Society wants us to change a lot of things about ourselves as we grow up. Growing into decent human beings means that we need to learn manners, patience, and caution; the kind of traits that children would rather be without. Luckily, we never have to wave goodbye to our entire childhood and, while some people are glad to let go of the nonsense behavior of a child, others are more than reluctant to act their age.
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Here is a handful of habits people across the web declare they’ll never grow out of – so that you can confidently glide down the supermarket in a shopping cart yet again.
The ice cream truck
Can you hear the ice cream truck playing tunes in your neighborhood at the mere thought of it? A van driving around the streets to the joy and frenzy of children is common in many countries, and it’s not just the US and the UK who enjoys this luxury.
Tell little children in Australia, France, and Norway that the truck is outside and they’ll jump straight onto their bicycles as well, chasing the tune until they reach the goods.
Luckily, we never have to grow out of the habit, and people all over the web are swearing their loyalty to it till this day; five, twenty-five or fifty, it doesn’t matter – we love ice cream and especially when we have to work for it.
The bean bag
This teenage-room classic has found a home in the living room of many grown-ups lately. More cost-effective than a luxurious lounge chair and often just as comfy, the trend is real – and if you’re interested in one that’s even tailored for us who would like to accommodate for our inner child as much as possible, you can have a look at this from bag for adults that are young at heart.
It’s the one thing we got right when we were kids, and we’ll sink into one of these until we’re too old to get up on our own.
Running up the stairs
Surprisingly, this is a habit many adults out there declare that they’ll keep doing for as long as possible. Doing it three steps at a time, on all fours, and feeling like ninjas – the adult stair-runners are well into their twenties, and they’ll keep going.
It’s undeniably a faster way to get to the top of the staircase – but if you’d do it for the fun of it, you can find comfort in the fact that those that are particularly young at heart even run up the escalators. So the next time you see someone speed past you in the shopping mall, you know they’re not actually in a hurry – they’re just having fun.
The list goes on, really, and Internet users all around the world are admitting to arguments in the grocery shops with their young children over who should ride the shopping cart, and who should enjoy the swing at the playground.
Perhaps their children will grow into more conventional grown-ups – or perhaps they’ll continue to have just as much fun as their parents.