Things Which Only Someone From The ’90s Will Relate To

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We live in an age of advancement. In an age of technology. And an age where everything is complicated yet simple. Everything is technical yet in everyone’s reach. You can shop online with just a click on the screen. You can talk to your relatives who life miles away with just a single touch and you can view pictures on your camera as soon as you click them. Technology and modernization have taken over our lives in every way possible.

Be it clothes, electronics or food, you get everything in a blink of an eye and you don’t even have to do anything for it. You don’t have to walk all the way to the CD store just to rent that one movie which came out months ago because now you can watch it online. You don’t have to copy those class notes from your friends because now you can just take a picture and get done with it. And the biggest thing of all, now you don’t have to wait minutes after minutes for your internet connection to connect because you have WiFi wherever you go. How easy!

Well, it was not this easy for all the people who lived through the ’90s because they had to do the total opposite of everything that you do. So if you want to be amazed and maybe be a little thankful, then keep on reading. And if you were a kid in the ’90s, then you will definitely remember all these things. So these might make you nostalgic. But it’s all worth it.

Copying all those class notes.

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Recording everything on tape.

😂 #90sKidProblems #VHS #deaththreats

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Not being able to see your pictures till you got them developed.

#90skidsproblems #90skids #todayskidswillneverknow #90skidsrule

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Rabbiya Abid

Pre-medical student who is madly in love with photography, writing and doodling along with staying in her room inside her own happy introverted bubble.

Things Which Only Someone From The ’90s Will Relate To

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