15 Things From The 90s That'll Make You Go "Oh Man, I Had The Best Childhood"

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Whether it was the golden age of Saturday morning cartoons, legions of toys and games to grab, fun birthday party locations, or sugary snacks all over the place, the 90s were a pretty great time to be a kid. Don't believe me? Take a look at these 15 things!

1) The car that could make everyone even more jealous than a Lamborghini.


2) One of the best places to have a birthday party.


3) And of course, the other one.


4) When you suddenly discovered you could FEEL your video games respond to you.


5) Trying to complete a full set of these bad boys (mine were Power Rangers).


6) Wanting to play ball with Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan.

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7) The squishy toy we all loved and can't really figure out why.

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