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    Just doing revision and homework and just came to my mind.

    any thoughts?
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    yes, i miss having my mum make me pasta bake and chocolate cake, now i eat takeaway everyday at uni
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    I get nostalgic, but I wouldn't do it again.


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    Do I miss being beat up? Nah, I'll give it a pass.
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    Every day.
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    Never ever
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    All the timeeeee, life was so easy
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    Do I miss being a child again? Bit of a loaded question there, pal. Presumes I previously missed being a child.
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    Yeah :innocent:
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    i miss it too much, bearing adult responsibilities are too hard, so since i couldnt stop my body growing up i decided to stop my mind from growing up. The result? polymorphic depression disorder f23
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    want to go back to 2009 - good times
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    I dont miss it at all, i was quite happy to turn 18
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    I don't really miss being a kid but I do miss the good health I had as a kid. I took it for granted. It went downhill as soon as I became a teen and then an adult.
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    I miss being a child as it was one of the least stressful times of your life. But has anyone who is missing being a child tried regressing back to a time when life was stress free like letting their inner child out every now and then or writing themselves in the child role every now and then
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    Oh yes, definitely. Best years of my life. :hide: :emo:
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    It does make me feel a little sad that I'll never get to be a child again

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    I miss being happy
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    No bc I am a child. :bubbles:
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    I miss Year 7-9; it was no work and 24/7 PS3. After that Year 10 sort of sucked.
    But I know for sure I'll never ever miss this *****y year of my life.
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    Nah. I'm happy I grew up in the pre-Internet era.
 
 
 
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