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Discussion in 'Mexico NSR' started by Shzm13, Feb 1, 2011.
What do you miss most about your childhood?
I'm pretty sure in 2011 you can still obtain a Gameboy and a soda en bolsita lol
Yeah, but you can't without looking like an f'n weirdo. You guys were spoiled to have a gameboy as a kid, all I had was:
Damn, I miss it
Playing football during the breaks, using two banks as goals with a different size. 1 goal in small goal counted as 2, 1 goal in big goal counted as 1. With a pole in the middle of the field. If you kicked the ball outside the field, the one who had the ball first was allowed to throw to speed up the game. If you kicked the ball over the fence your team would lose 2 points and you had to get the ball what often made you the loser of the day.
back when Mtv was good. i'm happy that Mike Judge is bringing this show back though!
i remember discovering Mortal Kombat when i was like 8 years old i think. almost everyday i'd go to the 7/11 a block away from my school and play there.
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Remember buying stamp albums (power rangers?)
I had hundreds of Tazos
I was the envy of my little ass town there for a little while..
LOL @ 1:11. This game was weird.
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Pretty sure this is how mom tricked me into eating my peas
you guys remember these?
Go to the :40 mark.
I used to love collecting those. Damn I'm old.
While looking for childhood movie stuff to post in this thread, I found this..
That is Frodo (Elijah Wood).
In Mexico we use to make these out of the top of a soda bottle and a balloon. We'd go to the top our the apartment building and shoot them at the people walking by
We used to make wooden guns that slung soda can tops with a rubber band. We'd hide under parked cars and shoot at cars driving bye. Projectiles and Mexicans seems to be a staple of the culture.
Lol nice. There was a tree next to our apartment building that had green looking berries that were hard as a rock. That was our choice for ammo.