When I rode my bike downhill and slammed into an ice cream cart. I went home completely covered in chocolate, strawberry and caramel ice cream.
Ms P Wong
En-route to a fancy-dress party my dad stopped to assist at an accident, dressed as the sugar-plum fairy: pink tutu, hairy chest and all!
Ms L de Beer
Building a tree house and then having dad inspect it. The whole house came tumbling down with dad inside. Thank god, he wasn't hurt.
Ms V Kumar
Watching my little sister 'grab a leg ride' thinking it was dad walking down the street. It was a complete stranger she'd latched on to.
Ms S Heinrich
The blackout at my 8th birthday. The dog ate half of the cake and candles, dad smacked the dog, and it peed all over dad. I bawled, my brother laughed.
Ms H Curtis
My funniest childhood memory is when I lost a my two front teeth and planted them in a pot, thinking false teeth come from teeth-bearing plants.
Ms M Duro
Share your funniest memory below.
|Karen on 27 February 2013 ,12:04 |
My funniest memory was one guy fawkes night when you could have fireworks at home and it was always a big deal in my family. We would build the bonfire for months leading up to it and such excitement was amazing. On this particular night we had put all out crackers, rockets, spinning wheels and other magical fireworks into our special "fire works night" bowl and the fire was burning merrily. My dad lit a penny cracker, threw it and it landed in the bowl. Everything went off, rockets were flying everywhere and spinners and crackers going out of control. It was pandemonium with all us kids screaming and mum running away. After a while all we had left was a melted lump of special bowl. We didn't get to let off a single firework that night.
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