- Who gets angry, within reason; gets weepy, within reason .
- Boomers nostalgic for their hitchhiking days, as well as their children thumbing a ride to the city for the first time, will find something to get weepy over.
- The word afterward was that the British were coming around to Washington's view that the fall of weepy Premier Mohammed Mossadegh would probably bring the Communist Tudeh party .
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- Dancer gal pal bares shock
In a weepy final blog post, the pole-dancing ballerina girlfriend of leaker Edward Snowden said she was ready to move on after his earth-shaking decision to dish government secrets and disappear. “At the moment, all I can feel is alone,” Lindsay Mills wrote after Snowden revealed that he was the...
June 12, 2013 - New York Post
- ToDo ToDay: Face to Face, SuperNOVA, Capital Pride, and Russian Pop
I first heard a Face to Face song on a Vagrant Records compilation. It was the early 2000s, and the band—surprisingly noisy for Vagrant, better known as home to weepy emo bands Dashboard Confessional and The Get Up Kids—had already been kicking it for a decade.
June 7, 2013 - Washington City Paper
- Bridges of Madison County Musical Headed to Broadway
The musical version of your mother's favorite weepy Meryl Streep movie (and also the best-selling book by Robert James Waller) will begin previews January 13 and open sometime in February 2014. Bartlett Sher (South Pacific) will direct; the book is by Marsha Norman, with lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. While ... More »
June 6, 2013 - Vulture
- Craig Ferguson in MSNBC
If I get weepy, I don't want any slow cameras zooming in and music and stuff like that,said Ferguson, 43, during the 15-minute tribute. "You don't need to manufacture the drama. My heart's broken, my father's dead."
- Joey McIntyre in OK! Magazine
We could get very weepy right now and sappy, because we absolutely have the greatest fans in the world,said Joey.
- Peter Travers in BlackBook Magazine
Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote, "It's all weepy drool until the twist ending, which turns it shockingly offensive."