Thread: What year(s) do you hate from the 90s?

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    My pick is 1998, mainly because it was a boring year, i moved to the south, and well, it was kind of wack with the boy bands and all ( although I admit I like NSYCN and Backstreet Boys).

    What about you guys?
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by NastradumasKid

    My pick is 1998, mainly because it was a boring year, i moved to the south, and well, it was kind of wack with the boy bands and all ( although I admit I like NSYCN and Backstreet Boys).

    What about you guys?


    At least you admit to it.

    But your boy Justin Timberlake is from the south, so that ought to make it ok

    I dunno. I'd kind of like a do-over from 1994 onward. That was college, and I did a lot of idiot shit during that time that I'd sort of like to not have done.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    1999: When I was sent to boarding school, and life, as I knew it, was over.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    IDK, I lived for about 6 and a half years during the 90s, so I'll have to go with 1999, since it was the very last year of the 90s, and I didn't have some good times during that year.
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    I would have to say 1997 was the worst year for me because that was when my parents got divorced and I was only 7 years old at the time.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    1992 - 1993 because that was my first year of high school and it was horrible. I was so confused and had so much to learn. The mid to late 90s was the best with 1997 being my favorite year.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    I can't say I really disliked any year but my least favorite was 1999 for personal reasons and because of some of the changing pop culture.
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    1997 the year Rock died only to be replaced with Pop, and Rap.
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    1990. The year my sister was born.
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    1998-99, I started middle school and puberty A difficult and confusing time in probably all our lives
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    1998 was not a great year for me either. There were depressing things going on for me, my family's house got flooded and my mother's father died after getting hit with several cancers at the same time. There were maybe a few highlights here and there, not much though. I remember being very disappointed in pop culture, I especially didn't like Fastball who were all over the radio that summer and none of the bands I like put out anything of note except for a few reissues from Jefferson Airplane, The Who and Frank Zappa I didn't add to my collection till the following decade.

    1995 was mostly depressing for me till November then things quickly picked up and became great so that's the part of the year I most like to remember now.
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    I'm glad there's some people who don't think the 90s was rainbows and pony land crap. I think 1998 is really the only year I never really liked, although 1999 wasn't exactly a blast either.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    Sorry but the 1990s were amazing for me. I cant think of a year I hated from the 1990s. But I did hate 1 particular year from the 1890s! First international copyright law was passed in 1891. BOO 1891!
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    I'd say 1992 because of the L.A riots and all the racial tension that sprouted that year. Other than that,the 90s was a sexfest to me up until 1999 when I met my future wife.
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    Quote by ryanc22
    1998-99, I started middle school and puberty A difficult and confusing time in probably all our lives


    Those days were fun, man.
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    I guess I would have to say 1994 (I think that was the year). That was when my Nintendo Entertainment System got taken away from me forever along with all my games. I wish I still have that system since my parents bought it back when it was really popular which was before I was even born. I'm not sure weather or not I got my Super Nintendo that year. It's hard for me to say for sure, but I do remember having my NES taken away and I rmembered getting the SNES.
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    The grunge years.
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    I'm not a fan of the year 1999 for a few reasons of my own.
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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    I would say 1991 because the hateful bastards in school brought on a bunch of problems I didn't need with their bullying, and harassment. Plus I was stuck with some hateful teachers whose classes I didn't want to be in. And MTV was going overboard it seemed when they were showing way too many rap and hip hop videos during the afternoon when I came home from school. The problems didn't exactly stop at my door step, they sort of followed me home from school. My mom wasn't home so that didn't help.

    Also we had an explosion of gang violence in our town and schools, and too many of my school mates were wanting to be a part of gangs. One little 4 year old girl got shot by a sick psychopath that was going to my school, all because she was dressed like a little cow girl and not rap style. He and his gang pals were throwing a party next door to my apartment, and she was walking down stairs across, when one of them pointed a gun and shot her. She survived (luckily), and the police arrested those assholes, but still there was no excuse in what had happened.

    They were attacking and killing other teens and adults because being dressed in certain ways they didn't like (they just wanted others to be wearing rap/gang style), wearing the wrong color combination or certain types of clothing associated with rival gangs. That's one part of the reason I had problems, because I was a metalhead and refused wear their so called style of clothing. I was also physically attacked by a couple of assholes I thought were my friends over this. It was pretty violent and dangerous for a few years after that.

    Then I also had some other so called friends that pretty much stabbed me in the back.

    Other years that I hated were 1997 because we were evicted from our nice town home by the stupid landlord for no good reason, except that he became a crackhead. We ended up moving in one of the shittiest apartment complexes you could ever imagine, and with some of the shittiest tenants you could ever hope to live with. It had some real characters there that caused us a lot of problems.

    And 1999 because a white trash couple, (the guy was a skinny ugly jerk and his live in girlfriend a large fat assed bitch) was told I was going to call CPS on her because of how badly she was treating her baby. The problem was I didn't know anything about she was treating the baby, but the neighbors living on either side of her did. They lived in a different section far on the right, which was just one bedrooms. So how would I know?

    Their apartment was nothing but a huge over-sized biohazard, filled with mountains of rotten garbage, old unwashed clothes, used baby diapers, rotten old food and lots of roaches. I saw the inside of her apartment when I spoke to them, so that much I knew. But, she wanted to believe their stupid crackhead friends that I was still talking mess about their stupid ex-roommate, who was two timing me and playing head games two months before. I think I posted this one on this forum (not sure though), so to make a long story short I had to put up CPS constantly coming to our based on both her and her friends lies.

    Even after first visit my son was cleared and I was cleared of abuse, they kept it up and I just made sure we didn't answer the door, or we stayed gone from the apartment until evening. It didn't stop until October, when they finally moved to Oklahoma and they got off our asses.
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    • 11 years 24 days ago
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    I loved the 90s, but around 1998 signs started emerging of what came to be known as the 2000s. Rap and hip hop, etc started hitting the top 40 airwaves. Nickelodeon started its slow downhill spiral in 98 that went on until about 04-05 when it was totally ruined.

    But i still enjoyed care free days for a few more years. 9/11 was the official end to the care free days and spirit of the 90s. Life in my rural town is slow to change, so the spirit of the 90s lived on until around 2001.
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