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Old 07-30-2014, 12:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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28: No-Knickers-Chloe

Lauren and co-host Emmy count up to the bottom 10 moments spent crying in public. Ever.*
With guest, actor Chloe Hooton.
With Chemda Quivers.

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There is something utterly terrifying to children about bees. In her 12 years of existence my daughter has never been stung. Yet if a bee is within sight, she still loses her shit like impending doom. What's up with that? Do kids get traumatized simply from experiencing other kids' bee sting trauma? Weird.

Liked the ep. Thought it was interesting when everyone agreed, "You aren't a legit New Yorker until you've cried on the subway." Sad. Also, hilarious!

I believe it was the great Bob Dylan who once sang, "Old New York City is a friendly ol' town - from Washington Heights to Harlem on down. There's a mighty many people and a million all around. They'll kick you when you're up and knock you when you're down."
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My top bottom moment of crying in public was:
3 months after my 21st birthday I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (my pancreas stopped working, nothing related to diet) after getting out of the hospital and convincing my mom I was ok to survive on my own I had my first meal alone. I decided to go to Arby's. Half way through my meal I started to tear up and soon it turned into hysterical crying. I quickly got up and left and managed to call my mom and cried in the parking lot for about an hour. It was very traumatic and I still feel like crying when I think about that moment. I was crying because I hated the taste of the diet soda and that this is the rest of my life - this horrible taste.
I would like to say that I don't drink soda anymore but I'm pathetically ultra addicted. I've tried to quit but I can't. I still hate the taste.
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