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there was a slightly slow kid who I went to school with,



sometimes rode his pony to school and tied it at the bike rack....



 



he used to make ricochet sounds....



it was pretty funny,



 



like a Peeeowwwwww.


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I remember playing "cowboys and indians" in the living room when I was 4/5ish. The sound of gunfire I made then was real, I was dry firing my uncles .22. I was allowed to play with it. Still have that gun.

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I remember playing "cowboys and indians" in the living room when I was 4/5ish. The sound of gunfire I made then was real, I was dry firing my uncles .22. I was allowed to play with it. Still have that gun.

 

that sounds like a truly horrible idea.

 

 

 

 

 

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by "playing cowboys and indians" I assumed other people were playing,



in which you have a 4-5 year old shooting a real gun at other people,



 



I think that's a horrible idea.



just me.



 



my opinions often run contra to the majority.


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there was a slightly slow kid who I went to school with,

sometimes rode his pony to school and tied it at the bike rack....

 

he used to make ricochet sounds....

it was pretty funny,

 

like a Peeeowwwwww.

 

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As a kid I remember playing cowboys and indians with the girl next door. I would be the indian she would be the cowgirl. I would lay on the floor and she would blow the $hit out of me. :D

 

Shoulda rolled over.

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