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22 January 2015, 11:04
It's the 9TS baby.
I's no secret that at PopBuzz we like to look fondly upon the 90s, so when we saw that #ExplainThe90sIn4Words had been trending on Twitter all night, we couldn't get anything done from how much nostalgia there was to bask in.
Above all decades, the 90's seem to have the most staying power. You see more trends and articles dedicated to 90's nostalgia above all else. But WHY?
Is it because it was the last pure decade before internet culture took over? Is it because the biggest demographic online is composed entirely of 90's kids? Or is it because it was just that damn cool?
It remains a mystery, but the internet's obsession with tapping into our playground days never fails to awaken a new host of memories that make you yell out loud
(This one gave me some epic Primary 6 flashbacks).
It's not all nostalgia halleliujah, though; A couple of folks born on the later side of the 90's were quick to chime in on the decade they wouldn't remember.
Pointless era before Twitter #ExplainThe90sIn4Words— Calum McSwiggan (@CalumMcSwiggan) January 22, 2015
#ExplainThe90sIn4Words i was not born— ana loves liam (@xhesftgrande) January 22, 2015
And this guy didn't even try.
#ExplainThe90sIn4Words gangnam style is the best song ever created that's why it is the most viewed video on YouTube— bill from flavortown (@BillRatchet) January 22, 2015
Even some brands inevitably jumped on the bandwagon.
Goats cheese on everything! #ExplainThe90sIn4Words— Morrisons (@Morrisons) January 22, 2015
#ExplainThe90sIn4Words No RuneScape. Bad times.— RuneScape (@RuneScape) January 22, 2015
It's all too much. Go check out some more of the best at #ExplainThe90sIn4Words.