You Won’t Find These ’90s Things Today… (18 pics + 1 gif)

Posted in PICTURES       27 May 2020       3887       11

“This is how old I am.”

If you were young in the 90s, you remember the smell.

“Found this old guy and the cartridges cost $27 now.”

“Remember this doll house? It had a doorbell and a dog that barked. It could fold in half and you could carry it around.”

“When they ask me how old I am, I show them this photo.”

Izismile Video Collection

This dancing and singing fish was in almost every house.

And then the powder was all over the room.

It’s hard to forget the sound these things made.

“Was cleaning out some old boxes and look what I found.”

Beach ball from McD’s, circa 1987

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A lot of families must have had these hooks for clothes.

This was the thing in elementary school before yo-yos.

Who had a set up like this?

Dogs from McDonald’s: They could move, light up, and play music.

Old school fidget spinner

Remember these pencil lead containers?

Growing up without the internet

Need help?

“Went through some old things and found these. Now, our kid plays with them.”



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Kill 2 month s ago
#1 is easy to buy in Thailand night markets. I own a couple for the entertainment of my dog and cat.
       
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Demaris 2 month s ago
#11 When did a simple clothes hook become something you don't see anymore?
       
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Bob 2 month s ago
I have at home most of them.
       
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Appy 2 month s ago
Pencil lead? Difficult to find?
       
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Selma 2 month s ago
Appy, Uh...no. I use mechanical pencils all the time and have no problem buying these. Any decent art supply store has 'em.
       
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Sheila 2 month s ago
Kids in their '20s overcome with nostalgia. Get a life, fer Chrissake.
       
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Lorraine 2 month s ago
Sheila, I’m 58 so yeah , I remember Atari do you? Floppy disk and all
       
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Lorraine 2 month s ago
I think I’m getting old.
       
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Jerry 2 month s ago
# remember them? I've got several!
       
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Milly 2 month s ago
I have most of these and they are built alot better than the cr#p they make today
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Ivan 2 month s ago
The 90's always trying to steal other generations stuff. Polaroid didn't belong to you. Personally I thought the 90s was when the cartoons went downhill and so did the general quality of toys. I had a couple much younger siblings so yeah I got to find out first hand, but there were some good stores still around that are now long gone and sorely missed.
       
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