Anyone remember these? hehe

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    Mar 25, 2008 2:03 PM GMT
    90's kids






    ---You're a 90's kid if..---

    *You remember watching:
    -The original Simpsons
    -Keenan and Kel
    -Doug
    -Ren & Stimpy
    -Pinky and the Brain
    -AAAAAAAH Real Monsters!
    -Rocko's Modern Life.










    -Animaniacs
    -Gargoyles

    *You've ever ended a sentence with the word "PSYCHE!"

    *You just cant resist finishing this . . . "Iiin west Philadelphia born and raised . . .









    "

    *You remember:
    -Step by Step
    -Family Matters
    -Dinosaurs
    -Boy Meets World

    *You remember when it was actually worth getting up early
    on a Saturday to watch cartoons.











    *You remember reading "Goosebumps"

    *You still get the urge to say "NOT" after (almost) every sentence . . .









    not

    *When everything was settled by:
    -rock paper scissors or
    -bubble gum bubble gum in a dish or
    -ms.









    mary mack

    *When kick ball was a daily activity.











    *When we used to obey our parents

    *You used to listen to the radio all day long just to record your FAVORITE song of ALL time on a tape.











    *You remember when Super Nintendo's and Sega Genesis became popular.











    *You remember The Original Game Boy.











    *You always wanted to send in a tape to America's Funniest Home Videos . . .









    but never taped anything funny

    *You remember watching:
    -The Magic School Bus
    -Wishbone
    -Reading Rainbow
    -and Ghostwriter on PBS

    *You remember when Yo-Yo's were cool.











    *You remember those Where's Waldo books.











    *You remember eating Warheads and Splashers Gum.











    *You remember watching:
    -the 1st Batman
    -Aladdin
    -Ninja Turtles
    -Ghost busters

    *You remember Ring Pops.











    *If you remember when every thing was "da BOMB!"

    *You remember boom boxes .vs. cd players.











    *Making those little paper fortune cookie things, and then predicting your life with them.











    *You played and/or collected "Pogs" icon_smile.gif

    *You had at least one Tamagotchi, GigaPet, or Nano and brought it everywhere.











    *One word. . . . . . . .trolls.











    *Windows 95 was the best.











    *You watched the original cartoons of
    -Rugrats
    -Wild Thornberry's
    -Power Rangers
    -Rocket Power.











    *All your school supplies were "Lisa Frank" brand.











    *You collected those Beanie Babies.











    *Carebears

    *Lambchop's song never ended.











    *Silver dollars, which were cool to have.











    *Everyone watched the WB.











    *If you even know what an original walkman is.











    *You know the Macarena by heart.











    *"Talk to the hand" . .









    enough said

    *You went to McDonald's to play in the playplace.











    *You remember playing on merry go rounds at the playground.











    *Before the MySpace frenzy . . .











    *Before the Internet & text messaging . . .











    *Before Sidekicks & iPods . . .











    *Before PlayStation3 or X-BOX 360 . . .











    *Before Spongebob . . .











    *Before Tupac was shot.











    *When light up sneakers were cool.











    *When you rented VHS tapes, not DVDs.











    *When gas was $0.95 a gallon.











    *When we recorded stuff on VCRs.











    *You had slap bracelets!

    *You Actually played outside until it was dark!

    *Before we realized all this would eventually disappear.











    *It was such a different world.










    Reply with the year you were born.
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    Mar 25, 2008 6:47 PM GMT
    LMAOicon_exclaim.gif

    I was born in 1987. So I am on the younger side but I relate to everything.

    One thing that was missing is Dunk-a-roos (sp). If you had Dunk-a-roos in your lunch box then you had control of the class. Dunk-a-roos were kangaroo shaped gram crackers and they came with a small pack of frosting to dip them in. Does anyone remember those?

    Also, Carson Daly... I remember when he made painting your fingernails black 'cool' (no wait it would have been 'sweet' at that point in history). I never did follow that trend, honest.

    I hated having to rewind the stupid VHSicon_exclaim.gif
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    Mar 25, 2008 6:50 PM GMT
    Born in 1980 and remembr ALL that stuff lol.
  • swlaman82

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    Mar 25, 2008 6:51 PM GMT
    1982

    I do remember and miss many of those things. It's amazing how things change!
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    Mar 25, 2008 6:52 PM GMT
    I remember then all.

    All That was my favorite, then Kennan and Kel
    Aaaaaaah Real Monsters was the best.
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    Mar 25, 2008 6:54 PM GMT
    1987

    I've seen lists like this before and they always make me laugh. Although for certain items I have a sense of ownership.
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    Mar 25, 2008 7:02 PM GMT
    1984

    I remember all of these thing and I still have some of the things they talk about.icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 25, 2008 7:03 PM GMT
    1975... and i remember (and loved) it all!
  • NickoftheNort...

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    Mar 25, 2008 7:20 PM GMT
    1983, and the eighties stuff I remember:

    • the 8-bit NES and my inability to understand Dr. Chaos
    • CareBears, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, the Snorkles, Laffalympics, Punky Brewster
    • He-Man, She-Ra, Transformers, Dungeons & Dragons


    Oops, wrong decade!

    In terms of nineties stuff:

    • the original GameBoy w/ Tetris
    • Cartoon Network in its early days
    • Melrose Place
    • the 16-bit SNES
    • when the console wars were between Nintendo and Sega

    ...and more...
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    Mar 25, 2008 8:16 PM GMT
    I loved it I was born in 1988 but that was the happiest time of my life i Elementary School. Anamaniac were the gretest show on TV! lets not forget VR troopers! that crummy show that tried to compete with power rangers. What about Loony Toons! The only real cartoons and they played all weekend long!
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    Mar 26, 2008 12:04 AM GMT
    1960.....but I remember all of that stuff too because my oldest son was born in the mid 80's and my 2 younger sons were in 92 and 95......I got to relive my childhood through them.....and had FUN!

    AAAAAAAH Real Monsters! the best....icon_lol.gif


  • Kohaku

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    Mar 26, 2008 12:12 AM GMT
    1989, so I grew up in the 90's. Hey, let's not forget the ORIGINAL Power Rangers!
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    Mar 26, 2008 3:59 AM GMT
    You must be my son's age. We had those damn pogs everywhere. My son just had to dress up like a Ghostbuster for Halloween.
    I think you forgot "Beavis and Butthead". I looked into the "Beavis and Butthead" phenomenon when the privates in my platoon were calling each other Butt Munch and one joker was walking around with his arms up going on about "Corn holio". Even our Lieutenant was in on it. I thought it was hilarious but being the Platoon Sergeant, I had to remain stoic.
    Who makes up these fads?
    Oh, I was born in 1957.
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    Mar 26, 2008 4:04 AM GMT
    Born in 1957. I remember Ed Sullivan. (Who?) I saw the Beatles on his show in 1964. I was 7. I was almost 7 when JFK was assassinated.

    In 1980 I was 23.
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    Mar 26, 2008 4:04 AM GMT
    WOOHOO! Go 1979 icon_razz.gif
    I should've been born in March '80 but when you share a tummy with two others you tend to want your own space. LOL.
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    Mar 26, 2008 4:08 AM GMT
    Oh yeah, I can barely forget. I still got Ren & Stimpy, Pinky & The Brain, and The [Original] Simpsons on my mind. Ahh, the good old days, when being bad was good!

    1981
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    Mar 26, 2008 4:47 AM GMT
    Lol, I'm an '84 baby. Glad you guys enjoyed that. Yea, I should have added more, but it was already previously named. I loved all the stuff you other guys posted too though icon_smile.gif That really was the good old days!
  • ShawnTX

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    Mar 26, 2008 5:05 AM GMT
    1978

    I remember when the Commodore 64 was the greatest thing I had ever seen.
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    Mar 26, 2008 5:20 AM GMT
    Birth day 2/10/1987 so I grew up on those shows. I'm a 90s childicon_biggrin.gif
  • xKorix

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    Mar 26, 2008 5:25 AM GMT
    1988 and omg I love almost everything on that list.

    How about:

    Are you afraid of the Dark?

    Pokemon Cards

    Dracula The Series

    Super Mario All Stars

    Street Fighter II

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    Mar 26, 2008 5:42 AM GMT
    jprichva saidBorn in 1957. I remember Ed Sullivan. (Who?) I saw the Beatles on his show in 1964. I was 7. I was almost 7 when JFK was assassinated.

    In 1980 I was 23.


    I'm with you JP, from 57 too. I do recall many of those things from experiencing them with my kids. I was sick of many of them long before the 80s were over!

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    Mar 26, 2008 5:56 AM GMT
    Well there you go. I remember all of what you said, if one knows of them. But know just about all you pointed out. Also walking to school, about 2 miles, on my own. Now kids are not even able to walk around the cnr. on their own.

    I also remember vinyl records, and when a tape recorder, was the new thing.

    Being in Oz. I grew up on Black and white TV, as color did not come until late 70s. the Young and the Restless coming to TV. No. I never watch it....

    I remember when KFC coming to Oz, and the McDonald's in the 1970s, before this, was only a fish and chip shop, for fast food.
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    Mar 26, 2008 6:30 AM GMT
    I remember when we got our first color TV. And a few years later when we got our first remote control TV. The remote had four buttons: on/off, mute, channel up, and channel down. The buttons made a loud clunking sound when you pressed them.

    I remember the first DOS computer I ever saw -- a Radio Shack TRS80 in high school. It didn't have a hard drive. It didn't have a floppy drive. You hooked up a tape recorder to it and recorded your programs onto a cassette (and then played them back into the computer).

    Yer all a buncha whippersnappers!
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    Mar 26, 2008 8:38 AM GMT
    Aaah man, this blog makes me feel old... It's funny how suddenly things change but generation after generation reminis about things of the past. My parents use to tell us how they only spent time indoors when it was raining (reading). Our generation spent time in front of the tv and outside but it seems the kids of today only spend time indoors. It's a sad sad development. And not at all surprising that so many kids are put on generic cocaine (ritelyn)... They have all this pent up energy from eating sweets all day and sitting in front of the tv playing games or getting mind fucked by shows even adults should'nt watch.Oh my shit what is hapening to us... I for one am a very concerned Indigo 1983.
    I love your list man, I remember everything like it was only a decade or two ago lol...icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 26, 2008 11:14 AM GMT
    I remember when I could buy my whole lunch for 20 cents.

    When Number 96 come to TV, and the first tits, and gay couple, were on Australian TV, in the 1970'sicon_eek.gif