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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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    one of my all time personal favorites, really captures that love of sports as a kid
    For sure man. I think I had one of the most lucky childhoods of anyone I know, at least from the ages of 8 to 15. We were a real-life sandlot. 10 kids all living in the same area. Acres of open grass everywhere, a basketball court, pool, a baseball field. Every day in the summer, morning to dusk we'd be out there. Every day after school, 3pm til 9pm, out there ballin'. HORSE, Knock out, 1 on 1, half court, full court, 21 Baseball with the boys Wiffle ball Football Soccer Spud Monkey in the Middle Super Soaker Wars Street Hockey Cannonball Splash Contest Pickle (THE SHIT!) So many good times...
     
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    I used to spend all day trying to beat this game and then a couple of years ago, I had it on my computer and it would take me around 15 minutes.

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  3. MetroStyles

    MetroStyles Well-Known Member

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    N a lil shout out to all ma nerds out there! [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] This was the one I couldn't think of. L O V E D that movie. Totally allowed you to fantasize about what you'd do if you had a million dollars.....build a water slide out of my bedroom and do work on some smoking hot adult woman OF COURSE [​IMG] Same as this movie: [​IMG]
     
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    For sure man. I think I had one of the most lucky childhoods of anyone I know, at least from the ages of 8 to 15. We were a real-life sandlot. 10 kids all living in the same area. Acres of open grass everywhere, a basketball court, pool, a baseball field.

    Every day in the summer, morning to dusk we'd be out there. Every day after school, 3pm til 9pm, out there ballin'.

    HORSE, Knock out, 1 on 1, half court, full court, 21
    Baseball with the boys
    Wiffle ball
    Football
    Soccer
    Spud
    Monkey in the Middle
    Super Soaker WarsStreet Hockey
    Cannonball Splash Contest
    Pickle (THE SHIT!)

    So many good times...


    super soaker is this shit, someone allways ends up pulling out the garden hose though for max soaking retribution

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    kickball
    dodgeball
    elimination
    baseball, but using a tennis racket and tennis ball- this was great btw
    softball
    four square
    and my cousin and i used to go to the park and hit golf balls with a metal softball bat (stupid and dangerous but fun as hell)
    we also did those quarter super bouncy balls, a little safer
     
  6. MetroStyles

    MetroStyles Well-Known Member

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    super soaker is this shit, someone allways ends up pulling out the garden hose though for max soaking retribution

    ill add

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    kickball
    dodgeball
    elimination
    baseball, but using a tennis racket and tennis ball
    softball
    four square


    Oh shit you just reminded me.

    BEST GAME EVER.

    RED ASS / BUTTS UP!!!!! Fuck yeah.

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    Make dat fucker cry yalls!
     
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    Oh shit you just reminded me.

    BEST GAME EVER.

    RED ASS / BUTTS UP!!!!! Fuck yeah.

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    Make dat fucker cry yalls!


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    handball with a sadistic twist
     
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    kwilkinson Well-Known Member

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    Foursquare. Fucking LOL
     
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    Make dat fucker cry yalls!

    we called it murder ball...or butt ball.

    It was all about kickball, dodgeball, and murder ball with us.
     
  10. embowafa

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    These are a little more obscure items from the toy department:

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    Those fist-sized jawbreakers
     
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    These are a little more obscure items from the toy department:

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    aww shit!

    i had a koosh basketball hoop on the back of my bedroom door for years. off the wall off the celling you name it. i owned that biatch
     
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    Ren & Stimpy was so gross and juvenile. I much preferred Rocko's Modern Life.
     
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    later 90's

    early high school angst [​IMG]

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    Ren & Stimpy was so gross and juvenile. I much preferred Rocko's Modern Life.

    RML kicked ass back in the day, and it still does. It's on Netflix instant.
     
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    Damn good one. Nice catch.

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    This is later in the 90's (in high school), but there was a time when MTV & VH1's non-music video programming was at least vaguely still music related...

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    And then there's the Tom Green Show:
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