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    Saved by the Bell was AWESOME. The best high school TV sitcom I can remember.
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    (Original post by 3105)
    Pat Sharp was truly the master.

    It was always my dream to go on that show.
    Gotta love Pat Sharp! :p:

    And yes...I was desperate to go on there :o:

    My brother would always say to me 'URRRRRRRRR WHY WOULD YOU WANNA GO IN THE GUNGGEEEEE?!??!'

    :puppyeyes:

    Fun House :love:
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    It hasn't aged at all. :suith:
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    doug dexter angry beavers SMTV
    christmas
    just life over all lol

    oh and primary school (even though i probably hated it at the time)
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    Super Mario and Street Fighter 2 on the SNES. LOVED THAT WHEN I WAS YOUNG.
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    (Original post by .X.alysha.X.)
    my youth...Tots TV, Playdays and Barney lol
    Don't forget Rosie and Jim, Wizardora and The Magic Roundabout :love::cry:

    I miss my childhood, 'twas so easy lol
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    (Original post by Big Kabz)
    Super Mario and Street Fighter 2 on the SNES. LOVED THAT WHEN I WAS YOUNG.
    Streets of Rage for the Mega Drive :p: or the Master System with its legendary built in game :love:
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    (Original post by annarchy)
    Tamagotchis.. Discmans (with a SCREEN!!!), Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers..

    I'm not in the least bit ashamed to say I "air-guitared" to that Power Rangers song every time I heard it, this time not being an exception Its like instinct!


    As for other 90s nostalgia, significant parts of my childhood included:

    SM:TV Live (when it was actually worth getting up early to watch it)
    The Snorks! (oh yes, underwater smurfs)
    Astros, Nerds and Dweebs
    Funky lunchboxes!
    Recording the top 20 on cassette tapes, religiously trying to miss the DJ's voice at the end
    Making up Spice Girls routines
    Light up trainers
    When Starburst were called Opal Fruits
    Tamagotchi (died in assembly in Year 6 R.I.P)
    Yoyos
    Nintendo 64 baby
    Jelly Shoes
    Pogs

    Major etc
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    Spice Girls dance routines, fighting over who was who!
    Starting Clarinet lessons
    School Nativity / production YAY!
    Believing I could be whatever I wanted to be
    101 Dalmations

    Those weird alien things they've got to be mentioned they were an absolute legend!!
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    4 words: PINKY AND THE BRAIN

    7 pages and how could no-one mention this!!!

    That and SNES. Street Fighter 2, Robocop, Killer Instinct, Mario -- games of today can't even touch'em.
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    Oh and I forgot: Tintin & Asterix and Obelix. Good times. Goooood times.
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    Citrus polos...
    Or were they even 90s?! It's all too long ago, now.
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    (Original post by mamooshka)
    Astros, Nerds and Dweebs
    Damn right.
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    He's got my brothers and my sisters in His hands,
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    Saved By The Bell
    California Dreams
    Nirvana
    Green Day not sucking
    My old grey brick Game Boy (and Tetris and Super Mario Land)
    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    Super Mario 64
    4-player Mario Kart 64
    Tarantino still making awesome movies
    Ireland qualifying for the World Cup
    Not worrying about money, jobs, college, exams etc (though I *did* do my Junior Cert in 1999)
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    Personally dont miss the Monday Morning Hymm Practice, and more to the point, the fact of headteacher threatened to make us come in at breaktime to do more hymm practice as we didnt put our heart into it (yep, even then Monday mornings were a challenge).
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    Nintendo games, pining for a playstation, when the gameboy was the pinnacle of gaming, cool tv, yo yos, playground games, the relaxation and relative innocence

    Those jelly aliens called millennium babies where youd stretch them and they smelt nice heeheeee mine was gold
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    Being younger, with not as many responsibilities...
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    All the good shows on Nickelodeon; Hey Arnold, Saved by the Bell, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Keenan and Kel, Clarissa Explains it All etc.
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    Awww man i love the 90's everything & i mean everything about it just the best decade ever
    The shows
    The music
    The childhood memories & more
 
 
 
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