We all like to think that our childhood was somewhat special and that we were so different from other children. But guess what – that doesn’t seem to be the case. This does not mean that we all experienced identical things in our childhood, but that most of us have certain little crazy thoughts and behaviour patterns in common. Do you still believe that you were that you were totally special? These 17 things prove that we were basically all the same during our childhood…
#1 We all thought we had „aqua powers“
#2 We all drew the sun in THAT SPECIAL CORNER
#3 During childhood, we all thought THIS was illegal
Why did my mom make me think it was illegal to turn a light on in a car while you were driving throughout my whole childhood
— Harold Fair (@Harold_fair) 3. Februar 2017
#4 And we all thought that we could grow trees in our tummies after eating a watermelon (did anyone succeed?)
#5 And that „magnet thing“?
#6 C’mon you counted them, too!
in elementary school when we would read out loud to the class from the textbook I would literally count the kids in front of me and figure out what section I was reading so I could practice it before it got to my turn and I think that’s where my anxiety started.
— ❦ (@sxulfulheartx) 7. August 2019
#7 Anger management for children
11 year old me: pic.twitter.com/KFnsBLVhLY
— ㅤㅤً (@rahmesh_) 1. August 2019
#8 And of course you also closed your eyes and leaned our heads against the window whenever the bus hit a bumpy road…
#9 Guess you’ve tried that as well
#10 Who wasn’t afraid of this? Be honest!
#11 Of course you also tried to push all the colours down at once, didn’t you?
#12 „The blue part erases ink!” That’s a lie we all believed
#13 That finger running tho
#14 OMG a bite of that sandwich right after swimming… Pure bliss!
#15 We all overestimated the dangers of quicksand in everyday life
#16 And most of us hung out here… at least once in their childhood
The 90's kids chill spot pic.twitter.com/WLvgacBq84
— The 90s Life (@The90sLife) November 26, 2014
#17 Fugly forever
Do parents still tell their kids “your face is going to get stuck like that” when they make ugly faces? Or was that only used to traumatize our generation?
— ? (@DanzaMsBanana) October 17, 2018
Did you do these things in your childhood, too? Let us know in the comment section!