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(Original post by malleablegrace)
That's the one!

They had that really muscly guy at the end who used to flex his pecs

And the guys had to try it and they looked bloody stupid

And and and the winner usually won a motorbike or something

Gladiators... well, that was just equally legendary.
Yeah, I've just watched that clip on youtube. ;D
Gladiators were, I'm not as inlove with the new series as I thought I'd be though..
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The innocence.
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Reading all these makes me feel sad :'( haha
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(Original post by SarahhhD)
Yeah, I've just watched that clip on youtube. ;D
Gladiators were, I'm not as inlove with the new series as I thought I'd be though..
Yeah, it's not going to be as good now no matter how much it tries.
There was just something about the 90s.

Hummmmm.

I want my childhood back

It wasn't that great, but it's just the simplicity of it all, being satisfied with the basics, finding enjoyment in the tiniest of things.

Plus not having to be financially independant... jesus, it sucks.
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No exams.... good times
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(Original post by Guinny)
Everything... *nostalgia*

All that free time to just lounge around, and Tag! No one plays Tag anymore :[
We still play run-outs with the kids in our village ;D

Look it's a small isolated place ok!
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Innocence! Not caring what people think AT ALL. All the fun games.
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We used to go into the dyke (a woods), climb trees, run away from these other kids, make dens and generally have so much fun. It was such an active child hood. Us kids were back then were more rebellious than the kids of today.
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having so much time
fewer problems
being so innocent
less stress
exams
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Aaaaaahhhhhh!!! +1 pez were AWESOME! And so were the dispenser things!
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When I was younger, my family were really really close and I miss that.
I used to live with my aunts, uncles, grandad and my mum and since I've gone to living with just my mum its become very boring.

I miss the excitement of things when I was younger as well. The endless wait for Christmas and Birthdays. Small things were thrilling too, like getting a new toy or even staying up late and having 'midnight feasts.'
It was nice having everything done for you as well. Clothes bought for you, and dinner brought to the table every night.

Part of me hated the fact I couldnt do what I wanted all the time though.
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(Original post by Lord Hysteria)
What do you miss most about your childhood?

Less problems, less responsibilities, less works, and you could just mess around.

:tsr2:
Not sure whether this has already been said but:
* FEWER problems, FEWER responsibilities
I miss Um Bongo.
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(Original post by Lord Hysteria)
What do you miss most about your childhood?

Less problems, less responsibilities, less works, and you could just mess around.

:tsr2:
You've pretty much summed it up for me.

I wish I could go back to being seven years old cos at that age, you don't have to worry about getting a job, money, school (well you don't panic when you're grades slip) and most importantly girls cos girls were these weird creatures that shared the playground with you :p:
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Not having my future laid out perfectly in front of me (as in: uni, lpc, training contract, proper job). I was talking to a friend about this today and I'm so scared of being a grown up
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(Original post by Triggerishappy)
Aaaaaahhhhhh!!! +1 pez were AWESOME! And so were the dispenser things!
I KNOWW!
i saw some on holiday about 2 years ago and bought soooooooooooooooo many!
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Ignorance.
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Not having to pay for everything by myself.
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- More free social time
- Spending time with mates
- Less world problems
- Watching the X-Files
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Less stress, less care, less hormones flying about, less impending responsibility
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