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15 Things You Definitely Experienced If You Were A Teen In The '90s

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The 90s were a pretty crazy time to be alive, thanks to things like boy bands, music still being on TV, and this brand new thing called the internet. The changes would only get crazier as we moved into the 2000s, but it's things like these 15 memories we'll have forever.

Thinking this was the coolest computer design ever

Mac World

Christina's eyebrows

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Convincing ourselves that we didn't hate inflatable furniture


Finding out that the "anti-skip" feature was a complete lie


Spraying these on literally everything


"Five Star: Built strong to last long"


Oakleys. Oakleys everwhere.


The nostalgia trip just gets bigger from here...

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