being childish/child-like

this is immensely pleasing

shout at inanimate objects

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When I’m staying in a hotel or another bed without Thumper the rabbit I have to cuddle a pillow to get any kind of decent quality sleep :rabbit2:

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everyone’s into ab/dl stuff these days, but actual children couldn’t afford such a lifestyle

the authentic childlike behaviour is to feel lost and frightened, and that’s free

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Constantly putting objects of any shape in front of my crotch and going “look!” like a five year old boy.

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i call burgers ‘burgies’ and hot dogs ‘deputy dawgs’.

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Delicious vanilla milko

This is what my friend’s dad used to call pornography

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it’s totally situational, isn’t it

personally, I’m much more afraid now, as a result of stuff I went through as a kid and the compound trauma that’s followed through my adulthood

I was really trusting and believed the best in people for a long time, even after so much traumatic stuff

think this is a combination of my own particular circumstances, though. children are the least privileged, most vulnerable humans

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If I’m already wet from rain then you can bet yer bottom dollar that I’m jumping in puddles

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I don’t engage seriously with anything, it’s a defence mechanism.

Big fan of splashing in puddles

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Such a simple joy! People tend to smile and laugh when you do it too.
Also a big fan of watching small kids do it. Few things in life fill my heart with as much happiness as seeing a toddler cackle when they get a really decent splash

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I couldn’t agree more with this

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love it. love going to the park with my nephews and nieces and splashing about. :slight_smile:

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Inspired by the wine thread; I dislike wine. People get very upset with me about this at like weddings and Christmas and stuff and be like JUST GROW UP AND HAVE SOME WINE

Co-op habe some plastic free ones too

Put sugar on breakfast cereal.