Posts Tagged ‘90s’

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Zen from Zen Scribbles posted an article about things she missed from her childhood. Among this list is seemingly the staples of most if not all 90’s children, so me being from the same era, I can identify. Pokemon, Gameboy, Fox Kids, Goosebumps were all my favorites when I was a kid myself. It was a nice and refreshing read to look back at a completely different era. Congratulations on Zen Scribbles for your Weekend Reblog!

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Every once in a while, I’ll see something on the internet or come across something while sorting through all my stuff that’ll make me miss the things that used to make up my childhood. Many of these things are either gone, changed drastically from when I was a kid, or else considered not appropriate for my age. I can’t help but reminiscence though. Here some things from my childhood!

1. Doll Houses

I loved playing with doll houses as a little girl. I was an only child for the better part of my childhood, and often I’d find myself playing alone. I used to love playing houses! I had two houses and a bunch of toys that could fit in them and use the furniture, and often I’d spend hours playing pretend games with them and trying to get them to go about their lives. Thinking about it now, it’s…

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Here’s your ’90s cartoon dreams crushed’ image of the day.  Taken as one of the popular rage comics memes, the collective internet has essentially put the idea that Marge Simpson and Carl Carlson have essentially done the dirty deed and out popped Gerald Johanssen.  It isn’t clear how he ended up a Johanssen or in a seemingly New York suburb so far from Springfield, but I’m sure the fan fiction is along the lines of: Marge and Carl met up and had an illegitimate child and then selling it for money, or something like that.  Regardless, the image is almost too uncanny…That hair is simply far too distinct to ignore where it genetically and rightfully comes from.

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Moviefone artists have creatively taken 90s Nicktoons and applied them to the upcoming Avengers.  Above you’ll see representatives from Rugrats, Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold, and Doug.   A creative notion that I wish I had come up with first.  See these images in higher resolution as well as their standalone pictorals at Moviefone.

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