I miss the 80's and the early 90's. I miss the lifestyle, the clothes, the music, everything. I'd do anything just to get a chance to relive those two decades again.
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The 80s and 90s? Big hair, big shoulder-pads, scary business women, glam rock and a ton of make-up...no, can't say I do.
Well, apart from Transformers anyway. And that Dungeons and Dragons cartoon...and He-Man...and Trapdoor (any UK remember that one? With Bert?)...and the Monty Python that used to be on...Kenny Everett...oh bugger it, I do get a bit nostalgic. LOLViking to the core.
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I don't feel like we're that much different from the late 90's right now.
From one of the Simpsons Halloween episodes:
"This is the new millenium. It's pretty much just like the 90's, only everybody's scared now, and the stock market is waaaaay lower."In 1945, Adolf Hilter died and went to Hell. Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" He replied, "I am responsible for the massacre of millions" Satan said, "well done, sit to the right of my throne." In 1953, Joseph Stalin died and went to Hell. Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" He replied "I killed millions to stay in power" Satan said "good, sit to my left" 2010, Ronnie James Dio died and went to Hell, Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" Dio replied, "Bitch, get the fuk off my throne!"
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Yeah, i think the cartoons from the 80s were the best ones to come out to date
Heman, the smurfs, the snorks(the smurfs underwater counterparts), COPS- fighting crime in the future time, Gi-Joe, the muppets. Those were some great times, i miss my childhood on occassion, but then i remember girls were much uglier back then so i don't miss it that much.Three important quotes to live by:
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i miss the sweet electronic music of the late 90's, those were some of the biggest beats ill ever hear.
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10-31-2005, 07:06 PM #19
I completely agree with you. I miss the early 90's so, so much. The grunge/alternative era was just incredible. It was a time that lacked all superficiality and people were able to look like and be whatever they wanted to regardless of what others thought of them. Of course, not everyone was like this, but the grunge era lit a fire that caused many to find their true sense of self. Of course, this ideal became a victim of its own popularity, and MTV and Vogue magazine took this ideal and perverted it for their own cause and then, before you knew it, grunge was dead and the Backstreet Boys were on top of the world.
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10-31-2005, 09:05 PM #24Originally Posted by siamesedreamIn 1945, Adolf Hilter died and went to Hell. Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" He replied, "I am responsible for the massacre of millions" Satan said, "well done, sit to the right of my throne." In 1953, Joseph Stalin died and went to Hell. Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" He replied "I killed millions to stay in power" Satan said "good, sit to my left" 2010, Ronnie James Dio died and went to Hell, Satan asked, "why are you in Hell?" Dio replied, "Bitch, get the fuk off my throne!"
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In reality, the late 90s sucked. Everyone rushing to see what was the latest TRL video, boy bands, bubblegum pop female singers, every person and their dog owned an online business (that usually sucked ass), morons imitating the new South Park episode, and not being able to turn on the news without hearing testimony from a woman who had sex with Bill Clinton.
You can keep the late 90s. I was too young to really be involved in the culture anytime before the late 90s.
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