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28th Jan '18 4:43:44 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Llama Llama Shopping Drama" on ''WesternAniation/LlamaLlama'', after Llama Llama has his tantrum in the middle of the store, in front all the shoppers, a hedgehog kid cries these and an adult male deer standing next to him immediately does so as well.

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* In "Llama Llama Shopping Drama" on ''WesternAniation/LlamaLlama'', ''Literature/LlamaLlama'', after Llama Llama has his tantrum in the middle of the store, in front all the shoppers, a hedgehog kid cries these and an adult male deer standing next to him immediately does so as well.
28th Jan '18 4:41:28 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Llama Llama Shopping Drama" on ''WesternAniation/LlamaLlama'', after Llama Llama has his tantrum in the middle of the store, in front all the shoppers, a hedgehog kid cries these and an adult male deer standing next to him immediately does so as well.
11th Jan '18 4:38:32 PM LemonRoseGirl96
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* In Episode 23 of ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ'', the entire city of New Townsville [[ExaggeratedTrope literally]] cries a river after the kabuki monster impairs everyone with his misery rays. This is also reference to how [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Lou Gubrious]] sets his misery rays on Townsville.

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* In Episode 23 of ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ'', [[EverybodyCries the entire city of New Townsville Townsville]] [[ExaggeratedTrope literally]] cries a river after the kabuki monster impairs everyone with his misery rays. This is also reference to how [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Lou Gubrious]] sets his misery rays on Townsville.



** The episode "The City Of Frownsville" has Lou Gubrious, a very miserable scientist who cries fountains of tears channeling his sadness into a ray set upon Townsville that makes everyone--even the Powerpuff Girls--cry tears to the point where it threatens the city. Upon being the happiest person in Townsville at that point, he changes his name to Hal Larious, only to succumb to tears again after Bubbles (in a vain attempt to make a crying pigeon laugh) drops her banana and Hal slips on it, causing everyone to laugh at him.

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** The episode "The City Of Frownsville" has Lou Gubrious, a very miserable scientist who cries fountains of tears channeling his sadness into a ray set upon Townsville that [[EverybodyCries makes everyone--even the Powerpuff Girls--cry tears tears]] to the point where it threatens the city. Upon being the happiest person in Townsville at that point, he changes his name to Hal Larious, only to succumb to tears again after Bubbles (in a vain attempt to make a crying pigeon laugh) drops her banana and Hal slips on it, causing everyone to laugh at him.
21st Dec '17 6:10:30 PM nombretomado
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** Or, if you are watching [[Fireball20XL Sonic Bastardized]], accused by Knuckles for GoingCommando.

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** Or, if you are watching [[Fireball20XL [[Website/Fireball20XL Sonic Bastardized]], accused by Knuckles for GoingCommando.
8th Dec '17 9:44:14 PM Monolaf317
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** On one memorable occasion, [=SpongeBob=] cried so hard that the tears flooded his house, and when Squidward opened the front door, the resulting stream of water knocked him over.

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** On one memorable occasion, [=SpongeBob=] cried so hard that the tears flooded his house, and when Squidward opened the front door, [[OpeningTheFloodGates the resulting stream of water knocked him over.]]
4th Dec '17 8:21:38 PM Monolaf317
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** Cosmog, at least as an infant, cries like this.

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** Cosmog, [[spoiler:Solgaleo]], at least only as an infant, infant Cosmog, cries like this.
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** Cosmog, at least as an infant, cries like this.
5th Nov '17 10:14:11 AM Jubileus57
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* Toads in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar'' cry that way.
16th Oct '17 6:47:21 AM Robbyn
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* ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'':
** [[MoeAnthropomorphism Italy]] pulls this off several times, with tears literally spraying out in all directions. Notably in episodes 3 and 8, when he is faced with [[DrillSergeantNasty Germany]], and [[LethalChef England's]] cooking respectively.
** His [[BlatantLies manlier]] older brother Romano also does this once or twice as well.
** Ukraine's tears.
* Nearly everyone in ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' does this in at least several points of the series. Worth mentioning is Mr. Kimura, who, in the last episode, spouts a literal waterfall of tears that traces down the contours of his suit.
* In the manga of ''Literature/BattleRoyale'', this is a constant occurence with practically every character. Generally the steady-stream of thick rivers of tears.
* Randou Rino of ''Anime/BestStudentCouncil'' does this often, usually while [[TheGlomp glomping]] her friend Ayumu.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'':
** The administrator at Ichigo's school, who called several students in anime episode 11 to berate them for their misbehavior at Don Kanonji's TV show filming in episode 10.
** Kon and several of Ichigo's ''male'' student friends (especially Keigo) have done this repeatedly.
* Being the light-hearted parodies of the Nasuverse they are, these show up in ''Anime/CarnivalPhantasm'' and its predecessor ''Manga/TakeMoon'' from time to time. For example, when Rin Tohsaka finds out she wasted ten years of her life preparing for a Holy Grail War that's now a ''Japanese game show''.



* ''Anime/ExcelSaga''

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* ''Anime/ExcelSaga''Virtually everyone in ''Manga/ElfenLied'' ... at least while they are not violently disemboweling someone. Considering [[BreakTheCutie what happens to everyone throughout the story]], it's not surprising.
* ''Anime/ExcelSaga'':



* Also happens in ''Excel Saga's'' SpiritualSuccessor ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi''. "This is making me cry waterfalls!"
* In the manga of ''Literature/BattleRoyale'', this is a constant occurence with practically every character. Generally the steady-stream of thick rivers of tears.
* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
** Sōun Tendō. In fact, one reading of his name in Japanese means "Crying Man".
** And in the manga, when Happōsai needs Ranma's tears for a FountainOfYouth potion, poking a pressure point on Ranma's back causes him to literally ''blast'' a torrent of tears out his eyes, so that Happōsai has to catch them in a bucket.
* Nearly everyone in ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' does this in at least several points of the series. Worth mentioning is Mr. Kimura, who, in the last episode, spouts a literal waterfall of tears that traces down the contours of his suit.
* Randou Rino of ''Anime/BestStudentCouncil'' does this often, usually while [[TheGlomp glomping]] her friend Ayumu.
* The title character in ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Usagi will do this at the drop of a hat, but the most common trigger is being called dumb, usually by her mom, Shingo or Rei. The ''very first episode of the anime'' is called "The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation"!
* Kagome's grandfather in ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}''.
* ''Manga/LoveHina''
** Keitarō is well known for this, at the drop of a hat, of the cascading sheets variety, with at least one of firehose-like streams.
** Shinobu comes in second for frequency.
** Creator/KenAkamatsu almost always depicts himself in this fashion in illustrations.
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''

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* ** Also happens in ''Excel Saga's'' SpiritualSuccessor ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi''. "This is making me cry waterfalls!"
* In ''Anime/{{FLCL}}''. During the manga final episode "[=FLClimax=]", Commander Amarao has one of ''Literature/BattleRoyale'', this is a constant occurence with practically every character. Generally these during the steady-stream of thick rivers of tears.
final confrontation between Atomsk!Naota and Haruko.
* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
''Manga/FairyTail'':
** Sōun Tendō. In fact, At one reading of his name in Japanese means "Crying Man".
point, local water mage Juvia starts crying and nearly ''drowns'' several mages around her.
** And in the manga, when Happōsai needs Ranma's tears for a FountainOfYouth potion, poking a pressure point on Ranma's back causes him to literally ''blast'' a torrent of tears out his eyes, so that Happōsai has to catch them in a bucket.
* Nearly everyone in ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh''
Lucy does this in at least several points of the series. Worth mentioning is Mr. Kimura, who, in the last episode, spouts a literal waterfall of tears that traces down the contours of his suit.
* Randou Rino of ''Anime/BestStudentCouncil'' does this often, usually while [[TheGlomp glomping]] her friend Ayumu.
* The title character in ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Usagi will do this at the drop of a hat, but the most common trigger is being called dumb, usually by her mom, Shingo or Rei. The ''very first
episode of the anime'' is called "The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation"!
when she becomes invisible.
* Kagome's grandfather in ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}''.
* ''Manga/LoveHina''
** Keitarō is well known for this, at the drop of a hat, of the cascading sheets variety, with at least one of firehose-like streams.
** Shinobu comes in second for frequency.
** Creator/KenAkamatsu almost always depicts himself in this fashion in illustrations.
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''
''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':



* Frequently in ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', both anime & manga, by Tamaki (almost every other frame) and the Hitachiins in response to any example of Haruhi's "cuteness". Honey also, for Moe points.
* ''Anime/{{Naruto}}''
** Rock Lee and his sensei Might Gai are notorious for the waterfall-of-tears look.
** Naruto and Inari perform some Ocular Gushing when they say goodbye to each other at the end of the Land of Waves arc despite being determined not to.
* Sasami in the ''Anime/PrettySammy'' series on occasion.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' tends to use the cascading water effect when characters are extremely upset. Oddly enough, it uses a somewhat subdued version for dramatic effect. The logical conclusion ends with a giant, whose tears are compared to a deluge.



* ''Manga/{{Haikyuu}}'' usually portrays realistic crying, but there's one notable example of OcularGushers: when Shimizu, the team manager, digs up Karasuno's old banner and wishes the team good luck in the upcoming tournament. The 3rd and 2nd years just stare blankly for a moment... [[Funny/{{Haikyuu}} then tears suddenly start splurting out]]. [[http://38.media.tumblr.com/10bf0db34d5c6738f3235e016c84b362/tumblr_n8aosktkEa1t89rpeo3_r1_500.gif It must be seen to be believed.]]
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai''. Chief Technology maid Ikuyo Suzuki is prone to these. Taro does it in episode 13 and 14 and ''La Vérité'' episode 7.
* Haré of ''Anime/HareGuu'' has to put up with so much grief from the titular AdorableAbomination, it's no wonder he does this at the drop of a hat.
* Eriko from ''Manga/HighSchoolGirls'' is prone to this.
* Kagome's grandfather in ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}''.
* Mako from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' takes this to its logical extreme at the end of [[spoiler: her fight with Ryuko]] by having her entire eyes turn into pools of water before spewing forward like a busted hydrant. Like everything in that anime, even the crying is done to the extreme.
** She does it again when Gamagoori gets knocked out protecting her, making an otherwise dramatic scene fairly {{Narm}}-y.
* ''Manga/LoveHina'':
** Keitarō is well known for this, at the drop of a hat, of the cascading sheets variety, with at least one of firehose-like streams.
** Shinobu comes in second for frequency.
** Creator/KenAkamatsu almost always depicts himself in this fashion in illustrations.



* Virtually everyone in ''Manga/ElfenLied'' ... at least while they are not violently disemboweling someone. Considering [[BreakTheCutie what happens to everyone throughout the story]], it's not surprising.
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''

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* Virtually everyone in ''Manga/ElfenLied'' ... at least Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', often turns this trope {{UpToEleven/Up to Eleven}}. In one instance, his tears shot upwards with so much pressure that [[http://40.media.tumblr.com/b54539096d49339e49ff3109b41f070f/tumblr_njvgj2B6A61u6s7veo1_1280.png his feet were buried into the ground from the recoil]]. [[ItRunsInTheFamily His mother]] is also equally prone to crying up literal rivers while watching the tournament on TV; apparently she fainted ''five times'' during the tournament, two of those times being from ''dehydration!''
** The fact that this is turned UpToEleven has made fans joke that Izuku isn't actually quirkless and his ability to do this trope '''IS''' his quirk.
* ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'':
** Rock Lee and his sensei Might Gai are notorious for the waterfall-of-tears look.
** Naruto and Inari perform some Ocular Gushing when
they say goodbye to each other at the end of the Land of Waves arc despite being determined not to.
* Kurami, after losing to Sora in the RealTimeStrategy equivalent of a chess game in ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife'', cries in this matter. It's oddly adorable too.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' tends to use the cascading water effect when characters
are not violently disemboweling someone. Considering [[BreakTheCutie what happens extremely upset. Oddly enough, it uses a somewhat subdued version for dramatic effect. The logical conclusion ends with a giant, whose tears are compared to everyone throughout a deluge.
* Frequently in ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', both anime & manga, by Tamaki (almost every other frame) and
the story]], it's not surprising.
Hitachiins in response to any example of Haruhi's "cuteness". Honey also, for Moe points.
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':



* Sasami in the ''Anime/PrettySammy'' series on occasion.
* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
** Sōun Tendō. In fact, one reading of his name in Japanese means "Crying Man".
** And in the manga, when Happōsai needs Ranma's tears for a FountainOfYouth potion, poking a pressure point on Ranma's back causes him to literally ''blast'' a torrent of tears out his eyes, so that Happōsai has to catch them in a bucket.



* At one point in ''Manga/FairyTail'', local water mage Juvia starts crying and nearly ''drowns'' several mages around her.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''
** The administrator at Ichigo's school, who called several students in anime episode 11 to berate them for their misbehavior at Don Kanonji's TV show filming in episode 10.
** Kon and several of Ichigo's ''male'' student friends (especially Keigo) have done this repeatedly.
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai''. Chief Technology maid Ikuyo Suzuki is prone to these. Taro does it in episode 13 and 14 and ''La Vérité'' episode 7.
* ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia''
** [[MoeAnthropomorphism Italy]] pulls this off several times, with tears literally spraying out in all directions. Notably in episodes 3 and 8, when he is faced with [[DrillSergeantNasty Germany]], and [[LethalChef England's]] cooking respectively.
** His [[BlatantLies manlier]] older brother Romano also does this once or twice as well.
** Ukraine's tears.
* ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'':
** Keima at one point claims he's not crying, he's enjoying a hot spring! Complete with Keima suddenly being in a small hot spring filled by his tears. [[ImagineSpotting Which other characters apparently see and comment upon.]] Unless he really made one instantly...
** In Chapter 78, Keima cries a river after [[spoiler: losing to Diana in a shogi match]].
* ''Anime/{{FLCL}}''. During the final episode "[=FLClimax=]", Commander Amarao has one of these during the final confrontation between Atomsk!Naota and Haruko.
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''

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* At one point in ''Manga/FairyTail'', local water mage Juvia starts crying and nearly ''drowns'' several mages around her.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''
**
The administrator title character in ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Usagi will do this at Ichigo's school, who the drop of a hat, but the most common trigger is being called several students in anime dumb, usually by her mom, Shingo or Rei. The ''very first episode 11 to berate them for their misbehavior at Don Kanonji's TV show filming in episode 10.
** Kon and several
of Ichigo's ''male'' student friends (especially Keigo) have done this repeatedly.
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai''. Chief Technology maid Ikuyo Suzuki is prone to these. Taro does it in episode 13 and 14 and ''La Vérité'' episode 7.
* ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia''
** [[MoeAnthropomorphism Italy]] pulls this off several times, with tears literally spraying out in all directions. Notably in episodes 3 and 8, when he is faced with [[DrillSergeantNasty Germany]], and [[LethalChef England's]] cooking respectively.
** His [[BlatantLies manlier]] older brother Romano also does this once or twice as well.
** Ukraine's tears.
* ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'':
** Keima at one point claims he's not crying, he's enjoying a hot spring! Complete with Keima suddenly being in a small hot spring filled by his tears. [[ImagineSpotting Which other characters apparently see and comment upon.]] Unless he really made one instantly...
** In Chapter 78, Keima cries a river after [[spoiler: losing to Diana in a shogi match]].
* ''Anime/{{FLCL}}''. During
the final episode "[=FLClimax=]", Commander Amarao has one of these during the final confrontation between Atomsk!Naota and Haruko.
anime'' is called "The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation"!
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':



* Haré of ''Anime/HareGuu'' has to put up with so much grief from the titular AdorableAbomination, it's no wonder he does this at the drop of a hat.
* Being the light-hearted parodies of the Nasuverse they are, these show up in ''Anime/CarnivalPhantasm'' and its predecessor ''Manga/TakeMoon'' from time to time. For example, when Rin Tohsaka finds out she wasted ten years of her life preparing for a Holy Grail War that's now a ''Japanese game show''.



* Kurami, after losing to Sora in the RealTimeStrategy equivalent of a chess game in ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife'', cries in this matter. It's oddly adorable too.
* Mako from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' takes this to its logical extreme at the end of [[spoiler: her fight with Ryuko]] by having her entire eyes turn into pools of water before spewing forward like a busted hydrant. Like everything in that anime, even the crying is done to the extreme.
** She does it again when Gamagoori gets knocked out protecting her, making an otherwise dramatic scene fairly {{Narm}}-y.
* Lucy from ''Manga/FairyTail'' does this in the episode when she becomes invisible.
* Eriko from ''Manga/HighSchoolGirls'' is prone to this.
* Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', often turns this trope {{UpToEleven/Up to Eleven}}. In one instance, his tears shot upwards with so much pressure that [[http://40.media.tumblr.com/b54539096d49339e49ff3109b41f070f/tumblr_njvgj2B6A61u6s7veo1_1280.png his feet were buried into the ground from the recoil]]. [[ItRunsInTheFamily His mother]] is also equally prone to crying up literal rivers while watching the tournament on TV; apparently she fainted ''five times'' during the tournament, two of those times being from ''dehydration!''
** The fact that this is turned UpToEleven has made fans joke that Izuku isn't actually quirkless and his ability to do this trope '''IS''' his quirk.
* Almost every Creator/HayaoMiyazaki film has at least one instance where a character will cry massive gobs of tears the size of golf balls.
* ''Manga/{{Haikyuu}}'' usually portrays realistic crying, but there's one notable example of OcularGushers: when Shimizu, the team manager, digs up Karasuno's old banner and wishes the team good luck in the upcoming tournament. The 3rd and 2nd years just stare blankly for a moment... [[Funny/{{Haikyuu}} then tears suddenly start splurting out]]. [[http://38.media.tumblr.com/10bf0db34d5c6738f3235e016c84b362/tumblr_n8aosktkEa1t89rpeo3_r1_500.gif It must be seen to be believed.]]

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* Kurami, ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'':
** Keima at one point claims he's not crying, he's enjoying a hot spring! Complete with Keima suddenly being in a small hot spring filled by his tears. [[ImagineSpotting Which other characters apparently see and comment upon.]] Unless he really made one instantly...
** In Chapter 78, Keima cries a river
after losing to Sora in the RealTimeStrategy equivalent of a chess game in ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife'', cries in this matter. It's oddly adorable too.
* Mako from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' takes this to its logical extreme at the end of
[[spoiler: her fight with Ryuko]] by having her entire eyes turn into pools of water before spewing forward like a busted hydrant. Like everything losing to Diana in that anime, even the crying is done to the extreme.
** She does it again when Gamagoori gets knocked out protecting her, making an otherwise dramatic scene fairly {{Narm}}-y.
* Lucy from ''Manga/FairyTail'' does this in the episode when she becomes invisible.
* Eriko from ''Manga/HighSchoolGirls'' is prone to this.
* Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', often turns this trope {{UpToEleven/Up to Eleven}}. In one instance, his tears shot upwards with so much pressure that [[http://40.media.tumblr.com/b54539096d49339e49ff3109b41f070f/tumblr_njvgj2B6A61u6s7veo1_1280.png his feet were buried into the ground from the recoil]]. [[ItRunsInTheFamily His mother]] is also equally prone to crying up literal rivers while watching the tournament on TV; apparently she fainted ''five times'' during the tournament, two of those times being from ''dehydration!''
** The fact that this is turned UpToEleven has made fans joke that Izuku isn't actually quirkless and his ability to do this trope '''IS''' his quirk.
* Almost every Creator/HayaoMiyazaki film has at least one instance where
a character will cry massive gobs of tears the size of golf balls.
* ''Manga/{{Haikyuu}}'' usually portrays realistic crying, but there's one notable example of OcularGushers: when Shimizu, the team manager, digs up Karasuno's old banner and wishes the team good luck in the upcoming tournament. The 3rd and 2nd years just stare blankly for a moment... [[Funny/{{Haikyuu}} then tears suddenly start splurting out]]. [[http://38.media.tumblr.com/10bf0db34d5c6738f3235e016c84b362/tumblr_n8aosktkEa1t89rpeo3_r1_500.gif It must be seen to be believed.]]
shogi match]].


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30th Aug '17 9:24:40 AM SgtFrog1
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* Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', often turns this trope {{UpToEleven/Up to Eleven}}. In one instance, his tears shot upwards with so much pressure that [[http://40.media.tumblr.com/b54539096d49339e49ff3109b41f070f/tumblr_njvgj2B6A61u6s7veo1_1280.png his feet were buried into the ground from the recoil]]. [[ItRunsInTheFamily His mother]] is also equally prone to crying up literal rivers while watching the tournament on TV.

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* Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', often turns this trope {{UpToEleven/Up to Eleven}}. In one instance, his tears shot upwards with so much pressure that [[http://40.media.tumblr.com/b54539096d49339e49ff3109b41f070f/tumblr_njvgj2B6A61u6s7veo1_1280.png his feet were buried into the ground from the recoil]]. [[ItRunsInTheFamily His mother]] is also equally prone to crying up literal rivers while watching the tournament on TV.TV; apparently she fainted ''five times'' during the tournament, two of those times being from ''dehydration!''
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