taylormom79 wrote: »
When “Dirty Dancing” came out, I was the only one among my friends that was allowed to watch it. I thought I was so cool!! I was seven...
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Crafty_camper123 wrote: »
So I was at Walmart the other day, and saw they were selling Tomagatchi's. Just as they used to be too. No extra stuff added in. I was half tempted to buy one for nostalgia's sake. So I can bring to life, and forget to feed it and let it die sick and starving, over and over again...
A few more 90's goodies worth mentioning:
Scrunchies- in every color to match every outfit. Bonus points if you had a high pony tail and big bangs.
Spandex biker shorts paired with an oversized T-shirt. T-shirt tied to the side with above mentioned scrunchie.
Spandex leggings. I know leggings have made a huge comeback. So I'll mention the ones with the heel strap that popped out of the back of your shoe if you didn't put your socks over them.
Butterfly clips- in all colors clipped all over your head. You were super cool if you got the ones with the moving wings.
When Street Lights first came out!
McDonald's Hot wheels and mini barbies. I had dozens of the barbies!
Okay I'm done now... for the moment! lol.
Katiebear_81 wrote: »
Stirrup Pants! That's what we called the leggings with the heel loop. And we put scrunched up socks over top.
princess7955 wrote: »
My very bad perm.
seltzermint555 wrote: »
Oh me too on Steve Madden, lots of cute current ankle boots.
I can't do Doc Martens though. I am old school, ordered them from England in 1990 with saved allowance & babysitting money. Old school 10-hole boots. I am horrified by the newer wave of Docs and by that I include anything after about 1993! haha (no offense of course, I just don't like them personally)
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