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1990s Childhood

Post by Darkjedi on 2010-12-09, 14:38

http://topcultured.com/a-1990s-childhood/

Remember that stuff?

Doug? Catdog? Rugrats? Hahah!! I feel so old!

And yes, my sister had an easy bake oven. LOL

You know, kids now adays don't really have trampolines. I mean sure, you'll see one every once in a while, but it's not like it used to be.


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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by A-BIack_Man on 2010-12-09, 18:24

it's the definition of nostalgia.

back then i didnt appreciate music though.

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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Shemuel on 2010-12-09, 18:37

Meh, I missed many of those references. Back then, most kids' TV wasn't American.

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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Philly Homer on 2010-12-09, 21:01

Best TV show: Rocko's Modern Life.
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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Darkwing on 2010-12-09, 21:49

Sorry, I was a Franklin fan. And Magic School Bus of course

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Post by Shemuel on 2010-12-09, 22:03

Magic School Bus existed?? We only heard it as lore via Arthur the Aardvark.

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Post by Darkwing on 2010-12-09, 22:04

Heh, Arthur, must say, I didn't like Arthur that much. But Magic School Bus was the shit. I mean, who didn't want Ms Frizzle as their teacher? Anybody?

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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Darkjedi on 2010-12-10, 03:25

Philly Homer wrote:Best TV show: Rocko's Modern Life.
Hey I remember that! The song too!



Darkwing wrote:Sorry, I was a Franklin fan. And Magic School Bus of course

"Hey it's franklin, comin over to your house...." Yeah, there was a kid back in school named Franklin. We tortured him with that all the way through elementary school with that song. Strange guy, was obsessed with Jeff Corwin (remember that guy?), bugs, and martial arts.

Magic school bus... I was a big fan also. Ms. Frizzle was the best teacher ever!

Shemuel wrote:Magic School Bus existed?? We only heard it as lore via Arthur the Aardvark.

LOL Arthur, they have new episodes of that now. The voice for Arthur is different, but everything else is the same. (I have a little sister, remember?)

Hey did anyone ever watch the show Even Stevens? (It was the first thing Shia LaBeouf was in.)

That was my all time favorite show of my childhood. Well, it's up there with Rugrats.. LOL

Note: Oh, and Recess! Who watched that show? Saturday morning cartoons on ABC? Come on, you had to watch something other than Pokemon! I suppose this leaves Alka out.... lol Wait, or did Pokemon only come on during the week? I can't remember. I was in the anti-Pokemon club, but I still watched it from time to time because the lovely neighbor girl and her brother had a crazy dad that thought TV was the devil, so they came over in the mornings to "hang out".
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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Galaxy-Scarface on 2010-12-10, 20:51

Darkwing wrote:Heh, Arthur, must say, I didn't like Arthur that much. But Magic School Bus was the shit. I mean, who didn't want Ms Frizzle as their teacher? Anybody?

not kidding, my sciences teacher right now looks exactly like her. like her in non-animated form. it's weird.
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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Darkjedi on 2010-12-11, 01:29

Is she a lesbian?
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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Darkwing on 2010-12-11, 01:30

Who knows, all I know is when you're 5 years old, you don't care about that sort of stuff!

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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Darkjedi on 2010-12-11, 01:32

I didn't even know what a lesbian was, until one day I was sitting on the couch with my uncle, and we were watching South Park..... LOL
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Post by Shemuel on 2010-12-11, 20:55

Even Stevens! Yeah! I was just about old enough to properly understand by the time I started watching that.

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Re: 1990s Childhood

Post by Jtull on 2010-12-13, 02:29

A friend of mine has a Science teacher called Ms Frizzle. I loved magic school bus, Veggie Tales, and others.
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