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10 Things That Were Basically Life Or Death For Us As Kids

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The things you worry about today are nowhere close to what you worried about when you were a kid. Nowadays your mind is preoccupied with paying your bills on time, filing your taxes, taking care of the rest of your family, etc.

Here are 10 things that were super-duper important to you when you were growing up. Some of these you may have considered to be "life-or-death"!

10. Not messing up the Scholastic Book Fair sheet.

9. How you looked on picture day.

8. Knowing all the words to the popular song at the time.

7. Not choking on your own spit when talking to your crush.

6. Logging on MSN right after school. I seriously mean it... right after.

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