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  • Birthday 03/30/1993

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  1. If you do not remember the nineties, you did not have a childhood; you were not a child. You retroactively did not exist. Remember Bobby's World? It was a good show! You're probably too young to remember. It was a good show! We had Nintendo 64; YOU DON'T. Things were better then. Now all is lost (including hope, which is dead). We had Nintendo games, bowling alleys, pizza parties, McDonalds, skating rinks, ice cream, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Elmer's glue, safety s...

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    4. JamieDawg


      safety scissors, tootsie rolls, Combos, swimming pools, O.J. Simpson, Green Day... we had Green Day. What do kids these days have? Nothing. The nineties are over. All that's left is despair. The day the nineties died, all joy died.

      Kids these days.They don't know. Kids these days.They don't know. This generation, they don't know. They missed out.

    5. Emperor Robrainiac

      Emperor Robrainiac

      I see someone's seen 90s Nick by UkinoJoe. :P

    6. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      Or on the flip side, the 90s weren't as good as you say they are and are just as good/bad as the era that came before or after it. for me, it was tuesday.

    7. Chibinuva


      1: Was this copied from facebook?

      2: If so you should consider removing some friends and/or pages.

      3: >implying we don't still go to McDonalds at least for the wifi even if not for the food

      4: If this ends up having technology-bashing in it and was in fact from facebook then the poster is a hypocrite. =/

    8. JamieDawg


      1: It's not from le faecb00k xD

      2: I transcribed it myself

      3: >leepicmemearrows!! xD

      4: Lemon Key Faec xD

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