90's kids unite!

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  1. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    Though I was born in the mid 80's, most of my concious childhood took place in the 90's. That's right, the decade that brought us acid washed jeans, pogs, SNICK, In Living Color, flat top fades, Lisa Loeb, The Macarena, Dawson's Creek, Friends, The Ninja Turtles movies (the toons were late 80's) Nirvana, SEGA GENESIS, Party Of Five Marvel cartoons on saturday morning and...the mullet! Please, list anything else that just screams 90's.
     
  2. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    80's are better than the 90's!!!!! :mad:
     
  3. Erzengel |-o-| (-o-) |-o-|

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    Stick your Macarena and your Titanic up your keister.
     
  4. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    80's forever!
     
  5. Bad Superman World's Grimmest Hero

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    True. :up:
     
  6. Rob H Kittens

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    Loved the 80's but the 90's brought us the Rollerboys. Brilliance?
     
  7. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    True, but not everyone here grew up in the 80's...
     
  8. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    I know, but I watched the Breakfast Club last night. That movie alone makes up for all the mistakes made in the 80's.
     
  9. NHawk19 insert witty comment

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    80's all the way

    I'd take voltron over your power rangers any day :mad:
     
  10. Colossal Spoons Paper boi

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    Can I have '85-'95?
     
  11. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    No you cannot. Pick one. :p
     
  12. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    Raiders and Empire.

    Even Raiders alone > Any 90's movie.
     
  14. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    if I had my way I would have been born in the 70's so I could have enjoyed th 80's. Please don't hate me for being concieved during the 80's, lol...
     
  15. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    Those cheesey Batman movies,
    Clueless,
    Snap on bracelets,
    Boy meets World,
    Step By Step...
    PAULEY SHORE!
     
  16. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    HAHA. Now, I was born in 80, but my fondest memories are from that time period. All my favorite Saturday morning and afternoon cartoons came on then. The 80's gave us Transformers, He-Man, and a multitude of other. It was a time when you had no worries except what you were gonna play with that day. Finally, it's the time period I remember my family all being together and connected. You simply see things different as a child. That's why that time period is so amazing to me, but I'm sure everyone is like that.
     
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    You should have been born in the Early 80's like in 80-84

    I was born in 79

    So I remember both decades pretty well.

    The 90's really stunk compared to the 80's.

    The 90's had a few Gems though

    Losing My Religion Video, Nirvana

    The Matrix

    The Devils winning the Stanley Cup

    Batman the Animated Series

    But other than that it was a very meh decade.
     
  18. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    Now, technically, we own the original Burton Batman. :D
     
  19. Erzengel |-o-| (-o-) |-o-|

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    Oh yeah Yankees having the latest Dynasty. :up:

    Another good thing about the 90's.
     
  20. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    Haha, yeah, those are all my reasons for likeing the 90's. I was born in 84, so I was 6 by the time the decade had ended. 89 is probably my favorite year for me...
     
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    Actually the Yankees ruining baseball is actually another indictment on that decade.

    Look at the teams that won Yankees & Cowboys yechhh:down
     
  22. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    It was also during the blasted 90's when parents got nutty and made toys safer. Ugh.

    Remember the Megatron gun? Geesh, ain't no way that thing would last today.
     
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    90's were good for NY teams.

    Giants, Rangers, and Yankees.
     
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    Best Hip Hop (90-98) and NBA Basketball, the WWF (early 90's, Bret era introduction of the Attitude era, the legitamte WCW vs. WWF war), MTV was likeable etc
     
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    Eh, i don't remember much of the trends or popular culture things.
    I always kind of stayed away from popular culture as a child.
    I think growing up in an isolated small town as a child was partly why.
    Small farming town...everything's always kind of been the same here.
     

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