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I thought if you filled a glass with water it would just keep going up, in the shape of the glass above the rim forever. I was pretty disappointed when it didn't work.
I thought the whole world was in black and white before color TV. lol.
how long was it after you were born, that you actually saw a glass of water poured, and your vision shattered?
And if you were really that young when it happened, how do you remember such an obscure thing like that?
I'm not sure I had an preconceived ideas about the pouring of water that early on.
- That's the weird part or what I can't work out why didn't I test it earlier? I tested it at like 6. I don't know, I just do? My memory is actually bad though.rabbit
- I was seriously seriously disappointed, I have visions of a massive water tower lol maybe that's why I remember it, the disappointment.rabbit
still a kid
life was simpler.
im more of a kid now than i was 10 years ago
we used to wait
i used to run around naked and nobody gave a shit... give me back my youth
I used to get bloody noses if I slept facing my bedroom wall as a kid pretty reliably.
People left their doors unlocked, kids could play outside in the neighborhood without the parents being arrested for child abuse and snowflake ideology and safe spaces didn't exist.
Your mom could whip the ass of the neighbor bitch cause she hit you without getting arrested.
At night, I would stare out the car window with my eyes half closed and trip out on how the lights got distorted. I still do this sometimes.
One time I asked my dad what those huge construction cranes were for, he said they were for killing monsters, I of course believed him.
There is to this day, a power plant on the side of the road that we would sometimes drive by at night, it still lights up like a Christmas tree, in my head it was an underwater city. :)
I used to think plant
trees in people ears!!
I had a recurring dream that the universe dissolved into color particles made up of crayon dust.
I got in a lot of trouble
I watched the moon from the front of my house trying to make out the lunar module or the flag during Apollo 11
the best time I had was jumping bike ramps made from wood I stole from my next door neighbor (I didn't got in trouble that time)
I had no fear when it came to riding bicycles, skateboards, climbing trees, etc.
Make a ramp from an old door with stacked up cinder blocks? Fuck yeah! Ride full blast down a sketchy trail just to get thrown over the handlebars by a downed tree? Of course!
I can remember going so fast at a table top jump that I cleared the whole thing, and snapped my wrist while still holding on to the handlebars when I landed.
The Unsolved Mysteries theme song used to scare the shit out of me for some reason.
... I thought quicksand was going to be more of a problem in life
- me too!maquito
- Ha, me too!canoe
- Quicksand... and lava.ETM
- HAHA yepHijoDMaite
- your life aint over yet young padawansince1979
- surviving quicksand was a fucking serious discussion among us as kids, among other survival techniquesmonospaced
- yes! watching this was terrifying https://www.youtube.…prophetone
- we didnt had ant quicksand in Holland. Barley. yeah on construction sides. But that was scary as fuck..sureshot
- ant= anysureshot
- don't get complacent - that's when it gets youFax_Benson
- It's in 40% of the cartoons you watched as a kid. It's understandable.CyBrainX
- don't feel bad, surest, nobody actually had quicksandmonospaced
- anyway, I wholeheartedly blame The Neverending Story for the quicksand fear that instilled itself in an entire generation of young menmonospaced
ice skated past dog pond into the woods... there were streams of ice that jumped all over and went on forever... it seemed