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Things Malayalis Were Terribly Scared Of While Growing Up

As young adults and children, our view of life was different. The things we loved and hated back in the day are no longer the same. We evolved. But the memories of it lasted long. We’re going to list down a couple of things that scared us as children. Let’s take a walk down memory lane.

Getting attracted by an isle filled with chocolates and biscuits at the supermarket but immediately losing sight of our parents.

Acchante vazhak. Ammede chooral vadi. Still scared of it.

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Going back home from school without the tupperware or steel paathram would be the end of all of us.

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Taking a badly-scored answer sheet to our parents for them to sign.

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Parent-Teacher Meeting!

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The scene where Sai Kumar’s character squirted blood from his neck in Chathikkatha Chanthu.

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How can we forget Krishna Kumar’s Dracula and Vinayakan’s scar-body avatar in the same movie!?!

Things Malayalis Were Terribly Scared Of Growing Up

All the freaking ghosts and spirits in Kadamattathu Kathanar serial.

Things Malayalis Were Terribly Scared Of Growing Up

Also Read: Childhood Things We’re Still Guilty of Doing 

Kokkachii. Kokkachii. Kokkachii.

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Not tying the map/graph paper with the answer sheets and/or missing a question only to realise it after the exam.

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Realizing that there was a second side to the question paper after the exam.

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Being clumsy and breaking a glass accidently.

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Getting caught watching R-rated stuff online.

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Parents finding out that you have a girlfriend/boyfriend.

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We bet there are many things that we were afraid of as kids. Comment them now!

Also Read: What We All Wanted to do When We Grew Up

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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