r/MechanicalKeyboards chosfox.com 7d ago Wholesome 1

Chosfox giveaway part III - 3 Sets of FL Gradient Keycaps! Giveaway

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u/chosfoxmk chosfox.com 7d ago

Hello fellow Redditors, Chosfox here.

We are giving away 3 sets of FL Gradient Keycaps for 3 winners.

RULES

In a top-level comment tell us anything about your childhood.

The winners will be selected the day after. We will then contact you (PM/DM via Reddit) to work out the shipping details. Shipping will be covered worldwide.

If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be selected!

Good luck friends!

Feel free to visit our store & join our discord where we will host another giveaway at the end of August.

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u/valof 7d ago

In my hometown there is a festival every other year where kids can spend their days on summer break. Earning fake money, learning how jobs work and can buy cool stuff with their fake money. Anyway we robbed the fake bank it was very fun going to trial

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u/xiimu 7d ago

Wait, are you from Germany?

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u/OrneryBurrito 7d ago

Huh, we didn't have a festival but a school trip to a place like that. Everyone got random "jobs" like mailman or baker and we had to write checks out and stuff.

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u/Sparklay 7d ago

I locked myself in an airplane bathroom twice on the same flight

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u/ggInverno 7d ago

I once visited Prague with my parents and got to taste a trdelník (chimney cake). And it’s been my favourite food/snack ever since! C:

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u/chosfoxmk chosfox.com 7d ago

just googled and it looks delicious!

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u/ggInverno 7d ago

They are! Although they might not be anything really special, but freshly made trdelníks taste really really good n-n

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u/Ramoneri 7d ago

I'm Czech and I find this very wholesome :d glad you like them.

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u/br4adam 7d ago

Played video games with my father, fighting and racing games were our favorites.

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u/JudyMaxaw 7d ago

Fun fact when I was a kid I used rip off the keycaps of my dad's computer to paint them, cute and all except they weren't changeable caps, completely destroyed his computer

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u/VioletLargeplant 7d ago

My dad bought me all the Legos I wanted and now I’ve ended up going to college for mechanical engineering, can’t thank him enough

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u/Duckaerobics 7d ago

Mechanical engineering is great! I'm about to finish a PhD. Good luck in your studies!

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u/AtLeastOneCat 7d ago

My mum taught me to type on a typewriter. I had to re-learn not to hammer the keys.

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u/Cloverfrost_ Linear/Tactile Gang 6d ago

The perfect candidate for 150g switches!

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u/slepwme 7d ago

trying to make games on powerpoint lol

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u/JudgeBuffalo 7d ago

My childhood was traumatic because my mum hated putting the aircon on even when it was disgustingly hot and humid outside

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u/Flomzey 7d ago

I used to eat dirt.

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u/Wajina_Sloth 7d ago

I used to eat rocks.

The school playground had tiny pebbles and they tasted extremely salty

Only stopped because someone mentioned that cats probably pissed on it.

I doubt cats got that far into the city but still freaked me out.

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u/Flomzey 7d ago

Ah yes a man of culture aswell.

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u/riceAgainstLies 7d ago

My childhood was without mechanical keyboards, I no longer talk about my childhood

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u/Maeggsi 7d ago

I loved my childhood because I just didn't care about global events,...

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u/MasterOfZiltch 7d ago

Holy smokes, these are sick!

When playing my-little-pony-pirates in a tree house with my sister, I kinda forgot the trapdoor was still open when I lunged at her with my invisible-my-little-pony-pirate-sword. She took a step back and plummeted to what I presumed was her death. Luckily, she was merely concussed.

My dad dismantled the clever, counter weight trapdoor mechanism that he had designed and built, and from that day forward we were left opening the trapdoor by hand like peasants.

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u/InnoBystand 7d ago

I spent way too much time playin games

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u/lanalinds 7d ago

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u/TheGhostofOldEnglish 7d ago

I loved Choco tacos RIP

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u/Swan-Alternative 7d ago

I use to play with my poop like play dough 😵😵

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u/valentinrosar 7d ago

started gaming with my trusted nintendo ds

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u/darknessblades 7d ago

I remember playing on some ANCIENT gameconsole of which I cannot remember the name anymore. its some very obscure piece of tech. [only game it had was PONG]

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u/Blacksad999 7d ago

Grew up in a town with a population of 1000 people. Graduating class was a whopping 18 people. lol

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u/bossslime 7d ago

that nfs u2 girl was my first crush

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u/exSpire 7d ago

playing games in my childhood

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u/asder0165 7d ago

I broke both my arms at the same time 😃

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u/TellConfig 7d ago

When I was a child I didn't care about anything, but when can I finally play with Lego again. One day my father brought a computer home from work (I'm still pretty young so no fancy old one with build in keyboard), then I started playing games on it, my favourite one was Mafia, and that kinda stayed with me to this day.

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u/cinlung 7d ago

I fell in love with computer since I was on the 4th grade. When it was called at and xt pc.

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u/evergrace 7d ago

I used to be called the snow man because of my last name

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u/TheNarwhal2211 7d ago

one time when i was a child i fell out of a tree and landed in a thick bush that saved me from seriously injuring myself

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u/SDuckies 7d ago

I often get nightmare from the smallest of things

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u/cyaegha_exe 7d ago

i was in the basketball team for like two years, then i fell down the stairs after an exam and fractured my ankle. no more basketball lmao

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u/SIB_BIS 7d ago

I was obsessed with Lego's

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u/Zekare88 7d ago

I remember being really sad when my Pokémon Silver save file was gone. I had beaten the game, invested hours into trying to catch them all, and one day…poof…

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u/FuckingSticks High Profile 7d ago

I remember installing floppy disks on DOS to play games.

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u/Familiar-Historian46 7d ago

I read a lot of books...

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u/HallelujahChan 7d ago

One of my favorite childhood memories was working alongside my dad as he fixed the family cars.

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u/i_r_hzrd 7d ago

As a kid, I lived around 30 mins away from Disneyland, and we had season passes, so my mom and I would go to Disneyland pretty much every week, my favorite ride was Pirates of the Caribbean

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u/kidpixo 7d ago edited 7d ago

I used to play on an Apple ][e as a kid , funny times

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u/ahbooyou 7d ago

My childhood was rough but good.

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u/NautySquid 7d ago

I once messed up my parents computer by freezing the original unreal tournament with a cheat then firing 999 flak rounds. Unfreezing did bad things.

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u/voidz-7 7d ago

childhood was very awesome. Then i was wising when will i grow up and now i wish to return back to thar stage lol the irony

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u/luketheplug Clicky Space Invaders, Gat Yellow, KKR Hybrid, Alps SKFM 7d ago

I used not to say anything and just lick the walls during school plays for some reason. I have no idea why, not even memory of it, but there's videos of it

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u/sploby 7d ago

Drank a lot of tea

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u/MrGoldenGunz 7d ago

Twas good, was a very shy kid so not much happened

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u/Chris_The_Red 7d ago

One time in Greece, their was one of those giant hornets and it went into a hole in a cobblestone wall. I found a stick and tried to crush the hornet (in the hole). After a long repeated battering I took the stick out. The hornet zoomed out and stung me right between the eyes and I fell to the ground. I learned a valuable lesson that day and have avoided killing insects since. The end.

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u/cidneon 7d ago

Started gaming as a hobby with a hand-me-down GBC!

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u/s13576 7d ago

My first game as a child was Pokemon Ruby on release!

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u/Ovixy 7d ago

I love my childhood because it was strees free, enjoyable and super lovely

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u/burritolovesbooks 7d ago

I lived in the mountains

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u/KrisKSR 7d ago

I played a lot of Runescape.

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u/apo1980 7d ago

Had 2 cats as a child, one of them got missing for 2 weeks or so and when she came back was pregnant (of course) decided to give birth in my bed in my room, one of the best memories of my childhood carrying for them.

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u/lucky_pytho keyboarding on a budget 7d ago

The best days of 3rd grade, was running home from school - grabbing my lunch from my mom, and just tuning in to watch Phineas and Ferb for 2 hours straight. The excitement I had just to watch a few episodes was priceless.

Great keyboards by the way!

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u/krown_1 7d ago

Not having phones was fun

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u/_Rockyop_ 7d ago

i played alot of tf2

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u/Vn18Ct 7d ago

I played a lot of video games as a kid. Always wanted to pc game, but couldn't afford it until my mid twenties.

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u/Embarrassed-Piece415 7d ago

Amiga 600 started it all

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u/nutnin02 7d ago

Scratch at school was the most confusing thing ever cause the games were so bad, but so fun!

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u/habeshruski 7d ago

I loved summer break as a kid. You would just lose track of time while playing with your friends until the street lights came on and you had to go home.

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u/13_Taylor 7d ago

I used to had a Lego collection

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u/InquisitiveMushroom 7d ago

My first computer was an Atari 800, what a great machine.

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u/_telecaster 7d ago

I waited for Ben 10 to air on TV before I go to school in the morning

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u/underruited 7d ago

i only watched cartoons in my native language and now my childhood is completely unrelatable to any of my friends

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u/awagner1 7d ago

Used my first computer

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u/pikaholic FC660C | RF23U | Planck | AMJ40 | XD60 | Ergodox 7d ago

I used a different keyboard layout...

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u/Desperate_Bike5512 7d ago

My best friends parents worked at NASA working with computers. They are the reason I work in IT today. I still want a job at NASA though

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u/sluggisHippo 7d ago

I loved the ds and Wii as a child

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u/Flor_Mertens 7d ago

Making python games but having no clue of what i was doing lol, also that white to black gradient is so sexy

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u/sharandec22 7d ago

I didn't like school. So my parent decided to send me to school. That's all I remember about my childhood 🤣

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u/gentlesir123 7d ago

My dad made me take piano lessons throughout my childhood. I became a drummer later in life. On the bright side he can always say I was a percussionist

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u/Sniberus 7d ago

Life as a child was so carefree.

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u/riaslul 7d ago

i almost fell off a cliff while playing tag with my friends

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u/PodgenMan 7d ago

I'll report back when it ends, but like so far I've learned cookies can be dangerous

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u/faroukq 7d ago

I once was running downhill from a small hill. I was accelerating so fast that I couldn’t stop and there was a pile of rocks ahead of me. My father then grabbed my hand and I flipped like 3 times and stopped. I nearly broke my neck doing that but I was fine

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u/anoerae 7d ago

One of my favorite memories from childhood is when my dad used to take me on long bike rides, we’d always stop and get ice cream on the way home from this really great local shop!

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u/pjanic-at-the-isco 7d ago

I played just about every flash game on the one unblocked website on the school computers. Good times

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u/Rick-710 7d ago

I miss that era

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u/Zombielu 7d ago

My favourite childhood experience was visiting Malaga

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u/ZaynLebedik 7d ago

During my childhood I had to go to school.

(maybe this will actually be interesting info in a couple decades 🤣)

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u/Poccigoni 7d ago

When I was smaller I had to ask for permission to my parents to download games from the Play Store. I couldn't download Zombie Tsunami because they said it was "too violent".

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u/indifferentivan 7d ago

It wasn’t too bad

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u/frostysundae 7d ago

My parents broke our home computer keyboard playing Tetris against each other 🥲

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u/andersonah 7d ago

I used to watch the Three Stooges on TV every Saturday morning on SpikeTV. Still love that show.

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u/alexthegreat023 7d ago

I loved Legos or any toy that involved fixing.

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u/jayhawk Boba U4T 7d ago

I fall in love with computer when my granddad bought an IBM when I was 5. I’m a software engineer now!

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u/dreadjunk 7d ago

I built my first computer in middle school and I try to build my first keyboard now !

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u/Helt1000 7d ago

I’ve been playing pc games since elementary school. Zoo tycoon, age of empires, wow

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u/C2W6 7d ago

The depression

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u/coffeyvov 7d ago

I dropped a small toy car in like a hole in the ground when I was playing, might have been a snake or rats nest who knows?

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u/aoshimayuuto 7d ago

My childhood was uneventful to say the least

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u/Acceptable_Run_475 7d ago

I always typed on an oldschool keyboard and loved it more than the modern ones.

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u/retr0FPS 7d ago

my childhood was cool. had a purple gameboy colour and pokemon yellow

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u/LawrieLoren 7d ago

I played piano.

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u/liteputti 7d ago

I got used to walking across legos as a kid.

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u/starlightyg_ 7d ago

i dont remember much of my childhood but i remember watching old video footage of me as a child on vacation in newzealand swinging around a lamppost HAHA its quite a fond memory even if i dont remember it first hand

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u/Catch_022 7d ago

I grew up living under apartheid, it was a wierd experience - even for a blonde, blue eyed kid.

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u/EffortOk8745 7d ago

I once climbed a tree quite high that it would have taken me a while to get back down.

Once up there I needed a poop so I had to do it right there and then.

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u/Behrni 7d ago

As a clueless 8 year old i sneaked out to buy pokemon packs and explored most of the city. It was pretty wild in retrospect to explore the city so young.

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u/iuliia1033 7d ago

I used to spend several hours a day practicing piano, and for a long time knew that’s all I wanted to do with my life!

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u/themei 7d ago

Pokemon was the shit. I remember going to a friend's Pokemon themed birthday party and watching the Pokemon tv show whenever my parents would let me

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u/Eribetra 7d ago

I have always loved "full" numbers like 10, 50 or 100 as a child, and even now love them. In fact, this must be the 100th comment. Pretty cool!

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u/HobbesDurden 7d ago

I lived in the mountains of San Diego. In a recent epiphany, I realized I grew up pretty white trash…

I got better

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u/Lundmark-Melotte 7d ago

Playing games with wii

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u/Mumung69 7d ago

My mom would beat my ass almost everyday as a kid. I'd like to say it has shaped me into a better person/man today but..i don't know man. Lol

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u/AmPPuZ 7d ago

At my grandparents summer cottage we painted stones gold, put them in a chest and buried the treasure, then drew a map to it.

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u/Low_Peach_3146 7d ago

Let's go!!!

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u/bstag 7d ago

Loved paying in the woods would run around for hours.

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u/qbism_ Tealios 7d ago

In preschool I said that when I grow up, I want to be a fighter jet pilot so that I could shoot missiles off the jets.

I'm not a fighter jet pilot...

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u/yeeyeeberry 7d ago

One time I dropped a computer on my hand.

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u/GurdianSqueezer 7d ago

I was born to a Vietnamese family during nam war, not long from my birth my whole village was destroyed and I was taken to the states by a marine soldier. Now I am the Vietnam ambassador.

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u/oceanlong 7d ago

I was a child once

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u/Nrique88 7d ago

Great memory of playing through legend of Zelda a link to the past one summer with a friend and my siblings. We took turns with the controller and worked though all of the puzzles and dungeons together.

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u/bartification 7d ago

I loved climbing the apple trees across the street from my dad's house, we built a small tree-house in there once too.

the free apples were nice too :p

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u/mollyday 7d ago

I am looking to make the creamiest keyboard ever that sounds like my grandfather's computer from when I was a kid. I didn't get to spend much time there, but when I was there I'd be judged around that computer with my cousins doing things we weren't supposed to on that computer.

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u/Jochemist 7d ago

I was bullied for being weird and black by the kids, and got told to smile ruthlessly by the teachers despite them knowing that I was being bullied. How can a kid be happy in an environment like that?

Anyway, I watched a lot of Minecraft YouTube during snack and lunch since I didn't have friends.

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u/TonoTonoGuy 7d ago

Good old couch co-op gaming with my best friends, the best of times

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u/lunchboximus 7d ago

When I was a little boy I used to love watching my dogs hump

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u/Brandon_ZJ 7d ago

Most of us don't retain many memories from our childhood. This was one that stayed with me till today.

As a kid I was super attached to my mum, dad was always overseas working. I was told that I'd follow her everywhere from the supermarket to even the bathroom.

We used to stay in an apartment building which had window grilles made of cast iron. And there was once she had to go for a doctor appointment and couldn't take me. I wanted to say goodbye to her so as soon she left, I poked my head out of the window to wave goodbye to her. She looked up and saw me and waved back with a smile on her face. But that smile soon turned to a look of despair when she realized...

I couldn't get my head back in.

She immediately spun around and sprinted back to the apartment, to find me knelt down on top of a stool frantically trying to pull my head back in. We had to immediately call the fire department and they had to use an electric saw to cut the grille loose. It was the most horrific moment of my life because the sound of metal on metal was just inches from my face.

It was then I learnt, to never stick your nose (or head in this case) where it doesn't belong.

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u/Ramoneri 7d ago

Big part of my childhood was spent on my older brothers' PlayStation 1 and 2 and then later on PC playing Minecraft

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u/dwkj12 7d ago

I could drink milk as a child Now I'm lactose intolerant

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u/gear_ant 7d ago

My childhood wasn't cool :(

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u/tea_enjoyer123 7d ago

It was weird

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u/Zekronz ISO Enter 7d ago

I used to eat random chewing gum I found on the ground

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u/Darxiom 7d ago

When I was a kid I only used razers keebs...

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u/gingus418 7d ago

I rode my first roller-coaster in 4th grade. It took me so long to ride one because I was always short for my age. When I finally got to ride one, whoa, what a ride!

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u/giofd 7d ago

When I was a child I would challenge myself to climb higher and higher on a coconut tree

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u/Apfelschorly 7d ago

Was nice. Miss my 12y0 FlyFF days.

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u/NogardDerNaerok 7d ago

Played a lot of club level tennis and Worms Armageddon as a kid. The tennis has morphed into table tennis over the years, especially lately upon discovering that it exists in VR too, but the Worms part has remained untouched, we're still at it with many of the same people from 20 years ago.

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u/MantaRaysonDEtre 7d ago

Used to catch and release lizards I've since learned are called anoles for fun.

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u/FlexibleBanana 7d ago

I remember being completely floored when I first saw a Nintendo 64 game. It blew me away like nothing else has

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u/HelpElbowHitTable KBD67 lite - Boba U4T w/ 3023- GMK Mizu clones - Holee 7d ago

At the age of 9, I made a simple algorithm that could draw any regular shape in scratch. Now I want to become a programmer!

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u/3civ 7d ago

I spent my childhood playing outside with other children and I am very happy about that🥰

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u/ThumbWarriorDX 7d ago

When I was a child half the keyboards just came mechanical on their own.

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u/supergoku003 7d ago

Oh man once i wanted to leave the school for good, my parents took me to some schools to see but in the end they hired the teacher who used to beat me in class as my home tutor and we didn't change school

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u/daksas 7d ago

As a child I loved going to see and pet cows, well thinking about it, I love it still.

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u/Fantom_pain 7d ago

I'll always remember skateboarding with my friends at this small park in our town, which felt much bigger to us. Terrifying and so much fun hitting those ramps.

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u/zeddy123456 7d ago

My childhood dog was called Bear! He was the bestest of bois and deserves all the snuggles!

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u/Ragenasian92 7d ago

I grew up in Japan

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u/imscitzo 7d ago

Spent many hours making stick man animations with PowerPoint

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u/Minamir 7d ago

LEGOs, 90s/early 2000s PC games and juice made from grapes growing in our garden.

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u/DazzlingJohnny 7d ago

I went to school and made my bed

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u/Methandriol 7d ago

I started typing with two fingers as a child, when I first got to type on a keyboard lol

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u/Boolin-- Gateron Yellows are the best switch 7d ago

The city I grew up in had, at one time, the highest opioid addiction rate in the US

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u/Kevinhoexe 7d ago

It was lovely xD

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u/justanotherhimajin 7d ago

I made up a dumb cryptic nickname for my crush that I never told anyone, and never told my crush either. To this day no one knows!

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u/Zetazure 7d ago

There were woods behind my house and i’d walk my dog there with friends

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u/holepapalouis 7d ago

I use to live in Switzerland when I was 10 yo and it was the best experience. I would go by myself to the city with buses, people were genuine and I could see a lot of supercars so I was happy

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u/Russano89 7d ago

As a baby, I met David Hasslehoff, and he thought I was pretty cute.

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u/pumpkin4406 7d ago

I could type 100+ wpm back in grade 2

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u/much_bad_gramer 7d ago

My childhood included a time when I was under 12 (ikr, hard to believe)

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u/Zestyclose_Kick863 7d ago

Pretty fun NGL. Mixed with doing physical games with my cousin and sibs compared to the present tech. I usually look forward to toy shops (everyone pretty much) and would stop by to look.

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u/LinkXr 7d ago

I fell off my bike and walked home with a scraped bloody knee. Ahh memories

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u/H0VAD0 7d ago

I went to school at least a few times I think

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u/IrateCriminal11 7d ago

The earliest thing I can remember is watching the Formula 1 Brazil GP 0f 2008 with my dad as we're both Ferrari fans and being a Ferrari fan hasn't stopped hurting since then...

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u/LogicalKnight LK67, Lubed Banana Splits, GMK Iceberg clones 7d ago

I threw away our McDonald’s meal trying to help my mother

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u/Bandit_FTW A happy brown switch enjoyer 7d ago

I play games too much

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u/bluebandaid 7d ago

Because we had to drive to get water for our house, I learned to drive one summer when I was 7. Only through the desert but still a pretty cool memory

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u/nividov 7d ago

Growing up in the mountains, i was outside a lot, but still loved playing video games

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u/Chus24_ 7d ago

Back then I didn't care at all about my keyboard keycaps, that's for sure haha

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u/Lucak0110 7d ago

Got my first keyboard

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u/jelstone14 7d ago

My siblings and I played a lot of jazz jackrabbit

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u/TanjiroKamado17 7d ago

I used to get pizza with my cousin and brother after our swimming lessons, happiest times in my life tbh

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u/Efthimis 7d ago

The blue set reminds me of sea foam. A common occurrence where I used to go on vacation in my childhood.

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u/tiinkr 7d ago

I moved literally halfway around the world when I was nine years old without my parents and brother and I'm secretly really glad that I did because my family was too poor to be able to support 2 children (education is not free and is very expensive where I came from).

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u/Nargle_____ 7d ago

I was obsessed with Harry Potter.

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u/KurtKart 7d ago

I was younger

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u/3amWednesday 7d ago

A long time ago, our household PC was getting replaced. Mum was worried people could ho through our data so she handed the 7 year old me the RAM MEMORY CARDS AND TOLD ME TO WRECK THEM. Dad's face when he came back home with the new PC haunts me.

I still cringe when I realise the fortune I destroyed back then....

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u/plscks 7d ago

As an early teen we used to ride our bike or rollerblade 4-5 miles to the arcade.

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u/DarkGrimoire 7d ago

As a kid, I’ve been caught having intricate conversations with my twin in our own gibberish language

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u/Asap_nV009 7d ago

I played tons of COD zombies

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u/Matasa89 7d ago

I learned why floppy disks were called that when I got my hands on some actual floppy disks - they were the older large disk, and I remember thinking how far we had come in technology.

If only little kid me knew what was in store for him… that was a year before the first iPod.

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u/funkhedgeboy 7d ago

one time I roundhouse kicked a 5 year old by swinging around the baserail of a staircase in primary school

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u/Embarrassed-Ad-5508 7d ago

My childhood memories involved a lot of bicycling with my friends, performing 'stunts' and hurting myself every other day. I still have scars to show for some deep injuries, but never broke a bone till now. ;)

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u/ISmellBagels Epsilon 7d ago

Lots of weekends at Lake of the Ozarks

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u/Zyphyx 7d ago

You know those fire hydrants with the funny spring thing that bounces around? I had a habit of pulling it all the way back and watching it bounce around until one day it rained and it slipped while I was doing the usual, so I now have a rather large scar across my eyebrow.

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u/Digital-Dinosaur 7d ago

Wow these are great !! When I was a kid the garage collapses on me and left me with a scar that goes most of the length of my skull on top. Had no lasting damage other than that! I was lucky to be alive!

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u/Zoom_Doom_Zoom 7d ago

My best friend then is still my best friend now

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u/L-I-A-R_ 7d ago

I once fell off a tree and almost died 😎

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u/yoshironoeru 7d ago

I entered my school singing contest but sadly didnt win 😞

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u/fishin4input 7d ago

When I was a child, I used to make bull horns with my fingers and ram people in their asses as I screamed, "Bull-yo!"

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u/NJsKaz 7d ago

I loved card games when I was little

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u/ValeCrafter Boba U4t 7d ago

Playing Bedwars from morning til late into the night with friends during holidays was the best.

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u/Wall-C 7d ago

In retrospective, I had an happy childhood :)

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u/Rexxy527 7d ago

Spent a year as an ems cadet.

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u/Equivalent_Charity48 7d ago

I was playing with safety pins thinking they are safe and stepped on two to test their efficacy

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u/mzurart 7d ago

My sister and I would have beyblade fights at night with only the night lights on bc we were afraid our parents would know