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ITT: We are in middle school again (or early-mid 90s appreciation threak)

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by MetroStyles, May 1, 2011.

  1. MetroStyles

    MetroStyles Well-Known Member

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    It shoots pizza!

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    Oh fuck yeah.

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    yup, the only things i ever ordered were

    Calvin and Hobbes was the best thing ever. I was a weird kid - I also liked Dilbert a lot. Prophecies of my impending office slavery, I s'pose.
     
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    It shoots pizza!

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    Beebop and Rocksteady!

    I had all those toys. Even Casey Jones and the TMNT Van. [​IMG]
     
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    Beebop and Rocksteady!

    I had all those toys. Even Casey Jones and the TMNT Van. [​IMG]


    splinter

    shredder and the brain
     
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    This, again, is a much older toy than the 90s; I had Creepy Crawlers in the 60s. There was even an edible variant called "” wait for it "” Incredible Edibles.

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    This was so good they remade it as Avatar
     
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    i dont think these are 90s per say, but i read these all the time in that era. i remember the dissapointment when i found out what abridged meant. i had thought i was a really, really, really well read 12 year old. [​IMG]


    much more, but here are a few

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    Man we had the Scholastic book order flyers. Those were sick.

    [​IMG] I always looked forward to those being handed out in class every few months.


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    i dont think these are 90s per say, but i read these all the time in that era. i remember the dissapointment when i found out what abridged meant. i had thought i was a really, really, really well read 12 year old. [​IMG]


    much more, but here are a few

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    Holy shit, how could have I forgotten about this series?! I owned all those pictured and many more. I loved those books!
     
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    back when he was really a winner

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    also from 89 but deserving of a mention

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    I know we covered Family Matters and Boy Meets World, but I looked forward to the TGIF lineup like a crack head looked forward to his next rock.

    Can't forget this gem...

    Every sister on that show was f***ing cute.
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    a little less blurry [​IMG]

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    [​IMG] TGIF [​IMG]
     
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    how bout soma this for the young gansta in ya?

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    Gangsta? Sit down white boy (no racist)

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    Back when you had to pay for music videos
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    Had to be a Duncan, and it had to be a butterfly.
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    I love this thread so much.
    Of the last page: Lego, Animorphs (I'm pretty sure I have like 40 of those somewhere, all ordered through scholastic book orders), Calvin and Hobbes, Yukon and Amazon trails (we never got Oregon Trail for some reason... Oh right, being in Canada)

    Also this show was awesome:
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  19. Blackfyre

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    A fellow ASOIAF and Animorph reader? Nice. Did you read the entire Animorph series?
     

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