Kids are oblivious to many things go around them, and it could take years before they realize what was actually going on.
Below are stories of situations kids found themselves in, and what they realized about them later on. Check them out!
1. Dad of the year.
When I was 17 my dad found out I was a lesbian from an acquaintance. One day he and I were driving in the car and he was like "so, I hear you like boobs". I said "yeah". There was a long silence, and then he actually said "you know, I like boobs, too."
THIS IS NOT A BONDING MOMENT, DAD.
2. Awful teachers.
I do not know if this completely counts but when I went to a school that was about 80% African American. As one of the only white kids at the school and being a very strange kid, I was picked on a ton there. The teachers tried to make me feel better by saying that one day I would own the factory all the other kids worked in. Later on I realized it was blatantly racist.
3. It's not a game, it's real life.
Me and my friend used to play Tomb Raider as little seven year olds.
We found this knocked over bin, filled it with bricks (don't even know where we got them from) and pushed it down a ditch whilst 'Lara' ran away from it, pretending it was a giant boulder.
Thank God nobody died, I think I'd directly be responsible for the first ever "BAN VIDEO GAMES THEY KILL!" Bang wagon.
4. The horror...
My sister and I made 'adult films' with barbie dolls when we were 10 and 12. Our parents were quite embarrassed when they found out since they had lent out the camera to a work colleague and...(Continued)