I can’t help it – there are just too many amazing things that have died since the 90s. Just too many experiences that need to be preserved for posterity so that kids today can know that back in the day, the struggle was REAL.
And also the food was so much better.
#25. Titanic 4Evr.
#24. I had such a love/hate relationship with these effers.
— Rufes Stephen (@RufesStephen) December 26, 2016
#23. If you say you didn’t love this movie, you’re lying.
#22. Our cartoons did not mess around.
#21. And it might be an hour before it’s your turn.
#20. My first two cars didn’t have power windows. #showingmyage
#19. Seriously, what WAS that smell? Celluloid tape? Idk, but it was amazing.
#18. The real good ‘ol days.
#17. The real TGIF. *salutes*
#16. Aw, Oregon Trail. I think I miss you the most.
#15. Our parents knew true pain.
#14. These looked good on exactly nobody.
#12. It was a distraction, and that’s all we need to know.
#11. You know you want to finish it.
#10. We had to get creative to get someone’s attention in class.
#9. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
#8. Had to be. Absolutely.
#7. Knowing how to read actual maps still comes in handy once in a while. For now.
#6. There are people who don’t?
#5. Going to the playground was like The Hunger Games. Basically.
#4. Nobody wanted the outfits, though.
#3. A metal one that injured you or a plastic one that broke. CHOICES.
#2. They will also never know the joy of finding an undeveloped camera two months later and getting to see what you forgot.
#1. 90s boy hair. What on earth were we swooning about?
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