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15 Things You'll Only Remember If You Were Alive In The 90s

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The 90s was an interesting time. Everyone was wearing bright colors and their hair was perfectly crimped and tied up in a scrunchies. There were a lot of things that we had to do that kids today wouldn't understand in the least, but it's always hilarious to remember them.

While we often remember them as simpler times, honestly, there were a lot of components that we had to keep track of. These are just some of the things those of us who lived through the 90s remember having to do.  

1. Rewinding VHS tapes on a separate machine

2. Checking your batteries charge level

3. Using a card catalog at a library

4. Buying a longer phone cord so you could move away from the wall

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5. Watching music videos on MTV

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6. Reading the Delia's catalog and begging your parents for more clothes

7. Trying to convince your parents you needed a pager

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Those weren't the only struggles...

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