If you had the chance to pause your exciting mid-pandemic life, to go back and relive your childhood . . . would you do it?
In a new survey, 55% of people said they’d love to relive their childhood . . . specifically between the ages of seven and 10, when everything was “magical.”
There’s also a list of the things adults miss MOST about childhood, and the top answers included:
Not worrying about money . . . summer breaks from school . . . Christmas . . . always having energy . . . not paying any bills . . . not having to work . . . not having aches and pains . . . being really excited about birthdays . . .
The excitement of going to the beach . . . sleeping soundly . . . the thrill of getting a new toy . . . and the excitement of hearing the ice-cream truck.
It’s unclear how many of those 55% would be willing to relive the WHOLE 18-year roller coaster, including all the terrible parts like algebra homework . . . going to the orthodontist . . . being forced to sell candy or magazines . . . and puberty. (???)