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22 Jan 2008, 1:01 am

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I was also a junk food junkie. Lunch was my favorite time of day at school, besides the end of the day!

I'd bring one of those microwavable deep dish cheese pizzas for lunch all the time. Good times, good times.



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22 Jan 2008, 1:05 am

At the beginning of grade 8 I didn't know where to sit and had no friends so I stood in front of the vending machines eating, pretending to be trying to decide what to get out of them.



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22 Jan 2008, 1:06 am

Ana54 wrote:
At the beginning of grade 8 I didn't know where to sit and had no friends so I stood in front of the vending machines eating, pretending to be trying to decide what to get out of them.

What would you do if someone came up to buy something from the vending machine?



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22 Jan 2008, 1:23 am

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Anyway, I would always talk to myself and play pretend ALL THE TIME! No social life meant a greater imagination back then.


That still applies to me even to this day!

My favorite toy as a small child was a stuffed animal of Mufasa from The Lion King. I called him "Moofy".



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22 Jan 2008, 1:31 am

886 wrote:
Ana54 wrote:
At the beginning of grade 8 I didn't know where to sit and had no friends so I stood in front of the vending machines eating, pretending to be trying to decide what to get out of them.

What would you do if someone came up to buy something from the vending machine?
I'd let them go and pretend to be looking st the others while waiting for them.

I had mad-scientist type handwriting that looked really good on my work, especially ny science work!



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22 Jan 2008, 1:33 am

I've believed in Santa Claus, until I was ten.


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22 Jan 2008, 2:13 am

While in Primary school in England I learned to sew, to cook, to make books, among other things, and we built a pond. Every week we'd go out and write what progress we saw and I'd draw pictures of the animals, insects, and birds.



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22 Jan 2008, 3:57 am

I loved playing the mud and collecting worms.



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22 Jan 2008, 8:58 am

I wanted to be a boy.


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22 Jan 2008, 9:11 am

My family went to see my Grandma Larson, every summer, when I was between the ages 8 and 15.


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22 Jan 2008, 9:11 am

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I NEVER celebrated my birthday - as a child, a teenager and as an adult person. I'm having my birthday in 6 days and it'll look the same.


My family reserved the right to celebrate birthdays for me from ages 3 to 6. I didn't participate unless my body being in the same rooms counts.


Random fact: I wasn't baptised. Which makes totally no sense, seeing as everyone else in the family is Christian.



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22 Jan 2008, 12:00 pm

I became part of the Catholic church at age 12. I cried the whole time during the ceremony, because I was having a panic attack.



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22 Jan 2008, 1:17 pm

I was afraid to go poo, until I was nine, because my mum scolded me for having an accident, when I was five. I've felt that it was better to go poo, when it was dark out, because of the dark colour.


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22 Jan 2008, 2:13 pm

im in my childhood


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22 Jan 2008, 2:33 pm

I have only had one birthday party (that wasn't just family).
It was when I was 5. We went to McDonalds and played a game dropping straws into a cup. I was upset that I lost and someone else got the prize. I wouldn't take off my shoes, so they didn't let me into the playground with the tubes and balls. I remember other kids being there, but have no idea who they were. I don't ever remember knowing that many kids.