• Calgary, Alberta
I was born in the 80's, 90's is my childhood but I grew up in 70's and 80's pop culture because of Syndication. What I love about the 90's bands like Nirvana, Cranberries, Sound Garden, Stroke 9 and etc. What I don't like about 90's are the boybands and Britney Spears.
• United States
!969 here and I was on the double dutch team. it was so nice and oh the adventures i had in that rope. It was truly wonderful for me. I also played on the side of the parking lot. years and years we played jump rope. It's a sad disgrace what electronics do for the kids now.
• Cape Town, South Africa
Absolutely agree with you - actually I was born in the 80's yet we knew how to have proper fun without expensive electronic equipment -Oh well, we can only look back and say, we had the best times when it came to music - Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, PURE MUSIC. Something which the present generation have a very limited amount of. We also had friends who came to fetch us at our houses to play, build tree houses, proper hide and seek games. GREAT TIMES
I was born in teh 70s and I was in my teens in the 90s. I think I have enjoyed the old and the modern world a lot. I miss the old days but I still do some of the things I do in the 90s and I still listen to the music I enjoyed in the 80s and 90s.
• United States
The 90s? Hmm...I quit working at the post office, had an ovarian tumor, and graduated from college. Got to see my favorite living songwriter (John Hiatt) for the first time and my all-time favorite rock songwriter (Warren Zevon) for the final time. Pretty uneventful decade.