Bath Beads, Pink Medicine, And 19 Other '90s Things That Kids Today Won't Understand

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1. Kids today will never understand how it felt when this was taken out of the gym storage room:

2. And they'll never understand how this used to taste:

3. Kids today will never understand how we had to torture ourselves with batteries:

4. Or how important this establishment was to us:

5. Kids today will never understand how rich you felt when you owned these:

6. Or the rush of adrenaline you'd get when playing Four Square with one of these:

7. Kids today will never understand why almost every single household had this exact toy sword:

8. Or why squishing these together with your fingers was the most satisfying feeling ever:

9. Kids today will never understand why we got paper cuts on our lips during the summer:

10. And no matter how hard they try, they'll never understand this picture:

Ifykyk from 90s

11. Kids today will never understand why we used to have "TAKE ME TO THE RIVER" constantly playing over and over in our heads:

12. Or how long it'd take to simply open Minesweeper or Solitaire:

13. Kids today will never understand why we spent our days running around with these in our hands instead of phones:

14. Or why this was the ideal gaming setup:

15. Kids today will never understand why having these in your pencil case was a status symbol:

16. Or why these were the hottest bedroom decor item you could own:

17. Kids today will never understand why we literally melted rubber in our basements for fun:

18. Or why this single sheet of paper was more exciting than Christmas morning:

19. Kids today will never understand why we used to flip through these during slumber parties and road trips:

20. Or why everyone had at least one of these hanging off their Jansport backpack:

21. And finally, kids today will never understand why we used to religiously check our bottle cap lids:

H/T r/90s

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