Childhood Memories

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    Aug 03, 2010 9:38 AM GMT
    Do you have anything that really stands out, good or bad? I have one: In like the 6th grade at school these girls were picking on and physically bulling this other girl, and it was clear that they were doing it just to be mean. This was while waiting for the bus to come to take us home. To this day, I think about it and kick myself for not intervening. Even though those four girls could of probably beat me up! hehe. Actually one time I did stand up for someone I didn't know at school and that was a good feeling. You're welcome Benson!
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    Aug 03, 2010 10:00 AM GMT
    i have many memories like that, but they are pretty personal, i wouldn't like to share them.

    but something i will tell you. there was this girls that me and my friends hated because she was so dumb and douchebag, and in the 7th grade i had the courage and set her hair on fire icon_smile.gif)))

    it burned few centimeters of it.
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    Aug 03, 2010 10:02 AM GMT
    If I could go back in time I would stop you and be like "noooooooooo!" icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 03, 2010 10:08 AM GMT
    no please, it felt good to see that ugly face literally get BURNED icon_smile.gif))
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    Aug 03, 2010 12:10 PM GMT
    Many... both good and not so much. Most of my memories are good, but there are a few that are not..

    I have almost a picture memory, so I remember things that people think are odd, especially about elementary school. I was conveying a dream I had to a childhood friend of mine when we were in 4th grade. I gave her the details of the room and even what the teacher was wearing the day from this memory. My friend was stunned.

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    Aug 03, 2010 12:54 PM GMT
    I have a lot of memories some I never want to forget some I would give anything to forget.
    Of the former ones, one is first time I danced on stage dressed in formal clothing with a bow tie, I still remember I had a huge crush on my partner for a long time after that.
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    Aug 03, 2010 12:55 PM GMT
    One time in high school I was rushing to make it to my class before the bell rang. There was a kid named Carl who had cerebral palsy and who used crutches to walk. In my haste I accidentally kicked one of Carl's crutches out from under him and he fell to the ground and his books went everywhere. At that moment I had a decision to make: either help Carl get back up and be late for class or leave Carl on the floor and make it to class on time.

    It is at moments like that when you are forced to make a quick decision that you really learn what kind of person you are. I am ashamed to say that I made the wrong decision at that moment and I will live with the shame and the guilt of that incident for the rest of my life. I learned a very sad lesson about myself that day: I am an evil person and I am going to hell when I die.
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    Aug 03, 2010 1:04 PM GMT
    I had an entire ceiling fan fixture fall out of the ceiling onto my face when i was about 3 years old. I still have the scar across my nose and somedamage on my eyes.

    I remember me and my cousins used to skateboard and my oldest cousin falling face forward and loosing most his front teeth.
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    -having the tv with the iron coat hanger for an antenna and vise grip pliers for a knob turner icon_lol.gif

    -being so poor we had to open the oven to help heat the house in the winter and turn it on broil

    -getting my very first job at 9 getting paid under the table to put pizza flyers in mailboxes and on doors/cars, then spending the money at the arcade.
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    Aug 03, 2010 1:42 PM GMT
    I am really lucky because I am a twin. We were always so close and still are to this day. With that its so easy to recall some of the crazy stuff we have done and been through together.

    When we were about 4 years old we moved out to the suburbs of Philadelphia and met a girl down the block. I have so many vivid memories of the 3 of us hanging out together, swimming, jumping on the trampoline, and just being kids! We are all still friends to this day. Technically my twin is now family with this friend. My twin sister was married about 4 years ago and the friend is now marrying one of my brother-in-law's brothers. They both have babies now and watch them play together. I feel so OLD!
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    Aug 03, 2010 4:39 PM GMT
    fastfreddie saidOne time in high school I was rushing to make it to my class before the bell rang. There was a kid named Carl who had cerebral palsy and who used crutches to walk. In my haste I accidentally kicked one of Carl's crutches out from under him and he fell to the ground and his books went everywhere. At that moment I had a decision to make: either help Carl get back up and be late for class or leave Carl on the floor and make it to class on time.

    It is at moments like that when you are forced to make a quick decision that you really learn what kind of person you are. I am ashamed to say that I made the wrong decision at that moment and I will live with the shame and the guilt of that incident for the rest of my life. I learned a very sad lesson about myself that day: I am an evil person and I am going to hell when I die.


    that was me, you A$$hole! So many tears I cried!

    this is how i remember you:
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    Aug 03, 2010 4:52 PM GMT
    I have a very strong long term memory, I can summon you a shit ton of memories.

    My earliest and vaguest memory, there is a car up against a tree. A man is bleeding, my dad gets him some towels and helps him. I brought that up one time, dad said i was 3.

    My fondest memory, is perhaps messing up my neighbors yard by making a huge mud hole with a friend when I was like 5
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    Aug 03, 2010 4:57 PM GMT
    ZigZagCarl said
    fastfreddie said


    that was me, you A$$hole! So many tears I cried!

    this is how i remember you:
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    Thanks for the photo makeover.

    I should have beat you over the head with your crutch while I had the chance you nasty mother fucker!
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    Aug 03, 2010 5:07 PM GMT
    fastfreddie said
    ZigZagCarl said
    fastfreddie said


    that was me, you A$$hole! So many tears I cried!

    this is how i remember you:
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    Thanks for the photo makeover.

    I should have beat you over the head with your crutch while I had the chance you nasty mother fucker!


    but you were always the apple of my eye. Like the time in the bathroom when you helped me unzip myself to go pee. I thought you had a huge crush on me.

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    Aug 03, 2010 5:12 PM GMT
    I alwZya love u!

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    Aug 03, 2010 6:23 PM GMT
    Progress saidI have a very strong long term memory, I can summon you a shit ton of memories.

    My earliest and vaguest memory, there is a car up against a tree. A man is bleeding, my dad gets him some towels and helps him. I brought that up one time, dad said i was 3.

    My fondest memory, is perhaps messing up my neighbors yard by making a huge mud hole with a friend when I was like 5



    My earliest memory is my dad lifting me up so I can tough the kitchen ceiling. I was fifteen. Joke hehe I must have been three or something.


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    Aug 03, 2010 6:35 PM GMT
    No fair to have childhood memories unless you are over 30. If you are in your 20's, c'mon, you were a child just a wee bit ago. icon_wink.gif