During my childhood days, I used to have pretend plays with my cousins. We like to play the game called “teacher, teacher” (we just invented the title) were I act as the teacher and my cousins were the students. When we get tired of that game, me shift our game to “market, market” a game where every one of us pretend to be like market vendors. Some of my cousins pretend to do buyer jobs, while I love to act like a real seller. We used candy wrappers as our money, as play money were not yet popular during those times. The funny thing with our pretend plays is we ended up quarreling because some of our naughty cousins are stealing our money… shall I say the candy wrappers. When one starts to cry, that is the sign that our game is finally over.