those raised in 90s may agree 2 min read 3 min Nostalgia The 90s Kid Nostalgia hit me today while I was listening to Dangerous MJ number Man What a decade around entertainment it was Most of us grew up believing that The Undertaker had 7 lives And we believed everybody s father were like Alok Nath King Uncle Maine Pyar Kiya HAHK everything had a happy ending Khalnayak and Bazigar introduced villains I was not allowed to watch Satya and Bombay for my mom thought of not introducing me to the dark side of life Albait I grew up becoming a dark genre fan Prabhu Deva I was told had challenged Michael Jackson for his Mukabla step WWF Trump Cards and YO YO were the pocket toys Hooking up on the neighbours cable with a copper wire to watch Zee TV was the only hack I knew Secretly watching Bay Watch and reading articles on Pamela Anderson and Silicon always made me wonder what were they talking about sorted later Trigonometry and Figures of Speech were boring Computers and Factorization was fun I remember scoring marks and coax my dad to buy me a talking watch 1995 96 and a 64KB lol Casio digital diary 1999 Dint knew the term Incentive at that point of time I was told the Computer were supposed to die on 31st Dec 1999 11 59 59 calling it a Y2K bug I Fondly Miss You 90s

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#midsizedtales #inspiredfromwife [those raised in 90s may agree] [2 min read | 3 min Nostalgia] The 90s Kid! Nostalgia hit me today while I was listening to Dangerous(MJ) number! Man! What a decade around entertainment it was. Most of us grew up believing that The Undertaker had 7 lives. And we believed everybody’s father were like Alok Nath. King Uncle, Maine Pyar Kiya, HAHK everything had a happy ending. Khalnayak and Bazigar introduced villains. I was not allowed to watch Satya and Bombay for my mom thought of not introducing me to the dark side of life(Albait I grew up becoming a dark genre fan). Prabhu Deva, I was told had challenged Michael Jackson for his Mukabla step. WWF Trump Cards and YO YO were the pocket toys. Hooking up on the neighbours cable with a copper wire to watch Zee TV was the only hack I knew. Secretly watching Bay Watch and reading articles on Pamela Anderson and Silicon always made me wonder what were they talking about(sorted later)! Trigonometry and Figures of Speech were boring, Computers and Factorization was fun! I remember scoring marks and coax my dad to buy me a talking watch(1995-96) and a 64KB(lol) Casio digital diary(1999). Dint knew the term Incentive at that point of time. I was told the Computer were supposed to die on 31st Dec 1999 11:59:59 calling it a Y2K bug! I Fondly Miss You 90s!

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