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Author Topic: Ah, Nostalgia!  (Read 1114 times)

KittyVel

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Ah, Nostalgia!
« on: August 20, 2011, 11:59:24 pm »
So I found this cartoon a few minutes ago, and it seriously made me SO HAPPY.

[video=youtube;8ZZ5ByMUEsw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZZ5ByMUEsw[/video]

I had this cartoon on VHS back when I was in preschool (3-5 years old) and watched it all the time.  My grandmother even had the vinyl soundtrack for all of the cartoons that were on it!

Watching it brought back so many memories from when I was little, and I know all of you have things like this as well.  Share them!  :3
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Re: Ah, Nostalgia!
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2011, 03:25:02 am »
Quote from: KittyVel;14486

One of my favourite pastimes with friends is to watch old movies I used to love.  Some are trippy (The Thief and the Cobbler, f'ex), some are cute, and some are absolutely ridiculous.  Still, I watch some films which are just brain-numbingly *stupid* now, and I kinda wish I'd left those nice childhood memories alone, when I didn't remember what the plotline was, exactly, I just know I loved that bit and it was so cool when....

And a slightly pathetic anecdote: I was cleaning off my bookshelf, to give books away, to sell some and to take some to Uni with me.  I found a series I loved when I was about fourteen and I went to pack it away for some cousins of mine.  And I couldn't do it.  I loved those books so much.  I took them out and looked at them, and put them back in, and took them out again.  I mean, I didn't read them much anymore, but I wanted to, but surely my cousins would get so much more out of them than me?  My mum eventually told me that I could keep them if I liked, and read them to my cousins, and keep them to give to my own children.  I put them back on my shelf with a nice, warm, fuzzy feeling.  I'm taking book 1 up for when I see my cousins, so I can read it with them.
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Re: Ah, Nostalgia!
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2011, 03:47:25 am »
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One of my favourite pastimes with friends is to watch old movies I used to love.  Some are trippy (The Thief and the Cobbler, f'ex), some are cute, and some are absolutely ridiculous.  Still, I watch some films which are just brain-numbingly *stupid* now, and I kinda wish I'd left those nice childhood memories alone, when I didn't remember what the plotline was, exactly, I just know I loved that bit and it was so cool when....

And a slightly pathetic anecdote: I was cleaning off my bookshelf, to give books away, to sell some and to take some to Uni with me.  I found a series I loved when I was about fourteen and I went to pack it away for some cousins of mine.  And I couldn't do it.  I loved those books so much.  I took them out and looked at them, and put them back in, and took them out again.  I mean, I didn't read them much anymore, but I wanted to, but surely my cousins would get so much more out of them than me?  My mum eventually told me that I could keep them if I liked, and read them to my cousins, and keep them to give to my own children.  I put them back on my shelf with a nice, warm, fuzzy feeling.  I'm taking book 1 up for when I see my cousins, so I can read it with them.

 
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