15 Nostalgic Things That 90s Kids Grew Up Doing
There are just certain things in life where the thought of them transforms you to another time. This feeling of nostalgia is experienced by everyone at some point or the other in their lives, and for us 90s kids, there’s a lot to be nostalgic about. A lot of the things that we had when we were growing up are no more, and we’re only in our 20s! The modern era has us 20-30-year-olds sounding like our grandparents did with the “back in my day…”s.
So, let’s take a journey back in time together…
Hopscotch was the most fun game you’d ever play. You’d impatiently wait for your friends to get out so you can get your turn. It would get to a point where you find yourself skipping on tiles in random places even when you’re not playing it.
2. Power Rangers
Power Rangers are the superheroes that 90s kids knew and loved. We knew none of the storylines made any sense and the acting was just so over-the-top, but that didn’t stop us from arguing which power ranger was the best. (Blue ranger for life!)
3. Dial-Up Internet
I can still hear the screeching sound of the computer getting connected to the internet. You couldn’t use the internet if someone was talking on the landline, and no one could use the landline if the internet was connected. You’d have to buy “data cards” with a designated amount of internet usage and then carefully time yourself so you didn’t go over your allocated time (or risk facing the wrath of your siblings).