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Thread started 02/08/18 3:41pm

ThatWhiteDude

Funny or embarrassing Childhood memories

Okay, I got 2 for U. Here you go:

The first one is, harmless 'cause I think at some point, almost every child did that. So, one day we've been playing truth or dare and I chose the second. And they said: "You run up to the guys who play soccer and show them your ass.

I wasn't a weenie, so I just ran up there and hollered: "Hey, look at this!" They been looking in my direction and I showed them the full moon. lol Now, when I look at it from my views today, I kinda find it a bit embarrassing, but still funny.

The second thing was kind of a foulplay from my sister, as she made me do it. There was this little song some kids at our school sang, it had german lyrics and I don't remember one bit from it, but it was extreme and kids shouldn't sing that. My sister was like: "Come on, just do it." So I said: "But don't tell mom, pinky promise." She pinky promised. So I sang her the song and as soon as I was finished she ran up to my mother and told her that I sang this song.

Now, trouble would be an understatement, trouble would've been shouting at me. I got my ass whooped like never before in my life. And we got our ass whooped before lol with wooden spoons and shit like that.

You can imagine how I hated my sister for that lol But I can laugh about it today, because I should've known better.

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Reply #1 posted 02/09/18 1:39am

EmmaMcG

A funny childhood memory for me happened when I was 13 and I brought my first boyfriend home to meet my mother. Now, a bit of background first. I never knew my father so I had a few different "father figures" throughout my childhood. Until my mother got bored with them and moved on to the next one. But one constant presence was a guy who my mother grew up with and she'd remained friends with all her life. He also happened to be a priest. But I'd known him since birth so I always just considered him an uncle despite not being related. So, one day after school I brought my boyfriend home and my "uncle" was there too but he wasn't wearing his collar so as he could be identified as a priest. Anyway, introductions were made and things were going well until my uncle mentions that he was at church that morning helping out Father Billy with something or other and asked if my boyfriend goes to church. To which my boyfriend replied "no, I don't feel like spending my Sunday mornings in the presence of thieves and paedophiles". My uncle, the priest, got a kick out of it but my boyfriend felt really awkward when I told him my uncle was a priest.
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Reply #2 posted 02/09/18 8:08am

ThatWhiteDude

EmmaMcG said:

A funny childhood memory for me happened when I was 13 and I brought my first boyfriend home to meet my mother. Now, a bit of background first. I never knew my father so I had a few different "father figures" throughout my childhood. Until my mother got bored with them and moved on to the next one. But one constant presence was a guy who my mother grew up with and she'd remained friends with all her life. He also happened to be a priest. But I'd known him since birth so I always just considered him an uncle despite not being related. So, one day after school I brought my boyfriend home and my "uncle" was there too but he wasn't wearing his collar so as he could be identified as a priest. Anyway, introductions were made and things were going well until my uncle mentions that he was at church that morning helping out Father Billy with something or other and asked if my boyfriend goes to church. To which my boyfriend replied "no, I don't feel like spending my Sunday mornings in the presence of thieves and paedophiles". My uncle, the priest, got a kick out of it but my boyfriend felt really awkward when I told him my uncle was a priest.

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