I was 12 years old my Dog died at the age of 15. I was devastated especially because I was going to a new School. And lost my best friend I also was recovering from surgery on my leg. So life was a little annoying for 12 year old me. So during recess I stayed in the libary. The librarian decided to reccomend me a book she knew my Dog died. And recommended me a picture book. I read it and wept. Motherfūcker recommends a book where the dog dies in the end. I felt very betrayed. Like she recommended it to me cause hey both your dogs are dead.
@A Scientologist, Same year she read my class a different book where the dog dies in the end.... in retrospective maybe she just hates dogs.
@A Scientologist, "That's right ya little shjt, fvck you, fvck your dog, fvck that fictional dog, and fvck the fictional dog in this book I'm about to read the class"
@A Scientologist, lol I hope she got a raise
@A Scientologist, which books? I too hate dogs.
@A Scientologist, damn son you didn’t deserve that.
Any book where a dog dies at the end not kidding I value a dog’s life more than most people like if a dog and child were drowning and I only had time to save one I’d (ok probably freeze) save the dog
@eleven, so, basically every book with some kind of Children's Literature award on the cover...
Where the red fern grows. Dogs died at the end
Game of Thrones. Scene where Robb comes in to talk to Brann and tries to reassure him, but starts crying because he's a kid himself in way over his head, so Brann just holds his hand.
Had Freedman as a professor at UCSB. Dude was an a-hole in lecture. And I got a good grade from him...
What about the last book that made you cry?
A tale of two cities
I’m sure he was crying at the cost of the textbook
Me with electric fields
All of engineering classes