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IN People ON 02 Jan, 2015
Trust me, a 90s kid lived the golden days. Everything about 90s fascinates us. 90s Tv Shows, 90s toys, 90s board games and 90s clothes. Has anything left which we don't love about 90s? From your favorite game to favorite t.v shows, there are many things which don't exist now. But they have so strong essence on us that they always make us nostalgic
From Power Rangers to The Powerpuff girls' show, from Backstreet Boys to Jonas Brothers, all of these 90s' things still have their effect on us.Have a glimpse of some of the 90's thing which might take you back to that golden Era.
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Remember the N'sync band sported the Frosted Tips!
To a 90's kid, he was the smartest man to walk the planet, you can learn many good things from him.Trust me, he was better than your school teacher.
Who could forget the adorableness of this amazing show which we all loved. Love you Disney!
This Game was certainly at top during those days. It was nice to hear about the future things.
It used to be a Bouncy liquid. We used to waste hours about understanding its strength dynamics along with trying to catch it when it bounces.
This was the favorite game among girls which they used to play in summer times.
Remember this epic show? This show gave us the inspiration of never losing hope & always trying up. Let Pokemon Fusion begin.
Mr Bean is still the best for many. Instead of making career in engineering, he chose television over it. He can make people laugh without even uttering a word.
Trust me, I always wanted to be one of them.
The most viral video game during 90's.
They were freaky artists, who were mad about music. I still miss Nick Lachey.
Yeah this phone was on trend on those days. Having it was like ruling the world.
Remember those days guys?
It might relate to girls as they used to keep their Barbies' Accessories, all their make up things in this caboodle.
Recess invoked a sense of mischief and adventure in all of us, we always wanted a group like it .
Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup defined girl power. Saving the world was like their favorite game. Feel free to share.
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