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Your Perfect Smile 1h
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Amanda Castray 2h
Netball World Cup Semi-Final
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Katie Fforde 4h
Never thought my habit of crying at absolutely everything would ever come in useful. But it got me a mention of Now there's fame!
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Jonathan Humble 4h
I am a lonely baked bean in the bottom of the tin. The chance of ending up on toast are looking pretty thin. And after all I’ve been through I’d suggest it is a sin that I’ll end up with all the tripe inside the rubbish bin ... sniff ☹ JH
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Just Cat 5h
Morning coffee with Andrew - says the euphonium makes him tear up. Cue list of tearing up triggers: -Bagpipes at the end of the Tattoo -Police horses in London -London NYE fireworks -Last Night of the Proms -Crossing Tower Bridge w/
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Adam Bradbury 4h
I recently found a dusty hundred year old cornet in my local Sally Army shop. After much TLC and a new set of springs I’ve got it working and can now bring tears to anyone within range (not in a good way)
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Helen Holland 4h
Oh I'm with you As soon as a starts up I uncontrollably start to cry, so it's not THAT unusual - I'm relieved to find out!
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Katie Fforde 4h
There used to be a code word for when I was crying the children would use to mock me. It was Tall Ships because I always cry when I see them. They'd say 'uh on, Tall Ships' as I sit there, eyes streaming.
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Joanne 4h
I am so relieved that woman spoke up about beans - I am the same! I thought I was alone with my madness 😂
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Philly 4h
I agree with the bean lady - I feel sorry for prawns or langoustines who are leftover in the paella and not eaten - they swam in the sea, were caught, cooked, and then not eaten - lived a whole life only to be thrown in the bin...
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Wincanton Silver Band 4h
BBC Radio 4 Saturday live is featuring brass bands today. Apparently they make Rev Richard Coles cry. The programme is featuring Durham festival
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Shelley Rainey 4h
Watching Torvill and Dean's Bolero.
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Catherine Philp 4h
Starving polar bears. Any marine life and plastic. Young lions or tigers cast out from the group. I basically can’t watch nature programmes at all.
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wozyhamish 3h
love this song....
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Philly 4h
"why hello Jill!" is up there as one of the funniest things I have ever seen. It's also how my mum and I answer the phone to each other now.
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Gillian Stuart 3h
I cry at steam trains too. The whistle sets me off 🚂
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Kate Fallan 4h
Brilliant to hear my friend and fellow member on this morning. Having lost her leg in a freak accident, she wrote her first novel and oozes positivity and brilliance wherever she goes 😊
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HR Services&Support 4h
the red arrows bring a tear to my eye
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LarkintheSky#FBPE Jul 13
Just heard you on - Loved hearing about your work - so grateful for your positive message about being a Single Mum. I'm 14 years in - still such a challenge, but I'm getting there in letting go of the shame, projected on me by society xxxx
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