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  • RRicho
    started a topic Earliest memories.

    Earliest memories.

    As far back as I can remember is my first day at school, balled my eyes out .... other things I remember after that were the distressing things until around secondary school, can't remember the good things that happened in my early years.

    How far back can you oldies remember?

  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by Dark-Matter View Post


    You peeked my curiosity so I called an old classmate to ask what became of her. Unfortunatly, she passed away not long ago. That was depressing news. Now I feel even worse about pushing her in the muddle puddle...
    Oh, that’s unfortunate news. I hope she had a fulfilling life before her passing. I understand you feeling bad about this situation but unless you pulled the trigger, you have nothing to do with her death.

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  • Dark-Matter
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    (Maybe Candy is a mud wrestler now...?)

    You peeked my curiosity so I called an old classmate to ask what became of her. Unfortunatly, she passed away not long ago. That was depressing news. Now I feel even worse about pushing her in the muddle puddle.

    One year I left a valentines card on her desk. I wanted her to know I liked her but I was also shy to admit it to her so the message on the card was "Roses are red, violets are blue. I hate you because you have cooties. She actually seemed to warm up and become friendly when she saw the I gave her a valentines card but that changed after she read it. Then she told the teacher on me and I got a good talking to about being mean to girls.

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  • Strewth
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    I have smatterings of memories from being young, seeing my childhood home for the first time at about 3, there was a huge chest like basket in the hallway. I remeber tying the laces on the wooden shoes into knots at kinder. I remember going to the very country golf club when we visited my Grandma, sooo much food and the beer was from a barrel with a dog nose?? I remember wanting a dog instead of a cat...

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  • chardie
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    Originally posted by RRicho View Post


    I have to work all weekend .... still want in Chards?
    no no i want the comedy action that working action has got hairs on it
    besides its too wet to go outside mum says i might catch a chill
    got about 20 mins with the weed eater before it starting raining today the tanks are full which is nice
    Last edited by chardie; 12-16-2018, 06:12 AM.

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  • Etsia
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    Originally posted by RRicho View Post
    I asked this question because I have young grandkids and I wondered will they remember me when I'm gone ..... I can remember my grandparents but only after I started school, earlier than that any memories appear not to have been retained.
    My son was nearly 3 when my grandpa, that is his greatgrandfather died at the age of 92. He remembers him, my grandpa was a strong and healthy man and lived alone after my grandmum's death. He refused to move in with my parents, when we visited them and when my grandpa came, my son thought my grandpa was a real Santa and was very excited about having Santa in his grandparents' home. He remembers him until now.

    My earliest memories are connected with my family, especially the game I used to play with my dad - he would say any capital city and I had to name the country or vice versa. I was about six then. My earlier memories go back to when I was about 3 I vagualy remember New Years Eve, a huge tree decorated with toys and tangerines we managed to get. It was impossible to get good food freely in the former USSR so things like bananas and tangerines, good chocolates meant real excitement. But food tasted very natural and delicious as far as I remember.


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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by chardie View Post

    i want in on some of that action

    I have to work all weekend .... still want in Chards?

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    Originally posted by chardie View Post

    thats food for thought
    So dirty-minded...

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  • chardie
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    (Maybe Candy is a mud wrestler now...?)
    thats food for thought

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  • chardie
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    Originally posted by SpacemanBiff View Post
    Weekend at Richo's would be a followup smash. Pure comedy pyrite.
    i want in on some of that action

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  • RogerCarmel
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    (Maybe Candy is a mud wrestler now...?)

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  • Dark-Matter
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    I remember strolling around in a stroller and tumbling down flight a stairs and my aunt rushing to pick me up. When I was a little older and playing with a chicken and a rooster attacked me. My dad cooked him for dinner as revenge. My first crush was Candy from kindergarten. She was extremely mean and hated me, but then, I did push her in a mud puddle which I now know is not a good way to get a girl's attention. She never forgave me even until the day she moved away in third grade and I never saw her again.
    Last edited by Dark-Matter; 12-13-2018, 10:22 PM.

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    Weekend at Richo's would be a followup smash. Pure comedy pyrite.

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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by Suna123 View Post

    Hope you are not going to die soon .

    Your all in trouble when I fall off the perch, that's when the world stops .... and no more miracles get done on the local farmers machinery....

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  • Suna123
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    I remember many things from kindergarten time 3 years old.
    Single situations even before that - but extremely blurry.

    I think as more time you spend with your grandchildren as higher the likelihood they will remember.
    My own kids don't remember the grandma who died when they were 4 and 5 years old, but they really did not see her often. And she also was not interested in doing things with them together.
    (all other grandparents died many years later)

    Hope you are not going to die soon .

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