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playing MOH Pacific assault on my old pc
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At 10/21/12 11:25 AM, 919CDS wrote: NEVER on the internet...i played.....OUTSIDE those wre the days....oh and playin some n64(still do)
Pretty much this. We didn't even have an internet connection in my house back then, or a computer for that matter. I did have a PS1 which I used to play from time to time but yea, I'd only have been 10 years old and spend most of my time out playing with my school mates.
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It wasn't until 2004, that I really got into flash cartoons and games. Before that, my main obsession was the "Peanuts" comic strip, so I was probably out reading them or you know, maybe studying for a high school class or two. I would have just started high school.
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Still living at home, in the midst of my AS level year. I had just turned 17 so starting to look at driving lessons. Entertainment consisted of playing football or snooker with my mates, and lots of trips to the cinema.
I was totally unaware of the existance of NG for another two years, and while I was aware of girls they may as well have been an alien species.
10 years is a LONG time!
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Making bad flash animations, getting in trouble at school, drawing offensive comics and sticking NG stickers on my school's entrance sign.
Hmm, at this very moment? Probably...playing Rogue Squadron on the N64. I did A LOT of that in my earlier years. That or playing Pokemon.
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I think I was in my first year in high school back then. I believe we did have an internet connection, but only on one computer and you always got these funny noises whenever you connected to the internet. I never got to use it though and wasn't interested in it either. I was just playing on my N64 all day.
Hating school and skipping erryday. #five
I had the best fucking childhood. Lived in a neighborhood surrounded by blue collar rednecks, who are honestly some of the most friendly and down to Earth people in America. I mean everything, even the racism, is out in the open and everyone is treated with absolute respect and fairness.
The best part about being surrounded by self proclaimed white trash? Being the wealthiest and thus most popular people in the neighborhood. I was the only kid with a large television in my room, both my parents had white color jobs so I had every console, game, computer, etc. that I wanted. We were in all honesty just upper middle class but the kids in my neighborhood believed us to be rich.
I remember my Mom only working on weekdays when we were in school so we literally always had kids over, even though I only have an older sister who is a complete cunt that I never got along with I had at least a dozen close friends who were like cousins/siblings.
Shit I miss it, grew up a redneck tomboy, ten years later I'm willing to bet if I were to ever revisit that neighborhood most people would not recognize me.
Also discovered Newgrounds at six years old, sister thought it was appropriate to show me Pacman Pizza then quickly forbid me to use the site. Probably where I got my morbid sense of humor and social anxiety.
I eat your girl up for breakfast, won't save you no extra.
Pimps up, hoes down, Take your girl pull her clothes down
Her hair down and I'm down, her phone off so don't dial
Being six years old.
So, playing Pokemon and building LEGO. Basically what I do now.