Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Jakebusman, Jul 17, 2018.
Which decade did you grow up in ? Im a 90s kid
Born in 1995, did all of my coming of age in the 2000s and 2010s.
I was born in 92 so I did half my growing up in the 90's and the other half in the mid 2000's. I remember things like All that and the Amanda Show and even moon shoes, but I also remember stuff like Teen Titans and Green Day's American Idiot album.
Born in 72. Remember a lot of 70s culture but I was a teen in the 80s and was around for the whole grunge thing in the 90s while in my 20s. Though my memory is a little fuzzy about that era
Born in 89, I’m a 90s kid. I remember life before the internet. My first console was a NES. 90s cartoons were the best.
I remember the m&m’s commercial that played in 1999. “See you next millennium”
I watched the towers fall.
Ok. Here’s where I start an argument with you. 70s and 80s cartoons were better
Hahah I’ll take your word for it since I don’t think I’ve seen cartoons from that time period.
I wouldn’t have mind watching He man and the masters of the universe when I was a kid.
To be honest, looney tunes was my favorite, but I always enjoyed Tennessee tuxedo which was about a penguin and a walrus who would escape from the zoo and visit a professor who would send them back in time. I think the creators may have been stoned a lot
Looney tunes was awesome! That sassy ass bugs bunny always sticking his carrots in Elmer Fudds face.
Those cartoons have so many “adult themes”.
Also bugs used to dress as a woman and try to marry Sam
Bugs was dripping with sex in those scenes. Some of the more memorable scenes for sure.
Born in '98. Watched a lot of 90's cartoons growing up. Was raised on PlayStation 1 &2 as my first gaming consoles.
I suppose I’m one of the few who had long as their first console
Pong not long
92 I loved the 90s.
Born in '93. I miss a lot of the things from the 90's and 00's. Times were simpler then.
I am a 97 baby. So I am on the cusp of the 00's. I am basically a millennial though. I never grew up in a period where there weren't computers, etc. So I'm a nineties kid, and I do identify as that and as a millennial because I straddle both, but in all honesty I missed most of the nineties stuff since I was three years old in 2000.
I missed a lot of the nineties because I was often drunk
'96. Wouldn't really consider myself a 90s kid, but I caught the tail-end of some of the trends and got exposed to some of them through my brother
I was born in 1991. I'm a solid Millennial. That said, there is little that I remember of the 90s. Most of my childhood memories date from 1998 and later. I sometimes like to say I'm a late 90s/early 2000s kid. Those years really were the defining pop cultural segment of my childhood. My 9th birthday party was Pokemon-themed and I received a Razor scooter for a gift. Need I say more?