Money can’t buy anything, but many can remember how hard life was without it. People can do insane things for a few measly dollars because our life depends on it. Our environment affects how we are brought up, and poverty is one that many relate to.
The taste of leftover food, the warmth from a used oven, the feel of the fabric of your older sibling’s clothes against your skin, the lies you spout because ‘it’s embarrassing’ – these are just some of many things that define childhood lives many had.
Redditor jicta asked, “What were the unwritten social expectations of your world growing up?”
Can you feel the memories floating back?