You cry, I cry too

13:33 Yannie 22 Comments

I am actually a person who can cry so easily. I cry when 1. hearing a sad story. 2. watching a sad movie/drama. 3. feeling sad.

This picture of Dato Lee Chong Wei wiping away his tears discreetly moved me. He actually did this very quickly, but the camera shooting was even faster.



The world seems so cruel to a person so persistent like him. My heart is aching seeing him heart wrenching.  I hope that by now he has been brightened up by his lovely wife, sons, family and friends. 

Pending down my emotion after watching the badminton men’s singles final in Rio Olympics last Saturday. 

22 comments:

  1. I cry easily too especially when watching sad movies and I feel embarrassed when there are other people around. Yes, it was sad for me too when LCW lost the match. But I am proud he put up a good fight.

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    1. I wanted to so much for LCW to win. I was so emotional watching him lose in the matches. I could feel his disappointment and sorrow. Therefore I cried a few times when seeing all the pictures of him in FB.

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  2. I watched. I cheered when he defeated Lin Dan in that heart stopping game. I cried too when he lost to Chen Long after trying so hard. Sigh.. He is still our hero nevertheless. He played a great game.

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    1. I felt so moved when seeing him controlling his tears from running down during the interview by Astro.

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  3. Yes, feel so sorry not that we did not get the coveted gold medal but so sorry for him that he would have to live the rest of his life that in spite of all the glory he had attained, he never achieved his dream of getting an Olympic gold - three silvers, no gold. Pity him.

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    1. Yes, you are right, Arthur, I feel sad for you because of that too. He dream like never come true. That's life, never ideal for anyone.

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  4. I didn't cry, but I did feel resigned. And I was angry at Chen Long all through the match. I mean, as a neutral, good job to him for playing much better than his usual level to win. But as a Malaysian, I feel angry that he picked the worst match to play much better than his usual to deny LCW at his last chance saloon. Haih...

    And that was the reason he won LCW, because he play much better than his usual level, not the bullshit of age or stamina like so many say.

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    1. The f**ker Chen Long was way better that time. He was just too good to beat. WTF!

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  5. I am like you, very sentimental too.

    This picture is indeed very sad to see. To me, DLCW is still the best, not easy representing the country in a big game like Olympic, so so pressured!

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    1. We felt sad because he couldn't make his dream came true with all his effort and time spent.

      Something is still missing in his life - the true badminton championship.

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  6. He did his best and too bad , he can't go one step further ! Not easy to produce another player like him.

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    1. Right, we got to wait for quite some time .

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  7. I tearing easily too. My heart goes to DLCW. I am sure he is fine by now. Always a hero in everyone's hearts.

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    1. Sad for him, sad for us, sad for the whole nation and country. Sigh! Life is never ideal for anyone, including him.

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  8. but he is still a winner to us all

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    1. Yes, as we can't anyone to replace him at this moment.

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  9. I salute LCW for his heroic winnings in so many tournaments. He has been the best in the badminton arena that could bring all races together. In KL, it is a bit of mixed emotions as many had personal issues after knowing him personally. I was surprised that many fellas wanted LD and CL to win too.

    I won't cry watching games but I could go bonkers and throw chairs! LOLOL

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    1. Oh really? How surprise to know that many had personal issues with him! Can tell more or not, Anay? You make me so curious.

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  10. I was a poor loser... During the second set, I switched off the tv... Cannot bear to see his sorrow..

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    1. Hahaha! Me too, I can't bear the disappointment when he lost, it is very heart throbbing.

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