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hah, Brave Little Toaster. :>
I would post some video games or movies or trends I liked as a kid but I realize that no one will ever be able to experience the exact flavor and texture of nostalgia I experience when I reflect back on even mundane events that happened in my life. I won't be able to experience theirs either. You wont ever know that exact feel, bro!
edit: nevermind I'm gonna post something anyway. Please tell me someone else also watched pro wrestling during this time period:
I watched wrestling for a few months, then got to see just how much it was just a soap opera/reality tv mix with guys who liked to roll around with each other while being very 'redneck'.
Biker Mice from Mars
Pinky and the Brain
Ed Edd'n Eddy
The Addams family
Cow and chicken
Oggy and the Cockroaches
Star Trek Voyager
Damn, this film. Funny story, it's rated G here - or actually "K-3", which means three years or older. I don't know what the hell the people who rated this were thinking, because Watership Down still gives me the creeps. Probably they just went "oh, it's a nice cartoon with bunnies, it must be cute and fun!" and slammed G all over it. Jesus Christ on a cracker.
On a lighter note, I absolutely adored Mary Poppins when I was a kid:
I used to be deathly afraid of The Brave Little Toaster.
This music video was shot very recently, but it still feels nostalgic to me. It just "feels" the way my childhood was like.