Any given day of mine in the 1990’s | How Bizarre

For some reason, the theme from Top Gear was stuck in my head all day long. I decided to find it on youtube- a terrible decision..

Because I can’t stop finding 90’s related things now. Here are some videos of shows I once watched, toys I once owned, and games I once played (well, I still do play some of them thanks to this handy download). Some music that I remember being on the radio is sprinkled in (the 90’s- the only time I ever actually listened to the radio). If you think you won’t be interested in this, then go to another blog where they’re posting stuff from the boring 2000’s, pfsh. I’m almost certain I’ve mentioned this before- but what an underrated decade.

Ask yourself the following:

How and why were pogs so entertaining?

Can you still buy Mondo?
Why was Ren & Stimpy such a great cartoon (and how on earth did parents let their kids watch it)?
Is Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest the best video game ever invented?
Is Action League Now the best stop motion show ever created?
Did anyone ever really ever use their Skip-it?
Isn’t rap better sounding without auto-tune?
Why did Wakko (from Animaniacs) sound like Ringo Starr [see below video]?
Did anyone ever stretch their Stretch Armstrong out enough to actually break his arms?
What ever happened to Sugar Ray?

If, like me, you were born around 1990, had cable, and played too many video games, then the following should seem at least somewhat familiar.

[technically 1988, but I remember watching it in grade school]

And lastly, this is technically from 1984- but I remember watching it as a kid.

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3 Responses to “Any given day of mine in the 1990’s | How Bizarre”

  1. Ricky Says:

    I am fully erect while reading this. No Goosebumps? I found a torrent once that had an entire TGIF lineup from the 90s completely intact with commercials and all. I have to show you.

  2. J.J. Kaye Says:

    Without Family Matters and Wave Race 64, I would have never made it to this point in my life. Thank you for reminding of all the precious little things.

  3. Ace Says:

    This makes my brain melt with nostalgia.

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