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Si no X, no tuviste infancia (If you didn’t X, you didn’t have a childhood in Spanish) is a catchphrase used in images to refer to some actions that children normally do, and mockingly to some some more typically ‘adult’ actions.
The first known image (below) was uploaded on Aug 20, 2011 to the Spanish-language meme website desmotivaciones.es by user K.White. The image is a classic demotivational poster , showing 3 tubes of kids’ toothpaste, followed by the caption (translated) “He who didn’t eat his toothpaste didn’t have a childhood”.
Several images were later uploaded with a similar topic in that site. In early 2012, lots of captioned images showing this topic began to spread via Facebook, where users began to make Facebook pages about specific childhood moments, using this phrase, where users submitted their own captioned images. The post popular group, “If you don’t have a scar on your knee, you didn’t have a childhood”, has over 220,000 likes.