For Crying Out Loud!
I consider myself a fairly spontaneous person. If someone calls and asks me to do something short notice, I am usually all in. A couple of summers ago, I decided I wanted to go on vacation, and just hopped in the car and left. And after I graduated from UK, I went just to look at new cars and ended up driving one off the lot.
That being said, I am a completely predictable crier. And while I did my fair share of tearing up in the principal's office my first few years at Rosey D (which I didn't realize until Paul called me in there once and before he started talking to me, he pulled out the Kleenex box and sat it on the top of his desk), and I did have a little bit of a breakdown on Autumn's couch last year, I usually save my tears for fictional characters.
And when I cry while watching TV or movies, it's always at the same point. When Rachel gets off the plane...
When January Jones sees Matthew Fox in We are Marshall after she thought he'd died in the plane crash.
When the little old man in Field of Dreams gets choked up talking about all the blue hats they found in Doc Graham's office after he died that he never got around to giving his wife.
When Peter comes home at Christmas and surprises his family with a fresh pot of coffee.
And just in case you thought I was lying, I seriously just started crying watching these clips on YouTube. And if you don't, then have Dorothy use the oil can to loosen you up, because you need to see the Wizard for a heart.