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i was so proud to be able to tell all my mates at school that my bedroom had been painted 'batman blue' that word spread around the playground like wildfire. all the kids went home and gave their mums and dads such a hard time begging them to do the same for them, that when my mum came to collect me at home time, she had loads of requests as to where to buy it from as they couldn't find it in the shops. it then transpired that in actual fact my dad had gone into the garage and mixed up any old paint that he could find, which came out a kind of light blue colour, and coined it 'batman blue' so i wouldn't complain and say i didn't like it... ..swizzed again!

shube
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Every kid must have heard this at some time. 'You know they are taking the word gullible out of the dictionary.' We all believed it the first time, didn't we?

billy.b
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i thought that every school was the same with the same people/charactors in it, an exact copy where there would be another me who was friends with people all the same as my friends, we'd even all look almost the same

sebbisocks
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Every day when I got home from school by bus, as I walked through the front door I used to say to myself, "Ahh they didn't get me!". I did this from primary school into the first few years of secondary school. AS to who I was talking about, I have no idea! Bit worrying really!!! :)

Richy B
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