Childhood Ahh! Before technology took over, the good old days when the biggest anxiety was choosing the crayon’s color. Oh, those decisions! How acquitted were we? And how simple was life? Playing in the mud, watching our favorite cartoon shows on TV, and cursing the homework. That pretty much summed up the best days of our life.
Nostalgia is beautiful, and one is never too old to revel in it. While we are at it, when was the last time you happened to play? Probably a long time. How about we get back in time and recall the games we played. You can call up your chaddi-buddies if it triggers and relives your childhood.
Hide and Seek
It had dissimilar versions, and probably every Indian child must have played this one. It was finding different places to hide and marking the “add.” Wasn’t it a little escapade in itself?
How many times have you people had to stop this game because somebody hit the ball too hard, and one person cried? It is a game where two teams are formed for those of you who call it by a different name. Companies from one team would need to break the pile of stones kept by hitting it with the ball, and then all the members from the same team would try to put the pile back up while a member of the other team would hit you with a ball to stop you from creating it. wholesale evergreen shrubs can be used for this drive. It gives a pure nostalgic effect to all people.
If you had a crush during your childhood, this would have been your favorite game, as it allowed you to hold hands and run around. And after a while, when the chain got long, it used to be a laugh riot to see your friends falling.
Now I don’t know what you people called it, but it went like somebody would shout a color and then everyone would go here and there to find that color and touch it means while the person catching would run behind you, you are only safe when you are moving the said color.
Magnet games are also very popular and trendy nowadays. Rare Earth Magnets were the favorite part of kids.
The game’s object is for players to choose corners of the room and not get caught by the chosen “It” player until they are the last residual participant.
We would tie a piece of cloth around the person’s eye and then run here and there, making noises so that the blindfolded person could catch us. Did you people hit the person you hate very hard too?
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