On 14-Oct-2017 In Lifestyle
Sometimes our memories are so closely linked to our senses that when we think of them we experience all those sights, smells, sounds, and tastes as if we've been transported back in time.And everybody's childhood has been memorable in some or the other way. Whether it is related to chewing those orange candies after the class, having lunch before the recess or playing those Sudoku puzzles. It has been always a pleasurable experience to recall those days in your memories and get excited all over again. Well, I cannot certainly make you a child again as I'm not a superpower. But, I can be your daytime or nighttime magician.And how? By taking you back in time mentally. Yes, please thank me later. Jokes apart, I've compiled here a bunch of things that will bring you nostalgia. And believe me, you will love it. These may as well serve as time machine because you're going to experience those feels all over again.Are you ready? So, let's go.
Every pull would just unroll it more, then at the moment as you were about to give up it would rocket back up, basically messing you up with it again.Who knew, the map that made us roll onto it for places was so difficult to be rolled.
The way your heart would stop as soon as you realized why your music stopped playing. And this happened.
The delicious burn of a Sour Altoid in your mouth was one of the amazing things to do in those days. I even eat it today!
Obviously huffing marker fumes is a bad idea, but that didn't stop us from breathing in deep whenever we needed to use one of these for a school project.
We'd basically cram so many of them onto our wrists that we could barely bend our arms. But that always was a crazy thing to do on friendship's day, so I guess it was worth it.
It made the seemingly endless hours of practising your cursive writing almost worth it. Almost.
Sure, the gum's flavor would only last about as long as it took to turn the crank in the first place, but it was always worth it.
We felt like the world's greatest artist when we used to add colors to our MS Paint squiggles. I can still feel that vibe right now.
We are now aware what those numbers mean now but at that time, we just acted smart and clicked randomly and hope for the best when we played it as kids.
And back then we used to feel like a genius when we flipped over a memory card and knew exactly where its match was.
We didn't need smartphones to distract us, just white glue. It was one of the most satisfying feelings in the world. Wasn't it?
It feels like it was just yesterday I was playing the duck hunt with that gun in my hand and that rage. That rage I felt, every time I saw this stupid dog in the middle of nowhere.
The stabby poke of the needle of that mechanical pencil was our favourite thing. Because pretending to do drugs is just a normal thing kids do, right?
Pressing them and playing the snake games was one of the best things back then.