Reminisce about your childhood.

<p>Math Rescue, Age of Empires, and RollerCoaster Tycoon. Those were the days.</p>

<p>Gary Paulsen books, Kickball, Indoor Soccer, Arthur</p>

<p>Life sucked.</p>

<p>~Fin.</p>

<p>hurricanes, rednecks and mosquitoes.... it's not working....</p>

<p>Angry Asian dad who would yell at my brother and I when we were playing and laughing</p>

<p>wow, y'all's childhoods sucked more than mine :O</p>

<p>Haha, my childhood was actually great. Except for the hurricanes, of course.</p>

<p>Reading, cycling around town, walking home from school with friends, Friday sleepovers...</p>

<p>Company, the big empty field down the street, Miss Carnett's house, the house on Pamela, Maryland, Disney World, my second grade teacher, Strega Nona books, Coyote Club, Camp Alottafun.</p>

<p>Just some of the things I remember fondly. :( Those were the days.</p>

<p>Reading, mathematics, moving around, being a foreigner, being trained rigorously from my youth,</p>

<p>^ aww, you sound kind of like me before my miraculous transformation (not this but all your posts). good luck</p>

<p>Pokemon season 1 :)</p>

<p>Silver Moons and paper chains,
Faded maps and shiny things.</p>

<p>Painted scenes, I'm up all night.
Slaying monsters, flying kites.</p>

<p>Football. Some of the best times of my life. I miss it :(</p>

<p>Watching Animes and Old Cartoons. Soccer. Feuding Divorced Parents. Good Music.</p>

<p>LMAO MIT, your parents must like robots. That's not healthy.</p>

<p>They actually might be, I'm not too sure.</p>

<p>No, I'm saying they must be fascinated with robots so much to the point that they want their son to be one. Just sayin'.</p>

<p>Did anyone watch the show Ghostwriter? I think that's what it was called. xP</p>

<p>I love Rollercoaster Tycoon. :) I used to play it all the time. Once my brother and I even stayed home from day camp once and we played it all day.</p>

<p>I remember watching Arthur and Between the Lions. Going to Disneyworld. My parents were still together. Sunset Restaurant. Eating canned soup and crackers every Thursday night while watching Rugrats and the Adams Family.</p>