nostalgia point: the airport. Aunt used to be a flight stewardess, so we'd always go to pick her up from the airport. I remember the anticipation at the gate, wondering what she'd bring from which strange land.
Later on, growing up, I wanted to be a flight stewardess as well, but my parents were horrified that I'd waste brains on "coffee, tea, me"...
So, I gave up my childhood dream. *deflates*. I did so love the SIA uniform.
This thread is really starting to make me sick with nostalgia. Smurfs, Masters of the Universe, Thundercats, Captain Planet, and even a Gohan avatar. It's too much!
Too much nostalgia ain't good for us wussy INFJs
Wow, I just realized I spent a lot of my childhood in front of the telly.
* Wandering stops to consider the result...*
* Figures it's all right!*
* Feels better about her own son spending his childhood in front of the telly and the puter *
Originally Posted by whatever
my roommate Junior year bought a Super Nintendo and all 3 Super Mario Brothers games! I was somewhat disturbed to realize I still remembered the shortcuts
Originally Posted by raindancing
I think it was the first time I've ever been better than my INTP husband at a video game (he didn't have a nintendo growing up like I did - so deprived!).
My ENFJ husband didn't have Nintendo either as a kid, so at first he couldn't figure out why I was so excited about all those Nintendo games on the emulator. And then he tried them. And then he bought our son and I a Nintendo DS for our combined birthday, yeah !!