Thread: What are the 90s called?

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    • 10 years 8 months ago
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    since the internet first became a big deal in the 90s how about the 'Net 90s?
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    The Neat 90's
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    Quote by thecrow174
    The 90's can be whatever you want them to be.


    Jim Carey 90s it is then.
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    i still say xtreme.
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    Quote by Casey_Jones
    since the internet first became a big deal in the 90s how about the 'Net 90s?
    i second that
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    • 10 years 7 months ago
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    I would say it would have to be called something that deals with technology because technology really took off in the 90's.
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    Nifty Nineties
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    80's bitch.
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    Yes, Radical 90's.
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    Quote by AngryVideoGameGeek82

    Yes, Radical 90's.

    It needs to be alliterated, apparently.
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    Ok, Joeman I see what you're talking about.

    Still though, Generation Y was around, Baby Boomers were in charge then. Not to mention Generation X died down around 97, I'd say the death of grunge really killed it (95/96). Anyway, it just wouldn't be fair to name it after one generation, it was about more than just Generation X. Plus Xtreme 90s isn't really catchy at all and I don't think people would get it right away.

    Nasty-Gangster rap, start of slutty pop.

    Also Nasty could be a word for cool, I heard a lot of skaters use it in that way in the 90s.

    I really liked Net 90s, I think that symbolizes the 90s much more.
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    Quote by Felixthecat34213
    Ok, Joeman I see what you're talking about.

    Still though, Generation Y was around, Baby Boomers were in charge then. Not to mention Generation X died down around 97, I'd say the death of grunge really killed it (95/96). Anyway, it just wouldn't be fair to name it after one generation, it was about more than just Generation X. Plus Xtreme 90s isn't really catchy at all and I don't think people would get it right away.

    Nasty-Gangster rap, start of slutty pop.

    Also Nasty could be a word for cool, I heard a lot of skaters use it in that way in the 90s.

    I really liked Net 90s, I think that symbolizes the 90s much more.


    Grunge might have died off around 1997, but I say the whole X movement didn't die off until 2001 when 9/11 happened. There were parents that were fighting the system to get rid of most of the shows in the late 90s off the air because it had excessive violence, cursing, vulgaity, etc...9/11 tipped the iceberg because society finally realized that we were vunerable.

    But that is my take of it.
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    The 90's are called...


    The 90's...
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