Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by farmerdude, Feb 21, 2015.
Howard related because when he talks about his childhood I turn the radio off.
It made me better, than it made me worse...we had our ups, we had downs...and the world goes round and round
soon as I get out of my childhood I'll let ya know
I had shitty parents. Kids are older now and the grandparents are calling.
It effected my life because I wanted to be successful to say fu to them.
I'm not sure I get the question. Is the question "How did your childhood play a part in your adult life"? That's my best guess.
if not for my childhood i would not be here today. i probably would be a dried up old pile of goo in some landfile in NJ. Thanks to my childhood, i'm not dried up yet.
Childhood was rough...brief glimmer of fun in my 20's....downhill since.
Nostalgic for it. I think about situations in my life on a daily basis and wonder if the decisions I made when I was younger were correct. I'll never know. I'm thinking about fostering cats to get #mypurpose.
When I was a kid I would always build dams in the local creek or crick depending on your whereabouts, I had a Pond building business and built 3 ponds in my yard, always have been fascinated by water.
Yes how did your childhood play a part in your adult life
If only you had died at 29.
I thank God daily that i wasn't born later. We didn't have helicopter parents. Your parents sent you out in the world to sink or swim.
I had shitload of tuna fish sandwiches in my brown bag school lunches. I'm not fond of tuna fish.
Right, kids now have to have car chairs until there 9 or 10. When I was 5 my mom took a hard turn in the car, and I flew of an unsecured car door into a pile of leaves. I never wore a seat belt until I learned to drive.
ya no helmet when bike riding, skiing, rollerskating or toboganning, etc. in the 70s!
looking back, my friends and I did some pretty crazy shit (my parents didn't watch us very closely)
lucky to still be here I think sometimes (or unlucky I feel, at others)
When I was 10 a neighbor called my mom because she saw me in a tree from her second story window. When my mom demanded I come down, I jumped. It nearly gave her a heart attack, but I instinctively knew how to land and was fine.
Good point. Only retards wore helmets back then.