Oh shit, son. Reminds me of when I got that game on 64. There was something I figured out. If you jump and press and hold a bunch of buttons at the same time, your upper body would flip upside down and your staff would be jabbing out of a junk pile while your legs run around. Shit was awesome, and probably one of the only legit glitches I ever found on my own.
Fuck yes I played the hell out of that game.
It came out when I was 17 and left when I was 21. Been gone for 5 years but I still miss this green stuff.
Delicious delicious chemicals! So luminous.
You're not the only one. My parents didn't allow me to install too many games on our first computer because the machine couldn't handle it, so I would sit at the computer for hours and hit the arrow keys pretending that I was navigating the maze.
Yeah, I remember having this gum. That and bubble tape, and the zebra gum.
<------- Anyway, ice cream truck.
You're not kidding. Growing up in rural West Virginia really narrowed down the list of fun things I could do growing up. Not that there's really such a thing as urban West Virginia either.
I don't see it as much though, just read the wikipedia page and it talks about how it's popularity was huge in the 90's and that they don't advertise it as much. Go figure.
When people used to go to cafes, automats and cafeterias... food in little boxes, hot and fresh. Insert money, grab a fork, meet people...
Did anyone else get these weird scholastic magazines in grade school that had books you could order, such as this fine literature? Or was that just me
Fuck yes I did. I would bring them home every month right before the book fair. My parents would be so happy that I was more interested in reading books than playing video games that they would buy me whatever I wanted. It was Scholastic and there was one other vendor but I can't remember the name right now. The other one did a lot more in the way of DIY science kits and the like.
I was in 4th/5th grade when these were popular. some people literally had 20 hooked together. eventually they were banned from school because everyone played with them all day in class. I had one, was a dinosaur thingy
used to watch this as a kid. Had the biggest crush on mary anne.
this got banned from mine. trading these were like selling drugs and got you some hard time.
fu~ck. that reminds me of something else...
The show every morning
Prepare your selfs gentleman. If you don't remember this, I feel sorry for you son, I got 99 problems but a bugdom a'int one.
i used to fap to this bitch... god i was a perv from day one son.
first exp with colored people
any one remember the generation game on uk tv?
>also basil brush motherfuckers
Yeah, just had a 16oz can a couple days ago. I'm not sure how it wound up here in San Diego, but I found on the shelf at a store where other stores send their returned or slightly damaged goods. I had to buy it, since I hadn't had it in at least 15 years.
We had something similar in Australia. It was called Home Ice Cream. Fucking loved when that truck came around. Lost my shit. There was also the soft serve ice cream truck that came around. Paid in coins that I had collected every week on the Sunday it came around. Man nostalgia trip and a half.
Seen this on some other nostalgia threads but still was one of the best
10 seconds of god tire mouth watering flavor
and 20 mins of blandness
some one do something with pic
I remember in the 3rd grade or so I'd bring a whole box of goosebumps books for reading time for other kids to borrow... One day one was missing because the box was always packed tight to contain them all and some fatass girl tried to argue that it was her book in some stupid bullshit way. The teacher took her side :/. I was from a pretty shit poor family and those books were all I really had since we didn't have cable and they were cheap in second hand stores.
People wonder why I'm a dick now.
I remember my dad brought games back in the day on multiple floppy discs. Fun times, fun games.
My niggah. I remember this series. Couldn't get enough of it when I was in school. Read every single one. I got special treatment in school so I could use the library whenever I wanted.
they used to have "flip-o-matic" pictures where you put your hand on one page and flip back and forth, usually illustrating him beating up the bad guy. shame the paper always ripped when you did it
Nah man, I forgot about it until now really. When I saw the picture I remember how much I used to enjoy it and then I remembered that shit. Kind of my whole life though, I've always gotten screwed over by that kind of bullshit I guess.
to different people, this might have good/neutral nostalgia feelings or negative/bad memories. for me, they are good.
Does ANYONE at all remember the special edition star wars lollipops that came out circa 2000 in gas stations and the like? They had fucking holograms of characters built into them or some shit and i think gum inside center. Pls help!!!!
Dad taught me how to code on this thing. Still have it, but none of the old cassettes work.
I remember the Christmas where my dad got this for me and helped me build it. I was so excited, and then I got disappointed because the rails were made cheaply and I couldn't make the cars go as quickly as I wanted.
If I could go back in time, I would beat the everloving piss out of my younger self for being such an ungrateful faggot. There's no telling how many extra hours my dad slaved away to be able to afford this for me, and I acted like an entitled, demanding cunt.
Fuck, I feel like everyone has that one memory that makes us want to go back in time and beat the ever loving shit out of our younger selves for some ungrateful act against our parents.
Nah nah nah man not those new Beyblades but the old ones were the shit
My aunties and uncles (they were only 2 years older than me) had some and I played beyblades with them every time I saw them
Holy shit the fucking nostalgia