When I was a child all I wanted to do was be an adult or act like an adult. In all the games you acted like someone older than you are- a teacher or a mom or a doctor. From year 3 to year 6 my friends and I had our own dance group including my elder sister and we would have group meetings at lunch times and create dance steps together. We even performed them to the rest of the year in the talent show.
When you were younger you didn't worry about how you looked or get embarrassed as easily as I do now. You see children throwing tantrums in the supermarket and their mothers go bright red but the kids don't care because they just want what they want and don't care about what other people think.
I remember there would be a different craze every year at primary school, first of all a few people would have it then someone else would want it until nearly everyone had it, and then it would get banned so there wasn't much point in getting it in the first place. Things like yoyos, pokemon cards, those squidgy aliens in jelly that were supposed to have babies if you put them in the same egg, tamagotchis- I remember them being in the newspaper because parents were taking them to work because their children wanted someone to stop them from dying when they were at school, those small block things with faces that you would throw at the ground and get points for it landing on its head and back.
And of course there was the Spice Girls craze. I remember I had a fight with my friends over who was going to be sporty spice, and it ended up with the words Spice Girls being banned. Whenever someone said it you'd go "Ummmmm! You said the s word!". What at the time we thought of as a really huge massive fight was actually really small and over nothing.
Memories from my childhood life made me what I have become today. There are many different childhood memories that I can remember but there were two that really made an impact to how my personality is today. I never thought...
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