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    (Original post by Vintage <3)
    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
    Yeahh seconded.
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    (Original post by jhm91)
    Citrus polos...
    Or were they even 90s?! It's all too long ago, now.
    I MISS THE E-NUMBERS.

    ps. I am stalking you.
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    OMG Autumn days!!!!
    Moomins
    Robot wars
    Playdays
    Children's television not being on 24/7 cos we only had 4 channels!
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    Reading this thread has reminded me how bad the 90s were :shifty:
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    Ooh does anyone remember a school's programme with a character called 'Lazy Daisy' who wouldn't ask for help at school which at the end had a song that went 'when we work and when we play, people help us everyday'? All my ill days are defined but that!
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    Early years: Postman Pat, Thomas the Tank, Fireman Sam, Joshua Jones, Playdays & of course Scooby Doo. They were all great.
    Later on: Sabrina, Kenan & Kel, Fun House, Bernard's Watch.
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    (Original post by Deyn_08)
    Tele(salilor moon,rosie and jim,the queens nose,hey arnold,alex mack,OLD NICK)
    YoYos,aliens in eggshells
    i loved sailor moon
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    My dignity.
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    (Original post by chilliann)
    bernards watch!
    that was such a good programme!
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    Alive and Kickin', that saturday morning TV show with Zoe Ball. Good times.
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    Pokemon cards :laughing:
    Pogs :p:
    Playdays, rosie and jim, kenan and kel
    Yoyos

    ...I miss pretty much everything :laughing:
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    Reading the Beano and getting the free hubba bubba.
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    Live And Kicking
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    (Original post by 73337)
    sabrina the teenage witch OMG HARVEY KNOWS
    LOL! Sabrina Sunday on Nikelodeon. Love It!
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    Proper childrens tv, Funhouse, live and kicking, cbbc, smtv, finders keepers ect...
    Proper pop music, Spice girls, Mr Blooby, Take that (first time around!), 911, B*Witched, s club 7.
    Oh everything...being a care free child, having long hot summers and really exciting christmases
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    Being younger.
    TV - kids tv is **** now.
    Smurfs, Teletubbies! (Even though I was like 7 or 8 or something when they came out and took the piss lolz), Moomins, Magic Roundabout (was that even 90's?), Hey Arnold, Postman Pat, Fireman Sam, Sesame Street, Rosie and Jim.
    Pogs!
    Plastic lunchboxes lol.
    Tamagotchi! - sp?
    The music - Spice Girls FTW
    Yo yos
    Aliens - maybe late ninties/early 2000 though?
    Lower school - even though I hated it at the time I still miss it lol.
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    Blur, Power Rangers, Scooters and my original GameBoy.
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    (Original post by jhm91)
    Citrus polos...
    Or were they even 90s?! It's all too long ago, now.
    Ah, they were so good!

    Does anyone else remember the polo containers that were shaped like a polo? And you got mini polos inside it. And then they sold the 'holes'! :p:
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    Leggings
    Elastic curly shoelaces
    Going through the Argos catalogue in October, circling toys I wanted for Xmas (and usually didn't get! )
    Infant school PE in your pants and vest.. and country dancing! Hahahaha

    When were all of you lot born just out of interest? I was March 1986.
 
 
 
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