Are you ready for the ultimate throwback? If you grew up in the 90’s or were even just old enough to form a thought, you will remember these particular items. And you will love it. Read on if you’re ready for some intense nostalgia. Or grab a box of tissues if you miss the greatness that was the decade of the 90’s. Here are just a few of our favorite things from the 90’s. Can we bring back Rocket Power, please?
I brought mine with me EVERYWHERE. Arguably the best McDonald’s toys ever. Period.
I was a very active kid, especially trying to beat my record on my Skip It.
Every. Single. Kid. Had one of these. You were either great at it, or you absolutely sucked.
I swear this game was rigged. I was always stuck with the garbage man career.
Did you ever neglect yours? Don’t lie.
I had SO MANY Polly Pockets.
Yeah, I had a few… And maybe a few more. I definitely had the pink and yellow-haired ones.
There were lots of screams in my house when this was out.
My favorite Lunchables meal will always be the nachos. Always.
I think I’m the only person who didn’t like Lisa Frank stuff as a kid.
Every girl I knew had at least one Hello Kitty item.
These were hands down the best snacks.
Even though this one made a significant comeback in 2016 with PokemonGo, OG fans will always remember (favor) the original 150.
Honestly, I still have nightmares about these things. Out of all the things from the 90’s, this is my least favorite.
I still have mine. It’s blue. I named him Blue. I know, so creative.
Sorry One Direction, but N’SYNC and the Backstreet Boys are my one true love when it comes to boy bands.
I may or may not still have mine. And I may or may not still use it.
I can’t think of a single cartoon from the 90’s that I didn’t like. Remember Rugrats, Rocket Power, Angry Beavers and Hey Arnold? Now those were some quality cartoons.
I still have mine. I should really break that baby out and get cookin’.
Everything was SO COLORFUL.
Back when MTV actually played music and didn’t suck.
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