Will Ferrell Says. .... Ill mun PARISH. I was born in 1993, and this is how i spent most of the 90's and a large part of the '00s stop trying to fit in or else You wannabe
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Ill mun PARISH
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Submitted: 06/11/2013
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User avatar #2 - mudkipfucker (06/11/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I was born in 1993, and this is how i spent most of the 90's and a large part of the '00s
User avatar #48 - ChronoBoost (06/12/2013) [+] (9 replies)
So, who else is from '93?
#15 - ghostyss (06/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Well.. Im 16 and i miss the 90's, and by 90's i dont actually mean living in the timezone, but im talknig about playing the games from the 90's. I grew up with an original gameboy and a nintendo 64, so for me the 90's are my childhood; gaming wise. Please dont try to think were talking about going down to the park and playing with our kites 90's.
#90 - ieatyououtaldaylon (06/12/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I was born in 1997. I still watched rugrats, johnny bravo, edd ed and eddy, scooby doo, spongebob (when it was good) and all that other **** . I still sat around and played n64 with my friends. I really bothers me when people act like a elite asshole because they where born in a time that I wasn't.
User avatar #9 - KellyisAwesome (06/11/2013) [-]
born in 1991 and barely remember it. I remember early 2000 a lot clearer but ofcourse i was older then. I don't know why the **** people love the 90's so much. It was only a little bettet than the 80's and the 80's were terrible.
#11 - harshy (06/11/2013) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #29 - zombiefied (06/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
What does Will Ferrell have to do with this?
#81 - tonydalion (06/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
1972 1998 checking in. Anyone wanna be friends?
User avatar #20 - Dap (06/11/2013) [+] (9 replies)
In order to be a 90s kid you need to be born in the 80s.

I'm '95 and I don't remember **** . Even if I was 91-3 I STILL wouldn't remember **** .
#105 - nylak (06/12/2013) [+] (1 reply)
1987, so yes, I remember the decade, and no, I don't give a flying rat's ass about whatever hyper-concentrated nostalgia-fuel it produces for the rest of 90's kids these days.   
   
The decade had its high points, but it also had 						****					 just like current generations of kids have.  Just because we're at the "older" tier of losers gentlemen and ladies who frequent online communities like FJ, it doesn't give us license to be elitist jackasses because we got to experience it when it was fresh (and we were debatably old enough to enjoy it without 						********					 ourselves).
1987, so yes, I remember the decade, and no, I don't give a flying rat's ass about whatever hyper-concentrated nostalgia-fuel it produces for the rest of 90's kids these days.

The decade had its high points, but it also had **** just like current generations of kids have. Just because we're at the "older" tier of losers gentlemen and ladies who frequent online communities like FJ, it doesn't give us license to be elitist jackasses because we got to experience it when it was fresh (and we were debatably old enough to enjoy it without ******** ourselves).

User avatar #64 - godshandshake (06/12/2013) [-]
I don't think Will Ferrell actually said this
#186 - theJENK (06/12/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I was born in 89 so yeah I remember the 90s and lemme tell you, it wasn't special. Sure fashion was way more awesome then (remember those neon tees that changed colors?) and TV was really good, but I think people romanticize it because that's the time when they were ignorant little babbies and everything seemed magical to them. Truth be told I love having a computer in my pocket that gets internet wherever I go and the ability to buy stuff without leaving my house, because that's what future people do. Plus, nowadays you can buy a remote controlled helicopter for like $30. I would have KILLED for that as a kid.
I was born in 89 so yeah I remember the 90s and lemme tell you, it wasn't special. Sure fashion was way more awesome then (remember those neon tees that changed colors?) and TV was really good, but I think people romanticize it because that's the time when they were ignorant little babbies and everything seemed magical to them. Truth be told I love having a computer in my pocket that gets internet wherever I go and the ability to buy stuff without leaving my house, because that's what future people do. Plus, nowadays you can buy a remote controlled helicopter for like $30. I would have KILLED for that as a kid.
#207 - zorororonoa (06/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#193 - andrewjla (06/12/2013) [+] (9 replies)
90's nostalgia thread?
#169 - weefee (06/12/2013) [-]
If you watched this as a kid, you have the right to miss the 90s
#131 - skuser (06/12/2013) [+] (1 reply)
**** you!
I still eat dirt!
#212 - diablojoe (06/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I was born in 1996, yet my childhood consisted of watching Dragonball Z, Johnny Bravo, Rocko's Modern Life, Hey Arnould, Rugrats, Ed Edd 'n' Eddy and the rest of Cartoon Network's classic lineup which was shown on TV in my area way into the 2000s. Some of the happiest memories of early gaming for me were playing on my cousin's N64 (although I will admit to never owning one), playine games like Mario 64 and Banjo Kazooie.

The entire concept that you needed to be born in the 90s to enjoy it's culture and childhood offering is just elitism and the bitterness of the (slightly) older generation and if you think that the "90s kid" medal cannot be given to people who love 90s culture, then I invite you to eat **** .

#83 - applescryatnight (06/12/2013) [-]
ok imma be devils advocate here and im going to tell you,
i was born in 1995, and of course, being as young as i was during the 90s, they werent firmly implanted in my memory.
but, my family was poor. we didnt have things like cable. i never had cartoon network, nickolodeon, nothing.
my uncle would be able to buy some cassettes, and later dvds for me and my sister every once and a while, about 10-20 a year. but those dvds were the things that kept us going, they were our entertainment. i know this sounds stupid and childish, but they were like Christmas presents. we would watch them over and over, and even though we saw them a million times we loved them, like i love my computer right now.

these dvds contained old 90s cartoons and movies, so even though i was more of a 00s kid, i still got a load of the 90s experience. i watched all these awesome shows on those dvds.
hey arnold, cat dog, doug, etc.
and every once and a while, when my parents werent putting me and my sister into after school programs because they had to go to work extra late for us and couldnt take care of us until later, we would go to our cousins who moved in to the floor above us. they had cable because my uncle worked an extra day a week. we would watch all these cartoons on nick, like spoungebob, back when it was awesome.
we might not have been in the 90s long enough, but we got the full 90s experience. we saw all the awesome cartoons and movies, we had all the trends, and we saw it all.

User avatar #78 - dharkmoswen (06/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Born '86. True 90's kid here. I remember most the damn decade.
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User avatar #41 - monsterking (06/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
born in 1989 checking in
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