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Read the post and answer: am i too sensitive?
no, I'm just like you 73%  73%  [ 44 ]
yes, no need to weep when watching fotr... duh? 27%  27%  [ 16 ]
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 Post subject: Am I Ms. Sensitive or what?
PostPosted: June 4th, 2006, 6:10 am 
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Am i being too sensitive? everytime i watch FOTR, i cry like ALL THE TIME; when the fellowship breaks, frodo lifts sam to the boat etc... all the time!!! Am I too sensitive?

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Nope you aren't or I'm too sensitive as well.. That part is just too beautiful

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oh really? nice to hear!

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 Post subject: Re: Am I Ms. Sensitive or what?
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Eärlinde Elensar wrote:
Am i being too sensitive? everytime i watch FOTR, i cry like ALL THE TIME; when the fellowship breaks, frodo lifts sam to the boat etc... all the time!!! Am I too sensitive?

I cry at that scene all the time too, so your not alone. I especially cry during Boromir's death scene. *thinks about it and starts to cry*

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Nah, everyone is probably like that [me included]. Those scenes are just truly heart-wrenching to watch. :)


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I cry at the end of all the movies but I don't really cry but I get really like sad and teary and stuff.

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Awww...I'm like that 2! Don't worry. It's okay, we're all just a bit more sensitive except the person who voted no need to weep.

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yes, I agree... I'd like to know who voted no though..

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yeah me too, its me who made that poll...

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 Post subject: What a tonic!
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Thank God for movies like FotR that speak to our lives in such powerful ways that they touch us this dramatically! We are alive! We thrill...we hurt...we laugh...we cry...

With Tolkien we relive and feel the full experience of life again in a few short minutes or hours and drink it to the dregs...with all it joys and horrors.

What a tonic! Isn't it awesome?!

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yep sinbearer. I visited oxford university in May by the way, maybe i took the footsteps of Tolkien... (hopefully). i was so touched when we went there, no one of my classmates liked it so much as I did, they dont know anything about Tolkien.

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I know how you feel I feel upset everytime Boromir dies at the end

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 Post subject: Re: What a tonic!
PostPosted: June 8th, 2006, 11:12 pm 
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Sinbearer wrote:
Thank God for movies like FotR that speak to our lives in such powerful ways that they touch us this dramatically! We are alive! We thrill...we hurt...we laugh...we cry...

With Tolkien we relive and feel the full experience of life again in a few short minutes or hours and drink it to the dregs...with all it joys and horrors.

What a tonic! Isn't it awesome?!


Well said, Sinbearer. you took the words right out of my mouth.

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I agree. I don't think it matters if you cry or not. Crying is a healthy thing and if something touches you with that much emotion, you shouldn't be ashamed that it's that important to you.

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I cry at the end too. Especially because Sam is crying. Whenever he is sad it makes me sad.


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yep. me too!!

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