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    The 90's was a cesspit and we are lucky to be out of it. That said, good things:

    Wu-Tang at the height of their game
    Clinton
    ...

    Thats it. Nuke the decade, sow it with salt and never speak of it again.
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    My age =/
    and the Spice Girls!
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    Um Bongo and Ki Ora

    Goldeneye on the N64

    School Discos

    All the TV, like Get Your Own Back!
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    Cheesy boybands like A1 and Five!!
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    I can't think of a thing.
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    pokemon... :love:
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    Being out in Germany and boozing my time away with the RAF lads
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    Decent kids shows; Mr Ben, Animals of farthing wood.
    Classic daytime tv I tell you.
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    Johnny Bravo.


    EDIT: Them blow up bags... I had a pink one!
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    :ditto: everything people have already said!

    The Spice Girls annoyed me, even if me and my friends did make our own version and I had to be posh spice because I had the darkest hair out of all of us (we actually pulled our hair out to see which one could be baby spice :rolleyes:)..

    Don't judge me I must have been about 6.
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    (Original post by kiss_me_now9)
    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:
    :yep: :teeth:

    Didn't they have smartie versions of those too..
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    My age.
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    Pogs.
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    Old Nickelodeon
    Old Disney
    Saturday Morning Shows
    Pokemon
    Jelly Shoes
    Leggins With Straps Under Foot
    Doing Nothing
    No Worries
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    (Original post by Melting Sugar.)
    :yep: :teeth:

    Didn't they have smartie versions of those too..
    Yeah! The Smarties ones were just like a disc though, not shaped like a polo :p: And made of shiny plastic. I'm sure you can still get them?
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    Those trainers that light up when you walk.
    Ok yeah they still have them.
    But my old ones were waaaay cooler. =]
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    (Original post by kiss_me_now9)
    Yeah! The Smarties ones were just like a disc though, not shaped like a polo :p: And made of shiny plastic. I'm sure you can still get them?
    :eek: I thought they had those stupid 'can' versions..
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    Oh, I dunno. Thinking of it, I haven't seen them in a while...
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    The economic boom

    and pokemon
    bernards watch (which i recently found is still on)
    queen's nose
    waiting for new millenium (chances are its the only one i'll get to see)
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    Fresh Prince of Bel Air...and all those nineties TV programmes...
 
 
 
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