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Shigatsu wa kimi no uso :cry:
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Death Parade, which is pathetic.
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Air..... scene misuzu says "thank you mom" in episode 12
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Angel Beats! :s
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Hotaru no Haka made me cry twice. Can't think of any other anime that's managed to do that.
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aaah, i agree with you!
Tokyo magnitude 8.0 really hit me
But there are others such as ano hana and clannad :)
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I had a lot of feels for Your Lie in April. :(
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Probably Elfen Lied.
It didn't make me cry though, it was just really sad and f***ed up
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fk tokyo magnitude 8.0
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Probably bokurano.
both because its very sad depressing in general, but also because its one of the worst manga-to-anime adaptations ever.
like really. dont watch the anime first.
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Still Angel Beats :(:(:(
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Free! -Eternal Summer- (in Episode 13 the last is cries finished swims)
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ano hana
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I'm male
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I haven't watched a lot of sad anime but I guess Clannad or Elfen Lied.
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Plastic Memories... loved it, but I know it isn't the saddest anime out there, but that's the saddest one I watched so far.
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Your lie in April.
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Well i think " AngelBeats " was the saddest anime i have ever watched ;^;
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yousofashraf wrote:

Well i think " AngelBeats " was the saddest anime i have ever watched ;^;
Agree ending made me cry.
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Hibike! Euphonium 2 Ep4 ( Kumiko tried her best to keep this from crashing down after learning more than she was comfortable knowing, but I liked that she didn’t have a say in how this played out. This isn’t her story to resolve, so having her witness this resolution is all she needs to do. The moment between Mizore and Nozomi was tense in a strange way; Mizore is nauseous at the sight of her friend from middle school who didn’t think to tell her she had quit the band, and essentially left her behind, while Nozomi doesn’t see what the problem is, as she didn’t think anything of it. Really, all these two needed to do was get together and explain their perspectives so they could resolve this issue. But that’s the problem: Nozomi didn’t see it as one. She removed herself, saw that the girl who she brought into the band was doing fine without her, and didn’t want to disappoint her by bringing her into the drama. But Mizore’s reaction is understandable, feeling left out and questioning why she was even there at all if the reason she joined was gone. Their coming together was lovely, and I’m happy this all got resolved.

In saying that, I think Yuuko is the one who comes out of this looking best. After her emotional outbursts regarding Kaori’s solo last year, she’s swallowed some of her pride and instead puts her focus on being a supportive friend. I can see why some find her annoying, but there’s no questioning that if she was your friend, you can bet she’d be a damn good friend who’d stick up for you no matter what, even when you may be in the wrong, and doesn’t hold back her on her passion. I’ve always had a soft spot for her, but after the past two episodes she’s shot near the top of the pack for me.Source:http://randomc.net )
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