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Desc:We are raising a nation of pussies.
Category:Horror, General Station
Tags:bad parenting, circle of life, pussies, Odd Life of Timothy Green, IT WAS SUPER SAD
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
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Comment count is 35
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-25
These kids are going to have horrible social lives by the time they get to junior high.
Hank Friendly - 2012-08-25
Did they spray these kids with CS gas before they filmed this? Eerily reminiscent of this:


which, by the way needs to be resubmitted
Oscar Wildcat - 2012-08-25
You'd think if Tim was deciduous he'd have produced some seeds after dropping his leaves. WTF Hollywood?
Caminante Nocturno - 2012-08-25
Meanwhile, William Evergreen walks out of the theater and has a hearty, sadistic laugh.

boner - 2012-08-25
They thought it was too cloyingly sentimental.
Hooker - 2012-08-25
The next generation is for sure this time going to be the one that's so much worse than all the ones previous to it.
themilkshark - 2012-08-25


Caminante Nocturno - 2012-08-25
Now that their defenses are down, show them Watership Down and Grave of the Fireflies.

Then tear out their eyes.
fedex - 2012-08-25
after that, they'll tear them out themselves

themilkshark - 2012-08-25
Old Yeller, Marley and Me, My Girl

big pincers - 2012-08-26
my girl got her first period while we were watching My Girl on VHS.

fedex - 2012-08-27
it's like a pedo-loop

Robin Kestrel - 2012-08-25
Circle of life, bitches.
Binro the Heretic - 2012-08-25
When I was seven, I cried like this after my parents took me to the drive-in and we saw "The Crater Lake Monster".

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-08-25
The Crater Lake Monster ended with one of the two comic reliefs dying, and the surviving member bitterly crying over the loss of his life partner.

Binro the Heretic - 2012-08-25
There are tons of comic reliefs. THERE WAS ONLY ONE PLESIOSAUR!

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-08-25
These kids are not going to be this sad when their parents die, if their parents were the ones who shot and uploaded this humiliating video.
kingofthenothing - 2012-08-27
I'm guessing stepdad, because stepdads are always fucked up.

kamlem - 2012-08-25
I didn't do this for Project X (1987). No sir!
kingarthur - 2012-08-26
Yeah, okay, now that you bring that up. The nuns used to show us that movie in class just to produce the energy-filled tears of children.

kingarthur - 2012-08-26
Man, now I'm remembering Goliath flying that simulation mission to nowhere... :(

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-08-25
Splatter films don'treally expose kids to the heartbreaking truth:
Mortality is a motherfucker.

I remember seeing King Kong as a five year old. Kong appears from the wilderness, Fay Wray screams, close up of Kong's big teeth. And I can remember thinking: He's going to eat her, and she won't be there anymore. And I ran screaming from the room.

I'm literally old enough to be grandfather to these kids, and earlier today i carried on just like this, because my cat of twenty years is about to die. Crying doesn't come as easily to me, so my sobs were gut-wrenching and horrible. Luckily, no one was standing by with a video camera.

Those adults, teasing, ask the boys "Do you want him to live forever?"

Jesus, Mom, do you even have to ask? OF COURSE I want him to live forever! What kind of a stupid question is that?
Father Avalanche - 2012-08-26
Sorry about your kitty, John.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-25
I can't remember crying to any on screen deaths as a kid. Bambi's mom, Old Yeller, Artax the horse...did nothing to me.

I think the first movie I cried to was Edward Scissorhands when I was 15 and I in my goth phase and thought it was SO DEEP HE DIDNT EVEN DO ANYTHING TO YOU!
Doomstein - 2012-08-26
I shed a single tear at the end of 'The Crow'.

joelkazoo - 2012-08-25
I was a total pussy as a kid, and I remember crying at the Nazis melting at the end of Raiders (I was like 4 at the time). My mom tried to comfort me by saying "It's okay, they were Nazis, and they deserved to die!"

Now, I am one of those horrible people who think kids crying is hilarious.
Doomstein - 2012-08-26
Those Nazis had families!

Actually I should write a short story about Raiders of the Lost Ark from the perspective of one of those doomed german soldiers.

Arriving in Egypt...

Guarding a dig site...

Plane at airfield a quarter mile away blows up, chunk of plane almost crushes him when it lands.

Getting in a motorcycle accident because of some crazy fucker in a fedora attacking the convoy he was guarding...

Whee! A submarine ride! ...

Marching to open some crazy golden box... oh shit, there's that crazy fucker in the hat again! ...

Hole blown in chest by ghosts.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-26
I just laughed hysterically to this, Doomstein.

Doomstein - 2012-08-25
When I was about 8 or so, my father rented a movie called 'The Mosquito Coast'.

I shed a few quiet tears when the father in the film was shot and lay dying on the boat. As MY father dying some day was something that had never occured to me.

14 years later I watched it again, I had a very different reaction. He got shot and I responded "Yeah, FUCK that guy!!

It's certainly a profound moment when a child grasps the concept ot mortality and the permanance of death. Sometimes it strikes us like lightning and the only way our brains can cope is with tears or hysterics.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-26
I saw that as a kid and HATED the dad so much. I didn't care when he got shot. I guess I was a really callous kid.

Doomstein - 2012-08-26
Oh now, some kids just grow up a little faster, that's all.

Snakeweapon - 2012-08-26
I remember either watching the land before time or going to my grandma's funeral & having it tweak this idea of mortality in my young brain. That night I lay in bed thinking of every single person I ever met in my five or six years or whatever it was, and imagining them all dying. That was probably the saddest I've ever been in my life. It seems funny or cute to observe this from the outside, like watching the clip, but when you're a kid you don't filter this kind of horror at all.
dead_cat - 2012-08-26
WOW. No, your kids totally aren't going to hate your guts for posting this online.
chumbucket - 2012-08-26
Harden the fuck up
dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-08-27
When I was these kids' age, nothing in a film could make me cry. In fact, I remember laughing when Bambi's mom got shot at age 4.

Somehow, with age I became a pussy though, and now I can't even watch little Simba beg for dead Mufasa to wake up without my eyes getting watery.
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