History TearJerker / MarmaladeBoy

12th May '16 2:51:33 AM Adept
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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going teary eyed... well, I'm afraid you're in the minority.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzS7N0ZGkoE Saigo no Yakusoku]]. Every time that damn song sounds in the background, go get your hankies. Even worse? [[CrowningmusicofAwesome It's a REALLY good song in itself.]] [[EarWorm And catchy as Hell!]]

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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the Many scenes qualify. The scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going would make most viewers teary eyed... well, I'm afraid you're in the minority.
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzS7N0ZGkoE Saigo no Yakusoku]]. Every time that damn song sounds in the background, go get your hankies. Even worse? [[CrowningmusicofAwesome It's a REALLY good song in itself.]] [[EarWorm And catchy as Hell!]]
14th Jan '14 10:30:14 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going teary eyed... well, i'm afraid you're in the minority.

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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going teary eyed... well, i'm I'm afraid you're in the minority.minority.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzS7N0ZGkoE Saigo no Yakusoku]]. Every time that damn song sounds in the background, go get your hankies. Even worse? [[CrowningmusicofAwesome It's a REALLY good song in itself.]] [[EarWorm And catchy as Hell!]]
14th Dec '12 9:53:41 AM Orihime
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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going teary eyed, you should consider searching for the rest of your soul.

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* ''MarmaladeBoy'' had several moments qualifying as {{glurge}} or {{narm}}, but didn't lack of good {{Tear Jerker}}s. If you watched either the scene between Meiko and Namura in the train station, or Miki and Yuu's scene at the airport, both with the already depressing ''Saigo no Yakusoku'' in the background, without ''at least'' going teary eyed, you should consider searching for eyed... well, i'm afraid you're in the rest of your soul.minority.
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