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    (Original post by 300mg)
    The psychedelic 60's are remembered for festivals, hippies and the Beatles.

    The 90's are remembered for trance music, good ecstasy, those tracksuit bottoms that had poppers the whole way up the side and for when a guy with curtains was a "stunner".

    What about us?
    I was just thinking about this. the 80's had Thatcher, and The Smiths and Madchester. 90's had Britpop, good comedy etc. The football was good. Now, the premiership's crap and commercialised and predictable. What's culture? Jonathan Ross, Coldplay, Facebook. Bleh. Our generation is crap.
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    From a UK only perspective, the binge drinking generation, and if the grim predictions are true, perhaps a few decades down the line that will change to the 'liver damage generation'.
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    4chan
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    N-Dubz
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    rise of the internet 2000-2010
    (yes I know it existed before)
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    (Original post by Yasmeenax)
    Have you SEEN the crap that is on for children these days? It's disgusting. We were very fortunate :yes:
    very true, i also had a brother so remember growing up watching fireman sam n thomas the tank engine ! :L
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    (Original post by WeAreThePeople)
    very true, i also had a brother so remember growing up watching fireman sam n thomas the tank engine ! :L
    Lulz, me too. I feel so happy just thinking about it all :love:
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    yeah, good times :L
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    The generation that couldn't really be bothered?
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    (Original post by Smtn)
    rise of the internet 2000-2010
    (yes I know it existed before)
    This is one of, if not the most significant imo.
 
 
 
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