like I told her, 'Diane, I love my daughter.' I cried when I found out when she told me she was gay when she was 17 because of the judgment.
I cried when I found out I was a finalist, I kind of went limp when they called my name. I felt like my spirit jumped out of my body, and I was just flesh - it was just amazing.
When I got my tour card I cried. When I got my first win - and my first pay check - I cried. All these things make me cry.
I never met Colleen McCullough; if I had, I probably would have cried and made a fool of myself.
When my mum first told me she got sick, I didn't cry. I probably cried over my mum's illness twice.
When I found out I got this job, I cried, of course - I'm a girly-girl - and then I called my dad, and he cried, too. On so many levels, this is a thrill for me.
I cried to my mother that I wanted to go to Hebrew school; I wanted Jewish friends. But when my mother took me, the kids there all knew each other, and somehow I was even more of an outcast.
For a long time, I resisted seeing 'The Sound of Music,' but when I finally did, I cried.
I cried when I turned 34 for no other reason than 34 sounded old to me at the time.
A couple of girls I've signed autographs for have just cried or broken out into tears.
I read the last Harry Potter, and I cried for at least the last 70 pages. Awful! I was curled into a ball and I just kept sobbing. It was embarrassing. I was loud, and I just kept wiping tears away so I could see the page.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
C. S. Lewis
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