Time to get nostalgic!

Do you remember the magical childhood time- the time when we used to do silly things to keep us entertained? Like talking in front of the fan to sound like a robot. Making holes in the eraser. Drawing watch on the wrist and whatnot. 

Frankly, that was the time when we were truly happy without any stress. To show how happy our childhood days where, we have compiled 18 funny images that you will relate to. 

Admit it: Your eraser had a lot of holes in it too. We’re not even wondering where they came from because we did the same thing.

The challenge used to be very interesting.

Only those of us who were children in the ’80s and ’90s can understand what this image means.

Did you also try to push down all the colors at the same time? Never worked!

The watch drawn on with a marker was a classic among children.

You probably did this when you were a child too.

 Who has never tried to erase what they wrote with ink using the blue part of that strange eraser that was supposed to work like a charm but actually just tore the sheet of paper?

This “robot voice” could keep us entertained for hours.

Did you ever cut the hair on your doll’s head? Regret was almost instant…

Did you also pull the 2 parts of the cookie apart to eat only the filling? If so, high-5 🙌. We did that all the time too!

When we would see a scale, we would immediately try to weigh our hands, arm, etc.

Let us take a guess: When drawing a house, did you always draw the sun in the corner of the sheet?

An overwhelming desire to pop that strangely tight plastic

An overwhelming desire to pop that strangely tight plastic

It was enough to sit on a couple of stacked chairs to feel like kings and queens.

An inescapable challenge for (almost) all children: trying to “balance” the switch in the middle

Pull all your hair forward, put on some glasses… and what’s the next step? Find someone to scare, of course. 😅

Something embarrassing that many of us did, but few of us will admit to: running after turning off the lights so as not to be caught by a “monster” in the hallway.