Sad dogs.Old couples holding hands.Crying babies.Dogs who have had allergic reactions.Very small mammals.Food on the floor.Hungry dogs.Weddings.Proud dads.Being in love.Homeless people.People shouting at their pets in public.Your own teenage diaries.Old people grocery shopping alone.All rom coms ever.Getting a hair cut.Getting lost.Airport reunions.Twins who really love each other.Strangers paying for your bus journey.Christmas.Your team winning.The Olympics.Animals that aren't the same species but are best friends anyway.Young people hanging out with old people.Marathons.Being poked in the eye.People hugging you when you're sad.The news.Postmen getting caught in the rain.Animals in cages.Circuses.When Marley dies in "Marley And Me"."Up"."Wall-E"."The Notebook".People saving pets from natural disasters.Your mum crying.The royal wedding.The process of aging.Hospitals.Break ups.Being sent flowers.Handwritten letters.Children who are brave enough to play instruments on stage.Cold dogs waiting outside shops.Thinking about the future.Driving alone.Getting told off.Other people crying.Parents shouting at their children in public.Being home alone.Adverts for donkey sanctuaries.Soggy shoes.Getting drunk.Being hungry.Running late.Fireworks.The end of a party.Chopping onions.
How Weepy Are You?
You're not very weepy at all, but that doesn't mean you don't care. You get sad, just like everyone else. It just takes a lot to make you cry. Well done, you. You must be pretty powerful.
You're quite weepy. You're unlikely to be set off by a stranger, but if someone you care about gets hurt, you'll cry on their behalf. And that's exactly as it should be: never be afraid to show your feelings.
You're pretty weepy. It doesn't take an awful lot to make you cry, and you've certainly cried involuntarily within the last few weeks. But you shouldn't be embarrassed. It's OK to have feelings, and crying lots just shows you care.
You're incredibly weepy. In fact, you're probably crying right now. You cry when you're happy, you cry when you're sad, you even cry when you don't know whether you're happy or sad. But that's OK. Crying is healthy. It's better out than in. Embrace your many feelings.