Thread: 90's kids: Tell me about a typical Saturday

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    • 4 years 8 months ago
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    While I was in grade school, my parents signed me up for sports. First was T-ball. Even with the simplicity of striking a stationary target, I was not good at the game. Even when I could hit the ball hard and true enough, I was not exactly a skilled runner. After a couple of years of that, they had me try soccer. There I was able to hide my lack of abilities by being on a team, but I still wanted to be home watching cartoons instead.

    When I got older and my parents would consent to let me do what I wanted, I would: play Nintendo, go to my friend's house and play Nintendo or put coins on the railroad tracks, go to the movie theater, music store, and/or comic book store. I would also work at my job but that is naturally less fondly remembered.


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      While I was in grade school, my parents signed me up for sports. First was T-ball. Even with the simplicity of striking a stationary target, I was not good at the game. Even when I could hit the ball hard and true enough, I was not exactly a skilled runner. After a couple of years of that, they had me try soccer. There I was able to hide my lack of abilities by being on a team, but I still wanted to be home watching cartoons instead.

      When I got older and my parents would consent to let me do what I wanted, I would: play Nintendo, go to my friend's house and play Nintendo or put coins on the railroad tracks, go to the movie theater, music store, and/or comic book store. I would also work at my job but that is naturally less fondly remembered.


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        sometimes i went round to a school friends house and we use to do things like play video games, play outside, play wrestling with his action figures i can't remember what wrestlers he had now
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          sometimes i went round to a school friends house and we use to do things like play video games, play outside, play wrestling with his action figures i can't remember what wrestlers he had now


          Any movies you used to watch your friends or music you guys would dance to that'd be cool to share
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            My mom would wake me sometime around 7:30 or 8. I would get up and watch Power Rangers and eat a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. I would have to wait until about 10AM to call my friends so not to piss their parents off. So I would probably just play with action figures in my room. When my friends were able to come out we would ride bikes outside if it was a nice day, if it wasn't they would come over to my house since I was the only one with a Sega Genesis (everyone else had SNES, and let's face it, the Genesis had BLAST PROCESSING!) we would play Sonic mostly. For lunch it was PBJ and Kool-aid almost 95% of the time. My dad would get home from work around 3 and my friends would go home to their houses. Dinner at my house was always random. I would vote for McDonalds or Pizza Hut. Pizza Hut was a fairly common thing. After dinner I would play in my room or me and my Dad would go to Blockbuster I would usually rent a Sega Game and a movie (my parents arn't much for movies) but if we didn't do that I was watching WWF Shotgun Saturday Night. Went to bed around 10. That;s about it.
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              My mom would wake me sometime around 7:30 or 8. I would get up and watch Power Rangers and eat a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. I would have to wait until about 10AM to call my friends so not to piss their parents off. So I would probably just play with action figures in my room. When my friends were able to come out we would ride bikes outside if it was a nice day, if it wasn't they would come over to my house since I was the only one with a Sega Genesis (everyone else had SNES, and let's face it, the Genesis had BLAST PROCESSING!) we would play Sonic mostly. For lunch it was PBJ and Kool-aid almost 95% of the time. My dad would get home from work around 3 and my friends would go home to their houses. Dinner at my house was always random. I would vote for McDonalds or Pizza Hut. Pizza Hut was a fairly common thing. After dinner I would play in my room or me and my Dad would go to Blockbuster I would usually rent a Sega Game and a movie (my parents arn't much for movies) but if we didn't do that I was watching WWF Shotgun Saturday Night. Went to bed around 10. That;s about it.


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                Watched cartoons
                Watched wrestling
                Played video games/with my toys
                Went out to eat then to either the arcade and/or a movie.
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                  Watched cartoons
                  Watched wrestling
                  Played video games/with my toys
                  Went out to eat then to either the arcade and/or a movie.


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                    I remember I would watch Fox Kids from 1994 up to 2002 just before Fox Kids would come to a end. I remember watching Killer Tomatoes, Goosebumps, Spider-Man, Swamp Thing, X-Men, Eek! The Cat, Fantastic Four, Power Rangers, The Magic School Bus, Beast Wars, Digimon 1-3, Toonsylvania, Dinozaurs, Godzilla: TAS, and Monster Rancher. There might be more, but I could be forgetting more.

                    I stopped watching Saturday morning TV around 2005 since KidsWB! was going down hill seeing that they were playing more filler episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh. At that point, I just go watch fan subs of the Yu-Gi-Oh anime instead.
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                      I remember I would watch Fox Kids from 1994 up to 2002 just before Fox Kids would come to a end. I remember watching Killer Tomatoes, Goosebumps, Spider-Man, Swamp Thing, X-Men, Eek! The Cat, Fantastic Four, Power Rangers, The Magic School Bus, Beast Wars, Digimon 1-3, Toonsylvania, Dinozaurs, Godzilla: TAS, and Monster Rancher. There might be more, but I could be forgetting more.


                      I stopped watching Saturday morning TV around 2005 since KidsWB! was going down hill since they were playing more filler episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh. At that point, I just go watch fan subs of the Yu-Gi-Oh anime instead.


                      I stopped watching Saturday Morning tv when I was 14
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                          Although I'm technically a 2000s kid (born in '98), a Saturday morning for me in the early 2000s (we're talking 2000-2002 as far as I can remember), mainly consisted of me waking up and watching Blue's Clues. From there, I would just watch whatever was on while eating sugary cereal.
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                            Although I'm technically a 2000s kid (born in '98), a Saturday morning for me in the early 2000s (we're talking 2000-2002 as far as I can remember), mainly consisted of me waking up and watching Blue's Clues. From there, I would just watch whatever was on while eating sugary cereal.

                            "Do you see a clue?"
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                              Although I'm technically a 2000s kid (born in '98), a Saturday morning for me in the early 2000s (we're talking 2000-2002 as far as I can remember), mainly consisted of me waking up and watching Blue's Clues. From there, I would just watch whatever was on while eating sugary cereal.

                              "Do you see a clue?"


                              "A clue! A clue!" XD
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                                Although I'm technically a 2000s kid (born in '98), a Saturday morning for me in the early 2000s (we're talking 2000-2002 as far as I can remember), mainly consisted of me waking up and watching Blue's Clues. From there, I would just watch whatever was on while eating sugary cereal.

                                "Do you see a clue?"


                                "A clue! A clue!" XD

                                I rewatched a few of the Steve episodes a few years back and still find that they hold up.
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                                  Depends on what part of the 90s.

                                  Early 90s. Wake up, eat cereal watch tv until noon then go out with my friends to ride bikes, build forts, play hide and seek etc.

                                  Mid 90s. Wake up around noon, shower, find something to eat. Go out with friends to just sit around and smoke.

                                  Late 90s. Wake up around 5am, shower, get on the bus to work, spend my day cooking and cleaning for people I hated until 9pm then take the bus home.
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                                    Depends on what part of the 90s.

                                    Early 90s. Wake up, eat cereal watch tv until noon then go out with my friends to ride bikes, build forts, play hide and seek etc.

                                    Mid 90s. Wake up around noon, shower, find something to eat. Go out with friends to just sit around and smoke.

                                    Late 90s. Wake up around 5am, shower, get on the bus to work, spend my day cooking and cleaning for people I hated until 9pm then take the bus home.

                                    That mid 90s one was me in 2014.
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                                      Quote by YuYuYuuki

                                      That mid 90s one was me in 2014.


                                      If you've ever seen the movie "Kids". That was pretty much our lives at the time. minus the rape, aids and little kids
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                                        Quote by Casey_Jones
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                                        That mid 90s one was me in 2014.


                                        If you've ever seen the movie "Kids". That was pretty much our lives at the time. minus the rape, aids and little kids

                                        Never seen it, but will watch it! I used to get stoned off my ass and play Kirby a few years ago. Definitely an experience.
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                                          Quote by YuYuYuuki
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                                          Quote by YuYuYuuki

                                          That mid 90s one was me in 2014.


                                          If you've ever seen the movie "Kids". That was pretty much our lives at the time. minus the rape, aids and little kids

                                          Never seen it, but will watch it! I used to get stoned off my ass and play Kirby a few years ago. Definitely an experience.


                                          Made in 95 when I was a teen. You can watch the whole thing here
                                          The class is Pain 101. Your instructor is Casey Jones.
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