Step onto my time machine and travel back and relive my awkward formative years.
Oh boy, did I love The Moffatts and I am not ashamed. I still have their tapes in my old house. I remember they went here and played Hard Rock Cafe. I was in the midst of a stampede of girls trying to get in and I lost a shoe! What's worse was that I never got to see them. *cue sad music*
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Now, slowly after growing out my love for The Moffatts, this became my jam. This has got to be my ultimate 90s tune. Whenever I hear this on the radio, it never fails to make me sing along.
LFO! Another one of those songs that I could still recite the lyrics to. Girl on TV was another favorite of mine.
Nothings screams the 90s than this song. Now that I think about it, I probably be shouldn't be listening to this song at 8 years old.
Yes, this was my jam back then. Although, it did not reflect who I was. I was not a loser.
Now, moving on to the movies I used to watch over and over back in the 90s.
She's All That was my absolute favorite. I mean, it's Freddie Prinze Jr! He was my Zac Efron when I was like 8. Oh... I probably actually shouldn't have been watching these at 8 years old. My sister and I have a 4 1/2 yr age gap, so I guess she's to blame for letting me watch it with her.
A close second would have to be 10 Things I Hate About You. It's perfect in every possible way. Come on, recite the poem with me.
I hate the way you talk to me and the way you cut your hair...
I vaguely remember coming out of the cinema from watching Small Soldiers and thinking, I think I'm in love with Gregory Smith.
And then there was, Whatever It Takes.
James Franco. Shane West. Aaron Paul. Colin Hanks.
Yeah, bitch [a Breaking Bad reference]!
As if I'd leave out Clueless off of my list!
Cher Horowitz is my spirit animal.
I hope you enjoyed as much as I did. What were your 90s favorites?