For those of us online in the late 90’s
The Battle of the Little Big Horn board game from the late 1960s.
I had the Talkgirl and constantly used it. I’m very thankful because I kept the tapes, and my late grandfather’s voice being silly with 8 year old me. He passed 16 years ago.
Does anybody miss when music videos had a colorful Technicolor vibrant vibes of the late 90s-mid/late 00s? Nowadays, most music videos have a very dark, moody, depressing cinematic look to it.
I was going through an old box and found these postcards my grandparents sent me from Disney in the late 90s. They’re no longer with us, so I was really happy to find these with their handwritten messages!
I was going through an old box and found these Disney post cards that my grandparents sent me in the late 90s!
A very late 90s vending machine
Degrassi when it came on late nights during the summer
Anyone else ever send out those “virtual e-cards” back in the late 90’s-00’s with the terrible twinkle animation, and the MIDI sound files?
Did anyone watch this Golden Girls spin off? Technically started in the late 80s, but ran until 1995.
an handheld electronic device with a stylus, not teens making out, in case you were wondering what kind of PDA this is, a PalmPilot from the late 90s.
A late submission to the decade, but a good one, nonetheless.
Eddie Murphy promoting Beverly Hills Cop 3 on The Late Show with David Letterman on May 20, 1994.
Another early 90s jam. 1990 smash hit. This video style was very common at the time. Get Up! by Technotronic. Heavy late 80s/early 90s aesthetic
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Late 1991/Early 1992 VH1 Promos and VJs/Hosts. At this time, they were a hybrid of early 90s adult contemporary, 80s pop rock, and oldies/classic rock geared towards the Baby Boomers.
Wendy’s SuperBar (Late 80’s – Early 90’s)
Anyone else remember My Special Book? An almost completely lost Canadian Children’s TV show from the late 90’s to early 00’s?
Anyone else have this late 90’s Jungle CD?
jumptheshark.com website. A late 90s internet 1.0 phenomenon which encouraged visitors to recall “that defining moment when you know from now on it’s all downhill and it will never be the same” for your favorite show.
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