11 TOTALLY Acceptable Little Things You Just Want To Cry Over
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11 TOTALLY Acceptable Little Things You Just Want To Cry Over

Little things that always make you tear up.

11 TOTALLY Acceptable Little Things You Just Want To Cry Over

I don’t know maybe you totaled your car and your mom murdered your fish you just bought that same night. I’ve compiled a list of things that is acceptable to cry over.

1. Finishing your favorite Netflix series.

That’s what got you through your super boring lecture. What are you supposed to do now?

2. Losing one of your favorite socks.

Maybe they have a cute pattern or that sock just brings you good luck, but either way you're heartbroken when you lose it.

3. Seeing a cute puppy.

Tears of joy, of course!

4. There are no more chocolate donuts left.

I live for the chocolate donuts my school serves. It’s the only reason I get out of bed Saturday mornings.

5. When you’ve worn all your clean leggings.

I forget how much I hate pants until I have to wear them.

6. When you check your bank account.

How do I only have $30?

7. When a store runs out of your size.

And you don't have the patience to have it shipped to your house from their warehouse.

8. Walking out of an exam knowing you failed.


9. Getting snow in April.

Like, why? I'm supposed to be wearing sandals right now.

10. When Netflix takes off your favorite movie.

Yes, I almost cried when I found out "10 Things I Hate About You" was no longer on Netflix.

11. Liking expensive things.

Having to put something back because it's way over your budget is the worst feeling ever.

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