90s kids lived at a historical turn of the millennium, growing up during the birth and fast-paced development of the Internet. There’s a lot the younger generation will never understand.
Let’s forget what it felt like to switch from landline to dial-up and gloss over these other facts the younger generation will never understand.
Every music lover had their collection of CDs.
But it wasn’t always possible to keep your music in your pocket.
This is what school life looked like before text messaging appeared.
This rabbit was inside every cell phone.
Our favorite movies were stored on cassette tapes, and we constantly watched out for anyone who wanted to tape over them.
And, of course, in those days you had to rewind movies, and it looked like this.
When you didn’t have a smartphone and had to learn the contents of shampoo by heart.
Can you feel that smell?
No one knows why, but just about everyone had one of these.
The most mysterious character in Tom and Jerry. Everyone wanted to see her face.
These were stuck to every available part of our walls.
We recorded new music on our dictaphones and set it as a ringtone.
And we shared it with others using the IR port.
You were too tasty for this world.
The problem with home telephones that annoyed absolutely everyone.
Not everyone owned Tetris. This, however, is a different story…
When you couldn’t use the phone while the Internet was working. Remember that dial-up sound?
And who could forget these screens?