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16th Aug '17 6:00:49 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Since MenDontCry, they can't very well be seen with OcularGushers or, worse, InelegantBlubbering. So the macho tragic hero will often only shed [[SingleTear a single, sparkling tear]], to accent his pain while making sure he keeps his awesome machismo. Used particularly in fantasy fiction, during a flashback to the tragic past.

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Since MenDontCry, they can't very well be seen with OcularGushers or, worse, InelegantBlubbering. So the macho tragic hero will often only shed [[SingleTear a single, sparkling tear]], to accent his pain while making sure he keeps his awesome machismo. Used particularly in fantasy fiction, during a flashback to the tragic past.
14th Aug '17 1:52:35 PM whyisthisincorrect
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* ''Manga/Bleach'' Meta example: in a fair amount of GreyRainOfDepression, TrainingFromHell and CurbStompBattle scenes in both the Manga and especially the anime it's hard to distinguish between sweat, rain and tears. Although from track coming directly from the eyes or for example in Uryuu's case when talking about his grandfather the voice acting tend to imply a mix of sources.

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* ''Manga/Bleach'' Bleach Meta example: in a fair amount of GreyRainOfDepression, TrainingFromHell and CurbStompBattle scenes in both the Manga and especially the anime it's hard to distinguish between sweat, rain and tears. Although from track coming directly from the eyes or for example in Uryuu's case when talking about his grandfather the voice acting tend to imply a mix of sources.
14th Aug '17 1:51:54 PM whyisthisincorrect
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* ''Manga/Bleach'' Meta example: in a fair amount of [[GreyRainOfDepression]], [[TrainingFromHell]] and [[CurbStompBattle]] scenes in both the Manga and especially the anime it's hard to distinguish between sweat, rain and tears. Although from track coming directly from the eyes or for example in Uryuu's case when talking about his grandfather the voice acting tend to imply a mix of sources.

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* ''Manga/Bleach'' Meta example: in a fair amount of [[GreyRainOfDepression]], [[TrainingFromHell]] GreyRainOfDepression, TrainingFromHell and [[CurbStompBattle]] CurbStompBattle scenes in both the Manga and especially the anime it's hard to distinguish between sweat, rain and tears. Although from track coming directly from the eyes or for example in Uryuu's case when talking about his grandfather the voice acting tend to imply a mix of sources.
14th Aug '17 1:50:54 PM whyisthisincorrect
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14th Aug '17 1:47:47 PM whyisthisincorrect
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* ''Manga/Bleach'' Meta example: in a fair amount of [[GreyRainOfDepression]], [[TrainingFromHell]] and [[CurbStompBattle]] scenes in both the Manga and especially the anime it's hard to distinguish between sweat, rain and tears. Although from track coming directly from the eyes or for example in Uryuu's case when talking about his grandfather the voice acting tend to imply a mix of sources.
29th Jul '17 10:16:46 PM AzureReality
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* In ''Manga/TerraFormars'' a funny and heartwarming example in chapter nine of the manga. Alex and Marcos are in tears after learning of Akari's past. Akari, moved to tears himself, comments that they are good guys for [[TenderTears crying so much]]. Both Alex and Marcos insist they aren't crying and that it's only the spices from the hotpot they are eating.

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* In ''Manga/TerraFormars'' a funny and heartwarming example occurs in chapter nine of the manga. Alex and Marcos are in tears after learning of Akari's past. Akari, moved to tears himself, comments that they are good guys for [[TenderTears crying so much]]. Both Alex and Marcos insist they aren't crying and that it's only the spices from the hotpot they are eating.
29th Jul '17 10:13:55 PM AzureReality
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* In ''Manga/TerraFormars'' a funny and heartwarming example in chapter nine of the manga. Alex and Marcos are in tears after learning of Akari's past. Akari, moved to tears himself, comments that they are good guys for crying so much. Both Alex and Marcos insist they aren't crying and that it's only the spices from the hotpot they are eating.

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* In ''Manga/TerraFormars'' a funny and heartwarming example in chapter nine of the manga. Alex and Marcos are in tears after learning of Akari's past. Akari, moved to tears himself, comments that they are good guys for [[TenderTears crying so much.much]]. Both Alex and Marcos insist they aren't crying and that it's only the spices from the hotpot they are eating.
28th Jul '17 8:33:11 PM AzureReality
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* In ''Manga/TerraFormars'' a funny and heartwarming example in chapter nine of the manga. Alex and Marcos are in tears after learning of Akari's past. Akari, moved to tears himself, comments that they are good guys for crying so much. Both Alex and Marcos insist they aren't crying and that it's only the spices from the hotpot they are eating.
9th Jul '17 3:20:19 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied to hell and back in the ''FlightOfTheConchords'' song "I'm Not Crying" - "I'm not upset because you've left me this way, my eyes are just a little sweaty today", "It's just raining / [[PersonalRaincloud on my face]]", "I've just been [[OnionTears cutting onions]] / I'm making a lasagna / [[EatingLunchAlone for one]]"...

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* Parodied to hell and back in the ''FlightOfTheConchords'' Music/FlightOfTheConchords song "I'm Not Crying" - "I'm not upset because you've left me this way, my eyes are just a little sweaty today", "It's just raining / [[PersonalRaincloud on my face]]", "I've just been [[OnionTears cutting onions]] / I'm making a lasagna / [[EatingLunchAlone for one]]"...
3rd Jun '17 5:00:20 AM Az_Tech341
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** In another episode Buford cried admiring the invention of the day and Baljeet asked if he was crying. Buford answered "NoYou are crying!" and then put his own tear on Baljeet's eye.

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** In another episode episode, Buford cried cries, admiring the invention of the day and day; Baljeet asked asks if he was is crying. Buford answered "NoYou answers "No: you are crying!" and then put puts his own tear on Baljeet's eye.



** "Chasing Bobby" has Hank crying in an emotional scene in a movie which alarms Peggy [[spoiler:because he knows his long time truck is dying]]. Hank denies it by saying he has something in his eye. Peggy wants him to admit it and even takes him to an eye doctor.
** Another time Peggy declared "I have something in my eye, but I am also crying."

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** "Chasing Bobby" has Hank crying in an emotional scene in a movie movie, which alarms Peggy [[spoiler:because he knows his long time truck is dying]]. Hank denies it by saying he has something in his eye. Peggy wants him to admit it and even takes him to an eye doctor.
** Another time Peggy declared declares, "I have something in my eye, but I am also crying."



** In the half-episode "Roachie", Kim tears up after Ron has to let go of Roachie ([[ItMakesSenseInContext a dog-sized cockroach]]). When Rufus notices it, she complains that the wind's coming off miles of garbage, where Roachie was let go.
** In "A Sitch in Time", when it seems that Team Possible is [[BreakingTheFellowship breaking up for good]], Ron says he has something in his eyes and signs off.

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** In the half-episode "Roachie", Kim tears up after Ron has to let go of Roachie ([[ItMakesSenseInContext a dog-sized cockroach]]). When Rufus notices it, she complains that the wind's coming off miles of garbage, where Roachie was is let go.
** In "A Sitch in Time", when it seems that Team Possible is [[BreakingTheFellowship breaking up for good]], Ron says he has something in his eyes and signs off.signals his departure.



** [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Gruffi Gummi]] once used this trope in the episode "Gummi Dearest".
** Cubbi also used this trope in the episode "Up, Up, and Away".

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** [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Gruffi Gummi]] once used uses this trope in the episode "Gummi Dearest".
** Cubbi also used uses this trope in the episode "Up, Up, and Away".



* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' had Po claim to have "sweaty eyes".
* Happened in ''WesternAnimation/TopCat'' when the gang adopts an abandoned baby, only to have to give him back when the mother reclaims him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' had has Po claim to have "sweaty eyes".
* Happened Happens in ''WesternAnimation/TopCat'' when the gang adopts an abandoned baby, only to have to give him back when the mother reclaims him.



* Similar to the above example, with the same species of animal no less, is the end of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' cartoon "Smitten with Kittens." Rita and Runt "adopt" a litter of stray kittens, but eventually give them up to a human owner. Runt [[OcularGushers cries a big puddle of tears]] as he says goodbye Rita, despite having [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold grumbled and refused to bond with the kittens through the cartoon,]] drops a tear into the puddle too, then remarks "It's, uh, starting to rain..." which conveniently, it is.
* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' episode "My Fair Hatey". Wander has "something in my eye" after learning Lord Dominator seems to be inviting Lord Hater on a date, then immediately admits it's "these TearsOfJoy."

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* Similar to the above example, with the same species of animal no less, is the end of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' cartoon "Smitten with Kittens." Kittens". Rita and Runt "adopt" a litter of stray kittens, but eventually give them up to a human owner. Runt [[OcularGushers cries a big puddle of tears]] as he says goodbye Rita, despite having [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold grumbled and refused to bond with the kittens through the cartoon,]] cartoon]], drops a tear into the puddle too, then remarks "It's, uh, starting to rain..." which conveniently, it is.
* Parodied {{Parodied|Trope}} in the ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' episode "My Fair Hatey". Wander claims he has "something something in my eye" his eye after learning Lord Dominator seems to be inviting Lord Hater on a date, then immediately admits it's "these TearsOfJoy."
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