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Subject: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/17/06 at 5:18 am

...To be more specific then...

80s kid: Born in 1975
90s kid: Born in 1985


Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: GoodRedShirt on 06/17/06 at 5:28 am

A 70s kid. Although I'd rather not be pushing 41 right now.  :-\\

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/17/06 at 5:40 am


A 70s kid. Although I'd rather not be pushing 41 right now.  :-\\


Yeah, it would be fun being a kid in the 70s. But that's not what I'm asking here.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Donnie Darko on 06/17/06 at 2:45 pm

'90s kid. If I was around in the '80s I might not like them as much.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: bbigd04 on 06/17/06 at 2:52 pm

I'm happy being a '90s kid born in 1987.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Roadgeek on 06/17/06 at 2:53 pm


'90s kid. If I was around in the '80s I might not like them as much.

I'm the same way. Fortunately, I was only in the '80s for a month.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Donnie Darko on 06/17/06 at 2:55 pm


I'm the same way. Fortunately, I was only in the '80s for a month.


I missed the '80s by about two weeks  :\'(

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 06/17/06 at 3:16 pm

Depends on how old you mean when you say "kid."
I was a '70s child, but an '80s teenager.
I wish I had been older in the first half of the '80s because that's the apex of my pop culture tastes. The '80s were officially over by the time I was even old enough to go to "21+ shows"!

Sorry to say, I'm glad I was not a child in the 1990s, and even more glad I am not a child today!

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: velvetoneo on 06/17/06 at 3:28 pm

I'd rather be what I was, a '90s kid, except maybe a little older.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Ebontyne on 06/17/06 at 4:02 pm

Depends on when exactly. I was a little kid in the late '80s and early '90s and I thought it was ace. I would not have wanted to be a kid in the late '90s though, and even less so now.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/17/06 at 7:50 pm

80s kid: 1976 ;)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Marty McFly on 06/17/06 at 10:43 pm

I'm kind of both, having spent my "under 13" years up to 1994.

Both decades actually I think were more "kid" oriented than the '00s and both have their good qualities and fun times to be a kid. But I lean slightly to the '80s, just because that's what defined me the most (e.g. playing Super Mario for the NES in 1988 at age 6-7). There were times I wished I was older, so I could've "experienced" the '80s more from an adult/teen perspective, but there were also times I wished I was younger, so I wouldn't be "embarrased" if I liked a Britney Spears song in 1999 when I was 17. ;D

Heck, at the time I even felt a little too old to admit liking some of the Disney movies around in circa 1994, when I just wanted to be an "adult mindsetted" 12 year old. Although I still really liked the kid culture then too.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: velvetoneo on 06/17/06 at 10:56 pm


I'm kind of both, having spent my "under 13" years up to 1994.

Both decades actually I think were more "kid" oriented than the '00s and both have their good qualities and fun times to be a kid. But I lean slightly to the '80s, just because that's what defined me the most (e.g. playing Super Mario for the NES in 1988 at age 6-7). There were times I wished I was older, so I could've "experienced" the '80s more from an adult/teen perspective, but there were also times I wished I was younger, so I wouldn't be "embarrased" if I liked a Britney Spears song in 1999 when I was 17. ;D

Heck, at the time I even felt a little too old to admit liking some of the Disney movies around in circa 1994, when I just wanted to be an "adult mindsetted" 12 year old. Although I still really liked the kid culture then too.


Definitely, people above 10 are more of the "adult mindsetted" sort of teenagers. Like they don't admit to liking Disney movies and all that, which is part of the reason I feel like the nostalgic part of my childhood was more pre-late 2000 or so, because that's when people start going through puberty in your grade and want to be focused more on trying to be adults. Do you agree that there were two types of '80s kids: the pre-1986 or so types who were more of the "video arcade"/Pacman/Transformers culture and then the late '80s type that you were?

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Marty McFly on 06/17/06 at 11:03 pm


Definitely, people above 10 are more of the "adult mindsetted" sort of teenagers. Like they don't admit to liking Disney movies and all that, which is part of the reason I feel like the nostalgic part of my childhood was more pre-late 2000 or so, because that's when people start going through puberty in your grade and want to be focused more on trying to be adults. Do you agree that there were two types of '80s kids: the pre-1986 or so types who were more of the "video arcade"/Pacman/Transformers culture and then the late '80s type that you were?


Agreed fully.

Yeah, there was sort of a change around 1986, just into the more digital era and slightly "less '80s" '80s (i.e. the Full House/Home Alone era of 1986-91 or so). I sort of envied the "Pac Man" type '80s kids sometimes, whom felt like a slightly different entity than me.

I'd estimate it sort of like this:

1972-77ers: Video arcade/early MTV generation/skating rink '80s kids (a few could squeeze in as '70s kids too).
1978-80ers: Full House/NES '80s kids.
1981-83ers: Bart Simpson/very early '90s "80s kids" (although this is more or less identical to the previous group, as they'd share alot of the same '80s memories).

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: velvetoneo on 06/17/06 at 11:22 pm


Agreed fully.

Yeah, there was sort of a change around 1986, just into the more digital era and slightly "less '80s" '80s (i.e. the Full House/Home Alone era of 1986-91 or so). I sort of envied the "Pac Man" type '80s kids sometimes, whom felt like a slightly different entity than me.

I'd estimate it sort of like this:

1972-77ers: Video arcade/early MTV generation/skating rink '80s kids (a few could squeeze in as '70s kids too).
1978-80ers: Full House/NES '80s kids.
1981-83ers: Bart Simpson/very early '90s "80s kids" (although this is more or less identical to the previous group, as they'd share alot of the same '80s memories).


Yeah, I agree with that. I think that part of the requirement for being part of the brat pack is having remembered enough of the '70s to have been a '70s kid: E-Z bake ovens, Schoolhouse Rock, all of that. Here's how I'd put the '90s kid progression:

1984-1987ers: Early-mid '90s kids, stuff like the basketball cards and yo-yo fads, and pogs.
1988-1990ers: Late '90s sort of kids of the Spice Girl era, which I think I fall into. Much, much too old for stuff like Spongebob Squarepants and on the younger end of the Rocko's Modern Life set.
1991-1993ers: The last of the '90s kids. The Lizzie McGuire preteen set.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/18/06 at 12:26 am


'90s kid. If I was around in the '80s I might not like them as much.


That's unexpected coming from someone who's always lamenting the fact they missed being born in the 80s by less than a month.  ;)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/18/06 at 3:19 am

Voting neither, for I am happy the way I am.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Roadgeek on 06/18/06 at 11:58 am

I wonder why the '80s are beating the '90s right now in the polls. ???

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/18/06 at 12:51 pm


Agreed fully.

Yeah, there was sort of a change around 1986, just into the more digital era and slightly "less '80s" '80s (i.e. the Full House/Home Alone era of 1986-91 or so). I sort of envied the "Pac Man" type '80s kids sometimes, whom felt like a slightly different entity than me.

I'd estimate it sort of like this:

1972-77ers: Video arcade/early MTV generation/skating rink '80s kids (a few could squeeze in as '70s kids too).
1978-80ers: Full House/NES '80s kids.
1981-83ers: Bart Simpson/very early '90s "80s kids" (although this is more or less identical to the previous group, as they'd share alot of the same '80s memories).


I must agree!!

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/19/06 at 11:48 am

A '90s kid(although since I am one I am a bit biased ;))

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Kryllith on 06/19/06 at 12:09 pm

An 80s kid (but like mach!ne_he@d above me, I might be biased since I am one (1973)). One thing I can say I'm thankful for as an 80s kid, I watched Sesame Street without Elmo and didn't have to worry about being exposed to Barney.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/19/06 at 12:11 pm


An 80s kid (but like mach!ne_he@d above me, I might be biased since I am one (1973)). One thing I can say I'm thankful for as an 80s kid, I watched Sesame Street without Elmo and didn't have to worry about being exposed to Barney.


:D Elmo and Barney were at the top of my 'Children's television personalities to kill' list.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Roadgeek on 06/19/06 at 12:44 pm

I used to always watch Barney and Sesame Street when I was little in the '90s. But when I watched Sesame Street from about 1992 to 1995/6, Elmo was on it, but just another character. But still, I wonder why the '80s are beating the '90s in the poll right now even though it's by one. ???

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/19/06 at 12:51 pm


I used to always watch Barney and Sesame Street when I was little in the '90s. But when I watched Sesame Street from about 1992 to 1995/6, Elmo was on it, but just another character. But still, I wonder why the '80s are beating the '90s in the poll right now even though it's by one. ???


Whenever I get angry, I just get my tickle me elmo doll and strangle him.  ;D

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Kryllith on 06/19/06 at 12:55 pm


Whenever I get angry, I just get my tickle me elmo doll and strangle him.  ;D

Laugh, I was working at Toys R Us when that thing came out... Christmas was unbelievably hectic that year.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/19/06 at 12:59 pm


Laugh, I was working at Toys R Us when that thing came out... Christmas was unbelievably hectic that year.


You worked at Toys'R'Us? So did I!  :o

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Kryllith on 06/19/06 at 1:11 pm

Woo! I worked there for just under 2 years (or is it just over... can't remember). Worked in a long block at first, then worked a few summers/Christmases between semesters.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Sister Morphine on 06/19/06 at 3:34 pm

I'm both, actually.  I was born in 1982, so I remember the 80s fairly well AND I grew up during the 90s.  I chose 90s though, because I liked having my formative years (grade school, high school) happen during the introduction of all this great technology.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: JamieMcBain on 06/19/06 at 11:31 pm

I am kind of ok, with the year I was born, 1976....

Even though, I'll be 30 pretty soon....  :\'(  ;D

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/19/06 at 11:36 pm


I am kind of ok, with the year I was born, 1976....

Even though, I'll be 30 pretty soon....  :\'(   ;D


I'm there for you, Jamie! We had some good times, didn't we, chap?  ;)  :\'(  :-* :)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: JamieMcBain on 06/19/06 at 11:49 pm

Thanks!  :)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/20/06 at 12:15 am


I'm there for you, Jamie! We had some good times, didn't we, chap?  ;)  :\'(  :-* :)


^ haha, oldies

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: JDeeOfV on 06/20/06 at 12:33 pm

i guess since i am a 90s kid and i love the the early/mid/late 90s fairly equally, i would "rather" be a 90s kid. my "era" is mostly in the 92-02 period, so while i like the Golden Age of Rap and New Jack Swing and some Hair Metal, those eras were coming to a close as i hit 2nd grade.

Because of that i would definitely not mind having been 10 years older so i can get a better grasp on the 82-92 period, and i could have had the New Jack Swing era coinciding with my high school years. It would have been cool to know what it was like when "Thriller" came out. Oh and Jennifer Connelly could have been the celebrity crush of my Youth.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: ultraviolet52 on 06/20/06 at 1:59 pm

I'm happy with the year I was born. I have no qualms about it. I appreciate more and more each day. I suppose I'm between the '80s and '90s kids, but I have better and more fonder memories from the '80s. The '90s were okay, but those were the years I was coming of age, so it was more of a struggle than being carefree and childlike.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Marty McFly on 06/20/06 at 4:22 pm


I'm happy with the year I was born. I have no qualms about it. I appreciate more and more each day. I suppose I'm between the '80s and '90s kids, but I have better and more fonder memories from the '80s. The '90s were okay, but those were the years I was coming of age, so it was more of a struggle than being carefree and childlike.


The more I think about it, people our age are actually the perfect time to get into the '80s, '90s and '00s. Of course the '80s are my fave (like yourself, it was my more "defining" and carefree time), the '90s are pretty good too - I have more personal experience there. Yet despite all that history and attachment to my under 14 years, I don't feel "too old" for 2006 and I don't hate the '00s or anything. They're still a part of what I'll probably later refer to as "my time" and my young life, and I like some of the songs, movies, technology, etc.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Roadgeek on 06/20/06 at 4:25 pm


The more I think about it, people our age are actually the perfect time to get into the '80s, '90s and '00s. Of course the '80s are my fave (like yourself, it was my more "defining" and carefree time), the '90s are pretty good too - I have more personal experience there. Yet despite all that history and attachment to my under 14 years, I don't feel "too old" for 2006 and I don't hate the '00s or anything. They're still a part of what I'll probably later refer to as "my time" and my young life, and I like some of the songs, movies, technology, etc.

I know what you mean. Most of my best memories are in the '90s, but most of the good memories of the '00s are the people I know and school.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: ultraviolet52 on 06/20/06 at 4:32 pm


The more I think about it, people our age are actually the perfect time to get into the '80s, '90s and '00s. Of course the '80s are my fave (like yourself, it was my more "defining" and carefree time), the '90s are pretty good too - I have more personal experience there. Yet despite all that history and attachment to my under 14 years, I don't feel "too old" for 2006 and I don't hate the '00s or anything. They're still a part of what I'll probably later refer to as "my time" and my young life, and I like some of the songs, movies, technology, etc.


Very well said.  ;) I keep thinking that 10 years from now, we'll look back on a lot of this pop culture stuff with probably (and maybe unfortunately  ;D ) the same fondness as we feel for the '80s and '90s. Eventually, you can't help but reminisce for certain times in your life.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Marty McFly on 06/20/06 at 4:52 pm


Very well said.  ;) I keep thinking that 10 years from now, we'll look back on a lot of this pop culture stuff with probably (and maybe unfortunately  ;D ) the same fondness as we feel for the '80s and '90s. Eventually, you can't help but reminisce for certain times in your life.


Yes, definitely. Even the things that s*ck become the "good old days". ;D

It's weird how we always remember stuff better than they really were. I was thinking not too long ago, about how 1995 was a pretty crappy year for me (constant moving around, I changed schools again, didn't like my homelife -- my parents were still separated at the time), but now I look at it as nostalgic times. ;)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: bbigd04 on 06/20/06 at 4:53 pm


Yes, definitely. Even the things that s*ck become the "good old days". ;D

It's weird how we always remember stuff better than they really were. I was thinking not too long ago, about how 1995 was a pretty crappy year for me (constant moving around, I changed schools again, didn't like my homelife -- my parents were still separated at the time), but now I look at it as nostalgic times. ;)


I used to think 1999 and 2000 were crappy, but now I'm starting to look at them nostalgically.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/21/06 at 12:10 am


^ haha, oldies




Hahaha I'd rather be an oldie than an young'un of today!  ;) lol!

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/21/06 at 11:02 am


Hahaha I'd rather be an oldie than an young'un of today!  ;) lol!


But would you rather be 20 or 30? I guess there are positives in being 30...

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: ultraviolet52 on 06/21/06 at 1:11 pm


Hahaha I'd rather be an oldie than an young'un of today!  ;) lol!


I'm glad I'm just right between 20 and 30.  :)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/21/06 at 1:16 pm


Very well said.  ;) I keep thinking that 10 years from now, we'll look back on a lot of this pop culture stuff with probably (and maybe unfortunately  ;D ) the same fondness as we feel for the '80s and '90s. Eventually, you can't help but reminisce for certain times in your life.


I doubt I'll feel the same fondness for the 00s as the 90s. But hey, I have a certian fondless for 2001...

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Donnie Darko on 06/21/06 at 2:20 pm


I doubt I'll feel the same fondness for the 00s as the 90s. But hey, I have a certian fondless for 2001...


The early '00s are slightly nostalgic to me. Specifically 2000 and 2001.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/21/06 at 6:43 pm


But would you rather be 20 or 30? I guess there are positives in being 30...


I'd rather be twenty when I was twenty (1996). I think it's not the age itself, but the environment of which the age comes around.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: velvetoneo on 06/21/06 at 7:07 pm


The early '00s are slightly nostalgic to me. Specifically 2000 and 2001.


Yeah, 2000 and 2001 are a little bit nostalgic.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: ultraviolet52 on 06/21/06 at 7:11 pm


Yeah, 2000 and 2001 are a little bit nostalgic.


It isn't all that nostalgic for me.. still feels a little too recent, but I was a 18 and 19 years old, so maybe it's because I was in college then and I'm in college now, so the only thing that I feel nostalgic for around that time is the pre-9/11 era...

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Classie83 on 06/22/06 at 9:04 pm


...To be more specific then...

80s kid: Born in 1975
90s kid: Born in 1985




born in 83? where would i fit?

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Classie83 on 06/22/06 at 9:11 pm


The more I think about it, people our age are actually the perfect time to get into the '80s, '90s and '00s. Of course the '80s are my fave (like yourself, it was my more "defining" and carefree time), the '90s are pretty good too - I have more personal experience there. Yet despite all that history and attachment to my under 14 years, I don't feel "too old" for 2006 and I don't hate the '00s or anything. They're still a part of what I'll probably later refer to as "my time" and my young life, and I like some of the songs, movies, technology, etc.


I agree. Mid nineties...junior high days and late nineties...end of high school days were definitely defining times.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: lizjagger on 06/24/06 at 12:52 am

I was born in 1983 and love that I'm an 80s kid rather than a 90s one.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/24/06 at 4:00 am


I was born in 1983 and love that I'm an 80s kid rather than a 90s one.


You're more midway between 80s and 90s, since you were 7 in 1990. But maybe the memories pre-1990 are fonder for you.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/24/06 at 6:25 pm


I was born in 1983 and love that I'm an 80s kid rather than a 90s one.


You are moreso 90s. Being born in the 80s doesn't make you a kid of that decade b/c many of your formative years occurred in the 90s. You graduated from high school around 2000, right?

I was born in the 70s, but do not consider myself a 70s kid b/c my formative years were created in the 80s.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Donnie Darko on 06/24/06 at 7:08 pm


You are moreso 90s. Being born in the 80s doesn't make you a kid of that decade b/c many of your formative years occurred in the 90s. You graduated from high school around 2000, right?

I was born in the 70s, but do not consider myself a 70s kid b/c my formative years were created in the 80s.


What if you were born in 1980? I was born in 1990 and I consider the '90s part of my time.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Tanya1976 on 06/24/06 at 8:49 pm


What if you were born in 1980? I was born in 1990 and I consider the '90s part of my time.


Good point. They could very well be considered an 80s kid b/c their first ten years were spent within the decade. However, they spent a great deal of their "coming of age" in the 90s. My sister was born in 1980. While I share some memories of the decade with her, we split or differ on much after that decade b/c she was younger.

By the mid-1990s, my coming of age was pretty much done, so I could never call myself a 90s kid (not that it's bad). I was in the midst of college.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Marty McFly on 06/24/06 at 9:02 pm

Of course it varies per individual experience and the person themselves, but I think the "magic age" for having a really good grasp of things is about 7.

So I'd wager if you were born in the 0-2 years of a decade (the "3" is iffy but still possible), you're old enough for your birth decade to make an impact on you as it happened. I remember 1988/89 like it was yesterday (well not quite yesterday, but you know what I mean). ;)

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/25/06 at 12:31 am


Of course it varies per individual experience and the person themselves, but I think the "magic age" for having a really good grasp of things is about 7.

So I'd wager if you were born in the 0-2 years of a decade (the "3" is iffy but still possible), you're old enough for your birth decade to make an impact on you as it happened. I remember 1988/89 like it was yesterday (well not quite yesterday, but you know what I mean). ;)



I agree. My brother was born in '91 and he likes alot of '90s stuff and can remember the late '90s very well. I also agree that 7 is about the time that you begin to have a good grasp on things. I turned 7 in 1994 and that's the first year that I can really recall in great detail.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/25/06 at 11:23 am

I wonder if academics conduct sociological surveys to determine questions like 'to what extent were the 90s significant to a child born in 1990?' or something along those lines. It would be interesting to see the results of such a survey. Indeed, for the sake of interest, why don't we conduct an inthe00s.com 'Decadeology' Survey. Good idea?

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Roadgeek on 06/25/06 at 11:43 am

I think I might have said this before but I'll say it again. Because I was born in 1989, I was still a part of the '90s. I remember watching Nickelodeon when it was still good, sort of being into Power Rangers in late 1995, and having a Motocyke for Christmas 1994. I might have missed 1990-1993 due to being too little, but I'm a late early '90s and mid '90s kid!

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Trimac20 on 06/25/06 at 12:11 pm


I think I might have said this before but I'll say it again. Because I was born in 1989, I was still a part of the '90s. I remember watching Nickelodeon when it was still good, sort of being into Power Rangers in late 1995, and having a Motocyke for Christmas 1994. I might have missed 1990-1993 due to being too little, but I'm a late early '90s and mid '90s kid!


My peak childhood years were 1992-1997.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/26/06 at 2:46 am


My peak childhood years were 1992-1997.



Mine are about 1993-1999.

Subject: Re: Would you rather be an 80s kid or a 90s kid?

Written By: Sister Morphine on 06/26/06 at 3:05 am

My peak childhood years were 1986-1992

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