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FLUIDJ
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Wed Apr-08-15 11:17 AM

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"If you weren't a teen in the 90's, you didn't grow up in the 90's...."


  

          

same for the 80's
and the 70's
etc.

If I hear one more 20-something year old say they "remember ______ from when they grew up in the 90's" i'ma have to....

I dunno what i'ma hafta do...but still.
Chill on that youngins....

  

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If you weren't a teen in the 90's, you didn't grow up in the 90's.... [View all] , FLUIDJ, Wed Apr-08-15 11:17 AM
 
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or.....
Apr 08th 2015
1
I'm thinking early teens...13-14. That seems to be when we really start ...
Apr 08th 2015
4
So the cut off is....born in 1985-1986 or what?
Apr 08th 2015
2
I'm gonna say 1979 is the cutoff....maybe stretch to like 1982 because
Apr 08th 2015
5
      What???? Nooooope.
Apr 08th 2015
9
      That's the thing though...i'm aware of a LOT of cultural things from the...
Apr 08th 2015
13
           Being there to see it happen, then being able to revisit with a mature
Apr 08th 2015
24
                Ahh, that's a good point. I feel you......
Apr 08th 2015
26
      79 is me
Apr 08th 2015
17
      fuck, outta here
Apr 08th 2015
22
i was born in the mid 70s.
Apr 08th 2015
3
^^^
Apr 08th 2015
6
same here...but when I look back at the 80's historically......there was...
Apr 08th 2015
8
i turned 6 in 1982.
Apr 08th 2015
10
We're the same age & I agree with you.
Apr 08th 2015
44
I think it may vary for different people.
Apr 08th 2015
11
      true dat..... no disagreement here.
Apr 08th 2015
16
Yep - I have DISTINCT memeories of the 80s
Apr 08th 2015
21
so i guess the better question is...what ARE one's "formative" years??
Apr 08th 2015
27
      5-20
Apr 08th 2015
30
ditto... i remember the 80s very well....
Apr 08th 2015
34
Almost everything that made me who am I today happened in the '80s:
Apr 08th 2015
39
Gets in this line n/m
Apr 08th 2015
40
Similarly: People misunderstood Jay's line re: 80's baby
Apr 08th 2015
7
That's bull
Apr 08th 2015
12
Hmmm...that's a good vantage point to look at it from....a HUGE part of ...
Apr 08th 2015
15
I'm in my late 20's, I call myself a 90's baby.
Apr 08th 2015
14
damn......you post like you in your late 30's fam lol...I just thought y...
Apr 08th 2015
20
      I have an old soul lol
Apr 08th 2015
29
           good stuff....now...I'm starting to wonder if there's some regional sign...
Apr 08th 2015
31
i can rock with this
Apr 08th 2015
18
Dom Kennedy proves you wrong
Apr 08th 2015
19
nah, I agree...it is kinda weird....
Apr 08th 2015
23
      I'd say my musical knowledge truly starts in 92-93
Apr 08th 2015
25
           MOMENTS!! spot on...that's a good way to frame it too...I often say....
Apr 08th 2015
28
                Yep. That's why I made those massive 90's mixes focused on a year
Apr 08th 2015
32
                     The years are very important
Apr 08th 2015
33
                          Yep, I've made 93-98 and 99 is almost done
Apr 08th 2015
35
crack babies
Apr 08th 2015
36
if your childhood had no impact on you, you have bigger problems
Apr 08th 2015
37
this post is huff. I'm abandoning it. carry on at your own discretion.
Apr 08th 2015
38
"Come of age" would have been better than "grow up".
Apr 08th 2015
41
I remember damned near everything from '75 forward.
Apr 08th 2015
42
Niggas born in Dec. '89 tombout "last of the 80's babies"
Apr 08th 2015
43
RE: If you weren't a teen in the 90's, you didn't grow up in the 90's......
Apr 08th 2015
45
i grew up on the 90's in that my young adult life was then
Apr 09th 2015
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