90's Kids, Unite!. If we're going down, then it's together. We are the glue that holds together the fabric of life.. Modern kids Young Adults We are all doomed. ninteys kids rem
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90's Kids, Unite!

90's Kids, Unite!. If we're going down, then it's together. We are the glue that holds together the fabric of life.. Modern kids Young Adults We are all doomed.

If we're going down, then it's together. We are the glue that holds together the fabric of life.

Modern kids
Young Adults
We are all doomed.
T love you my fellow 90' s kids!
But we' re still
going to have to
save the world
from being
by kids
of thie
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Submitted: 03/16/2012
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#2 - ganer ONLINE (03/16/2012) [+] (3 replies)
The generation before us, properly said the same thing
#78 - newprinny ONLINE (03/17/2012) [+] (7 replies)
sorry, but please, shut the **** up.
times change, people change, you know what your elders were saying when you were little "kids have it so easy now, back when I was their age, we had to do this, this etc." and you thought they were being assholes too, and now, here you are doing the same **** , and think you're somehow better because you were born before the turn of the century, so PLEASE! SHUT. THE. **** . UP. we get it, **** used to be different, but that doesn't mean you have to remind everyone about it EVERY. ******* . DAY. there's always some ******* nostalgiafag who complains about how the cartoons were better when he was little, and about how pokemon was better when he was a kid on the front page every day, andit's just getting ******* old
#72 - griffinb (03/17/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Justin Beiber was a 90's kid.......
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#157 - Abortedwafflez (03/17/2012) [-]
Another 90's kid comic...how original.
#98 - abxrox (03/17/2012) [-]
But we will be too busy to stop them
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#10 - nightroller (03/16/2012) [+] (9 replies)
I was born in 1998. My parents werent dumb asses and didnt spoil me. I had a ps2 and some classics (R& ,Jak and Daxter, sly cooper etc.) Kids today are given too much **** . These kids in 1st grade at my school (Im not retarded, my school is k-8) have phones and Ipads. **** you, you stupid ******* parents. Yes I am 13, but this world is going to change because of what these parents are doing.
User avatar #160 - mrtwilightsparkle (03/17/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Hey, guys. People born in the early nineties and the nineties are both in the same generation.
#141 - Forceflows (03/17/2012) [-]
As a child of '92, I have to say that comparing the best parts of our childhoods to the worst, most exaggerated examples of that of the generation below us shows only that some of us are ridiculously infatuated with some feeling of superiority derived from being older. And feeling accomplished because of age is a puerile trait indicative of insecurity. Fourteen year-old kids today aren't annoying because they were born in '98. They're annoying because they're fourteen, just like many of us undoubtedly were when we were 14. I mean, damn, I'd have liked to grow up watching Adventure Time and My Little Pony just as much as I liked growing up watching Dexter's Lab and Hey Arnold. And as great as Batman: TAS and TNBA were, they were no Justice League, which came out in 2001. Things change. And to insist on the superiority of your childhood is to be a child forever.
User avatar #59 - pinkmist (03/17/2012) [+] (1 reply)
i was born in '98. i was never a true 90's kid. i grew up with courage the cowardly dog, tom and jerry, pokemon, and the countless other things you claim fame to. just because the date was different, doesnt mean the people changed. from what i'v seen in school, 90's kids continued until about 2005 then it was just a downward spiral. i just hate being seen as one of those annoying people just cause i was born a little later
#30 - bitchpleaseimadino (03/16/2012) [-]
******* nostalgia'd when I saw the mat with all the roads that you would put cars on

... I used to pretend I was Godzilla smashing up ****
User avatar #174 - DirtyShizno (03/17/2012) [-]
I dont know what I hate more...

Kids of this generation saying they hate their generation too so as to somehow gain acceptance from strangers on the internet...

or the tards of my generation who post dumb **** like this so as to gain some sort of feeling of superiority,
#155 - ziggydepp (03/17/2012) [-]
so you come to a site to laugh at jokes about rape and a pedophile bear...and you're saving society?
User avatar #54 - kype (03/17/2012) [+] (7 replies)
I was born in 1996, I think there is kind of a generation gap because I remember VHS tapes, and the car mats, but I never used a gameboy, I did use a gameboy advance though. I pay for my own iPhone which I do work at my grandfather's airplane shop as a mechanic for.
#22 - spior (03/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Don't blame the kids, blame the parents.
They spoiled them.
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User avatar #81 - completeaddiction **User deleted account** (03/17/2012) [-]
honestly though, in the 90s there were probably people from the 70s and 80s that felt the same way.
#69 - anonymous (03/17/2012) [+] (1 reply)
1996 Born here, god those were the days.
User avatar #74 to #69 - forasecond (03/17/2012) [-]
you probably remember 1999
and you were 3
i bet those were the days, brah
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