Time is a strange beast. One moment you think it’s still 1999/2004/2012, the next you realize you’re sitting in 2021. Confused, with no idea where the years went, there you are, busily counting how old you are on your fingers. Time doesn’t just fly by: it soars, does loop-de-loops, backtracks and fast-forwards, drips like a leaky faucet, rushes like a raging river, and delights in making you feel old and still young all at once.

Well, our team over here at Bored Panda wants time to be on our side, so we’re about to make you feel old and pine for the '90s and 2000s. Did we say ‘feel old?’ Sorry! We meant ‘feel nostalgic.’ Whoops. You’ll definitely get these memes and jokes if you remember the '90s and 2000s well, so scroll on down for a trip down memory lane, and remember to upvote the pics that you liked the most. We’d also love to hear from you what trends, technologies, and events you liked the most from that era. So be sure to leave us a comment below.

Bored Panda wanted to learn more about our nostalgia for earlier decades, so we reached out to Kemi Omijeh, a child and adolescent therapist who is based in London and is also a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Read on for her insights, dear Pandas!

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The Days Of Poor Graphics And Endless Hours Spent On These Games

The Days Of Poor Graphics And Endless Hours Spent On These Games

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Dario T.
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10 months ago

Those were the days

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Anyone Else Get Mesmerized By The Windows 95 Screensavers As A Kid?

Anyone Else Get Mesmerized By The Windows 95 Screensavers As A Kid?

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Lost soul
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10 months ago

Always 😂

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Goals

Goals

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10 months ago

Yes!!!!

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According to therapist Omijeh, our memories of the past can contribute to our sense of self and well-being. "The period of time we tend to be nostalgic over are significant moments that stood out. Perhaps it was a time when we felt happiest or safest, or perhaps it’s a period where things changed for us."

She explained that the age we were at during the era doesn't matter as much as what exactly the time period represents to us. "Our memories of the past can change over time depending on how often we revisit and also depending on what is going on for us in the present."

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Latchkey Kids Unite!

Latchkey Kids Unite!

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Liz the Wanderer
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10 months ago

Yes, when did this change? I was capable of having a snack and not dying when home alone at age 7.

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The Last Time

The Last Time

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Full of Giggles
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10 months ago

That’s deep.

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Windows 98

Windows 98

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Just a Marine Veteran
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10 months ago

It was honestly like doing drugs, haha

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Omijeh joked that "of course, the '90s was better! But then again, I may be being very biased here." The therapist pointed out that who we were during each decade will influence our impressions of it.

"Generally speaking, the better decade is associated with youth and freedom. Nostalgia also often gives us rose-tinted glasses from which to reflect from. How we reflect on the past decades can play a part in how we engage with the current decade." If you're living in the UK and would like to speak to a therapist, you can find a counseling professional through the BACP right here.

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Movie Time In School

Movie Time In School

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James016
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10 months ago

And the quality was awful as the tapes were so worn out.

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I Member...

I Member...

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Mrs_ Possum
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10 months ago (edited)

I am this old!! When I saw this pic, I literally heard the thunk of the ball hitting the pad, and the rip of taking it off to throw again.. Aah, good times 😄🤣

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Ceilings In The 90s

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karla Meixnerová
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10 months ago

Yep. I had them too :)

Anarchy (they/them)
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10 months ago

I have them on my ceiling now! I love them so much! And to be extra I put them on my walls too so I feel like I'm in the middle of a galaxy :)

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Aaron Kara
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10 months ago

Not to brag, but I had planets with dust rings. ..

Rissie
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10 months ago

Fancy!

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Foxxy (The Original)
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10 months ago (edited)

My ceiling has them now, plus I have moons too. Although they were already here when we moved in but I still get mesmerised by them lol. Funny thing is that I never had these when I was a kid and were all the rage.

Jessica Otto
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10 months ago

We have them on the ceiling in the basement, lol. They're stickers instead of the plastic ones though. Lots of glow in the dark stuff on the walls, a lava lamp, a neon sign, aaaaaand one LED color changing moon to bring it together 😂 ... we're all over thirty...

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Daria B
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10 months ago (edited)

Mine today ♡ (well, a small fraction of it anyway, but precious)

kristy sickles
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10 months ago

Maybe I'm just an old millennial, but is anyone else tired of the whole "nobody, absolutely nobody" thing" Just me? oh ok..

Tiari
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10 months ago

No, not only you. It’s okay when it makes sense, but... it doesn’t here.

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Mark Howell
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10 months ago

Had to do it for my dughter in 2004 ;o)

Zenozenobee
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10 months ago

Did it for my son when he got hid own bedroom last year ;)

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Laura Watts
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10 months ago

Mine still has them and my kids in fact for Valentine's a few years ago I did a full on constellation thing from the night me and my husband met lol

Lee Inkster
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10 months ago

Wow!

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HufflePuffleGothleGay
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10 months ago

me *looks up* "well s**t...."

Suzanne Slifer
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10 months ago

OOOO PRREHHTEEEE !!! Still Is !!! ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

[ HoneyNutAngel ]
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10 months ago

My aunt has them lol

Lunacorn
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10 months ago

I have them now and I’m gonna say it again I’m not even from the 90s.... am I secretly from the 90s.......

Bunny Girl
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10 months ago

The people who used to own our house we recently purchased had kids in the 90s, and now our guest room looks like this. (It doesn't glow tho)

Luna Lovegood
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10 months ago

I have these now!! I always wanted some but never had them, so one day I just bought them!! So calming, no regrets :))

Karin Jansen
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10 months ago

Surely who ever wrote this meant: "Everybody, absolutely everybody"

Tara Brooks
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10 months ago

I was just talking about this recently. I had these my whole life

Anna Nilsson
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2 months ago

Still have them...

Sarah Grape
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9 months ago (edited)

i love these still have one

Gilbert Soup
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10 months ago

Hopefully it’ll take a lot less than 20 years for this f*****g ‘nobody’ meme to die

NinjaWolfy94
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10 months ago

Yep xD Mine never really worked though :')

Eliza Schuyler
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10 months ago

I had them too- I was born 2007

Niall Mac Iomera
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10 months ago

Ugh. Can this "nobody" joke format just doe already? It adds absolutely nothing.

Emily
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10 months ago

I still have these as an adult in my house!!

Annalise Trevino
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10 months ago

I still have thos

Debrina Blackmoon
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10 months ago

Our daughters(20 & 18) STILL have some since they were small!

Ara Noguera
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10 months ago

I got them for my kids.

just your average introvert
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10 months ago

OMG I ALWAYS WANTED THOSE i never got them tho :'(

Mya Lugar
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10 months ago

Also still made, though I don't have them.

TimeyStuff 1,200
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10 months ago

My room's currently covered in glow in the dark stars

Allison Baker
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10 months ago

I still have them.

bi panda
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10 months ago

I have them now (again only 11)

Alyssa Fiedler
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10 months ago

lol

Crycket
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10 months ago

I am 41 and my ceiling still looks like this

Jenifer Riggs
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10 months ago

Oh man, I used to share a room with my sibling and they loved those glow in the dark stars. I had such bad insomnia because I loved to sleep in total darkness.

lovethe animals
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10 months ago

i have them

Triv
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10 months ago

We still love glow-in-the-dark things here. To decals add cameo paints and such.

Mieke Sorée
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10 months ago

Yasss!!!

Lydia Coy
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10 months ago

I was a 2007 child. Had these on my roof from ages 2-9

Marika Miettinen
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10 months ago

I still have some, but not as many as I'd want. As a kid I used to take them off the ceiling and walls every now and then (same with posters) because they were bothering me while I tried to fall asleep. There's still a few stars in the ceiling of my old room.

Katchen
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10 months ago

This reminds me of that Everclear song that goes, “she’s got pale green stars in her room.”

Sisanja Sumner
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10 months ago

At my grandma's we had a whole room dedicated to those. It would be called the "Sternchen Zimmer" (Star room) and us kids would be there at every Birthdayparty, playing hide and seek, "Mord im Dunkeln" (murder in the dark) and various other kids games. There were also some couches, mattresses and blankets so we did some dares like "can you do a summersault from this armchair to the mattress?" Was just a great time that we all miss dearly. The room is still called "Sternchen Zimmer", even though it's been renovated.

Erjenn Rejano
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10 months ago

Had them on my dresser

CaliCoast
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10 months ago

Mine still looks like that.

Nyneva Kyte
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10 months ago

that started in the 70's - at least it did in my house

AlmightyOne
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10 months ago

That is my ceiling now, actually. The stars are always falling down, though ಠ_ಠ

Leslie Burleson
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10 months ago

My daughter has them. She's 18

PinkWoot08
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10 months ago

Lol putting them on the ceiling fan if you were lucky enough to have one of those in your bedroom.

Sheila Gustafson
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10 months ago

I just found a leftover set and decided to put them around my door. They are surprisingly awesome.

Jane Ramirez
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10 months ago

That was my son's ceiling in the 80s

Bisexual gamer gurl
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10 months ago

bruh im 13 and i have these in my room for my little sister, she recently got a growth in her head so we are trying to make her happy so yea

bdunbar@kcls.org
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10 months ago

This was on my younger son's ceiling

Analyn Lahr
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10 months ago

Same.

Jessica Cifelli
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10 months ago

Mine never stayed stuck

The one and only
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10 months ago

YESSSS

PurpleUnicorn
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10 months ago

We had dinosaurs

Linda HS
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10 months ago

I still have them!!!

Arikan
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10 months ago

My son has it ^_^

Malina
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10 months ago

Best ceiling ever ... kinda miss it

My O My
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10 months ago

They are hip again

TooManyFandoms
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10 months ago

i still have them

Ms.GB
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10 months ago

I think it was illegal to not own a pack in the 90s

Henry Cheves
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10 months ago

I had that, as a kid of the 2010s

Crouching hippo hidden panda
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10 months ago

I just bought some for my daughters room. The nostalgia is strong with this one

Tabitha L
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10 months ago

YES!! Had these. Loved these. Need these again.

over it already
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10 months ago

My kids still have them!

Lovely_hobi
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10 months ago

my brother has a lamp that when turned on, the stars reflect on the ceiling

A Head
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10 months ago

That's my daughter's ceiling today.

Camila PerezDuran
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10 months ago

i have them right now

Yvonne Blau
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10 months ago

These are still a thing. My little nephews have ceilings like this

Sofiia Melnikova
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10 months ago

Brings me back to the memories of my childhood house

Arctic Fox Lover
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10 months ago

I had them in the 2000's lolol

Lauren Caswell
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10 months ago

This helped me get to sleep. My old room is my dad's office now, he got everything off except the special crescent moon. Long may it stand :)

Petra Schaap
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10 months ago

Still have them in our living room!

Bacony Cakes
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10 months ago

That's what my ceiling kinda looks like now.

GaeFrog
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10 months ago

I still have these..........

Luisa Vasconcelos
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10 months ago

Hey, that's my kids room / my room now. I mean, from a friend and her kids, yes. Ind I love it.. I mean.... They. B

Collie
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10 months ago

I have them now, too )

KoalaLa
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10 months ago

Still have these. And yes, they also moved to my new apartment :p

haha laser go brrr
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10 months ago

I want these! I've had them in the past and my life will not be complete without them

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Bored Panda previously spoke about nostalgia with therapist Omijeh in more depth. "Many psychologists, myself included, believe our childhood is the foundation to who we are as adults. It explains why we frequently revisit our childhood as it influences our present," Omijeh told Bored Panda.

According to Omijeh, the kind of childhoods that we had directly correlates to how we remember our childhood experiences. To put it simply: we’re nostalgic for the times that we felt loved and nurtured.

“If we’ve had a difficult childhood, it can be hard to feel nostalgic, instead it will feel like something we need to get over in order to move on," the therapist said.

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Pretty Much

Pretty Much

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Bobert Robertson
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10 months ago

Tiger^3

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#11

Gather Round, Children, While I Tell You Of Bath Beads

Gather Round, Children, While I Tell You Of Bath Beads

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Bobert Robertson
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10 months ago

Careful where you sit getting into the bath 😬

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Burning The Sickest Cds In The Neighborhood

Burning The Sickest Cds In The Neighborhood

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Young Minami Kotaro
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10 months ago (edited)

Ah yesss.. a little bit of Mambo no.5 in my life!!

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"Nostalgia can also be a good coping strategy for times of low mood and challenges," she detailed. However, she warned that nostalgia is only useful to a certain extent. The moment it starts interfering with our ability to be present in our everyday lives is the moment that we should start to be worried.

“If we end up comparing it to our experiences today and feeling like nothing is as good as it was, then this will inevitably affect our mood and our ability to do what we need to do," Omijeh said. “We can become stuck in our nostalgia; in which case it might be best to seek help from a counseling professional to help you process your past in order to enjoy your present,” the therapist explained. In short, it’s fine if you feel nostalgic for the 90s and 2000s, but remember to enjoy 2021, too!

#13

Good Ol' Days

Good Ol' Days

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Full of Giggles
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10 months ago

And then completed our look de jour with a choker.

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Sure Grandma

Sure Grandma

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Wilf
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10 months ago

You kids! I used to have one of those fake cassettes with a headphone wire... to play my Sony Discman...

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Fridays At Blockbuster

Fridays At Blockbuster

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Az
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10 months ago

Remember driving around to all the video shops in town to find the movie you wanted to watch?

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Earlier, Bored Panda also spoke about the changes in technologies and trends over the past few decades with Ramona Pringle, who is the Director of the Creative Innovation Studio and Associate Professor at the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University.

According to her, even if we know what trends occurred in the past, we can’t say for certain what the future will hold. “We don’t know what the future holds, and anyone who says that they do is selling snake oil. But, there are certain things we can count on: we love stories, and we love to be part of something biggest than ourselves. Be it oral storytelling, books, blogs, movies, or video games, we’ve never lost our love of narrative.”

Entertainment and connectivity, then, will continue being a vital part of our history as human beings as we move boldly (or trembling slightly from excitement and anxiety) into the future. “Equally true, even when we can’t go into a concert hall or colosseum, we look for ways to be together, connected, and part of a communal experience. The tech might change, but these will continue to be the drivers of our entertainment experiences,” Pringle said.

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Before The Days Of Internet

Before The Days Of Internet

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Madre_Dr4gnZFly
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10 months ago

yep

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Lol

Lol

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Daria B
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10 months ago

Remember when you had to play Final Fantasy in 3 or 4 separate CDs? ♡

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It Really Was

It Really Was

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Foxxy (The Original)
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10 months ago (edited)

And do you think I can remember how to fold them like that? I used to start all my letters with Hey Chicky or Hey Chicka dee and end with Catch ya round like a fruit loop.

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Pringle explained to Bored Panda that over the next decade, entertainment tech will change and improve, focusing even more on immersion and interactivity. 

“For the last decade, we’ve leaned into virtual reality because of how it enables both of these. We can step inside a world and have influence over it, and the story or experience that unfolds,” she said. “I think one of the things we can expect moving forward is, in a sense, the opposite of virtual reality. Instead, more of an enhanced reality or fictional reality, wherein the entertainment isn’t in a headset, but instead, all around us.”

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They Were The Best

They Were The Best

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Lost soul
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10 months ago

Nostalgic

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#20

How Many Of Us 90s Kids Destroyed Our Family Computer With Viruses For Free Music?

How Many Of Us 90s Kids Destroyed Our Family Computer With Viruses For Free Music?

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Willow Quinn
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10 months ago

Your youth is showing. Many of us will never forget the original. RIP Napster

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90s vs. 2019

90s vs. 2019

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10 months ago

👀

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The changes to tech have been massive, but we’ve absorbed them so well (some of us, anyway) that we sometimes don’t even notice them anymore.

“A decade ago, we didn’t talk to robots. Today, many of us do,” Pringle detailed. “Siri and Alexa are some of the more common bots, but we already interface with non-human characters regularly. As technology advances, including augmented reality and mixed reality, I think we can expect that entertainment will be something we can engage with off of the screen, but out in the world, with characters and stories we can engage with throughout the day, or throughout our houses.”

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Feeling Old

Feeling Old

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Derpy Dino
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10 months ago

xD is it a pair of Converse?(I-Robot joke)

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#23

Who Remembers These?

Who Remembers These?

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Andrew Gibb
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10 months ago

it probably used some of the power to test itself

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Lmfao

Lmfao

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Tara Brooks
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10 months ago

All inclusive high school

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The rise of e-sports is one clue that the ways that people engage one another change in unexpected and often surprising ways. “Whoever would have thought that people would pay money to watch other people play games? Media that engages us and gives us something to gather around, be it together, or virtually, is something that will always appeal to us.”

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The Late 1900s

The Late 1900s

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Annie Niemands
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10 months ago

I was born in the late 1900s, help

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The Early 2000s

The Early 2000s

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Loa Mun
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10 months ago

I believe this trend had a big come back last year or so

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#27

Pink Medicine

Pink Medicine

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Randomcthulu
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10 months ago

They still prescribe this for kids all the time.

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Pringle made some more predictions about the near future: “I think we can expect to see the ebb and flow of experiences that bring people together offline and then on screen, or online, as well. In the last few years, we’ve seen the rise of interactive and immersive venues like the museum of ice cream or the Dr. Seuss experience,”

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Crickey!

Crickey!

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Andrew Gibb
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10 months ago

don't forget to rewind the video to the beginning.

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TV Guides

TV Guides

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Foxxy (The Original)
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10 months ago (edited)

My Nanna still gets the TV guide from the Sunday newspaper and goes through it marking all the shows she wants to watch or record.

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Intense Gaming

Intense Gaming

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Lost soul
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10 months ago

Ha ha😂🤣

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She continued: “These are places we can go, with friends and family, and have a shared experience. It feeds back into our online experiences because we can share photos or memories and these environments are designed to foster that. Certainly, as we find ourselves in a time of social distancing, we’re seeing new creative ways of “being together” even when we’re apart. So I think we can expect to see entertainment that helps us connect, be it online or off, and immerses us in an experience, story, or community.”

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Proud Millennial Heritage

Proud Millennial Heritage

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kristy sickles
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10 months ago

JTT!!!

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#32

Four Square Anyone?

Four Square Anyone?

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haha laser go brrr
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10 months ago

Still a thing

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Getting Blisters

Getting Blisters

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nanashi
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10 months ago

glad my mom never bought me these even after several times asking, or I'd too experience the blisters

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The Memories

The Memories

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Randomcthulu
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10 months ago

I really miss this, got more free pizza from Bookit buttons, and their salad/pizza bars were great

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#35

Putting Bike Beads On Your Bike

Putting Bike Beads On Your Bike

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Lost soul
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10 months ago

Those were the days.

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#36

A Late 90s Classroom

A Late 90s Classroom

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Nora
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10 months ago

And I'm so ancient over here, we just had pencils and paper. Hey, remember pencil sharpeners? Those were great. Ah.. the good ole days

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#37

Where’s The Remote?

Where’s The Remote?

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IronEagle
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10 months ago

Never grew out of that - still search the house for AA's for my xbox controller because I'm to old school to get 'play and charge' kits... No TV remote batteries are safe in this house.

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#38

I Was 50% Cool In 96

I Was 50% Cool In 96

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Andrew Gibb
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10 months ago

RATM! Killing in the name of.

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The Beginning

The Beginning

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Raven Sheridan
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10 months ago

Trailer park classy!

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#40

I'm So Glad...

I'm So Glad...

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JuJu
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10 months ago

I have a big box full of photos and photographic negatives... I was the only one with a really good flash on her camera - I could blackmail them all *evil laughter*

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#41

Low Rise Jeans

Low Rise Jeans

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Isabella
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10 months ago

I love low and mediul rise jeans and hate the high waisted ones ! I am that old! :))))

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#42

This Was The Life

This Was The Life

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James016
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10 months ago

Daytime Tv for the win. When I was 13 I got very sick and was off school for half a term, about 2 months. All I could do was watch daytime tv. Thankfully MTV was still good back then

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#43

Take Me Back!

Take Me Back!

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Tara Brooks
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10 months ago

Memories

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#44

Crackin' Open A New Laser Pointer With All Those Attachments

Crackin' Open A New Laser Pointer With All Those Attachments

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Lost soul
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10 months ago

My favourite

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#45

Disappointed

Disappointed

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kristy sickles
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10 months ago

oh, lawwd

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#46

Vintage Taco Bell

Vintage Taco Bell

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James016
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10 months ago

Rad!

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#47

If You Were Raise In The 90s

If You Were Raise In The 90s

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Madre_Dr4gnZFly
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10 months ago

Dial up internet...every department store had racks full of AOL discs. ("You've got mail!")

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#48

When Someone Asks You

When Someone Asks You

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Young Minami Kotaro
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10 months ago

Hahah..

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#49

Take Your Vitamins

Take Your Vitamins

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Full of Giggles
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10 months ago

One of these things is not like the other...

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#50

Is It Haunted?

Is It Haunted?

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Chyppa Homer
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10 months ago

I was always wondering, where the hell are the spirits from the recently deceased ? How come, no ghost ever moans :"What's the wi-fi pass ?" :D

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