Childhood is over when….

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  • Childhood is over when….
  • badnewz
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    When you realise your parents don’t really know what the hell is going on either.

    Stevet1
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    When you stop having to give a token £1 towards your mums Christmas and birthday presents that you Dad has bought and have to buy the present yourself. Hold on, perfume costs HOW MUCH!!!

    When farts stop being funny.

    Oh hang on, that never happens.

    So that means childhood is never over 🙂

    P-Jay
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    First day in the office and you realise there’s three times as long doing this as you’ve already been alive. Childhood is but an epic blip.

    Wasn’t the term that broke me, it was the sudden realisation that work doesn’t break for 7 weeks in summer (obviously, but I never considered it) and weekends are breathtakingly short.

    Premier Icon deadkenny
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    and before you know it, you realise you may only have half your life left and it’s been mostly wasted sat in an office all day, and you wonder how the last 20 years just flew by yet the first 20 seemed to last forever.

    tang
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    Unfortunately mine ended, age 9, overnight when my parents divorced.

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    You get bullied for the first time, and realise that adults would rather you kept quiet than give them problems to deal with,

    Not sure if that was aimed at me but it seems likely. I’m not a perfect dad by any means but the shock of hearing a very small person say a word which stw won’t let me type is intense.

    Believe me, you don’t react rationally in the way you might if they threw their carrot sticks at the cat.

    My own grandad did the same to me for uttering the sinful word, “damn” but I still loved him once I got over my (small) self.

    what? no. I hadn’t even read your post. If I was going to comment on it I would have quoted you.

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    Marin – Member

    Your mum and dad have died and the all welcoming forever open under any circumstances day or night door to an emergency home is closed forever.

    So true Greg, I still find myself thinking before I do something “what’s mum going to say about it” & then realise she cant 🙁

    twinw4ll
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    When you stop filling your pockets with conkers 🙄

    nickhit3
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    jesus. want to throw myself off a bridge now.

    Ro5ey
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    When you enjoy the sponge of your bday cake more than the icing

    The day you met Jimmy Saville.

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    it was the sudden realisation that work doesn’t break for 7 weeks in summer (obviously, but I never considered it) and weekends are breathtakingly short.

    +1

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