Legitimate Reasons to Cry

The topic today is about legitimate reasons to cry.

We need to cry sometimes. A healthy cry is good for health. It will release some of your burden and add some accessories on your face (what I mean is eye bags :D). However, crying is sometimes incomprehensible for some people around (esp. the male creatures) as they were persuaded with the dogmatic “boys don’t cry“. Silly idealism, I may say. The system is built-in your body! The tears, the feeling, the emotion, and all.

“Just cry your heart out!”

When we were kid, we have abundant reasons to cry. We were honest and pure and impulsive. We can cry when our parents hit us. We may cry when we fell off the bike. We are allowed to cry over a losing game. Crying was so normal and habitual. But… as I grow older and wiser (there is no linear correlation between age and wisdom, though), I understand that crying needs some reasons — some more legitimate ones so that people will see it natural or proper.

Hence, according to my unofficial poll awhile ago, here I will give you several legitimate reasons to cry. You can use it anytime and anywhere you need without being judged as a crybaby. You don’t have to bother telling people that you’re sad… or that your heart is broken… or that your pride is crushed… or that you are so damn lonely… or that the person you really care about acts like a jerk… or that the guy you have a crush on avoiding you… or that the girl you adore going out with some stupid guy riding a fancy car… or that your boss thinks you’re an idiot… or…. uh oh… I gotta stop. I got carried away 😀

Well, ladies and gentlemen… I proudly present you some legitimate reasons to cry… cry…… cry……… [echo]

1. Chop some onions

2. Standing close by the heavy traffic (smoke will get in your eyes alias kelilipan)

3. Eat something spicy hot (better if you use your bare hand and then rub it onto your eyes)

4. Watch Korean drama

5. Yawn

So, let’s chop some onions while watching Korean drama? 😀

* feel free to add the list *


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