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who here is a 90's baby?

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  1. Justinian20

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    I'm a 90's baby, but I don't really remember my childhood that much, I pretty much forgot everything I did in my childhood.
     
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    Me! :grin:

    My best memory might be when my parents bought me my first gameboy. It came with a Pokémon game and I was sooooo excited.
     
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    I was born in '93, and I have a lot of great memories; but I'm disappointed in myself for not fully getting into a lot of things that were huge at the time, like Fresh Prince of Bel-air.

    This was an 80s thing, but one of my fondest memories was watching The Brave Little Toaster on repeat when I was in preschool or kindergarten. If that doesn't count, then it would be playing Candyland and Lil' Howie's House on a shitty Gateway computer my family and I shared. Ah, all the fun times I managed to blue screen the poor thing.

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    I'll still never believe that you're younger than me, and it trips me up knowing that tidbit of information.

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    Speaking of roller blading, do you guys have skate rinks in Australia? Before it was converted into a supermarket, we had a huge indoor skate rink called Skate Away and it was pretty boss.

    Oh, and I'd be a terrible 90s kid if I didn't mention Discovery Zone. That was the true OG for me back in the day, way better than Chuck E Cheese. I think Jurassic Park 2 had just come out and one of my classmates Cory had a JP2 themed party there with indoor laser tag. Man, memories.
     
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    I REMEMBER ALL OF THAT! haha and tamagochis, sadly mine died because i didnt know what to do with it =/
    does anyone remember spice girl lollipops ? i know they had some kick ass candies back in the day too (geez i sound old just typing that)
     
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    I had a tamagotchi but I never fed it and it died.
     
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    I didn't do much in the 90's. I learned to speak and walk though so that's pretty cool I guess.
     
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    I am but I don't know where to start.. there's so many. Ring pops were my favorite and I loved those skip it toys. My favorite shows were ren & stimpy and beavis &butt head. MTV used to actually be good and about music. That's all I got at the moment lol.
     
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    I am. I was born in 1996.
     
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    1999 doesn't count, but I guess I am.
     
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    So, I feel incredibly old, I was born in 1986, so I consider myself a 90's baby because i grew up in the 90's and don't remember anything about the 80's. The 90's were so many things for me, TGIF (the tv line-up on Friday nights), All That, Hanson, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, roller blading, so many things!!!!


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    Loved Discovery Zone!!!!
     
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    I mean I technically am one... but I was born in december 1999 XD
     
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    Yeah we have skate rinks here, I haven't been to one in so many years but they were pretty fun from what I remember.

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    Haha, yeah I think you had to take pretty good care of them!
     
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    I was born in 95, and mainly remember the music on the radio at the time and watching Cartoon Network. I think staying up for the new millennium (with chickenpox) is one of my first vivid memories.
     
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    Been there. Our old computer used to be a Gateway that ran Windows ME. So many BSODs. :grin: You couldn't go more than an hour or two on that thing without getting the blue screen. Absolutely infuriating when you were working on something and it was a while since the last time you saved. Can't believe how long it took that freaking thing to die, though. We'd had it since I was a kid and I was still using it up until it died in 2011. [​IMG]

    Oh, hey, I remember that place. We couldn't afford to go often (I remember going maybe two or three times as a kid) but it was fun when we did. I thought it was just a local thing, though.
     
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    I was born in 1991. I remember the Pokemon craze, the Game Boy Color, watching Arthur and Doug, and playing on my dad's Windows 95 PC. I think the childhood era that I identify with most strongly is the early 2000s (when I was around 9-11) more than the 90s, however.
     
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    Naw, the 10s were slightly better
     
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    I was born in 1990, the very beginning of 90's.
    My best memories are Nintendo consoles and using Commodore 64, even though it was from the 80's :grin:
    oh and tamagotchi! yeah :grin:
     
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    Born in 89 so 90s baby/kid to the max! Favorite moments often involved people but related to 90s... the Oregon Trail, watching The Lion King and Mulan in theater, tomagotchis, Legends of the Hidden Temple, original Power Rangers, all the old shows, rollerblading. The 90s are nostalgic for the memorabilia and stuff.

    And yessss at Discovery Zone.
     
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    same. all of it. lmao :lol:
     
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    born in '93. Most of what I remember from thinking it was the 90s, turns out to be early 00s. I vividly remember watching Gen I of Pokemon and watching Donkey Kong on TV.