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    My little sister (born December 1990) farted in my room because she thought I annoyed her when it's the exact opposite. I didn't realize that she secretly farted in my room until I could smell it. I was so worried until I put Febreze all over my room, and the room still smelled. I thought there was a skunk in my room. Then I started smashing things, and as soon as I heard a cracking and breaking noise and realized it was my childhood Super Nintendo, I started bursting in tears crying. I didn't want to talk for days.

    That day was horrible.
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      TheWalletUnknown wrote:
      My little sister (born December 1990) farted in my room because she thought I annoyed her when it's the exact opposite. I didn't realize that she secretly farted in my room until I could smell it. I was so worried until I put Febreze all over my room, and the room still smelled. I thought there was a skunk in my room. Then I started smashing things, and as soon as I heard a cracking and breaking noise and realized it was my childhood Super Nintendo, I started bursting in tears crying. I didn't want to talk for days.

      That day was horrible.


      So in a fart driven rage you smashed your SNES?
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        There's no shame in therapy.
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          being totally obssessed with life and culture in the 80's(mostly MTV,music videos and the music in general,1994 '95 era was the worst or saddest(the end of the MTV era for me).suddenly everything was rap and hip hop and my favorite past time(MTV) became something i just couldn't stand watching anymore.(i'm not a fan of rap and hip hop as one can see).80's music is joyful imo,especially music by artists like human league.many others too of course. my playing air guitar days were officially over at that point in time
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            I'm just beginning my adulthood, and I have to say the saddest part of adulthood is realizing you can't get your childhood back.

            I really enjoyed my early childhood days. Now everything is so different. There is so much change for the better and the worse, which I'm just going to have to get used to.

            But, adulthood has its benefits! ;)
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              All of it.
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                I became so immersed into the 90s and my childhood that I was afraid to grow up. I mean, I remember just how anxious I was about going into middle school in 1998 and then high school in 2000. I wish I was a kid forever in elementary school. I went to the same elementary school from kindergarten to sixth grade so that was seven years of my childhood spent in that school so I had a huge attachment to that school and everything that went along with it. I think in 2000 is when it really began to dawn on me that I was no longer a kid and I tried to fight that feeling and it brought great distress for me because I wasn't letting go and I was torturing myself for it. I had no guidance in my life and I didn't have anyone to talk to about what I was feeling so I just kept everything inside. I just wish I had known just how troubled I was back then and gotten the proper support but instead it continued to grow inside of me and my problems that I was holding inside just spiraled out of control. Perhaps I didn't address them thinking why bother when I can die at any minute since life is supposedly unpredictable. Subconsciously I wasn't preparing myself for the long term and I tried to do everything as much as I could in my childhood. I lived my life to the fullest I possibly could but I was also exposed to many negative things like my mother being a generally depressing and troubled person who used religious guilt and shame on me and didn't appreciate me for who I was and would often subject me to years of strict church services in a language I didn't understand since I was raised in America and she would sometimes even take me to funerals and whatnot where I was encouraged to feel the pain and emotionally grieve with the family of the deceased of people I didn't even know. It was as if she was raining on my parade and what I wanted my life to be but I always tried to keep going and consoled myself as much as I could but I was only a kid. She was creating an unhealthy environment where I was emotionally abused and neglected and sometimes physically abused. My childhood was troubled and I hate my mother for putting me in many unfortunate situations and events but I sure lived the 90s the best I could. My older brother also wasn't good to me and my mother failed to protect me from him on several occasions because she was out of the house for frivolous reasons. Often I would even be left alone which sometimes wasn't bad because at least I could at least have some peace to myself. I always thought that as a kid I could have been an actor because I was pretty good looking and loved performing. That's why I was so into all of those 90s shows and I almost lived through those shows and wanted my life to be like theirs. The saddest part is when you start realizing all of these things and then when you most need help, and you're at the height of your depression, you are abusing substances, your best friend for many years totally betrays you and leaves you feeling these intense feelings all alone on top of many more feelings that come flooding in. Being an adult sucks and the rules definitely change. You can't even trust anyone and not even yourself at some points. I totally felt betrayed by the people in my life and I felt like I betrayed myself for not better looking out for myself.
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                  The saddest time in my adulthood was when I got my first apartment. I was used to having people around so it was too quiet for me. I didn't make that much money so I was always broke, the rent used to kick my ass. I only had like one day off a week, it sucked.
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                    pikachulover wrote:
                    All of it.


                    Pretty much.
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                      All of it? Ouch!
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                        The saddest time of my adulthood was when I realized I had spent countless dollars to watch Matt Damon movies, after realizing I hate Matt Damon.
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                          The saddest time of my adulthood was when I read this thread
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                          Mrs. stake you say some nasty on my threads. Dirty bitch
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                            Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                            The saddest time of my adulthood was when I realized I had spent countless dollars to watch Matt Damon movies, after realizing I hate Matt Damon.


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                              stake n sheak wrote:
                              The saddest time of my adulthood was when I read this thread


                              Lock the thread. No other reply will be as good as this one.
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                                The day I realized that if I kept my toys m.i.b. I would be rich. ie:colorforms aliens.
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                                  Finding a sex tape you made like 15 years ago and realising you don't have the same energy as back then...
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                                    Probably seeing my parents age.
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                                      vkimo wrote:
                                      Probably seeing my parents age.


                                      Yeah, this is pretty rough. Not just that, most members of your family you're close to.
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                                        An AT&T commercial made me realize that kids today have it way too easy.
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                                          Giving away my lazy boy recliner a couple of years ago.
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