superman, batman, or spiderman, but I grew up and became poorman.....
policeman. I thought if I were a policeman I would lock up all the bullies in jail
I wanted to rule the world!<br />
I'm still working on it!
I like that
WoW... Same here!!! Working to fullfil a dream, childhood as its seem, nevertheless, a good dream...
A cashier ... Seriously with the numbers and buttons,money... Looks fun
I seriously wanted to be a ballerina. That was before I realized I was chunky and a klutz. Soo, that dream died, lol.
Not all dreams die... We somehow are convince to give up
A veterinarian. Now I want to be an artist because it's more fun and I suck at biology and science lol.
the green power ranger
Awwww. I wanted to be the yellow!
I wanted to be an adult, I thought being an adult meant you had all the freedom to just play all day long and never have to do anything anyone told you to do. That you didn't have to follow rules and be nice to everyone. <br />
I was a bit unprepared once I found out just what being an adult meant.
Bills, More Bills to pay for the Bills that came with the bills to pay for the other bills... WoW... "Matrix" We are here to pay everyone else Bill$... lol
And you are an excellent one.
To be in the Marines!
Sad kid you were
I just wanted out of the environment I was in. No incentive to be anything. I would take a lot of things apart to see how they worked but it didn't count for anything at the time. Old School Typesetter ??? I liked reading and writing backwards (mirror writing) and would submit all my essays and school work in mirror writing to frustrate the Teachers. I could read it just fine ...Problem "?" ... Born REBEL !!!!!!!!!
I didn't want to grow up...still don't. (Crap...another mortgage pmt?)
My little sister's answer when she was three or four was: <br />
"I wanna be a Barbie or a Princess."
I went through a lot of iterations in this.<br />
In the 50's living in the west, I wanted to be a cowboy.<br />
In the 60's living in the east, I wanted to be a scientist<br />
In the early 70's living in Ontario, I wanted to be Bruce Lee<br />
In the mid 70's, I wanted to be a Tibetan Monk with all the answers to lifes problems.<br />
In the late 70's, I wanted to be a Scientist and unlock those mysteries.<br />
Now after all those years, I am a Scientist with Elements of Zen and Martial arts training...
I'm 65 and I still haven't grown up. Seriously I wanted to be the 3RD ba<x>seman for the St Louis Cardinals.<br />
I love that...
good answer microcock
oh ****...and funny name
its too late and won't matter anyways...
I almost made it; i played 3RD base for 2 years in the Cardinals Minor League System before a shoulder injury ended that dream. But I still haven't grown up either way!
To be a mommy and give my daughter the love and support that I never had growing up, and still don't. But I do have exactly what I always wished for, and she really is the love of my life. :)