Can't stop laughing!! It's true!!

35 things I will tell my kids about and then feel old. playing on the computer ment playing on paint bc that's all there was and mom was on the phone so the internet didnt work. Oh the good ol days

Only True 90s Kids Will Understand

Things that kids realize. Seriously so true, this is my childhood. OMG I remember every one of these

I had like all of these when I was a kid hhaha

these are all so true! Except the gum and the wonderball for me. The rest define my childhood.

Disney Channel original movies at it's prime.

Disney Channel Original Movies aka my childhood + Nostalgic moment.Old Disney Channel was so good. I miss all of these movies!

I think lots of people will agree this is one of the best games ever

Operation-you had to have a steady hand-it taught me that I would never be a play with their dad's game ( cr)

True story

Does anyone else remember Zoog Disney? better than the crap that's on Disney now!

I just realized that some of 2016-possibly, 2017, that they are coming back. WOAH.

90's forever!

Makes you miss your childhood like crazy. When was the last time I even had French Toast Crunch?

If you're from the 90s (or early 2000s) and you know it, clap your hands!

Do you remember these…

Funny pictures about Do you remember these. Oh, and cool pics about Do you remember these. Also, Do you remember these.

Nokia - my first cell phone

if you had a cell phone it was really just a cordless phone that you could play snake on Me: This is almost (or actually) identical to my first cellphone . but I never played this "snake" people refer to .

I loved these- water weenies- 80s. The only thing these did was teach me how to given an AWESOME....well, you know what I am talking about.

kid lmao so true! Most disturbingly fun object of my did parents think this was OK?

The book fair! !!

Funny pictures about Scholastic book fair. Oh, and cool pics about Scholastic book fair. Also, Scholastic book fair.

When I was a kid, I dreamed of being a contestant on this show ... and subsequently, may or may not have played this game at Walmart with friends during college.

Super Market Sweep, another great game show that I wanted to be on!

When I was growing up in the '90s, pogs were everywhere. Every kid had at least a few and if you asked them if they wanted to play, the first thing you'd hear is "for fun or for keeps?" It was collecting, trading, a game, and gambling all wrapped up...

And the big plastic ones were called Slammers. You stack your pogs with your oponent. You slapped your slammer on their stack of pogs and you kept whatever pogs fell of the stack. I never plaid but Lord did I have a lot of pogs and slammers.