@Dave · Posted 11 Mar. 2022
@Invokerane · Posted 12 Mar. 2022
Games. I used to enjoy them until midnight, falling into the story, or the happiness when I upgrade my characters. I don't remember in which year I've lost the feature. Games never bring me happiness anymore.
@Dave · Posted 12 Mar. 2022
This is very interesting. Im curious to know how you lost interest in playing games. I`m addicted to games and I have been longing to quit without success.
@pritika98 · Posted 13 Mar. 2022
Stationary! I loved collecting notebooks with unique fonts, glitter pens, colours, and staplers of all kinds. It's as if the right notebook with the right texture and the most befitting of pens or pencils would unleash a world of huge potential and magic for me. I am still someone who could be called a papyrophiliac, but with more refined tastes. I enjoyed answering this one. It took me back to the old lanes!
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 14 Mar. 2022
I was very into books as a child, probably even more than I am now. As a child, reading was an escape and I rarely missed out on the opportunity to read a good book and get lost in a story. As I've grown older, I read a lot more but not in the same way I did as a child. I was also very into karate and used to take lessons and take part in tournaments and such when I could.
Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 15 Mar. 2022
When i was a kid, i was the master of police and robbers game. We had fake guns and some camouflage costumes that we used to wear when playing the game. Also, we used to make toys using clay! This was sick back then. The bigger the toy the more accolade and respect you collect from your peers.
@la.lulu · Posted 25 Mar. 2022