Childhood Trends I Followed











Shag bands: jumping on the shag band wagon?
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1.      Rubber bands which had the inappropriate underlying meaning. When I was in Year 7 everyone had to have them or you were left out. They did end up being banned at school because of the underlying meanings.
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2.      Scoobie strings were my thing. I love them although I could never start them. They utterly frustrated me but I loved to customise everything with them. My brownie uniform to my school bag.

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3.      Black tattoo chokers were always in party bags at the parties I went to as a child. I never wore them as they were to me quite restrictive (It is lovely to breathe). Now they are now back on trend. Claire’s are selling them at nearly a fiver. I swear they used to be like 50p from Tesco or any party shop.
Adult Slap Wraps
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4.      Snap bands I feel were like a deadly weapon for a little girl. Snap and they were on like a bracelet. When were in primary school we received a road safety one and that didn’t end too well. The boys used it to their advantage.
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5.      Clarks shoes – swear everyone had them. I was quite old when they brought out daisy shoes. The ones with the little toys. Yeah I was a very lonely girl. What was better than spending my playtime playing with my shoe toy. I had the dress and suitcase one. Way before the new generations.



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  1. SCOOBIES!!! Yes I used to LOVE those!!!

    xxx | daisydaisyxxo

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  2. Aw, this made me chuckle! I remember being totally jealous of my sister because I couldn't make the Scoobies!! Haha,
    -Chloe
    http://chloelancaster.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Scoobies were the stress of my life but I loved them. :) xx

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