10 Childhood Games We Played In School
- 3:47 pm March 5, 2018
How we wish we get those days back...
There are certain memories attached with our childhood which can never get erased, no matter how old we grow, certain things are always bound to stay with us.
One such thing which still gives us cheers is childhood games, a memory which would always last long with us.
Name, Place, Animal, Thing
This is a game we definitely used to play in our childhood during whatever free time we managed to squeeze in.
Truth or Dare
This game still gives us chills, thinking about it now when you were even afraid to reveal silly truths about yourself.
Ones who were not bold enough to admit the obvious, they preferred taking the dare option, some geniuses even added stare to the option, Ah those days!
Much before we started fighting with our inner demons, Pen Fight was the game which gave us ultimate thrill.
The ones with the heavy pen lids always seemed to have an undue advantage.
X and Zero
This was much before Exes became part of our life, X and Zero was the big thing, winning those games gave us unbridled joy. What childhood!
How easy was life back then, winning a game of bingo gave us an absolute high!
Vertical lines, horizontal lines, scratch them win them, announce and flaunt you are a winner
Connect The Dots
This game which used to start slowly and steadily the anticipation was built and it used to reach a crescendo when only the last few dots remained. Gosh! We had fun.
Who Flies First?
A Game where your awareness and game sense was tested to the hilt, and the repercussions of not winning would often lead to red hands.
Choose whichever colour you wanted, a combination would arrive and that result would be yours, what little joy, childhood you beauty!
What fun was growing up years, add to it the chor police game and we are instantly drawn to our childhood
The ultimate crush game, which very accurately used to predict your love percentage and romantic chances with your crush.
If only we make such memories daily, if only we knew childhood was the best part of our lives.