You do nothing but talk about how great things were in the 90’s and how there will never be another decade like it. You can’t help but think your age group is superior to others, because it is. You know the 90’s decade was a fundamental piece in our history. You’ll never stop living in the 90’s because, why in the hell would you? Enjoy the nostalgia.
1. At one point, you were the proud owner of a bean bag chair. Or two.
2. You probably had a blue, purple, green, or red transparent cordless phone.
3. You still remember watching VHS tapes and the struggle of rewinding them. Blockbuster was a regular pit stop on your way home from school on Fridays.
4. You easily recall the sound of dial up internet and the hours it felt like trying to get online. Patiently waiting to hear, “you’ve got mail.”
5. Signing onto AIM was a daily regimen. Only so you could make a cool “away” status.
6. Britney was and is your hero and Queen. You still own all her albums as well, or at least you should. #teamBritney
7. You had the coolest collection of gel pens. They were absolutely essential to your notes passed to your friends in class.
8. Your bedroom ceiling was decorated with glow in the dark stars and planets.
9. You owned a pager before flip phones arrived.
10. The Walkman was a staple piece in your outfit.
11. You’re still listening to Third Eye Blind, Matchbox 20, Alanis Morisette, Live, Pearl Jam, The Verve, Goo Goo Dolls, etc. because 90’s music is the only music worth listening to.
12. Your favorite Christmas movies: Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, The Nightmare Before Christmas, To Grandmother’s House We Go, Die Hard 2, and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the original).
13. Your favorite t.v. shows include (but are not limited to): The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Friends, Saved by the Bell, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Full House, Dawson’s Creek, Beverly Hills 90210, Clarissa Explains It All, and The Wonder Years.
If you were born in the late 80’s to early 90’s, you know you’re one of the lucky ones. There are a multitude of things that made the 90’s the best. And since Y2K didn’t wipe us out, may your mind live in this era forever.