I’m a weepy weeper at the best of times, and I am too lazy to look back through my posts and find all the ridiculous moments where I have unnecessarily busted into tears in the past, but be sure, there are many.
Movies and TV are no exception, I cry for everything. I cry during romantic comedies, I cry when people achieve greatness, I cry when someone crosses a finish line or fails to do so, I cry when the wind blows…
I don’t know if it’s my emotional state with my recent weight gain or perhaps my anxiety with my upcoming surgery, but MAN, it’s worse than ever!
On Christmas Day Xander and I got up and went to see the 9:30am showing of New Year’s Eve, which we loved… but I was already a mess of tears before the dang movie even started! I cried through every single one of the trailers. No lie. I was really starting to question my sanity by the time the movie started. Watch these and let me know if you tear up at all.[youtube id=”QhueHIXbTF4″ width=”600″ height=”350″] [youtube id=”fwavA7RIVpQ” width=”600″ height=”350″] [youtube id=”COpvJjDSmYk” width=”600″ height=”350″]
I didn’t even re-watch them because I know if I do I’ll be a blubbering idiot again.
I so want to see these movies, and at the same time I really really don’t, because I know what will happen. I’ll be sitting in the theater trying to inconspicuously wipe my eyes and letting my nose dribble past the point of no return for fear of giving that loud “HEY EVERYONE, I’M CRYING LIKE A NUTCASE!” sniff.
I’m not just trying to be funny here, I really do wonder if I am on Insano Island all on my own here, or if they really are doing something different lately with the trailers in order to trigger a more emotional response. Do any of you feel this as well?
This is probably one of those times where I’d be happy to just let you amuse me by agreeing with me regardless.
Maybe I’ll just watch them at home, where I’m free to wail and wipe my nose on my sleeve in peace.
P.S. I also cried the entire way through the New Year’s Eve movie…