38 Childhood Things Millennials Will Immediately Get, But Gen Z'ers Won't At All
LBH, '90s kids > every other decade.
Goosebumps books, which you loved, but also low-key gave you the creeps:
This classic, which you read over and over:
These clackers that you would get in every birthday party goodie bag and that you annoyed the heck out of your parents with:
Tamagotchi — the first thing that you truly felt responsible for, which would also cause you so much stress:
The Magic Eye book series that got you frustrated AF when you couldn't see the hidden images:
These markers that you primarily used to make homemade ~tattoos~:
The Rainforest Cafe, which was the coolest place you could eat at:
And Discovery Zone, the best place you could celebrate a birthday at:
The Hercules plates...
...and Batman Forever cups, which you would ALWAYS use to eat off of and drink out of:
Arguably the best cartoon block ever: The Disney Afternoon.
The best way to read books, magazines, and comics: Sitting on the dirty carpet of a Barnes & Noble (which, eek!).
Owning a portable CD player that you protected at all costs 'cause they were pricey:
Owning one of these sand-filled, glittery, rainbow lizard toys:
Collecting Beanie Babies just 'cause you thought they would make you rich one day:
The original way to binge-watch old TV shows: Nick at Nite's Block Party Summer.
And the ultimate Saturday night plans: Snick.
The excitement of going into KB Toys...
...Warner Bros. Studio Store...
...and The Discovery Channel Store whenever you went to the mall:
The Nickelodeon Radio Alarm Clock, which was design goals aesthetic:
Brain Quest cards, which made learning fun:
Disney VHS tapes, which was your original Disney+:
And Disney Sing Along Songs tapes, which was the original YouTube:
Wooden playgrounds that were usually full of wasp nests and splinters:
The Disney Golden Sound Story books, which, really, it was just about pressing the buttons more than actually reading along to it:
Rainbow Road on Mario Kart 64, which would make your palms sweaty just thinking about it:
And the N64 Rumble Pak, which was a cause of many fights between you and your siblings over who got to use it while playing:
These albums that played at every friend's birthday party you went to:
Friendship bracelets, which you would wear until they fell apart:
Bubble Beeper gum, which was not good, but you bought it just for the case:
The creepy spokesperson from the Perfection commercial who looked like something straight out of Are You Afraid of the Dark?:
Gameboy Color and the eye strain you got from playing it (especially in the dark):
This screensaver, which you were seriously entertained by:
And the underwater screensaver, which you could stare at for, like, hours 'cause you thought looked it so real:
The emotional investment you felt toward Steve Urkel and Laura from Family Matters...
...and Cory and Topanga from Boy Meets World:
And lastly, Furbies, which would basically give you a heart attack when they would start talking randomly in the middle of the night:
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF