Growing up in the ‘90s, we millennials are known for our nostalgia about things that were around when we were children. A lot has changed since the ‘90s, but here’s a throwback to the past that we all miss so much...
Remember Tamagotchis? Those handheld digital pets created in Japan became a sensation among millennials practically overnight.
Remember VCRs and VHS tapes? Throwback to a time when DVDs didn’t exist. VHS tapes took up practically all the room on our television stands…not to mention that television sets in the ‘90s were not flat screen. Ordering from Blockbuster was also popular in the ‘90s until online streaming sites like Hulu and Netflix became more popular.
Remember when CDs and CD players were popular?
Prior to the iPhone, there was once a time when we carried around CDs and CD players, which we listened to primarily through large headphones.
Remember “Full House”? The TV series with everyone’s favorite family began in the ‘90s. The show was such a huge success that it ran for eight seasons. A sequel to the show was even made early this year called, Fuller House, which features most of the same cast as ‘90s children grew up watching.
Remember the flip phone?
The flip phone began to become popular in the early 2000’s. Phones such as the Nokia or the LG Razor were most popular among middle school aged children.
A cookie that you could dip in vanilla or chocolate frosting made for the perfect school snack to pack in your lunch box. These snacks, super popular in the ‘90s, are still around today
Remember Beanie Babies?
Beanie Babies were also popular in the ‘90s. The stuffed animals everyone just had to have. If you happened to collect beanie babies, you could be looking at a lot of money in your pocket. Some of the rare beanie babies can cost up to $97,000.