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(Buzzfeed)   If you grew up in the nineties, here are fifteen ways Nickelodeon managed to scar you for life   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 60
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2013-01-06 03:19:44 AM

Fano: PainInTheASP: Meh, the eighties had their moments too.  Like making a psychotic serial killer/cannibal head cook of a teen hangout.

/RIP, you hilarious sumbiatch.

Don't forget the dungeon master and the firing squad commedante


Les Lye was a hero of children's television, and I will fight to the death anyone who ever says otherwise.
 
2013-01-06 03:21:42 AM

Insurgent: This is kinda related.

Anyone here see any of those newish Ren & Stimpy episodes that were aired on SPIKE TV? That shiat is scarring.


Thanks for unblocking those memories. Those were TERRIBLE. They only confirmed that John K. is at his best when he's on a leash. When he's given free reign, he drives the bus off the cliff.
 
2013-01-06 03:27:44 AM
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2013-01-06 10:24:11 AM

Rubber Biscuit: From what I can discern, no one who grew up in the nineties ever became an adult. All they ever do is wax nostalgic about their childhoods and whine whenever anyone or anything connected with their formative years does literally anything. A generation completely wasted on themselves.


I don't know if it counts as growing up in the 90s (I was born in 83), but I kind of agree with your summation.

I wouldn't say that that navelgazing is restricted solely to 90s kids -the "they raped my childhood!" exclamations seems to be very much an 80s kids thing- but the waxing nostalgic over some not-great things about the 90s has always been odd to me. (i.e. I had an N64 and even enjoyed it at the time, but the nostalgia over what is essentially only a half dozen or so genuinely great games doesn't really make much sense to me; Rocko's Modern Life was also the only Nicktoon worth a damn, yet the want to spend their time reminiscing about farking Rugrats, etc.)
 
2013-01-06 11:50:17 AM

FeedTheCollapse: I wouldn't say that that navelgazing is restricted solely to 90s kids -the "they raped my childhood!" exclamations seems to be very much an 80s kids thing-


Wait until 2020, when they start raping your childhood.
 
2013-01-06 12:19:56 PM

LeroyBourne: I loved getting home from school and watching Double Dare. Watching kids throw shiat at each other and having to catch it on their head or in their pants, getting filthy in the process. No wonder they don't have shows like that anymore, the poor kiddos might get dirty or harmed in some way. That goo might have been handled improperly!!


I see it in an entirely different light now that I know that Marc Summers was OCD and watching people do that seriously freaked him out.
 
2013-01-06 05:04:41 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: LeroyBourne: I loved getting home from school and watching Double Dare. Watching kids throw shiat at each other and having to catch it on their head or in their pants, getting filthy in the process. No wonder they don't have shows like that anymore, the poor kiddos might get dirty or harmed in some way. That goo might have been handled improperly!!

I see it in an entirely different light now that I know that Marc Summers was OCD and watching people do that seriously freaked him out.


I'm amazed that he didn't start sh*tting bricks on air after watching contestants rolling around in dirt, slime and chocolate pudding several hours a day for years.
 
2013-01-07 08:59:03 AM

FuryOfFirestorm: The My Little Pony Killer: LeroyBourne: I loved getting home from school and watching Double Dare. Watching kids throw shiat at each other and having to catch it on their head or in their pants, getting filthy in the process. No wonder they don't have shows like that anymore, the poor kiddos might get dirty or harmed in some way. That goo might have been handled improperly!!

I see it in an entirely different light now that I know that Marc Summers was OCD and watching people do that seriously freaked him out.

I'm amazed that he didn't start sh*tting bricks on air after watching contestants rolling around in dirt, slime and chocolate pudding several hours a day for years.


It only really bothered him if it got on him though.
 
2013-01-07 11:08:26 AM

KrispyKritter: AppleOptionEsc: ZeroCorpse: If you grew up in the 90s, I feel sorry for you. The 90s were exceptionally shallow and artificial.

Ohhh, one of those "kids these days"/"Back in my day" post.

/90's child
//But after having access to netflix and youtube, it's not like the 80's was some oasis from hackiness
///But that stuff from the 70's was awesome

70's was awesome. and in the 60's-ish era it was tabs of acid and watching Captain Kangaroo. glass of milk, sleeve of Chips Ahoy! - and blakc & white TV goodness on Mars.


Ha. I used to eat a sleeve of Chips Ahoy! cookies for breakfast while watching Saturday morning cartoons. Long before they came up with chocolate chip cookie cereal. Good times.
 
2013-01-07 02:51:23 PM

BinderWoman: /90's child
//But after having access to netflix and youtube, it's not like the 80's was some oasis from hackiness
///But that stuff from the 70's was awesome

70's was awesome. and in the 60's-ish era it was tabs of acid and watching Captain Kangaroo. glass of milk, sleeve of Chips Ahoy! - and blakc & white TV goodness on Mars.

Ha. I used to eat a sleeve of Chips Ahoy! cookies for breakfast while watching Saturday morning cartoons. Long before they came up with chocolate chip cookie cereal. Good times.


Was a kid in the '70s. Saturday Morning was always, always anchored to CBS' "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show," 90 minutes long at its peak. It was like an extra day of school where we learned that once, long ago, there had been adults who weren't lame.
 
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