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mine was great till my mom got remarried when i was 7. that was traumatizing for me. other than that, it was ok. how was yours?

can't be as bad as these guys:
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ended at 9 when internet was introduced
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didn't have one wbu?
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didn't have one wbu?
Why not? Too busy being Michael Jackson?
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It was quite good, I remember some of the dumb things I did/thought
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Pretty good, I got the odd hit by the slipper but other than that it was so so fun!!!
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Pretty good, I got the odd hit by the slipper but other than that it was so so fun!!!
What about the velan?
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ended at 9 when internet was introduced
How

I remember when my childhood revolved around the internet. Them times when the only homework you had was to level up your skills on Runescape
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Not the greatest tbh :/
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What about the velan?

Surprisingly no, but my dads back hand was enough to set me straight omg.

The velan is one violent utensil seriously..
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(Original post by kandykissesxox)
Surprisingly no, but my dads back hand was enough to set me straight omg.

The velan is one violent utensil seriously..
:shock: definitely not a pure Desi Lmao


It is, discipline is its primary job, rolling round rotis comes afterwards.
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:shock: definitely not a pure Desi Lmao


It is, discipline is its primary job, rolling round rotis comes afterwards.



My dad was helping me with my homework one time when I was in reception and I couldn't pronounce the word 'across' so he threw my exercise book at the wall in a fit of rage LOOL and said 'forget it'.

^ if that's not desi, I don't know what is.
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My dad was helping me with my homework one time when I was in reception and I couldn't pronounce the word 'across' so he threw my exercise book at the wall in a fit of rage LOOL and said 'forget it'.

^ if that's not desi, I don't know what is.
Looool fair enough.

Though on the plus side, he did you show a practical example of what throwing something "across" the room looks like.

I dunno I don't make sense at this time of night.
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I tend to look back on my childhood with good memories, I think because I didn't have the internet until I left school I was actually out with my friends every day having some real fun.
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How

I remember when my childhood revolved around the internet. Them times when the only homework you had was to level up your skills on Runescape
Before the internet i was riding my bike, roller blading round my street and playing witchcraft, making potions using the leaves and flowers in front of my house mashed up in a pan with my fwiends. I liked that tbh, the internet is ok but i miss that element of childhood being outside as well. Back then club penguin was hot shizz. I missed that too
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Looool fair enough.

Though on the plus side, he did you show a practical example of what throwing something "across" the room looks like.

I just laughed so hard. That is actually very true, I stupidly went over to pick up my book and continued to pronounce 'across' by myself. Don't even get me started on the time he had to teach me fractions. Let's just say many tears were shed😂😂😂😂
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but of course
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Why not? Too busy being Michael Jackson?
Yeah man Annie never told me if she was ok #traumatised :cry2:
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How

I remember when my childhood revolved around the internet. Them times when the only homework you had was to level up your skills on Runescape
Omg haha, Runescape was practically my whole childhood xD
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Got a PS1 for my 5th birthday then never went outside again.

10/10 would crash bandicoot again
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