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The Things We Miss About Our Childhood (14 pics)

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№1 Author: CabezaCM (20 Dec 2013 03:24) Total user comments: 106


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i share the feeling but you have to enjoy everytinny moment... when we get old we are going to miss this moment!
Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to everyone!!!!! :04:
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№2 Author: Dud76 (20 Dec 2013 14:36) Total user comments: 183


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CabezaCM,

What a nice comment!

Thank you, and the same to you. :04:
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№3 Author: Danmass (20 Dec 2013 15:05) Total user comments: 0


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This is one the saddest post I've seen but this has a "positive" power as well: everybody who did things like these can feel that cruel feeling I was different that age, things were different and life was such a joy that time (not 100% true, everyone had it's problems).
Unfortunately these things just flew away like like feather in the wind...shame and sad.
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№4 Author: ConceptJunkie (20 Dec 2013 15:57) Total user comments: 0


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Yes, Christmas lost a bit of that magic when I grew up, but it came back again the first time I spent Christmas with my in-laws*, and it really came back when I had kids.

Now I sing with the Church choir (more because I understand music well than have a good voice) and singing at Christmas Mass is where the Christmas magic is for me.

* I know it's normal to bust on your in-laws, but mine are wonderful and I love them like my parents.
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№5 Author: yarzer (20 Dec 2013 15:58) Total user comments: 0


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I really miss #4

Keep it simple people. Simple is Bliss.
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№6 Author: Maxid (20 Dec 2013 19:54) Total user comments: 542


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Don't forget, those may have been the good old days, but so are these! If you're not feeling it, it's time to make a change!
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№7 Author: Brak61 (20 Dec 2013 21:59) Total user comments: 676


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Danmass, don't be sad because it ended, smile because it happened! :04: I treasure my childhood memories! :91:
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№8 Author: adzhoe (22 Dec 2013 06:44) Total user comments: 14959


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well said brak61!
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№9 Author: YeahRight (25 Dec 2013 06:53) Total user comments: 1632


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...10 bucks??? heck 25 cents meant we were rich!!! :14: :14: :14:
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