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User avatar #298 - mrtwilightsparkle (12/17/2011) [-]
I was born 97, but my two older brothers influenced me with everything 90s, so except for music from earlier decades, everything was 90s. We even had beyblades. I miss my beyblades.
User avatar #303 to #298 - obbichan (12/17/2011) [-]
Beyblades aren't from the 90's.
User avatar #309 to #303 - mrtwilightsparkle (12/17/2011) [-]
woops. Well I think the show was, I can't remember that too well.
User avatar #314 to #309 - obbichan (12/17/2011) [-]
the show started in 2000 :p.
User avatar #325 to #314 - mrtwilightsparkle (12/17/2011) [-]

User avatar #334 to #325 - obbichan (12/17/2011) [-]
Just because you've seen, and enjoyed shows from the 90s, doesn't make you a "90's kid".
User avatar #344 to #334 - mrtwilightsparkle (12/17/2011) [-]
That's pretty much the logic of everyone else, so... Yeah, I think I'm allowed to say that. Even though I was barely 3 in the 90s, I still enjoyed the stuff from it during and after the 90s, and that I'm a 90s kid.
User avatar #358 to #344 - obbichan (12/17/2011) [-]
I love and enjoy everything from the 70s and 80s, does that make me a 70s and 80s kid? No. I'm saying that just because you enjoyed some television programs from a certain era, doesn't mean you grew up in that time, when not just TV and toys and music were different, but everything else about your everyday life. You were barely 3 when DVDs started becoming popular and common, when I was 3 DVDs didn't exist, cellphones were things you thought only rich people had. I remember when you could smoke in a public restaurant. It was a different time, different ways. Its not all about **** we saw on TV.
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