Childhood Isn't What It Used To Be - Dry Bar Comedy

2020-ж., 18-июл.
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Childhood isn't what it used to be, whether it is blowing up glass jars with dry ice, or playing with toys that would kill you, the comedians of Dry Bar Comedy are here to remind you of how good childhood used to be.
Comedians included in this Dry Bar Comedy Compilation are
Jeff Allen
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Greg Morton
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Kevin Jordan
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Eric O'Shea
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  • I remember slinky, silly putty, Easy Bake Oven, so many more I had skates that needed a key. Ah. The good ole days

    Stephanie MiksellStephanie MiksellАй мурун
  • This guy's hilarious

    meg grottemeg grotte2 ай мурун
  • If I had kids I'd say you're getting Lego Lincoln logs, Play-Doh and board games. Oh and we can't forget the puzzles.

    meg grottemeg grotte2 ай мурун
  • when I was growing up we had a blue "k car" when you slammed your hand on the dash board, the clock read hELL I saw a fly give birth to a maggot on the blue vinyl back seat. and my dad could replace every mechanical part in the car while reading how to do it in a book from the library. The automatic transmission that my dad rebuilt had 6 spare pieces that were never put back in. It still worked!

    Stuart HollingseadStuart Hollingsead2 ай мурун
  • First guy sounds exactly like Lewis Black.

    Leanna WagnerLeanna Wagner2 ай мурун
  • when he says we only bad 7 channels but always something good on! fun and simple times!

    yup it's ME!yup it's ME!2 ай мурун
  • Lolllll👍🤭😁🤣

    Ang bAng b2 ай мурун
  • They're ALL hilarious!!!! 😂 I'm 30 and I can totally relate to them~ hahahaha We only had seatbelts on at the DINNER TABLE!!! 😂 We were a riot. Our Mama would secure us on those seats while she's cleaning.

    flayfulflayful3 ай мурун
  • The first guy got his start from America's Got Talent FYI

    Elliot VistmanElliot Vistman3 ай мурун
  • Back when being a kid was fun and dangerous. Todays' kids have no idea. I can relate to everything these comedians said.

    InnannasRainbowInnannasRainbow3 ай мурун
  • Every now and then the first guy sounds like George Carlin

    DC MookDC Mook3 ай мурун
  • I remember when I got a slinky for my birthday, had no idea how to use it. When I figured out how to use it there wasn't any stairs in the house and our house didn't have but one step on it! The thing only went down and stopped! A worthless toy in my book!!!

    J D SimpsonJ D Simpson3 ай мурун
  • This comment section is filled with some seriously ignorant people.

    Lumpy DumpLumpy Dump3 ай мурун
  • I remember tether ball lol man what a good game. You were the man of the school if you were undefeated. It was like the proving grounds in 1st-5th grade

    RODley PumpkinsRODley Pumpkins3 ай мурун
  • Remember when tire swings were a thing on the playground? And the half tires buried into the ground and you could crawl under them?

    kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • “Plop plop, fizz fizz. Oh what a relief it is!” I’M FREAKING BORDERLINE MILLENNIAL/GEN Z. I RECOGNIZE THE COMMERCIAL! Stupid world nowadays. I feel so bad for kids now. My kids will be growing up right. Yeah, you heard me. I’ll make sure my kids are outside...but I’ll still keep a closer eye on them because I don’t trust people. Lol

    kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • The first guy sounded like Lewis Black. Lol. Less angry and less yelling though.

    Magnet Soldier CephasMagnet Soldier Cephas3 ай мурун
  • He's complaining about blacktop I'm 15 and my elementary playground was covers with sharp rocks that cut so many kids

    Cooper RedlichCooper Redlich3 ай мурун
  • Melted lead to cast toy soldiers.

    Steve WatersSteve Waters3 ай мурун
  • They don't say what his name is?? He's funny!

    Paula BradleyPaula Bradley3 ай мурун
    • @Dry Bar Comedy ok thank you so much

      Paula BradleyPaula Bradley3 ай мурун
    • All the comedians names are listed in the description

      Dry Bar ComedyDry Bar Comedy3 ай мурун
  • No Joe. Trump 2020

    Paula BradleyPaula Bradley3 ай мурун
  • my easy bake oven was awesome and im 15 i had most of these toys. play doh was crack for kids lmao

    Kylie ElizabethKylie Elizabeth3 ай мурун
  • im 15 and me and my brothers used to throw knives at trees. I suck at it though lol

    Kylie ElizabethKylie Elizabeth3 ай мурун
    • You are one of few. I’m proud. -23yo

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • Beautiful!

    Scott KazmerScott Kazmer3 ай мурун
  • ASBESTOS pajamas!! 😂 😂 😂

    shaveece brooksshaveece brooks3 ай мурун
  • The third guy sounds exactly like Jordan Peterson if he was doing stand up

    LostsummernightLostsummernight3 ай мурун
  • Last guy sounds like Wanda Sykes.

    Kandela BrownKandela Brown3 ай мурун
  • Why are they all so similar

    M JaneM Jane3 ай мурун
  • I feel like ppl forget that Millennials also experienced our childhoods outside. Anyone before 95 will have spent qt least til 8th grade outside. Definitely not the same for Zoomers

    tashie's chimchimtashie's chimchim3 ай мурун
    • @kyla jI LOVED going to roller rinks, too. So fun! Great memories. The other thing we did was go to the summer movie program where you got to watch old children's movies once a week for one low price. That was fun, except I was jealous of other kids when they got to buy a lot of junk food, but I only got the teeny tiny popcorn, small drink and a small candy - IF I was lucky. Most of the time, it was the movie only.

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • I’m ‘97 and I wasn’t forced to be outside as much, but I think that’s partially due to living in the desert and closer to the city. I was told to go ride my bike and to find other kids to play with! Funnily enough, I could relate to most of what was said....I remember going to water parks for summer break day care type thing and just buying so much sh*t from the snackbar. I’d load up on all kinds of overpriced candy (especially Pixie Stix). At roller rinks it was 100% Slushie lol. Man...those were good days....despite not having friends 😂

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
    • @Angela Warner i had to be in when the street lights came on😂😂

      tashie's chimchimtashie's chimchim3 ай мурун
    • @Mario Bros That's too bad. I was fortunate to grow up in city suburbs, so we could play all day and night until twilight.

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • So true! I remember sometimes wanting to hang out indoors as a kid during summer because I wanted to watch TV all day but being forced to go outside. And, we'd often be outside all day everyday except for meals!

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
  • Eric O'Shea is one of the funniest comedian I've ever seen in Dry Bar, always made me laugh hard when he's doing the toddler impersonation. .. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    *ᒪᗩᗪY ᐯOᒪᗪEᗰOᖇT**ᒪᗩᗪY ᐯOᒪᗪEᗰOᖇT*3 ай мурун
  • Love this guy. He's hilarious.

    icyblueeyes11icyblueeyes113 ай мурун
  • Kind of just sounds like old people grasping at straws that missed the grand scheme picture that it’s okay to let society change at times. They used to put asbestos in the walls when these people were growing up and people weren’t dying then so clearly it’s okay to still use it? Yeah. Still pretty funny though.

    BumblingDolphinBumblingDolphin3 ай мурун
  • I liked it when Play-Doh dried and crystallized. Like rainbow coloured stalagmites. I had tons , different shapes and sizes, turn the light off, and run a flashlight back and forth in my room. Didn't smell too good up close, but sure we're pretty.✌

    Drtbag39Drtbag393 ай мурун
  • 10:37 This dude really sad half Italian half psycho lady, Soooo. basically whole psycho?

    _CaponeTheManKid __CaponeTheManKid _3 ай мурун
  • This was really funny, but I have to say thatI had just about all of those candies growing up too. It's called the $1 store, man. However, I am glad cootie-stick went out of style.

    Cheesy chioCheesy chio3 ай мурун
  • You can't get a jart, you can get an assault weapon. Brilliant observation.

    Cynthia JohnsonCynthia Johnson3 ай мурун
    • I was sitting next to my friend when his brother threw a jart that hit him in the chest. Had I not pulled him back, it would have hit him in the head. Great toy!

      James DakisJames Dakis3 ай мурун
  • Now when kids get frustrated from staying in the house too long they say they've got ADHD.

    N HN H3 ай мурун
    • THEY’RE TRYING TO POISON EVERYONE WITH MEDICATION!!! Most people get prescribed medication around middle school. Ya know, when hormones start going crazy? Like what the heck man. Let your kids get over it! They have for millennia! Now I’m freaking 23 and trying to get off medication for an issue that was given to me by other medications. Guess what? No doctor will help me! Now I have to figure out how to wean off safely! So stupid! JUST LET KIDS BE KIDS AND LET GROWTH RUN ITS COURSE! MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, THEY’LL BE OKAY LIKE THE PAST HOW MANY GENERATIONS! Most issues are caused from lack of sun anyway! Stop giving medication for natural mood swings, and get your freaking kids outside. GET EVERYONE OUTSIDE!!!

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
    • i know it's nuts

      bruce tenhavebruce tenhave3 ай мурун
  • The candy-necklaces and red candy lips is something that we still have here. My kids likes to buy them. It's a little nostalgic for me. 😄

    Carina BerglundCarina Berglund3 ай мурун
  • 15:44 My mom regularly took me with her. He's hilarious! LOL.

    melvina628melvina6283 ай мурун
  • Lawn Darts were awesome. Everyone my age has a scar on their shin from that game and all women have a big scar from trying to shave with their moms flicker and hitting bone.

    Nida LloydNida Lloyd3 ай мурун
  • I almost hit the thumb down button at the first comedian, but it got better from the second act, so I'm glad I stayed lol

    JJZ ReidJJZ Reid3 ай мурун
  • At this time 21 downvotes ... WTH .. must be people with their funny bone removed

    DaruneAlbaneDaruneAlbane3 ай мурун
  • Jarts are the bomb!!! It's the Stupids, that ruined it for everyone else!

    Chey TChey T3 ай мурун
    • Aww we was just funning. 🚑

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
  • The first comedian is trying way too hard. Don't see him going very far. He's too emotive.

    Sonus KwakSonus Kwak3 ай мурун
    • He was on AGT last year. For impersonations actually, and he’s brilliant. He’s done really well for himself, you should look him up!

      Rachel KnappRachel Knapp3 ай мурун
  • My gosh I sent this to so many people this is absolutely hilarious

    marsha woodsmarsha woods3 ай мурун
  • I remember a fun game we used to play on the seesaw (teeter-totter?). Three or four of us would stand on one end of the seesaw, with one standing on the seat area. Then everyone except the one on the seat would run up the seesaw to the other side (yep, we had to be quite coordinated as a group and keep our balance as we ran up the thing) so that the weight of the group would transfer to the other side and the one who stayed on the seat would be fired up into the air. The more runners (or the bigger the kids) the higher you went. The trick was to go as high as possible, but come down clean and land on your feet. The holy grail was to come down balanced back on the seesaw where you started. Ninja stuff. I remember once I lost my balance, falling backwards a little as the seesaw started to launch me upwards. Apparently I was shot off at about a 30 degree angle and did a double backflip before coming down about ten feet away on both of my knees. Come to think of it, it must have been a one and three quarters backflip. I managed to hobble home, bleeding quite a bit from my bashed up knees. Mom wasn't happy, but I was fine after a lot of Mercurochrome and several Band-Aids. Back at the seesaw the next day, but it took me a week or so to pluck up the courage to be the flier again. Good times. 🚀🚑

    Interested BystanderInterested Bystander3 ай мурун
    • I forgot about Mercurochrome and don't forget the teeter totter watch. They still make that?

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
  • It's all funny because it's true!

    charles walkescharles walkes3 ай мурун
  • I remember making a mud cake and my brother wanted a piece ,,, and he ate it ,, wow, now that was funny ,,, even though I didn't want to give him any ,,, he fought me for some ,, what could I do except let him have a piece , of mud cake ,, ,, and so many other memories ,,, so funny ,, to think back ,, those where the days ,,

    Lorraine RicardoLorraine Ricardo3 ай мурун
  • I'm 70 yrs old now ,, and oh boy , do I remember my youth ,,, the best of times ,, and I'm Canadian ,'girl', , I was considered as a tomboy ,, and loved every minute of my youth , so much to learn and explore , and so little time ,, kids today wouldn't know on how to survive ordinary days ,, and people , the 50's and 60's ,, just the best , for me ,, now I'm a woman and remembering my past days , and wonder where did it all go ,,, time goes by so fast ,, but so much fun ,,, learning , we played outside all day , but came in for lunch , of course , we were seven in our family ,, no way we would stay indoors ,, that would drive mom nuts ,, so out we went , with her 'encouragements' of course ,,she/ we wouldn't have it any other way ,, great days ,, summer or winter ,,, always something to do ,, so much fun to have , kids today don't know on how to have fun ,,, we made our own toys ,,and games , great inventors to,, or explore nature ,, that was a blast ,, always freaked out mom ,, with what I would bring home ,,, oh dear ,,, sorry mom ,,, the great old days ,, and yet I don't feel that old ,,, still a kid at heart ,,, enjoy life while you can , because one day you won't be able to play ,,

    Lorraine RicardoLorraine Ricardo3 ай мурун
  • We used to take the lead off the lawn mower spark plug put our fingers on it and someone would pull the cord. We had a dead arm all day long and still convinced other kids to do it.

    buryitdeepburyitdeep3 ай мурун
  • Incredibly funny, and we're still alive! 🤣 Now kids have "safe spaces"

    Dizziemiss LizzieDizziemiss Lizzie3 ай мурун
  • There were a lot of vacant lots in the late 70's, in Downtown Los Aneges. We would play Baseball, tag, soccer or just look for bugs in the tall grass. I miss those days.

    MrsGreen AppleMrsGreen Apple3 ай мурун
  • It's a miracle that kids toys didn't kill parents back then too! Today, they have Lego's. Back then, it was Jack's. You step on a Lego, you can usually walk it off. You step on a Jack, you get admitted to the hospital!

    TazarZeroTazarZero3 ай мурун
  • I remember the story of a little girl being struck in the top of her head with a metal lawn dart. She ran into the living room where her father was napping, and collapsed and died.

    Robert GaughanRobert Gaughan3 ай мурун
  • Thank goodness for this, our kids still get out in South Africa.

    Corvid 68Corvid 683 ай мурун
  • If kermit the frog wore glasses and was racially ambiguous...

    Tony DayTony Day3 ай мурун
    • 😂 😂 ..or Jay-Z and that clown-Monster IT had a baby

      shaveece brooksshaveece brooks3 ай мурун
  • Awesome and true LMAO😂😂😂😂😂🎊

    JessicaJessica3 ай мурун
  • I miss my life threatening childhood.:(. I had throwing knives from Knott's Berry Farm at 8 years old. Thanks Dad!

    sptt 144sptt 1443 ай мурун
  • kevinj i was born in 2002 and had literally all those things. i think i was lucky enough to be in on the tailend of all that stuff

    Garrison ToushaGarrison Tousha3 ай мурун
    • @Dita Me but yeah i got my first gun when i was 6 a little break barrel single shot .22

      Garrison ToushaGarrison Tousha3 ай мурун
    • @Dita Me not clackers but i know what they are

      Garrison ToushaGarrison Tousha3 ай мурун
    • You had a gun, darts and clackers, in 2000? 😅😅😅

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
  • No there are too many democraps allowing everything. 338

    paul joeypaul joey3 ай мурун
  • Too bad I can't leave more than one thumbs up it was insanely funny

    Elya AltmanElya Altman3 ай мурун
  • Thank you! REPENT. The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand.

    Love RulesLove Rules3 ай мурун
  • Oh please, "assault weapon" is a term made up by politicians. Our founders had guns that fell under their new made up term & they'd be disgusted by what we have allowed to happen to the 1A & 2A.

    Vash MatrixVash Matrix3 ай мурун
    • But you still can't get lawn darts. Assault darts.

      InnannasRainbowInnannasRainbow3 ай мурун
  • Thanks for the chuckles, Dry Bar! Always a pleasure

    Scottie DScottie D3 ай мурун
  • They are 💯 right. I slept in the back window of are car on family trips.

    No worries MateNo worries Mate3 ай мурун
    • I was at my mom's feet on the passenger side. 😯

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
  • Comic Sans? Really?

    Spencer XiongSpencer Xiong3 ай мурун
  • Making things safe is the best way to create dangerous outcomes.

    Cosmic CollisionsCosmic Collisions3 ай мурун
  • I had Long Darts...Good ol days

    Ricardo SerratoRicardo Serrato3 ай мурун
  • I saw it on TV "Are you over 80 experiencing heartaches get (medicine name) mayyy result in death"

    Kelly FREMLINKelly FREMLIN3 ай мурун
  • I just read all the comments so far, and I guess we're all about the same age cuz this really connected for me. All the comedians were great!

    88Shinto88Shinto3 ай мурун
    • About the same age with some outliers lol. I’m 23 and I still relate to a good portion of this.

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • My swing set would rock Most of the time I got hurt my mother always said" oh come on your fine" My father" if it hurts that bad I might havta do surgery" I'm standing there with my leg bending the wrong way my dad hands me a candy necklace says I'm fiine the best show ever LONEYTOONS

    Kelly FREMLINKelly FREMLIN3 ай мурун
    • Looney Tunes for the win!

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • Gravel playgrounds

    Phil GoddardPhil Goddard3 ай мурун
  • Rck I gotta introduce that to my generation

    The Drip KidThe Drip Kid3 ай мурун
    • 🚔

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
  • I have a set of those OG lawn darts from the early 80’s lol...they rock 😬

    harmony331000harmony3310003 ай мурун
  • Six foot metal slide as hot as molten lava!!! Plus a 2 foot drop at the bottom. Merry go rounds going as fast as you could push it and hanging from the handles by your feet. I miss those days!

    Jennie JohnsonJennie Johnson3 ай мурун
  • I remember my mom's face walking in from work... every mattress is used to create a gym in the hallway.... 4 boys alone... glad we never started a fire.

    Stoeger StewieStoeger Stewie3 ай мурун
    • My mother tells me a story of before she was born when her sister and her there brothers along with their friends from the neighborhood practically destroyed the house. Kids jumped through the window, fell on the sink and on the toilet, that kind of mayhem.

      Mario BrosMario Bros3 ай мурун
    • You missed out; we started a few, "allegedly."

      Cosmic CollisionsCosmic Collisions3 ай мурун
    • Stoeger Stewie Four boys in our household too. I remember forts and guerrilla warfare. We’d brake windows, make holes in the walls AND start fires. I learned how to repair the holes and re-glue any thing broken. The windows and fires were a bit tricky to explain or pass off on the neighbors once our mother got home.

      Anthony CocaAnthony Coca3 ай мурун
  • Cold garden hose water was the best.

    Michael OlejniczakMichael Olejniczak3 ай мурун
    • I still drink it.

      James DakisJames Dakis3 ай мурун
    • Especially in the desert!

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • Anybody else remember knicker-knockers? Two solid glass balls the size of your fist connected by a string. You hold the center of the string and try to bounce the balls off of each other. And you keep it up till they are going fast enough to bounce together both at the top AND the bottom of their trajectory. Then you would see how long you could keep it up till they missed each other. It took about as much skill as keeping two paddle balls going at once, but anything longer than half a dozen or so consecutive hits top and bottom got you bragging rights. But it had to be top AND bottom, bottom only doesn't count, it's too easy. They were around about as long as Jarts. Apparently some idiot kept using theirs for awhile AFTER they cracked, and finely sprayed himself with glass shards. Even though the instructions said to stop using them if they become cracked or chipped. I was a knicker-knockers champion. And I only ever saw one pair chip a bit when they dropped about 10 feet off the porch onto the driveway. My sister had left hers laying on the porch railing and they rolled off. CLACK 💥 CLACK 💥 CLACK 💥 CLACK 💥 CLACK 💥 CLACK

    Julie BakerJulie Baker3 ай мурун
    • "Clackers"

      Debbie HornDebbie Horn2 ай мурун
    • I totally remember those! I never had any myself but remember others using them. I totally loved the sound they made. I didn't know they were called "knicker knockers," though. I remember knicker BOCKERS, which my stepmother made for me when I was 12. They were like capri pants that had a buttoned cuff just below the knee. I've never known any other kid who had a pair of those, and I thought your comment might have been about them, at first. But, still, great trivia about the knicker knockers toy. 🙂

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • Julie Baker I love it

      Tru3 FrostTru3 Frost3 ай мурун
    • Yeah. I believe we all got hit in the head at one time or another. My uncle and cousin got a set to use in fights.

      Bobbie RobinsonBobbie Robinson3 ай мурун
    • Julie Baker YES!!! We called them CLACKERS❣️Remember the bruises they left on your wrists?!?! LOL!!!

      Diane TuckerDiane Tucker3 ай мурун
  • You know... I agree with them. Safety? I mean sure we were told not to do this or that. But we did it anyway. And we got hurt from time to time. Often twice. First time was during some kind of bad landing and second when we got home, parents saw us asked us what happend and we told them we got hurt the second time. Or even three times when we tried to lie ourselves out of the situation. Aplications to watch where we are? No. Street lights come on and we were home ready for bath a dinner. Who wasn't was in for some not so fun time. But it was great!

    45100451003 ай мурун
  • all kids packed into the back of a buick station wagon. seat belts? those were in aircraft. safety seals on grocery products? why? remember when tv dinners were better than what your parents cooked? how about buying a sniper rifle from a mail order catalog (i have one of those, and a shotgun)? marijuana grew in the bar-ditch, and no one cared if you did a little weed pulling. the government has just gotten its nose way too deep up everyone's butt. i also remember when we all went to play football, ran out the door, and came back all tore up and muddy. now football is a living room with kids around the tv wiggling their fingers. nope.

    em1o smurfem1o smurf3 ай мурун
    • I’m a millennial, so I kinda got the tail end of all the good stuff. I don’t do social media, but I heard about the tik tok (doesn’t even deserve capitalization...so stupid) trend where kids would go into stores, take the lid off of unsealed ice cream cartons, lick them, and put it back. I’m not against getting germs from others (builds your immune system), but that’s just nasty and I don’t want to get sick like that.

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
    • The safety seal on grocery product was because some moron put rat poison or something in soda bottles. So I can see why that is a good thing to have. It also prevents dishonest store owners from pouring out some and replacing it with water and put the rest in another bottle to sell more. There're always stupid people destroying it for everyone else. :(

      Martin JonssonMartin Jonsson3 ай мурун
  • I tried to trick my 6 year old nephew. I gave him a generic tablet and told him it's an iPad. He knew it's not an iPad. LOL

    Bryan ChanceBryan Chance3 ай мурун
    • Hahahahaha AWESOME!

      Dario HallDario Hall3 ай мурун
    • That won't work past 3 😅😅😅

      Dita MeDita Me3 ай мурун
    • should have bought an ipad sticker for the back to really sell it ;-)

      william householderwilliam householder3 ай мурун
  • OMG this is so true!!! Took me back to my childhood especially the metal slide and dirt HEY CHANCE 🤣😂🤣😂

    Tady MTady M3 ай мурун
  • Stairs!!! 😊❤️😊

    Rachelle Roberthon FavaloroRachelle Roberthon Favaloro3 ай мурун
    • Julie Baker Renember that one. :)

      Rachelle Roberthon FavaloroRachelle Roberthon Favaloro3 ай мурун
    • What walks downstairs, alone or in pairs, and makes a slinkity sound? A spring, a spring, a marvelous thing. Everyone knows it's Slinky! It's Slinky, it's Slinky, for fun it's a wonderful toy! It's Slinky, it's Slinky, it's fun for a girl and a boy!

      Julie BakerJulie Baker3 ай мурун
  • Nice and true! And funny af!

    Robert MartinezRobert Martinez3 ай мурун
  • it's funny cos it's true,

    alexander mathiesonalexander mathieson3 ай мурун
  • Excellent

    Brian BoysBrian Boys3 ай мурун
  • Back when kids were kids. We rode in the back of dad’s pickup truck and survived

    Moe ManMoe Man3 ай мурун
    • @Kylie Elizabeth That sounds so fun! Glad to know you're getting a taste of what it was like for kids who grew up before the 1990's and frivolous law suits were the trend that changed everything.

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • There were Daredevils in my neighborhood who even liked to ride on the HOOD of cars while their teenage brother drove slowly trying to avoid hitting anyone or letting his siblings and friends fall off! That was extremely risky, but no one got hurt. If so, I'm sure they would have never done it again. Like the older guy said, kids do stupid things and learn NOT to do stupid things after they get hurt.

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • That was the best! I feel sorry for kids these days. They don't have a clue about what it's like to do that. Or to sleep, laying down, in a station wagon on a long trip while your parents are driving all night. Or to be able to walk around in the back of a pick up truck while it's moving because you're riding in one of those campers that sat on top of a pick up truck's bed during a.road trip. So sad!

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • And if we rode up front he smoked the entire time like a man

      Nikki JordanNikki Jordan3 ай мурун
    • i rode on the bucket of my grandpas tractor having the time of my life lmao. Im 15 though so my childhood is kind of not over i guess.

      Kylie ElizabethKylie Elizabeth3 ай мурун
  • Etch a sketch! Ya!!

    Rachelle Roberthon FavaloroRachelle Roberthon Favaloro3 ай мурун
  • Oh my goodness, I really needed to laugh after all of this madness going on everywhere!!! They were all magnificently funny!!! 😁😄😊

    Leena StarkLeena Stark3 ай мурун
    • @Leena Stark I will. Thank you. And thank goodness for people like you.

      Ronald BoykerRonald Boyker2 ай мурун
    • @Ronald Boyker You will be much happier + stress free. All of this hatred + violence going on is destruction by design: They want to divide us + cause a civil war. Dont give in to the hatred. Be happy + smile, cause when you do --- you compel others to do the same 😊

      Leena StarkLeena Stark2 ай мурун
    • @Leena Stark I think I'll follow your example. Keep being happy and stay safe. We'll get through this nightmare.

      Ronald BoykerRonald Boyker2 ай мурун
    • @Ronald Boyker I'm telling you --- I have stopped watching all news --- deleted all my social media accounts, because everything is just TOXICITY fueled by HATRED ; and all Ive been watching is Comedy + Cartoons! And people wonder why Im always cheerfully happy all the time! 😊😁🙋

      Leena StarkLeena Stark2 ай мурун
    • I agree with you 100%. This is greatly needed these days.

      Ronald BoykerRonald Boyker2 ай мурун
  • 😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂🤣😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂😅🤣😅😂🤣😅😂😅😅😅

    Toni OlsonToni Olson3 ай мурун
  • Ahhhhh great memories🙃

    patty ppatty p3 ай мурун
  • So true. My kids play outdoors, get dirty EVERY DAY.

    John WalkerJohn Walker3 ай мурун
    • Either way, great job, but if they’re teenagers, then holy cow. 120% win right there.

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
    • What??? Really?! How old are they? If they’re like teens, GREAT JOB.

      kyla jkyla j3 ай мурун
  • Jeff Allen --- that bit about playing on the "swings" is fantastic! It is flat out true! I remember as a child doing some "crazy" things on the swing set with some family members and friends. At our local park many kids we rushed to the hospital. At times it got downright brutal. Jumping out of the swing chair at the optimum height and jumping out. The landing could be "brutal !!"

    Steve DouglasSteve Douglas3 ай мурун
    • @Stoeger Stewie I saw a kid swing up so high that the chain went completely slack and he fell straight down from there onto his neck. I thought he was dead right there, but he got up all on his own.

      Lance KazLance Kaz3 ай мурун
    • My local public playground in New York City was all steel and blacktop. The playground was surrounded by a very tall chain link fence, only one entrance, and benches for the parents at that entrance. The little kid's section was closest to the benches. The big kid's section beyond that. I know things looked bigger when you were kids, but that swing set was taller than any other I had ever seen. That ridiculously tall swing set was in the far corner of the playground, kinda close to the tall fence. The challenge of bravery was to swing up, let go at just the right moment, and land on the chain link fence like Spider-man. Some kids never got the "Spider-man" part and bounced off. Then the challenge was who could swing up onto the fence the highest. I think the engineers who designed it knew what they were doing. No one ever made it over the top of the fence.

      Lance KazLance Kaz3 ай мурун
    • Slide down a metal slide ten feet high and see how far out we could land. Tether ball wow! Had to be quick and hard hitter.

      Carla AustinCarla Austin3 ай мурун
    • Fall flat on back.... no air to breathe...sand everywhere....

      Stoeger StewieStoeger Stewie3 ай мурун
  • Could use a lot more of this kind of humor.

    Get RichGet Rich3 ай мурун
  • We got marble's, jumpropes, kickballs, pick up stick's and hula hoops. LoL

    Toni OlsonToni Olson3 ай мурун
    • We traded and collected marbles like baseball cards. And the jumbo we won most matches with were like gold, a prized possession. No one touched it... They might jinx it.

      Drtbag39Drtbag393 ай мурун
  • Hahahahaha, we had such a fabulous childhood! The slides we Sooooo high. And almost all of us survived!

    Jacqueline McIntoshJacqueline McIntosh3 ай мурун
    • Does anyone else remember super slider snow skis ? The little crazy carpets that strapped to the boots.

      Crystal MillerCrystal Miller2 ай мурун
    • My momma would take wax paper and rub it down the metal slides so us kids could go faster!!😁Good times!!

      Michelle BarnhillMichelle Barnhill3 ай мурун
    • @Donna Allen It sure is! All it takes is looking up the number of paroled sexual offenders in a neighborhood to remind a parent and grandparent to keep their kids at arm's length. I never let my daughter go out to play alone with friends. I either played with them or stayed close by keeping an eye on them. My daughter's friends LOVED when I played with them and often said they wished their parents did! One person at a park accused me of being "overprotective" of my then 4 year old by staying close by. At least MY child wasn't victimized by any child predators (thank goodness!). Good parents are "overprotective," which is also known as being involved parents. If that's the worst I'm ever accused of, then good. I'll accept the accusation with pleasure!

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
    • When I was growing up my friends and I would walk to town and our parents did set rules but they didn't worry like I do now when my grandkids even get out of my sight longer than a few minutes. It's a shame this world has became so evil. I sure had a great childhood.

      Donna AllenDonna Allen3 ай мурун
    • @Jacqueline McIntosh So true! The metal Merry go round was my FAVORITE! If I got to go to a playground with one of those, it was nearly the next best thing to going to Disneyland. Lol 🙂

      Angela WarnerAngela Warner3 ай мурун
  • Brings back the best memories!

    John CarcamoJohn Carcamo3 ай мурун
    • @Debbie Horn hard solid balls on a string?

      John CarcamoJohn Carcamo3 ай мурун
    • Does anyone remember "clackers" ? If you don't , then you got hit too many times !

      Debbie HornDebbie Horn3 ай мурун
  • 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 These guys are funny!

    Damaris AgostoDamaris Agosto3 ай мурун
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