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Your Lie in April

Posted April 6th, 2015 at 7:19 PM by Palamon

Didn't make me cry. You know what that means, right? ...I'm not human. Your Lie in April didn't make me cry. I didn't cry a single tear. And if you think I'm lying, I'm not. My head was practically in the clouds all day. I didn't cry. Sure, it was a tragedy, a sad anime, but I didn't cry. "Lol, Melissa, you're in denial. You cried. :)" I'm sorry that I didn't cry. I'm sorry that I didn't shed a single tear. I'm sorry for not crying at all during the saddest anime known to man.

I'm not trying to get into a "what the psyduck am I" party here. Anyway.


Actually, can I be honest about this? I never thought death was scary or sad. My mother claims I was "obsessed with death as early was age ten. I'm not. I just don't think death is something be afraid of. I do think about the mysteries of death all the time. Being sui, I won't deny that the mysteries/wonders/thoughts of what it's like after death cross my mind a lot. I guess that's why I'm so immune to when a character dies.

I know all of this is disrespectful. I'm really sorry. Just thought I'd let this off my chest.
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    aeternum's Avatar
    The saddest anime known to man? Nah. It was sad but nowhere near the saddest for any normal viewer.

    It was relatable to me on the musical level which got a few tears, but overall it was just like any other story with a sick girl.
    Posted April 6th, 2015 at 8:12 PM by aeternum aeternum is offline