14 things ’90s Mormon kids did

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1. You begged your parents for candy necklaces, nerd ropes, baby bottle pops, ring pops, fruit stripe gum and bubblegum tape.

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2. You watched “Full House,” “Boy Meets World” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.”

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3. You listened to the Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and the Spice Girls … even if you weren’t supposed to.

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4. If you were a girl, you probably wore stirrup pants and jelly shoes.

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5. If you were a boy, you probably sported a bowl cut or bleached the tips of your hair.

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6. You loved “The Lion King” and “Toy Story.”

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7. You owned a Beanie Baby, slap bracelet or a Furby at some point in your childhood.

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8. You watched Book of Mormon and Bible sing-alongs on Sundays.

9. You read “Goosebumps,” “The Babysitters Club,” “The Boxcar Children,” “Junie B. Jones,” “The Berenstain Bears” or (of course) “Harry Potter.”

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10. You used MSN messenger and three-way-calls to communicate with your friends.

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11. You played Spider Solitaire, Paint and Oregon Trail on the computer.

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12. You used gel pens and scented markers.

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13. You played M-A-S-H with your siblings in sacrament meeting.

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14. You watched “Rugrats,” “Doug,” “Recess,” Pokémon” and “The Magic School Bus.”

What were your favorite ’90s activities? Comment below.

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