There was a thread on here not to long ago
That made me feel so many feels
>You guys posted pics of your childhood
>It made me cry
>it also made me go look into parents photo album
>looked at photo's i havnt seen in like 10 years
>Cried so hard
Post some more guys im in the mood to feel some feels
I have a picture of myself
I was meant to become a normie but I happened to be raised by a single mother and now I m here
>tfw your parents call you out of the basement to throw you a surprise anime party
>tfw this makes you think about the transient nature of life.
>how everything will eventually grow old, everything will pass
>everything you own, everything you love, will be ripped apart by time and forgotten as if it never happened
Shit's too sad to even contemplate.
It was 21 for me, it's going to be even worse now when I'm 22.
force that smile... "this is the last time I do this," you tell yourself
did you ever think the parents were like
>wait birthday boy before you leave to see your friends, have some cake with your mom and dad granny wants to give you $5
on holidays he sets a place for every family member and friend he has lost
It really is.
It feels much more like entering adult life than turning 18. Officially exiting the teens feels so absolute and at the same time really surreal, because you realize you have not changed at all.
It is the burial of your youth in some way.
Damn she is really cute.
But it is probably just the day after her official birthday party where she just hangs around her relatives out of obligation. Not nearly the same level as the other pics.
Honestly, I feel nothing on the pictures of 20ies with birthday cakes. Are they failed normies or something? In my family we just buy a cake on someone's birthday and eat it together, needing a party is just points out the fact that you badly want to know how special you are.
Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of me other than the photos of me in elementary school. My parents stopped taking photos of me after my first sibling was born. I could have been a normie if I didn't have siblings probably.
>Had to stay home alot from school to help watch siblings.
>this resulted in me missing a lot of school.
>school decided to hold me back in 10th grade until I could improve my attendance.
>got held back for 2 years
> the year when I was supposed to graduate I was still in 10th grade
>got the GED instead
>still a loser