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15 Products For Anyone Who Still Wishes It Was The 90s

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Alright, listen. The world is currently going to hell in a hand basket. But remember when we were kids and we didn't have any cares in the world? Sure, I'm sure politics were still wild and things were a little out of control, but we didn't care.

Also, the TV shows were just way better.

Here are some products that will help you relive the 90s, considering that's where a lot of us would rather be right now!

1. A "solo cup swirly pattern" sweatshirt

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Nothing says 90s like this iconic design on a crew neck sweater!

2. Don't forget the matching sweatpants!

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3. A Yak Bak

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The 90s were a time of extremely high-tech gadgets, if you didn't notice. My Yak Bak was purple and I annoyed the heck out of everyone and anyone I came across.

4. Fishnet Gloves

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Nothing says punk-rock chic like a pair of fishnet fingerless gloves. They let people know you were not to be messed with, and that you could probably knock out a sub-par version of Wonderwall on guitar.

5. A Full House poster

I'll take a life size poster of Uncle Jesse if you're offering...

6. A Nifty Fanny Pack

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Where else are you going to store your Yak Bak? This one also glows under UV light, so don't tell me you won't be the coolest kid in town.

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