Jan 12, 2009 11:28AM
bloody Lion King! It gets me every time!
Why are Disney films so sad????
Jan 12, 2009 10:38AM
tell me about it i cry at disney films
Jan 12, 2009 10:39AM
I've decided that my boy will not be watching Bambi, I can't make my way through that one.
And lets not get started on Dumbo!
Jan 12, 2009 10:40AM
oh my god took a little 4 year old to the movies to see that and me and me mate were in tears-little girl was fine and thought we were a bit odd! Exactly the same thing with the Hunchback of Notre Dame (sp?). Tried to look cool like I had something in my eye but Sophie was way too smart. Can't help it! x
Jan 12, 2009 10:44AM
lol, I know what you mean.. I watched Finding Nemo yesterday and couldn't believe how sad the beginning was- sob!
Jan 12, 2009 10:48AM
haha! bless you, i thought it was guna be something serious. I ALWAYS cry at that film too! i'm really really soft mind, i cry at anything!
Jan 12, 2009 10:57AM
I can't bear the thought of Lily watching sad films when she's a bit bigger if they affect her as much as they do her mummy! I'm going to have to vet everything first!
I have no faith in film ratings these days, either - not since the latest Batman was deemed a PG - omfg
Jan 12, 2009 11:03AM
PinkToothbrush coundn't agree more oh and I have said we'll have to go to the movies first to check em over before Alf goes anywhere near em! Hanncock was the sameas Batman with the f word all over the place and a 12A!
Jan 12, 2009 11:28AM
I cant manage Disney either!
Even got to a point (before I met Paul) that I used to sit there and scream at the Disney Princesses that in real life they wouldnt have met their prince then cry at the happy endings pmsl!!!
Now I cry at everything - The Dark Knight I cried at coz I loved Heath Ledger and hated the fact he'd died and the last film I cried at was Seven Pounds with Will Smith - OMG I loved it.
The oldies are the still the goodies tho- The Champ anyone lol
Apr 6, 2019 10:03AM
Trying to conceive with PCOS.
Hi, I hope I’m posting this in the right place. I’m new to this so bare with me 🙈. Background - I was diagnosed with PCOS a little over a year ago and have been trying to conceive for just over 2 years. I have been to fertility appointments who haven’t found any additional problems (e.g. hcg scan came back clear) and my partners tests were all ok. I understand weight is a big factor with PCOS and I have lost 10% of my body weight as recommended and keep trying to loose more. The more time goes on the more deflated and useless I feel. Each time I get excited thinking it might be my time then I get a false test 🤦♀️ The fertility appointments are far apart and the months in between each one just seem longer and longer. I was was wondering if anyone had been through similar experiences and have any advice? I have also read online that ovulation sticks don’t always work for women with PCOS. Anyone have any advice on this? Thank you for taking the time to read this. x
Apr 5, 2019 8:44AM
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