Everywhere you go you can see the infamous “hash tags” on social media and other places. One of the most recent and famous of the hash tags is the 90’s hash tag. You’ve seen them, I’ve seen them, you’ve seen them. Who hasn’t seen them? They’re everywhere but when you think about it you come to have a soft spot for them. Admit it- Some time out of your life you have been a 90’s hash tagger. Because let’s be honest, the 90’s were really all that. The good times were back in the past, when the only thing you had to worry about back then was what crayon was missing from your Crayola box. As a 90’s kid, television had a large impact in our daily lives. We stuck to our television shows almost as if it was a religion.
It didn’t matter what channel you were on, there was always something enjoyable to watch. If you were to turn to Disney channel, That’s So Raven was on or Even Stevens. But if you didn’t like that you could easily turn to Nickelodeon and watch CatDog or Hey Arnold! And if that didn’t fit your fancy, why not hit up Cartoon Network for Powerpuff Girls or Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
In the 90s it was okay to be the girl out of the guy group that could keep up with the Dragonball Z or the Pokémon lingo. You could wear the t-shirts, play the games like a pro, and suddenly you were another one of the bros. Good times right?
But as usual, “All good things must come to an end”. And as much as everyone likes to say RIP to the old edition of things, there are still a lot of good things that have come with growing up. Be glad you made it to a second decade, you’re a trooper!
You made it through the funky fashion, the quirky comments, and now you’re here. Shouldn’t that be reason enough to celebrate and enjoy the future?
Our technology has evolved and our way of living is gradually becoming more energy efficient. We’re prospering and making this next decade an even better than before. So instead of getting stuck in the past and how great it was back then, think about how you can take part in this new lifestyle.
Jazmin says, “Stay gold.”