I am a little girl. I always will be. But as hard as it is to believe, I used to be way little-er. Sometimes I miss it all, you know, this innocence and sweetness. One cannot get away with such foolishness now that one pays taxes and pretends to be responsible. Children… children can say pretty much anything in the entire Universe and all they get is a short Yes, yes, and no one even bats an eyelid.
June is a month for kids in my book. Not only does it start with their day, it is also the beginning of the summer holiday (can I have summer holidays back, please?) in most countries and in general it associates itself in my mind with soap bubbles and cotton candy. It is in June that I come back mostly to the land of I don’t want to be an adult. And when I do, I always end up digging up long forgotten memories and stories too funny to let go of.
We all have these after all, don’t we? Funny stuff we believed as children. Logical absurd and absurd logic. Other people’s childhood stories are probably among the top things I like to listen to – and they are definitely way better than the everyday drama of grocery shopping and traffic jams. And that is why I decided it is high time to bother my friends and friends of friends again and present to you a compilation of the craziest things we used to believe as children. [Read more…]