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6 unmistakable traits of being a 90s girl

If you fondly remember the maze screensaver, the green desktop background, or the helpful paper clip on your computer, you’re definitely a 90s girl. Those were the days of snood games, butterfly hair clips and stretchy tattoo necklaces. Highlights like Gap perfume, glitter and boy band CDs like NSYNC were the craze.

Remember muting music on the Discman?

The 90s also had its own unique flavor and sound. Gap perfume and glitter were all the rage, adding to the distinct feel of the era. And let’s not forget boy band CDs, with groups like NSYNC defining the music scene. These CDs were often played on the latest technological gadget of the time – the Sony Discman. Sony’s first portable CD player was a must-have, letting you listen to Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls and Britney Spears on the go.

Still owns a beeper

Then there was the beeper or pager, a small device that preceded the widespread use of cell phones. It was a sign of connection and connection, especially important in a time when instant communication was not as accessible as it is today. The beep was a hallmark of ’90s communication, with users sending coded messages like “143” to convey “I love you.”

If you’ve ever worn a beeper on your jeans as a status symbol, it’s a telltale sign that you’re a ’90s girl.

Play SNAKE

Playing Snake on a Nokia phone was a favorite pastime. With its simple graphics and endless challenges, especially in Snake II, the game was addictive. The frustrating but exciting moment when your snake took too long and got eaten was unforgettable.

Halloweentown’ tops your list of Halloween favorites

There’s nothing better for Halloween than the Disney Channel Original Movie Halloweentown. This is still your best Halloween movie with its fun plot and costume ideas. Its popularity even led to the creation of “Halloweentown II”, much to the delight of its fans.

Growing your AIM friend list with new contacts

In the realm of instant messaging, AOL was favored over Facebook. Chatting with friends or even chatbots (the Siri of the 20th century) was the norm. As social media has evolved, unfortunately, our AOL friend lists have gotten shorter.

Microsoft Paint is your digital canvas of choice

And who didn’t love creating digital masterpieces in Windows Paint? It was the perfect tool for creating peace signs, smiley faces and writing names with colorful brush strokes. It was a simple but cool way to pass the time, a stark contrast to today’s advanced digital art tools.

Oh, the nostalgia of the 90s! From music and gaming to fashion and digital innovation, the 90s were a time of exploration and fun, a period that many look back on with fondness and nostalgia.

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