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I'm only 11 but I read a book where the main character's sister spent hours on the computer drawing. It was based on a true story. At one point the character told her sister that Bambi was on (when it wasn't). Her sister gave her the death stare. When I read that part I thought in my head "Katie....... That is you! That is you when you hear big hero 6 and then you find out that it was really some stupid ticket raffle for a free DVD!"
90s kid playing on the computer. Paint! 35 Things You Will Never See Again in Your Life.
Haha!! So funny because it's SO true!
SO TRUE!!! And if you're in your 30s, this was playing with the super-new, hi-tech computer, and you have memories of fighting over who got the "color" computer in computer class so you could experience Oregon Trail in off-white, pink and grey instead of black and green.
Ha! So true. I remember this. I didn't do it on the computer I did this on paper with colored pencils lol
this is funny! things from my childhood
That is the truest thing I've ever read. www.pinterest.com...
So true..especially when you are forced to get up at 5:30 in the morning -__-
every time. I think this is an INTJ thing. I don't know anyone else who 'gets' this!
This is all of our life stories.
Love that Kat Kitson saw this and thought of me :) So much truth.
I’m just as Squidward…
What if Spider-Man's super power was shooting spiders out of his hands. No one would ever commit crimes.
This is so true! How are we (college students) supposed to fit our 3 5000 page books, notes and papers, and a laptop on that little desk?
True! more funny pics on facebook: www.facebook.com/...
1st World Problems... hahahaha, I've actually thought at least 3 of these things this week.
This guy gets me. There's a a point in time when you reach a certain age when you just feel like not having plans sounds 100 times better than going out. For me this feeling hit at age 18. And I have no shame in it.
Legos. In just about every room of the house.