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30 Nov 2013, 7:06 pm

I'd scream. 1995 was not a good year for me at all.



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30 Nov 2013, 7:13 pm

I was two years old in 1995, and I'm pretty sure I was obsessed with Toy Story at the time.


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30 Nov 2013, 8:07 pm

Eight years old then. My grade school got caught up in Mariners fever that fall, because of their sudden success in their first playoff appearance, ever. I also went to Korea, and I was into basketball then. The one thing I do wonder is, if I were back in 1995, what would I do differently?


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30 Nov 2013, 9:07 pm

If I could re-do my life, starting in 1995, I would!

Please, can we make this happen?

Please?


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30 Nov 2013, 9:18 pm

Sylkat wrote:
If I could re-do my life, starting in 1995, I would!

Please, can we make this happen?

Please?


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30 Nov 2013, 10:16 pm

Skilpadde wrote:
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Now, wait a minute, what if some of us were already alive in 1995? I was, but I was a little kid, so I don't remember much of it. Will my four-year-old self still be around as well as my current self? Won't my 1995-era parents wonder how I grew eighteen years overnight? :lol:


I just assumed that I would be back in my at the time 17 or 18 year old self, but be the 36 year old me on the inside.


So...I'd be a 22-year-old trapped in the body of a four-year-old? :?


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01 Dec 2013, 12:58 am

beg borrow and steal enough to buy as much Microsoft and aol stock as I could.



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01 Dec 2013, 1:42 am

Easy, i'd go to an Alice in Chains concert! Layne Staley would still be alive and well. Grunge was still cool then and so would I have been.



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01 Dec 2013, 3:36 am

I would LOVE to go back to 1995!

I wasn't overweight, I had a good job, a boyfriend, a nice apartment and bought a new car. I took a monumental vacation with my best friend -- a road trip to Cooperstown for the Baseball Hall of Fame, while on the same trip visiting New Orleans, Salem MA, and went to ballgames in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, Milwaukee and Chicago.

1995? Bring it on!


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01 Dec 2013, 4:01 am

Would we wake up in 1995 as the age we are now or in the bodies of our past selves?

I was five-years-old for most of 1995 and sadly I don't remember a specific moment in the 90's, just bits and pieces. I remember waking up from a procedure when I was in kindergarten in the 95-96 school year involving my ear, walking home in the snow when I was supposed to stay a friend's house and thinking my parents were home (they were at work), loosing my first tooth on a Taco Bell nacho chip, being a pig in a play at kindergarten graduation. There were so many moments I can't remember when they took place exactly.


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01 Dec 2013, 4:55 am

I would be forced into going to school & very upset by that & lots of other things in my life but I'd be listening to music while playing Super Nintendo when able to.


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01 Dec 2013, 5:10 am

No guys , You wake up as Yourself if You're 25 now, you're be 25 if You wake up then aswell.

Now if I woke up then I'd either kill myself to prevent a paradox occurring and ripping the very fabrics of space and time apart.

Or I'd make sure to get out of my house ( we didn't live there then ) and walk around looking at places and such , I may try to get a sneak peek of some members of my family , since I know where they all live.

After I'm done looking at stuff I would run away to the mountains or something and hide in obscurity until I die.



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01 Dec 2013, 8:18 am

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Tvs are mostly grey and clunky.


Ive still got the same TV I had in 1995!
Bought it new in 1990
Still as good as the day I bought it, (I presume as I haven't turned it on for about 4 or 5 years)

As for waking up in 1995, no way could I face the last 18 years of tedious daily grind again, I would either kill myself, or sell up and go live like a wild man in the middle of some wilderness somewhere.



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01 Dec 2013, 9:43 am

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No guys , You wake up as Yourself if You're 25 now, you're be 25 if You wake up then aswell.


Oh. Then I'd be in real trouble, since I'd be waking up beside myself. We live in the same place still so now-me and past-me would be there. I'd cease to exist then?


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01 Dec 2013, 10:25 am

Skilpadde wrote:
Fisplen wrote:
No guys , You wake up as Yourself if You're 25 now, you're be 25 if You wake up then aswell.


Oh. Then I'd be in real trouble, since I'd be waking up beside myself. We live in the same place still so now-me and past-me would be there. I'd cease to exist then?


Well , You'd end up ripping the very fabric of existence of life if Your younger self saw You , but if You manage to sneak out the house before anyone noticed anything then You'd be fine.



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01 Dec 2013, 12:22 pm

Just as an illustration for you guys, here's the top 10 of the Dutch music charts of week 48, 1995:

10. 'Magic Carpet Ride', Mighty Dub Katz
9. 'Where The Wild Roses Grow', Nick Cave & Kylie Minogue
8. 'Fairground', Simply Red
7. 'Omdat ik zo van je hou', Gordon
6. 'Heaven For Everyone', Queen
5. 'Het is een nacht (Levensecht)', Guus Meeuwis & Vagant
4. 'Pour Que Tu M'Aimes Encore', Céline Dion
3. 'I Kiss Your Lips', Tokyo Ghetto p****
2. 'Knockin'', Double Vision
1. 'Gangsta's Paradise', Coolio & LV

Know what? I think I'm just gonna post this:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMjlm5EKzsk[/youtube]

EDIT: six minutes into the mix, I barely recognize any of these songs.

EDIT: as TMF yearmixes go, this one kind of blows.


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