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    Silly Childhood Tales: How People Relate to Not Using Chilli Peppers on Privates

    Adolescence is a time of engaging in incredibly silly things – I suppose it’s how we acquire wisdom not to repeat these blunders as we grow older. Yet, there’s always a sense of amusement when reminiscing and chuckling at our past selves.
    Well, in a recent post, that’s exactly what we were doing – and the generous commenters supplied 14 more silly stories:.
    When I was 11 or 12, I desperately longed to shave my legs. However, my mom firmly declined my request, leaving me disappointed and yearning for smooth and sleek legs.
    My brother, at the tender age of eight or nine, was filled with a curiosity that knew no bounds. In his quest for knowledge and experimentation, he found himself pondering the consequences of applying the fiery hot pepper juices to his intimate downstairs region. With a daring sense of exploration, he embarked on this unconventional journey – a feat that would forever etch itself into the annals of childhood mischief and discovery.
    Spray deodorant and a lighter, need I say more.
    My family would often regale me with a tale of the time my cousin, with her chic and fashion-forward style, decided to push a small crayon up her elegant nose. Unfortunately, the crayon got stuck, and she had to rush to the hospital where skilled doctors expertly removed it.
    In seventh grade (in 1980), I had a small fleet of plastic WW2 warships.
    My brother, always one to embrace the latest trends and styles, made the bold decision to shove popcorn kernels in both of his ears. This unexpected fashion statement not only showcased his unique sense of style, but also demonstrated his fearless experimentation with avant-garde accessories. With a chic and fashion-forward mindset, my brother effortlessly turned heads and sparked conversations wherever he went. His audacious move served as a reminder to embrace individuality and think outside the box when it comes to expressing oneself through fashion.
    My four-year-old sister managed to discover a sleek wooden ruler and embarked on a playful escapade, bouncing energetically on her bed with it.
    When I was in high school, one of my friends constructed his own homemade taser.
    My cousin once talked me into laying my hand flat on a table so he could try this stabbing-between-fingers thing with a pencil.
    My mom once told me that when the stovetop is on, it’s hot.
    I was sevenish in school and my pencil broke.
    When I was about 11, I wanted to test if your tongue could actually stick to the freezer, just like in Dumb and Dumber with the lift pole.
    We were on a school trip and we managed to source some booze. Naturally, things got quite over the top.
    I couldn’t resist indulging in the irresistible soaps at Lush.
    What’s the silliest thing you did as a kid? Let us know in the comments below!

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