16 Things You Will Not Quite Understand If You Were Born In 21st Century. 1990’s vs. Today!

    16 Things You Will Not Quite Understand If You Were Born In 21st Century. 1990’s vs. Today!

    16 Things You Will Not Quite Understand If You Were Born In 21st Century. 1990’s vs. Today!
    Greg
    12:11 PM EST, November 30, 2022, updated: 3:50 PM EST, December 2, 2022

    People who grew up in 1990's miss these good old days. Let us invite you to a sentimental journey back in time. Those were the days!

    #1 Copying floppies. A single game would call for several discs like this

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    Reddit/DEFXERT

    #2 A perfect comparison of two generations

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    #3 Jurassic Park from 1993 and Jurassic World from 2015. Dinosaurs are always trendy!

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    Imgur

    #4 The biggest dream of all players in 1990's

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    Reddit/RoobMacchia

    #5 Our phones only to be found in museums now!

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    Imgur

    #6 That's what you had to carry with you to listen to an album in the pre-Spotify era

    Twitter/NinjaSweatpants
    Twitter/NinjaSweatpants

    #7 And that’s how you saved your favorite music, games or photos. 700 MBs used to be impressive

    Twitter/bmaktwts
    Twitter/bmaktwts

    #8 The picture is only meaningful to those using PCs in 1990's

    Twitter/SimmerJonny
    Twitter/SimmerJonny

    #9 Fragrant erasers... Does anybody remember them anymore?

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    Reddit/darkoffice

    #10 The looped screen saving animations we would 'admire' on our desktops

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    Reddit

    #11 The cult cartoon channels we used to be glued to

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    Reddit/TheUnknown135

    #12 All the fun we had playing with marbles

    Twitter/_hbernardita_
    Twitter/_hbernardita_

    #13 Do you remember the pain?

    Twitter/simeonlie
    Twitter/simeonlie

    #14 Typing used to require a really artistic approach

    Twitter/kemar395
    Twitter/kemar395

    #15 All the time spent waiting for the message to appear. Did you ever switch it off before it was displayed?

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    Reddit/Librettofan1983

    #16 I still find it challenging to toss all the rings onto the sticks!

    Twitter/telliabear
    Twitter/telliabear

    How many things do you actually remember from your teenage years?

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