Questions and AnswersWhat’s something that was popular in the 90s that you don’t really see now? midixxierect1 year ago431 mins What’s something that was popular in the 90s that you don’t really see now? Post navigation Previous: What movie do you enjoy that you will 100% agree is a bad movie?Next: Dog lovers in Reddit, what is the cutest dog breed? 43 thoughts on “What’s something that was popular in the 90s that you don’t really see now?” Pagers Floppy disks Snapple Pay phones Disposable cameras Tamagotchi Collect calls CDs, Napster Auto seat belts on compact cars Using the tones from the number pad to emulate theme songs. For example, 224562 on the old phones sounded like the “go go power rangers” part of the power ranger theme song from that time. JNCO Novel drinks like Orbitz with random shit floating around it made of gellan gum. pop up headlights Pogs Walkmans Windows 95 After school specials Beanie Babies. They were supposed to pay for my college! See through technology. Like the purple translucent Gameboy. Hits different. Clubs with dance battles. I don’t know, I was in elementary and middle school in the 90s but I thought my future would have a lot more dance battles in the club. SURGE! Butterfinger BB’s. When the hell did they dissappear? AOL Puka shell necklaces Sega Saturn Girls Gone Wild Slap bracelets…koosh balls Blockbuster Gateway Computers delivered in a cow box. AOL chat rooms 3 words “In Living Color” if you remeber this show man was it funny with most iconc shenane XD STAR 69 ~ *69 Super Soakers those spray painted white t-shirts with like, tweety bird wearing grills and chains. Grunge music The really big satellite dishes, my uncle had one that looked like it should be able to flag missiles from his yard. Live Action kids (preschool) TV shows, especially ones that feature puppets. There were SO MANY in the 90s when I was growing up, and I loved them. The only one I can think of that is still running is Sesame Street. It honestly seems like 99% of current shows made for preschoolers are computer animated. Waterbeds I miss these T.V. shows: Biker mice from Mars. Street Sharks. Eureka’s Castle. Captain Planet. David the gnome. Mall culture. I was such a mall rat. Encyclopedia Britannica and Encarta Video rental stores. Something about browsing for a movie by just looking at the box, was way more fun than browsing netflix. Sometimes a bizzare random movie you never heard of would catch your eye from across the room which just doesn’t happen with streaming. Optimism. Comments are closed.