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For example here’s mine and yes cheap canada goose outlet , I was that dorky aged 3.When asked what I wanted for my 3rd birthday I replied 'to get rid of that bad man Slobodan Milosevic' because I was obsessed with the news.— Rachel O’Neill (@ronronzo) July 8, 2018 Source: Rachel O’Neill/TwitterWe had parents trying to do something nice and it backfiring spectacularly.One time, my Dad tried to be cute and left a note under my pillow from the tooth fairy. But I thought it was real so I brought the note to school, declared I had made contact with the fairies and EMAILED BBC NEWSROUND.— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@amyohconnor) July 9, 2018It’s good to encourage curiosity right?Stuck a nut up my nose (like, a metal one) just to see if it would fit. Had to go to hospital to get it removed.— Fionnuala (@FionnualaJay) July 8, 2018I stuck the back of a badge right up my nose and no one knew until my breath started stinking and Mam brought me to the doctor. I must have been wondering what it smelled like.— Meg (@mollyfinn_x) July 9, 2018Some of us were just really hungry ok?Chewed through the landline telephone wires…more than once #partboypartrodent— Conall Mac Cionnaith (@conallmacc) July 9, 2018And some of us learned very quickly how to get our point across.when i was about 4 i got my curly hair cut by a shit hairdresser & she cut it up so short, past my ears! when i saw it i howled the place down & got off the chair & started picking my hair off the floor asking her to put it back on & cried all the way home (im fairly sure by bus)— rebecca (@rbcakn) July 9, 2018When I was 10 I pretended to faint at an Irish dancing class to get some attention because I wasn’t good at Irish dancing— Sharon Horgan (@SharonHorgan) July 9, 2018We didn’t want to take any bullshit even as kids.I got a phone call home when I was in junior infants because when one of the kids asked me what I was getting from santa for christmas I said to the room 'nothing, because he doesn't exist'— Catherine Prasifka (@prasifcat) July 9, 2018in play school I got sent to time out for locking a boy named Craig in a large toy chest because he wouldn't stop insisting that he was my boyfriend— Lady Macdeath (@InfiniteJess) July 9, 2018It’s not lazy if it’s efficient.Refused to learn how to spell my own surname because it was too complicated.— Aifric (@aifreckle) July 9, 2018Notions can develop from an early age.When I was 4, our teacher asked us to each bring in an empty Flora/dairy spread box for our crayons. A week later, I didn't have one and she asked why, I replied "sorry, my family only use *real* butter."— Bovril Lavigne (@omgDebbie) July 8, 2018In hindsight, that'd be decking myself out in the neighbour's most expensive dress & a full face of makeup, aged 4, while being babysat— Eoin Oh'F 🇵🇸 (@Eoin_OF) July 9, 2018As can defiance.Picked Constantine as my confirmation name bc I wasn't arsed reading through the book of names and the shite Keanu Reeves movie was out— Adam (@RummHammm) July 8, 2018In primary school I hated my teacher so much I gave them a ruler as a present (Christmas maybe) and stole it back during lunch.I then sat there in joyful silence as she explained to the class how hurt I must be by someone stealing my present to her.I was a petty child.— Danny Rigg (@DannyWRigg) July 8, 2018At 3 I used casually sit in the bold corner without reason and when my dad asked what was I at I replied "it's just a corner" and I think I made a psychological power move hahaha— Pop Culchie (@O_Conartist) July 8, 2018Someone clearly watched the episode of the Simpsons where Lisa lives in a tree.Held an overnight protest over a tree being cut down, complete with chants and a sign. It was in my garden. The protest was against my Da. I was six. He rightfully thought I was being a sap.— Kate (@Bed_Forever_) July 8, 2018This is just way too relatable.when I was born, they thought that I had a rare heart condition but I actually just had what appeared to be a panic attack coming out of the womb— aoife (@huummus) July 9, 2018And this just reminds us that teachers put up with a lot.When I was eight I brought a puppet “Jenny” to school every day & only talked through the puppet because everyone found it funny until the teacher had a kind word and asked whether “Jenny” only needed to come to school on a Friday because “Jenny” was so bright.— Aisling Bea (@WeeMissBea) July 9, 2018Well done everyone, another day on Twitter successfully completed.canada goose outlet is on Instagram! canada goose parka

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