weepy


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weepy

Informal
a romantic and sentimental film or book
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The important thing about the books is that Horrid Henry never targets Weepy William or Anxious Andrew.
Someone should have told me this earlier and I would have been saved from the years of suffering in silence over my one secret: I cry very easily, especially when watching a weepy in a dark theatre.
MY DAUGHTER'S LITTLE TEDDY He doesn't play football Nor does he play cricket He never says sorry But I know he's not wicked Never will he argue And he doesn't really smile If someone shouted at him Well he would not run a mile Although he's not attractive In fact he's rather tubby He's really loved by everyone Though often very grubby When children are feeling weepy And need someone to hug He's always there and willing To make them feel snug Bedtime is when he's loved the most When mum says are you ready Who is he?
24 hours a week after falling out with their partner, watching a weepy film or losing a loved one, reports The Daily Express.
EPIC weepy The Notebook will receive a special Valentine's Day screening at Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle as a special treat for loved-up North East audiences.
The unsightly red, weepy patches cleared up within weeks.
Readers inclined to get weepy over inadequate MIT financial aid packages will find plenty of pathos in this journalistic account by former Dartmouth admissions officer Jager-Hyman.
According to a recent study, test subjects watching Love Story--a weepy 1970 romance--ate an average of 125 grains of buttered, salted popcorn (the amount in a medium-size bag at the movies).
Chance encounters with tweedy Columbia professor Phillip (Justin Kirk) and the wholesome, weepy Grace (Gretchen Mol) lead to Allegra's bedroom, which is busier than Grand Central Station.
This weepy nonsense had only one purpose: to manipulate emotions and make those who are against homosexual "marriage" feel guilty and regretful over such cruel opinions, and thereby, it was hoped, keep silent out of shame.
Although both romance and mainstream titles show how conflicts can be overcome, mainstream titles are often funny, gossipy, dramatic, weepy or scandalous.
SEOUL MATES: When the top hits of 2004 are tallied, the weepy South Korean TV melodrama "Winter Sonata," starring toothy heartthrob Bae Yongjun, is likely to head the list.