THOUSANDS of Scots have taken part in the latest Twitter game - reminiscing about growing up in Scotland.
The hashtag #GrowingUpScotland has been trending on Twitter for the past couple of days as people recall memories of a Scottish childhood.
Without further ado, here are 18 of our favourites...
“Calling the light in the living room the big light.”
“Gettin’ the “this hoose is like the Blackpool illuminations” rant from yer maw when you leave more than one light on.”
“Having that auntie who wisny really yer auntie, she was just yer mum’s pal but ye still called her auntie.”
“Having to ponder the (il)logic of phrases such as ‘dinna come runnin ti me if yi fa aff that shed & brak yir leg.’”
“Jamming a plastic bottle doon the back tyre of your bike and making a cracking motorbike sound.”
“Where my dad is harder than your dad.”
“Taking aw yer SPL football stickers into school to swap yer doublers.”
“When the ice cream van comes and you ask your mum for money. She responds with ‘there’s choc ices in the freezer.’”
“Having 500 Miles play at the end of every school disco.”
“When Freddos used to be 10p.”
“Playing head down, thumbs up was the highlight of your day at primary.”
“‘Am tellin’ oan you!’ wis a genuine threat.”
“When you and yer pal would pretend to sharpen yer pencils just so yous could talk.”
“Being forced to play the recorder at school.”
“When someone asks to join your football game but you canny let them coz its ‘no yer baw.’”
“Having ginger hair and bein’ constantly reminded that yer heed was on fire.”
“Robert Burns day and being forced to like haggis, neeps and tatties. Even though you had no idea what neeps were at age 6.”
“Standing outside random weddings just cause you knew there was gonna be a scramble.”