When people say they cried at a movie (like Up) do they mean they literally shed tears, or just that they got a little misty and felt sad? If it’s the former, I feel like I must be some kind of robot, because I’ve never had enough movie-induced eye moisture to cause a droplet to run down my cheek. The end of It’s A Wonderful Life always gets me, but I don’t need tissues for it. Someone show me the way.
I didn’t have tears pouring or not pouring during UP but my heart broke and my throat felt closed. I had TONS of tears in Dancer In The Dark, I cried like a crazy person. So… crying probably means tears down or watery eyes… I’d say. Make this a question so people can answet it (finish it with a ?)
I don’t want to loose it but if I get married and have to… then I rather choose a guy whose last name starts with a W. It would make 4 V’s in total.
V.W.V looks pretty awesome or V.VV.V
Like birds flying in the beach or upside down mountains, or ice cream cones mmmm!
W is also the only letter in Spanish alphabet that is not an Spanish letter and we use it for NOTHING… I would give it use.
My second choice is the Ñ but is not as pretty looking V.Ñ.V ugh looks like the crying of an alien. But it is exotic indeed. CH exists no more and it reminds me of my President… that bastard so that was the 3rd option.
The final V is for Videtta, which I always use… I made that promise to my already gone Nonno (Grandpa) Videtta.
So this is a vain note sponsored by the fucking lateness of B61 and the fact that I’m obsessed with Typo prettiness.