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Childhood memories 90s

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U can't spot these now but even if u find 1, u're taken back to ur childhood! #Bachpan contest entry! #Missmybachpan

“U can't spot these now but even if u find 1, u're taken back to ur childhood! #Bachpan contest entry! #Missmybachpan”

Things-Everyone-Experienced-In-Childhood

Ready to blush? Just kidding—nobody enjoys making their cheeks burn out of involuntary embarrassment in awkward situations. But this time, we are taking you on an emotional rollercoaster where it may be the only option.

46 Tweets About The Things “Today’s Kids Will Never Know”

These tiny pencils (and all similar writing implements) were all the rage at one point in time. And it seemed like everybody at school had at least one. They were fun to play around with because you could take off the topmost pencil or pen and put it on the bottom, pushing the whole stack upward.However, there was a slight hitch to the design. Losing just of the mini-pencils meant that you couldn’t write with them without pushing the pencil lead inside.

13 Candies From The 90s That Will Take You Back To Your Childhood

There are a lot of fond memories attached to our growing up years. And more so when it comes to the sweets we have sucked on. These tasty treats made growing up all the more exciting. Here are 13 such sweets that will definitely take you down memory lane. Sweet memories ahead. 1. Ravalgaon The […]

The earthy smell of rain still fills our hearts with joy!

Monsoon is probably every Indian's favorite season! Who hasn't grown up to love the earthy smell of rain, and then sneaking on to the terrace to get drenched in the season's first shower (despite several warnings from your mom)? Even today, the sound

Media Tweets by Paper Boat (@paperboatdrinks) / Twitter

“Ma's work station was our play station-- the original kind. How many times did the sewing machine wheel turn before we got dizzy and HAD to stop? Never enough because we didn't ever stop!”