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    90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]







    Life really was different, we would go outside and play until it got dark. We could walk 10 steps without pulling a device out of our pocket to hold and sheepishly scroll through. We had an opportunity to really live life to it's fullest because we weren't concerned about what was going on in an online forum. We had a chance to find relief from the trials/bullying/conflicts instead of getting reminded every 45 seconds on a news feed.


    You talked to people, you passed notes, friend requests were made in person and probably during a pokemon battle.




    The internet is a beautiful thing, but so was life before it.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    My first internet experience was via command line driven Telnet.


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    My first experience was Netscape Navigator at school. It's funny because I had that exact same bowl cut haircut.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Still not downloading IE though

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I was at college at the time they launched Microsoft Windows in 22nd of May 1990.

    We used the surf for stuff like nasa.gov or this place on the "net" that sold cds can't recall what it is anymore by invoking telnet and giving an 'address' and do a line by line username and pswd procedure, all across a very slow net work......

    At home I had a 9600 baud modem, A4 sized about an inch and a half thick. It would take on average about 2 minutes to do the handshakes and get you logged into your service provider. It was lots of time wasted!


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    I was at college at the time they launched Microsoft Windows in 22nd of May 1990.

    We used the surf for stuff like nasa.gov or this place on the "net" that sold cds can't recall what it is anymore by invoking telnet and giving an 'address' and do a line by line username and pswd procedure, all across a very slow net work......

    At home I had a 9600 baud modem, A4 sized about an inch and a half thick. It would take on average about 2 minutes to do the handshakes and get you logged into your service provider. It was lots of time wasted!
    And you try and tell the young people of today that, they won't believe you.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    And when the kids of today grow up they will say that their childhood was better than those to come. get a grip.
    You show courage the brave dream of

    Gallop on my old warhorse

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I love the 90's. It was the year that I am born. I love tomaguchi They are like the "it" thing during that time. I remembered all the popular boys in school has them and I begged my parents so badly to buy me on of them just so I can hang out with the popular boys lol.

    But internet that time is such a bitch though. Dial-ups My parents always call back everyday to check what we are doing. And usually when the internet is on dial-up the phone line will not be usable.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    I was at college at the time they launched Microsoft Windows in 22nd of May 1990.

    We used the surf for stuff like nasa.gov or this place on the "net" that sold cds can't recall what it is anymore by invoking telnet and giving an 'address' and do a line by line username and pswd procedure, all across a very slow net work......

    At home I had a 9600 baud modem, A4 sized about an inch and a half thick. It would take on average about 2 minutes to do the handshakes and get you logged into your service provider. It was lots of time wasted!
    And then you got kicked offline by your ISP every 60 mins and had to redial

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    lol I remember those. (I learned on a manual typewriter, btw.)
    I'm glad I'm not the only one!

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    They gave us a CD, that pre-pointed us to AOL Dialup. I can still hear those screeches in my mind.

    I loved every minute of it. I very quickly got addicted to AOL chat, which, at the time, had 20 million members.

    AOL lies on its deathbed these days.
    I have my smartphone set to say "You've Got Mail!" whenever I get new email. I still had my original AOL email account from the 90s up until about a year ago when somebody hacked in and sent a bunch of spam...

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Nice commercial but fuck Microsoft, Internet Explorer and fuck shitty Windows 8.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Yes!!!

    I saw this the other day. It almost made me cry. I love it.

    Can I just say that I loved my light up sneakers. They looked amazing at night while playing outside.

    This little boy stole my nano pet and my parents had to buy me a new one

    The Yo-Yo was my enemy.

    I thought that those little hard floppy disks were amazing technology.

    I never got those pump up sneakers, but I wanted them SOOO BAD.

    I had a couple of fanny packs and....

    I loved my colorful Lisa Frank folders.

    Those were the days.
    Last edited by MissAnne; January 31st, 2013 at 09:44 AM.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    hold up right there, bro. aren't you 19 or 20 years old or something like that? that would mean that you were born in 93 or 92. were you even old enough to have a working memory to remember the 90s like that? i'm sick of hearing people born in the 1990s talking about how life was in the 1990s. it's annoying as fuck to see a 19, 18 or 20 year old fronting like they're in their 30s talking about how life was in the 90s then they turn around making fun of people born in 1979 or 1967 calling them old and grandpa. i know you were one of the people talking bad about how it would suck being old and on people that are in their 30s and 40s awhile back BUT yet you want to have the mind of an old person. fuck outta here being born in 1993 talking about how life was in the 90s. you ain't old enough.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I loved the 90s. I had the happiest childhood a kid could ask for, and the analogue age was way more awesome than the digital one...
    That we are capable only of being what we are, remains our unforgivable sin.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I wonder how many times I have actually said "All That" as a child. Honestly I said it a couple of months ago and I paused as soon as it came out of my mouth.

    It was so weird LOL.



    I think that Nick knew what they were doing when they put up this block. Yes, people have been asking for it but they also knew that the fans from back in the day would be graduating, unemployed and therefore able to stay up and watch Doug 2 oclock in the morning.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by youngoutlaw View Post
    . Would I want to be growing up in this current climate? No way, children are trying so hard to be adults they aren't enjoying being children.
    Agreed.






    I feel like the kids dress like adults now.

    However, Im sure that someone could find a picture of a 90's tv show that was similar to the PLL style of dress and attitude.

    This comes close



    I was 11 when 90210 ended. When I did watch, I remember it being pretty sexy. I suppose it wasn't for my age group though.

    I will say that TV is more inclusive now. Its more racially and religiously diverse and people actually recognize teen LGBT.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by youngoutlaw View Post
    The 90s were an amazing time to grow up. It was a time before parents were constantly worrying about paedophiles and their children having underage sex or drinking. The television shows were also far superior, every day after school my sister and I would rush home to watch Saved by the Bell and watch all the cheesy teeny bopper shows.

    I remember the 90s fondly but everyone remembers the generation they grew up in fondly. Would I want to be growing up in this current climate? No way, children are trying so hard to be adults they aren't enjoying being children.
    For me that was the 80's!
    And I still got to drive a car without a seatbelt and air bags as well as ride a motorcycle wearing nothing but the hair on my head. And wow..... I am STILL alive!!

    But every decade had it's own unique offerings. I was running a TRS model 100 at 300 baud in the 80's dialing into BBS's. ALL TEXT, guys! I could almost type at 300 baud!

    I wonder if anyone here remembers cliffside park or club 100?

    The 90's were cool... things were beginning to pick up speed technologically. It was still fun and I make some serious bank as a Technician. Got my first cell phone! Oooo.... ! And they cost a grip at the time.
    I felt like a baller with that thing hanging on my belt.

    In 2k things began to kind of go downhill... the whole country changed after 9/11. It never really stopped and here we are now. Hope it get's better again.

    Like I said, every decade was kind of unique.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    ^The 90s really were very good years economically. Clinton got elected President, and the economy really boomed.

    I see some of the nostalgia about those days as fitting and appropriate.
    Yeah, say what you will about Clinton, but money was good. It was easy to find a good job that paid good wages.
    People could afford things.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    The 90s was the best decade of all time. Ever

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    True. The Clinton surplus had a lot to do with the technology boom.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by MissAnne View Post
    True. The Clinton surplus had a lot to do with the technology boom.

    These feels

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Anyone noticed the voice in the video?
    He is a poet in the Obama inauguration ?


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    "But at least trolls were still friends."

    Do Pokémon cards fall into this?

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    "But at least trolls were still friends."

    It hit me hard too


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I remember when a pack of beef hotdogs was a dollar. Today they are 5 dollars. Burger King whoppers use to be a dollar but there wouldn't be any cheese so we added slices of cheese when we got home. LOL I use to love 90's commercial. Mentos was my favorite.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by AshyPhoenix View Post
    Did you notice that everything in this 90s advert was aimed at children who were under 12? I sincerely doubt someone who was a teen in the 90s would have been interested in anything in this ad.
    you have a point but i would say that there's a huge generation gap between the 80s babies and the 90s babies where there's a cut off period for the 90s kid. i would say that the limit for a 90s kid would be about 1991. anybody born after that can't really call themselves a 90 kid. i just think it's annoying to hear a bunch of folks born in 1992, 1993 and etc talking about how life was back in 1992 and 1993 calling themselves 90 kids. huh? since when did babies and toddlers become kids? i'm seriously supposed to take someone's input on how life was back in 1996 and 1997 when they were born in 1992? it makes no sense.

    another thing that's annoying is hearing 90 babies whine about how things are bad now talking about how easy things were in the 90s. huh? it's like they forgot that they wouldn't have any internet, smart phones, or any of the things that they take for granted today. like do folks want to take it back to looking into library catalogs, reading newspapers, typewriters, sega genesis, super nintendo and all of that and say those times are better than now. HELL NO especially considering how crazy things were back then. i'd rather stay in 2013. things are a whole lot better now.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by legend145 View Post
    I remember when a pack of beef hotdogs was a dollar. Today they are 5 dollars. Burger King whoppers use to be a dollar but there wouldn't be any cheese so we added slices of cheese when we got home. LOL I use to love 90's commercial. Mentos was my favorite.


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    Me: MOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by AshyPhoenix View Post
    Did you notice that everything in this 90s advert was aimed at children who were under 12? I sincerely doubt someone who was a teen in the 90s would have been interested in anything in this ad.
    Now that you mention this, I remembered a lot of toy ads too. I think these days I hardly saw any toys ad in the TV. Kids are hardly interested in them when all sorts of console games are out here.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    Now that you mention this, I remembered a lot of toy ads too. I think these days I hardly saw any toys ad in the TV. Kids are hardly interested in them when all sorts of console games are out here.
    You know... that's true! I did notice that there are almost no toy ads on TV any more. Not even near Christmas!
    TV used to be flooded with exiting new toys in the 80's and 90's. Wow...

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    Now that you mention this, I remembered a lot of toy ads too. I think these days I hardly saw any toys ad in the TV. Kids are hardly interested in them when all sorts of console games are out here.
    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Tech View Post
    You know... that's true! I did notice that there are almost no toy ads on TV any more. Not even near Christmas!
    TV used to be flooded with exiting new toys in the 80's and 90's. Wow...

    Do you guys still watch cartoon network and power rangers? I feel like after a certain age we start watching more MTV, Discovery, TLC, Network TV ect ect. Toy Ads would be a waste of money on those channels at nearly all time slots because kids are not watching that.


    Just a guess, I'm thinking that if we spent more time watching nick Jr and Disney kids we'd see more ads geared towards them.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    ^ Because no one knows how to play any more.

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    I think my first Internet experience was with prodigy early 90's. Our computer harddrive was megabytes. I remember my parents getting a huge bill from them after they started charging to use the message boards.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Ultimate 90s word--"snert"

    Does anybody remember what a snert was?

    Hint: we have some snerts here on JUB.
    Ahhh, yes....

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    speaking of the 90s. people often mention the same old things, tv shows and etc. there's some things that folks forgot about but i know folks know this.







    usa network used to be the shit for a second in the 90s. i think they used to air some softcore porn on late night too because i remember seeing some movie with some women riding some horses looking like the beginning of a porno. correct me if i'm wrong though.

    remember when the discovery channel, the learning channel, a&e, the history channel and all the education channels actually used to have good tv shows that were worth a damn before they were taken over by reality shows the last decade.












    can't forget about playing around with the cable box to see warped porn on the spice channel, playboy channel and pay per view wrestling events. the old comcast cable box.

    and local tv was actually worth watching too. it's not like that anymore.

    watching tgif and then 20/20 back when barbara walters and hugh downs used to host it together.

    can't forget about headline news when it used to air news 24/7 before it turned into something else.
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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Mess @ Ya'll trying to make your own compliations of the 90s


    Microsoft's ad's wig remains intact.

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I loved being a 90s Kid!

    I remember the pogs/slammers...my older siblings used to play with them all the time.

    I used to get so scared of "Are You Afraid of the Dark":



    The good ol' days. I grew up watching Nickelodeon and Snick. I remember being attracted to Josh Server in All That, even as a kid:



    Other Nickelodeon 90s gems as a kid:






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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I remember that I had to use the 'park' command right at the end if I wanted to turn the computer off.

    It was known as 'parking the disk'.


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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Tech View Post
    You know... that's true! I did notice that there are almost no toy ads on TV any more. Not even near Christmas!
    TV used to be flooded with exiting new toys in the 80's and 90's. Wow...
    I know right! I can't believe I am saying this. But I actually miss those toys ads! At least even back then they still have ads for McDonald's Toy set thing like toy of the week etc when they are promoting a movie/ animation. I can't remember the last time I actually saw such an ad . Irony that even though animation are getting more popular, toys are no longer as popular.

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Do you guys still watch cartoon network and power rangers? I feel like after a certain age we start watching more MTV, Discovery, TLC, Network TV ect ect. Toy Ads would be a waste of money on those channels at nearly all time slots because kids are not watching that.


    Just a guess, I'm thinking that if we spent more time watching nick Jr and Disney kids we'd see more ads geared towards them.
    I haven't watch cartoon network In a while. I think almost few years ago. I remember they have ads for those pony pet things or those fancy barbie set toys. That's true these days i watch more Tv shows. Still some anime once in a while when I am in the mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    hold up right there, bro. aren't you 19 or 20 years old or something like that? that would mean that you were born in 93 or 92. were you even old enough to have a working memory to remember the 90s like that? i'm sick of hearing people born in the 1990s talking about how life was in the 1990s. it's annoying as fuck to see a 19, 18 or 20 year old fronting like they're in their 30s talking about how life was in the 90s then they turn around making fun of people born in 1979 or 1967 calling them old and grandpa. i know you were one of the people talking bad about how it would suck being old and on people that are in their 30s and 40s awhile back BUT yet you want to have the mind of an old person. fuck outta here being born in 1993 talking about how life was in the 90s. you ain't old enough.
    LOL~ YOU GO, BOY! Give em hell!

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    Re: 90s Nostalgia ad from Microsoft (So many feels) [For us 90s kids]

    I was born in 85. I remember the toys I had as I got older. Nintendo, Sega, Tamagachi, my Creepy Crawlers Oven which you poured the rubber goo into hot molds and grew gross creepy crawly rubber bugs (burned the crap out of myself on that one, a lot)

    But we weren't real big on the technology gadgets in our home. Parents still stressed that there were too many things to do out in the real world, for me and my brothers and family. Fishing, boats, hunting, swimming, trail riding, horses, etc.

    But I still can recall the times though, especially when I see ads like that one and others. It's fun to stop for a few minutes and go back. And what a different world it is today though, just in the short time from when I was a kid and a teenager.

    I'd say if I had to choose between being a kid or a teenager today or back in my time period when I was those ages, I'd go back in time. Things were simpler, easier, FRIENDLIER!
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    1990

    We upgraded our computers at work to Windows 3.0.

    The first Gulf War. We kicked ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Any mention of 90's emergency/rescue shows should include THIS:



    *goosechillbumpballgasm*
    that theme song is .
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Quote Originally Posted by dereperez View Post

    OMG!!! Ren and Stimpy was INSANE!!

    The whole family was glued to the TV for that one.

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    I really hated Ren and Stimpy.

    Even as a child, I found it gross.

    I remember one episode in particular that turned me off forever. One of them, I think that it was Stimpy had been picking his nose and putting the boogers underneath the coffee table. He turned it over to show Ren and said "I picked them for you". I was sick.

    Little me was so done.
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    Oh my gosh, I found it...I had some of the language wrong.




    BLEH
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissAnne View Post
    I really hated Ren and Stimpy.

    Even as a child, I found it gross.

    I remember one episode in particular that turned me off forever. One of them, I think that it was Stimpy had been picking his nose and putting the boogers underneath the coffee table. He turned it over to show Ren and said "I picked them for you". I was sick.

    Little me was so done.
    I agree. It was always my understanding that it was a show that was really meant to be watched while high or on shrooms or something... I didn't see the appeal otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissAnne View Post
    I really hated Ren and Stimpy.

    Even as a child, I found it gross.

    I remember one episode in particular that turned me off forever. One of them, I think that it was Stimpy had been picking his nose and putting the boogers underneath the coffee table. He turned it over to show Ren and said "I picked them for you". I was sick.

    Little me was so done.
    lol, Ren and Stimpy was always very creepy and awkward, but that was sorta the appeal for me. It was just so way out there and random. Years later, a lot of the banter and stuff on the show, I realize, are adult "jokes" that they tried to stick in there, and somehow the editors allowed for them to be broadcast to children.

    I also really enjoyed Rocko's Modern Life and Doug.



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    Doug is the greatest cartoon next to Rugrats and the Wild Thornberrys

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    Quote Originally Posted by dereperez View Post
    lol, Ren and Stimpy was always very creepy and awkward, but that was sorta the appeal for me. It was just so way out there and random. Years later, a lot of the banter and stuff on the show, I realize, are adult "jokes" that they tried to stick in there, and somehow the editors allowed for them to be broadcast to children.

    I also really enjoyed Rocko's Modern Life and Doug.




    Yes Ren & Stimpy has always been really disturbing for me. Some of the things they do are just so gross and wrong. Nickelodeon always had all these odd bizarre shows. CatDog etc.

    Thanks for the link to the Rocko's modern life! I was trying to recall some cartoon that has a kangaroo but cant' remember the name.
    I like doug



    Does anyone watch Madeline? I like that show last time because of their very stylized drawing.
    I like their French accents. It was so fancy to me last time lol.

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    Oh, Jason.

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