Monday, 11 March 2013

Games we played in childhood, lives we live in adulthood

I am nostalgic this morning, that is why I am sharing this photo with you.
I used to play Daddy. I will come back from work, refuse to eat the food, and "my wife" had to beg me. She will use the opportunity to talk about how "the chop money" is small or there was no food in the market" etc. Finally, I will lift some of the "food", (actually sand) close to my lips, pretend to eat and give the rest to "my children".

Did you play these games as a kid? What roles did you often play? Do you think these roles in anyway now reflect your adulthood?

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