r/me_irl 7d ago

me irl

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u/CobaltNeural9 7d ago

And you knew that you didn’t have school tomorrow, or the next day, or the next day, or the next day…. For 3 whole months. And your days would be filled with going to the pool, riding bikes, and playing guns. Sleepovers. Renting movies. Walking to the corner store for candy. The best of times.

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u/MDesnivic 7d ago

You know, I just realized how grateful I should be that a coronavirus pandemic didn't happen when I was a kid.

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u/Criqcan TEAM SKELETON 7d ago

I graduated from High School in '19, and that last year was one of the best in my life. I actually felt bad for the '20 generation that spent the entire school year in lockdown.

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u/Xanosaur 7d ago

i graduated in 2018, got most of my first 2 years of university, and turned legal drinking age in November 2019. got to experience the bar and club scene before they all got shut down. that second year, living in a townhouse with 2 of my best friends at school, going out every other weekend, having friends over for drinks on the others, was probably the best time of my life.

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u/Cicero912 7d ago

Man I won't be the legal drinking age until I graduate (with my MBA in a 4/5 year program).

Not that it stops me but...

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u/l-want-to-Die-OWO 7d ago

Lmao just become German and start drinking with 16

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u/Jockerul07 6d ago

Lmao just become Romanian and drink beer at 4 years with your dad and țuica with your grandparent at 5

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u/l-want-to-Die-OWO 6d ago

Lmao just move to an abandoned island and turn your newborn children into alcoholics because nobody is there to stop you

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u/OneCollar4 7d ago

In the UK a whole generation of kids just got two years of final exams cancelled and their exam results over predicted.

We're in crisis because double the normal people got the results required for medical school due to teachers being too generous and universities are actually paying students to defer medical school for a year.

I don't feel too bad for them.

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u/nv4088 7d ago

All because of the UK’s over reliance on external exams. Getting millions of students around the country to take an exam paper at the same time in a controlled environment just isn’t feasible anymore.

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u/SimplyATable 7d ago

Honestly, I'm happy my least year of HS was in lockdown. I grew a lot, learned things and got to sleep a ton

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u/BigBallsBillCliton 7d ago

On the one hand, no final test, on the other, your work ethic goes to hell and you end up wondering where that year and a half went.

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u/havoc1482 7d ago

I graduated from college in '19 after graduating from Highschool in '12 lol. Took me a while to work my way into school and I'm so grateful the pandemic didn't ruin my 3 years of college experience lol

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u/BaconMan420365 7d ago

Well screw you then cause I gotta finish out high school and go through college with this bullshit

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u/diego_on_reddit 7d ago

cries in 12yo

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u/AncientEldritch 7d ago

Diego, get off of reddit.

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u/verac757 7d ago

Bruh right? I feel really bad for college kids too. College is SO much fun and coronavirus torpedoes' it

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u/Criqcan TEAM SKELETON 7d ago

I'm gonna cry =(

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u/CobaltNeural9 7d ago edited 7d ago

I’m working my shit retail job and i just did actually sob my eyes out in the bathroom. This post has brought up a lot of real deep sadness in me. I’ve always been unimaginably homesick for my childhood. I’m sure many others are too.

It’s the absolute powerlessness, total helplessness, of no way ever, EVER going back. No matter how hard you wish and you scream and you thrash— you can never go back.

Possibly worth noting that that was also the last time I had a real group of friends that wasn’t held together with weed and alcohol. I imagine having a good group of buddies in adulthood could possibly feel the same way as being a kid.

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u/Tobias_Atwood 7d ago

Man all I want is to be nine again and walking home from the bus stop, stopping by grandma's house on the way home to get a hug and some jelly beans.

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u/freechurro824 7d ago

I miss going to my grandparents house so much. I just miss having a place that I could go to anytime where the people there were always really happy to see me. My grandparents house was that place from when I was a kid all the way up to my early 30s when they both passed away. Now there's no place like that in my life.

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u/Criqcan TEAM SKELETON 7d ago edited 7d ago

I know nostalgia isn't unique to Gen Z and Millennials, but I feel like it became way more widespread in our generations (also manifesting at a MUCH younger age)

I wonder if it's because of the internet (and technology as a whole) facilitating the preservation of memories, as well as the seemingly rapid collapse of civilization before our eyes, making us yearn for the simple times when we were younger?

Also, have a virtual *hug*

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u/DigitalSword 7d ago

Millenials are often called the nostalgia generation because of how mindblowingly fast technology advanced from 1990 - 2010, making it seem like eons had passed when you look back on your childhood.

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u/Heard_That 7d ago

100% I remember being a child using an Apple 2e and then remember still being a child and being on the internet, and playing Starcraft. Like those things FEEL worlds apart but didn’t even cover the span of my pre-adult life. It’s insane to think about.

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u/imisstheyoop 7d ago

Millenials are often called the nostalgia generation because of how mindblowingly fast technology advanced from 1990 - 2010, making it seem like eons had passed when you look back on your childhood.

This is so true. Having grown up poor and largely in Amish/farm country in Wisconsin and Michigan things got to us slower. Combined with being in that transitionary period of technology changes, my childhood seems like it was from another era entirely, but it wasn't THAT long ago at 35.

We didn't have the internet until I was in highschool. I remember going over to my mom's friends house and using her web tv to search things on yahoo and play euchre on yahoo games.

I didn't have my first cellphone until I was an adult in 2007. It was a Motorola RAZR v3. Some of my friends had them a couple of years earlier but it was fairly uncommon.

Fast forward to today with me sitting on my couch, typing this message into my smartphone so that packets can be sent to servers on the other side of the country and then retrieved by your phone when requested.. all while my wife "streams" to have and have not from HBO max.. definitely feels like we are living in a different era than I grew up in just a couple of decades ago.

What a leap.

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u/CobaltNeural9 7d ago

Not shutting you down sorry I know what you mean with the manifesting earlier. I think people used to not start really missing childhood until much later in life. But now we start missing it at 20. When you’re still basically a kid. I’m in my mid thirties and I just kept thinking life would get “fun” again at some point. But nope.

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u/bookingthedayaway 7d ago

I've said this to a number of people, but I honestly think that being an adult has lost a lot of the appeal that recent generations had to look forward to, and as a result Gen X and beyond have become more nostalgic.

Home ownership, having kids, a job that maybe you don't like but the pay is decent, being able to afford a nice car etc if you do manage a decent paying job - these things aren't realistic anymore because of student loans, the cost of living, stagnant wages.

Can you blame people for looking back on the days when they had hope and security? Apparently yes, because boomers love calling us immature.

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u/CoGLucifer 7d ago

I can't speak for anyone else, but it seems a little harder to have "fun" with the cost of living being what it is.

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u/freechurro824 7d ago

Agreed. Doing anything remotely good is so expensive. And it's not like being a kid when good friends are always around and you can make your own fun. As an adult you really can't get together with friends without planning some sort of event, trip or activity to bring people together/give them a reason to make time for it. And all of that costs more and more money each year. It's like you need better entertainment to distract from the loneliness of adult life and that's expensive. I've tried to cut back more lately to save some money but when I do that my only activity is watching tv alone or taking walks/hikes/bike rides alone. It gets old fast so it's hard to stick with.

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u/Criqcan TEAM SKELETON 7d ago edited 7d ago

It's okay, and to be fair, I did add the "manifesting later" after an edit to make my idea more clearer, so no need to feel bad =)

Hell, I'm gonna be 19 soon and I miss the time from 2 years ago, and I remember being as young as 13 and already missing "the good ol' days"

Same has happened to my friend group and others I know of my age.

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u/Magyman 7d ago edited 7d ago

I'm gonna be 19 soon and I miss the time from 2 years ago

To be fair, there's a bit of a thing there in the middle of those two years that likely to be exacerbating that feeling for you

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u/VeryDisappointing 7d ago

Probably an autocorrect thing and no malice intended but I see this mistake a lot, the word you're looking for is exacerbating.

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u/Magyman 7d ago

You're right autocorrect got me on that one

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u/OneCollar4 7d ago

I'm one of the lucky ones, I didn't particularly enjoy school, didn't have many friends, grew up poor and had parents that were a bit over emotional and bullies at times.

I hated childhood so as much as I hate adulthood it's a vacation in comparison to kidhood.

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u/instantiatedObject 7d ago

I wonder if it's because of the internet (and technology as a whole) facilitating the preservation of memories, as well as the seemingly rapid collapse of civilization before our eyes, making us yearn for the simple times when we were younger?

things are just changing way faster than they used to, so it's easier to experience nostalgia for even only a few years prior.

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u/BUTTHOLE-MAGIC 7d ago

Boomers were very likely to succeed beyond their parents, by now that is far from true. The same optimism isn't here because they squandered the earth for themselves and threw away all the benefits that pro-labor Americans and FDR fought for. Now wealth is being horded by the few like never before.

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u/CobaltNeural9 7d ago

It’s not just us. Missing your childhood is as old as time.

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u/TryppySurfer 7d ago

I feel you my man. I work 40 hours nowadays too and I fucking despise it. Everyone I know hates it. But why the fuck do we do it?

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u/CoGLucifer 7d ago

why the fuck do we do it?

Cause it's usually that or be homeless

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u/lucientherat 7d ago

Because this system coerces us to, lest we starve.

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u/snuffybox 7d ago

I been feeling like this a lot lately.. hopelessness. Trapped in this existence, no way to escape, nowhere to go.

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u/Lilfizz33 7d ago

If you ever come to Chicago I'd love to hangout. I could take you fishing to relive some of those feelings 😅

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u/CobaltNeural9 7d ago

Gtfo I live in Chicago

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u/PrisonChickenWing 7d ago

You're gonna make me tear up cause I relate...

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u/fireflydrake 7d ago

Hugs

If it helps, employees have a lot more power right now then we've had in years. I am really, really hopeful that after all the sorrows of COVID, we're going to come out of this with more vacation time, less hours for same pay, and other goodies most sane countries enjoy (I'm assuming you live in the US).

For now, if you can afford it, perhaps put in for a four or five day mini vacation? See if any of your friends would be up for a sleepover. Purchase familiar garbage childhood junk food and watch silly movies. Do what makes you feel joy.

Hang in there. You're not alone. <3

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u/Claytonius_Homeytron 7d ago

And it felt like an eternity. Three months as a kid was forever, and so much stuff would happen. By the time you went back to school it was like you were a completely different kid.

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u/mckills 7d ago

I graduated college in 2020 and a year and a half have flown by. In college each semester felt like a year in its own right, but now everything has just become a blur. So depressing.

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u/unholy_abomination 7d ago

Welcome to Suburban Hell, where none of the people you go to school with live in walking distance, the nearest corner store is 8 miles away, and "playing guns" isnt allowed anymore because last time Mrs. Pinkston's mom called the cops.

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u/FlyingPies_ 7d ago

Guess it's another 3 months with just me, Martin Septim, and a bunch of Littlest Pet Shop.

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u/unholy_abomination 7d ago

Drawing on A4 paper... staring at dust particles in the air... watching a Bible story on VHS... sometimes we could even pick up a little bit of staticky Cartoon Network. "Secular media" was a no-no in our house, so it was that or Golden Girls with basic cable.

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u/Polchar 7d ago

Lmao glad i was born to broadband. RS, Habbo hotel, cs:s, skype, and flash games for dayys. Then there was orange box, gmod, and l4d.

My parents were early adopters of broadband, and my older brother was into computers and gaming so he had a sick gaming computer i could use.

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u/CHEX_MECCS_FOREVER 7d ago

My best life.

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u/Comfy_Chocolate 7d ago

Take me back ;-;

plz...

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u/casecaxas #BASED 7d ago

3 fucking months??? y'all in a good school

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u/ApiqAcani 7d ago

I know right. Here in Malaysia we only get 1 month for year end holiday.

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u/qab-jih-nagil 7d ago

I will never be this happy again.

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u/Mikedermott 7d ago

Lord have mercy on us…

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u/DutchWarGamer 7d ago

I miss those days

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u/NibblingOnHam 7d ago

Wish we could turn back time

To the good ol’ daaaays,

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u/ezshack 7d ago

When the mamas sang

us to sleep, but now we're stressed out!

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u/SitFlexAlot 7d ago

Used to play pretend Give eachother different names

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u/Super_puppy115 7d ago

We would build a rocket ship and then we’d fly it far away

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u/ILikeLemonadeALot 7d ago

Used to dream of outer space now they’re laughing at our face singing

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u/Ivy-Kat 7d ago

Wake up, you need to make money!

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u/Vengrim 7d ago

Oh! 21 Pilots. Here I am with Cher in my head and wondering why it's not matching up.

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u/sirchickenbs 7d ago

Nap time will be missed

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u/Flower_Trick 7d ago

nap time in fourth grade?

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u/sirchickenbs 7d ago

Yes. When the teacher was teaching and it was time for me to sleep during class. Nap time

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u/Flower_Trick 7d ago

Ohhh well u still can do that 😏 just don’t get fired

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u/sirchickenbs 7d ago

True that

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u/CoGLucifer 7d ago

Gotta love how they give you nap time when you're basically a cocaine-fueled gremlin, then take it away before it has a chance to help with teenage sleep deprivation.

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u/imisstheyoop 7d ago

Gotta love how they give you nap time when you're basically a cocaine-fueled gremlin, then take it away before it has a chance to help with teenage sleep deprivation.

We used to get chocky milk before nap time too.

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u/PrisonChickenWing 7d ago

One of my only clear memories i still have kf kindergarten is laying there and staring at some blocks during nap time, hating that I couldnt fall asleep. Then I remember seeing the teachers green shoes as she walked by. It's weird the things we remember

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u/tinky_winky69 7d ago

this is exactly what I thought

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u/brokenlavalight 7d ago

Not gonna lie, those played a bigger role in my decision on what i should study then they should have (I study to become an elementary teacher)

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u/damnyougoogle2step 7d ago

Two bite brownies, loved that shit

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u/BiggityBiggityBoy 7d ago

Two bite? I always just pop in my mouth whole. Only the meek take two bites.

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u/EllieNekoGirl 7d ago

The weak should fear the strong

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u/Stoic_13 7d ago

The weak are meat and the strong sure do love to eat.

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u/PumpyPi 7d ago

1 for two brownies

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u/UnusualClub6 7d ago

Mmmmmm I want those grocery store sugar cookies with sprinkles that taste like straight CHEMICALS.

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u/awake-but-dreamin 7d ago

Don’t forget the bbq chips that made everyone’s breath smell just awful

EDIT: upon further inspection, I have realized that those are in fact, Doritos.

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u/tarheel343 7d ago

Lmao those things were straight trash but I never turned them down

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u/skoncol17 7d ago

Two bites? Coward

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u/synonym4synonym actually me irl 7d ago

If I’d only known that those were some of the best days of life. Living it up.

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u/Nanashi-74 7d ago

At least we had them, at least we were truly happy for a portion of lives. Some people don't even have that

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u/synonym4synonym actually me irl 7d ago

True. I’m very thankful.

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u/doomedsnickers131 7d ago

Might be saying that about these days in a decade...

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u/ArthurMorgansHorse 7d ago

M8 I sure hope you didn't stop enjoying life after childhood ended. Life has lots of great things around every corner.

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u/synonym4synonym actually me irl 7d ago

I’m happy with my life. I’m actually reliving childhood childhood now with my 5 year old son - doing things I wanted to back then. It’s superb. Thank you for the uplifting words

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u/Reo_ianu 7d ago

silently walks into corner and cries

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u/Salt_Avocado_2470 7d ago

Hey i am your bed monster here have some brownie

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u/Reo_ianu 7d ago

Thanks I love brownie

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u/BiG_NeRd_BoY 7d ago

My last couple of weeks in 5th grade there was rumors that a kid had brought a condom to school, peed in it, then showed it to some other kids. Idk how true the rumors were but he did get a write up and had a past of getting in trouble. So yeah that was a trip

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u/Selik0 7d ago

Lmao, I guess he just wanted some attention and didn't mean something extra

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u/PrisonChickenWing 7d ago

We had a rumor at that time that a mentally disabled girl found a condom on the ground when we were doing a relay race outside during PE and people told her it was a balloon so she tried to blow it up.

I dont belive it

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u/levi_goulet 7d ago

Seems plausible. I remember finding a brightly colored condom on the ground walking home from school with my friends and picking it up thinking it was candy (it was a few days after halloween).

Threw it aside with the quickness when I realized my mistake and my friends has a good laugh about it.

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u/jhawkins93 BAN upvote memes 7d ago

The Incredibles is a better movie but I’d pick Shrek for the memes

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u/AnalTuberculosis me too thanks 7d ago

ive come to appreciate the Incredibles more since its a movie adults can watch without thinking its too childish, and kids can watch without thinking it's too serious.

I havent seen Shrek in ages, I do remember liking it tho

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u/daberle123 7d ago

Definetly! Someone put it into words!

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u/FurryWolves 7d ago

I agree, as a kid Incredibles was awesome and I liked it, but it wasn't as Incredible as I view it now. Younger me would have definitely picked Shrek. Both are good movies that stand up today, but as an adult I appreciate Incredibles much more.

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u/dragon_vindaloo 7d ago

Shrek is way better.

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u/HemaG33 7d ago

Shrek 2 is way better.

For the first, however, I’d have to give the edge to the Incredibles.

Shrek 2 basically did everything the first one did but 10x better, and the first is still good.

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u/Rulebreaking 7d ago

Huh... I should watch Shrek 2 again, who is down?

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u/Throwawayz911 7d ago

Shrek 3 was not it tho

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u/BakaFame 7d ago

Incredibles topples Shrek

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u/Different-Region-873 7d ago

Le doge Shrek hybrid has arrived

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u/SpicyDevilDaddy 7d ago

It really is a win-win.

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u/koufo 7d ago

I miss this so much I stg I’ve never been that happy since

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u/dashboardrage 7d ago

yeah I asked my good buddy when was the last time he was truly happy and he couldn't even remember. there's nothing to look forward to and we can only reminisce about the good ol days for so long until it becomes a fantasy

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u/koufo 7d ago

No wonder old folks never stop talking about the past— it all just goes downhill at a certain point lol

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u/laojac 7d ago

Gotta find hope for the future.

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u/IrrelevantCynic 7d ago

Pretty difficult with ever widening wage gaps, unobtainable housing prices, climate change and prevalence of loneliness.

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u/comfort_bot_1962 7d ago

Hope you have a great day!

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u/pear_touching_rat 7d ago

holy shit i am gonna cry

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u/talegas95 7d ago

Hold me

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u/hoggwarts112 hates posting 7d ago

Like the river Jordan

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u/StomachAche121 7d ago

Now that lyric brings me back! Freshman year in highschool.

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u/AgentOrange5311 7d ago

Me too! What happened? How did it go by so fast? I'm more scared of the quickening speed of time I'm experiencing nowdays than I am anything else

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u/erosannin66 7d ago

its because as you get older each year that passes is a smaller portion of your life, when you were 5 and 1 year passed that was like 1/5 of the time you have been alive now 1 year becomes a smaller fraction of the time you have experienced

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u/TheManWithAGasMask 7d ago

I am deeply depressed now

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u/Grave_Trip 7d ago

Good days before letters got in math

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u/You_All_Irritate_Me 7d ago

And even though you didn't get to finish the movie because class was too short, you don't care because you're free.

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u/dreams_do_come_true 7d ago

Fr but sometimes I did wanna finish the movie though. And then it was annoying because we wouldn't get halfway through the movie without kids talking over it.

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u/GlitterLamp 7d ago

Y'all, if this post makes you miss childhood I sincerely hope you realize that you have the power to give yourself these feelings with your time. Treat yourself to some kid shit - sure, it's not exactly the same as what it used to be, and you might be limited in how carefree you can get, but as an adult you absolutely have the power to still have these kinds of days and enjoy them. I say with complete sincerity, don't let your nostalgic dreams be dreams. Take a day off work and watch some Shrek and eat some two-bite brownies and enjoy it.

I mean, me too thanks.

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u/420cocklover 7d ago

I fucking will thank you 😭

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u/donut_legend 7d ago

That’s it, I’m gonna piss my pants at the grocery store and play it off like nothing happened. Thanks for the inspiration

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u/Legalise_Gay_Weed 7d ago

Treat yourself to some kid shit

👁👄👁

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u/KaskiJallu30 7d ago

Simpler times....

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u/Diegomb014 7d ago

I got incredibly sad when I realized it was over

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u/SnooKiwis2540 7d ago

Don’t give up

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u/PuzzleheadedPage3022 7d ago

I know someone that will never give me up or let me down

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u/georgethememelord 7d ago

But will they run around and desert you?

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u/Informal_Spot_774 7d ago

THEY WOULD NEVER

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u/Agent_Perrydot 7d ago

Will they make me cry, or will they say goodbye?

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u/Agile-Bit-3014 7d ago

Those little brownies just gave me 1000 memories from a dusty box in the back of my brain closet

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u/Pinkadink88 7d ago

More like Bill Nye the Science Guy or Reading Rainbow.

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u/imisstheyoop 7d ago

More like Bill Nye the Science Guy or Reading Rainbow.

Yes! Or magic school bus.

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u/Bamali 7d ago

heaven be like

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u/bruhmoment126 7d ago

There was this one girl in elementary who brought all the good shit to a party if you were in the same class with her for end of the year parties you know its gonna be good.

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u/TheLonelyCats 7d ago

I’m actually sad because I do miss those days but I know the memories are what makes it great and what makes me miss those days but the fun thing is now I can go and buy myself snacks and drinks and watch a movie or something so it isn’t that bad but yeah I miss those days.

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u/SublimedJoy 7d ago

Somehow those cookies were both amazing and disgusting at the same time

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u/Wanderingh0st 7d ago

The okra where the bread part of the cookie was literal play doh

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u/jack2336 7d ago

Simpler time before the dark ages

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u/-imperator_ 7d ago

I wanna go back

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u/Jellysandwiched 7d ago edited 7d ago

Ah yes the good ol days before we ruined our society or maybe it was always like this and we figured out the harsh truth

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u/ekindt47 7d ago

We live in a society

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u/trench_welfare 7d ago

Assuming op was in 4th grade when the Incredibles would have been relevant and on DVD, we're looking at 06-07 probably. That was the edge of the cliff as millennials like myself were about to experience their 2nd once in a generation event that shook society. Now we're on like number 4 as the boomers cling to thier wealth and people deep in their 30s wonder how we fell so farl behind our parents timeline while working full time in white-collar and skilled trades jobs, high educational achievement, better aptitude with technology, yet have little to show for it as a whole.

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u/Lower_Painting_566 7d ago

I miss these days more then anything, I didn’t know how much I would appreciate those memories until life began fucking me.

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u/Ryxtan 7d ago

You don't know how good you had it until it's gone...

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u/Selik0 7d ago

It's my second year at the university, and I miss times when everything was simpler. I like that I have a freedom to do everything tho (in terms of possibilities). Right childhood is a truly cool thing, so have a good one

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u/zogmuffin 7d ago

Funny enough, less than a decade later I look at college almost the exact same way.

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u/IntelHDGraphics 7d ago

Those days were the best

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u/Little-Rex22 7d ago

Hits right in the feels

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u/jack2336 7d ago

Then brownies where so fucken good

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u/sonoftom 7d ago

Fun fact: Shrek came to theaters a week before I graduated from 4th grade, and I went and saw it. My grandpa also died earlier that same day...wait, did I say fun fact?

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u/Demon_Stephen 7d ago

I want to go back

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u/PsychoPeel TEAM SKELETON 7d ago

PLEASE TAKE ME BACK!!!!!

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u/Wanderingh0st 7d ago edited 7d ago

“It was easier to have fun back when we had nothing. Nothing much to manage, back when we weren’t damaged.

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u/snuffybox 7d ago

"You don't know it yet but this is the happiest you will ever be."

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u/xdtla 7d ago

How old is the persn who made this?

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u/zogmuffin 7d ago

I’m 28 and this is right on target for my childhood. I think The Incredibles came out while I was in 4th grade.

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u/talegas95 7d ago

26 and this hit the bullseye to my heart

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u/Wafflesandwhisky 7d ago

Would've been 5th grade I think, I'm the same age as you and that's where I was at when it came out.

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u/xdtla 7d ago

I'm about the same age, but it's not like people had the home video right away, and it came about about a year later. The last time I saw a Disney cartoon I. Class was about fourth grade, and it was Toy Story 2.

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u/geoben 7d ago

It works well for mid twenties too because when I was in 4th grade Shrek was about 6 years old and Incredibles 3 or so years old. Much more likely the teacher had these by then

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u/crazym108 7d ago

This made me feel really old. I was in my 20s when both of these movies were released, let alone home video in a classroom...

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u/xdtla 7d ago

Exactly. Things weren't out on DVD a week after released like today. It usually too a year or more for things to drop on home video.

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u/ninefourteen 7d ago

I'm 35 and this was a miss for me.

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u/Doodles2424 7d ago

Incredibles or Shrek??? God damn thats a hard choice

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u/misalanya 7d ago

Damn...its pretty hard to realize it when you're young, but you really gotta enjoy the gold you have while you have it, live in the now. Sometimes even those shitty times where you struggled is gold 5 years later.

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u/mmbb33 7d ago

POV: this was also your teachers favorite day of the year

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u/MightyPotato96 7d ago

Man, the feels

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u/Kaysette sleep tight pupper 7d ago

I’m about to tear up rn

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u/Satans-Dirty-Hoe 7d ago

good times.

this made me tear up

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u/glass_jaw87 7d ago

4th grade

Incredibles and Shrek

When the fuck did I get old :(

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u/Wooomy100 7d ago

you better pick Incredibles

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u/LegendofMajorasMask 7d ago

This punched me right in the feels 🥺

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u/talesfromtheepic6 7d ago

SNAP BACK TO REALITY

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u/ndev991 7d ago

Last day of every grade. Science class, let’s watch X-men. Gym? Rocky. Geography? Indiana Jones. History? The rest of Indiana Jones.

School was great.

School was a horror.

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u/doomedsnickers131 7d ago

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

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u/DracoFrostDragon 7d ago

God… I’m gonna cry, man…

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u/_horselain 7d ago

I’m a teacher and I love planning these days. Also, obviously shrek!

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u/Justme222222 7d ago

Last day of school year vibes

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u/FLORI_DUH 7d ago

Jeez I'm old. The Incredibles came out in 2004 when I would've been in 19th grade.

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u/ClicheName137 7d ago

Those movies were rated PG so my school would never have allowed them. We couldn’t watch Lilo & Stitch for this very reason.

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u/GalaxyPlayz_ 7d ago

And 3 months later... it all starts going downhill

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u/Haiko36 7d ago

When life was at it’s peak…

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u/Wanderingh0st 7d ago

I dont believe in heaven or hell, But if an afterlife existed i’d just relive my childhood before my health deteriorated. It was pure bliss being a kid

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u/Outrageous-Trick8588 7d ago

I needed that

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u/Amistrophy 7d ago

Meanwhile highschoolers: wails in despair and collegeboard standard exams testing