The 90s were a beautiful time. Whether it be through fashion or pop culture, it seems like everyone is trying to relive the best decade ever. On Twitter, #PastTimesFromThe90s is trending in Vancouver and we are not mad about it at all. From slap bracelets to Furby, everyone is mentioning their favourite things about the 90s and the nostalgia is real.\nUs millennials can’t help but relive our childhoods every day.\nFrom pop-up 90s bars to Disney +, society is selling us our childhood all over again and we are totally here for it.\nRecently, a new hashtag has been trending on Vancouver Twitter that has everyone who grew up in the 90s saying “I remember that.”\n#PastimesFromThe90s is the latest trend to be taking over the internet and it is showcasing everything we used to do as kids.\nGoing through the tweets is bringing back a lot of old and fond memories and it's the perfect little break from reality.\nWe went through a bunch of tweets for you and came up with some that will hit you right in the sentimentality.\nIf you don’t remember any of these toys or activities then we hate to say it, but you may be too young.\nRing Toss Anyone?\n#PastimesFromThe90s play ring toss at home. pic.twitter.com/xGiuAMp5f1— 🌹ꪑꪊꪀꪖ🇨🇦 (@MunaNawabit1) January 21, 2020\nIf you didn’t spend hours playing with and yelling at this water ring toss game, then what did you do on road trips?\nThis game was the closest we ever came to having a handheld gaming console and if you didn't have one of your own, you likely knew exactly which friends did.\nBe Kind Rewind\n#PastimesFromThe90sFriday nights at Blockbuster's pic.twitter.com/7cl3hxv1Ir— Becca ❤🤘 (@Good_Ole_Bebs) January 21, 2020\nBlockbuster is a foreign concept these days but when we were pre-teens, it was the Friday night go to. Just remember to rewind the tape before returning it.\nThe OG Thriller\nBuying the new Goosebumps... #PastimesFromThe90s pic.twitter.com/fjUNIt62bO— Scary Stories Doc (@ScaryStoriesDoc) January 21, 2020\nWe won’t lie, scary movies these days are great, but all real horror fans know that our love of being scared came from Goosebumps.\nWhether you read one or all of the Goosebumps novels, these scary stories were enough to make you want to share your single bed with your sibling.\nOur First Pet\n#PastimesFromThe90s Keeping my tamagotchi alive pic.twitter.com/EnvlpAoCbA— Kimberly (@kimmytheazn) January 21, 2020\nIf you didn’t accidentally kill one or several Tamagotchis, did you even have a childhood?\nThese pesky and lovable creatures were impossible to keep alive and you never knew what they wanted, but they sure were fun.\nIt’s Probably Watching You\n#PastimesFromThe90sDoo-ay! The Furby was the must-have toy of the 1998 holiday season, with over 40 million sold during its initial production. pic.twitter.com/r2Peje7nwe— The Children's Museum of Indianapolis (@TCMIndy) January 21, 2020\nEveryone had a Furby. These things were iconic and also extremely weird. Did anyone really know what they were?\nWas it just ours, or did they all laugh in the middle of the night?\nEither way, a true staple of the 90s.\nThey Hurt But They Look Cool\n#PastimesFromThe90s The Slap Wrap. Snap Bracelet. Totally radical. #slapwrap #snapbracelet #wackybuttons #Accessories pic.twitter.com/cUEcSlTrSY— Wacky Buttons (@WackyButtons) January 21, 2020\nSlap bracelets were the pinnacle of fashion. Stronger than a police baton, these bracelets needed to be literally slapped onto your skin in order for it to wrap around your wrist.\nBut what’s a couple of bruises in the name of fashion?\nWhat Backstreet Boy Am I Going To Marry?\nGetting the latest copy of your favorite teen magazine #PastimesFromThe90s pic.twitter.com/FU2B1wZSCg— Mel (@radioclashed) January 21, 2020\nTeen magazines were everywhere growing up. Teen People, Tiger Beat, and Cosmo Girl were a necessity for every young person's backpack.\nWhether you were chilling with your friends at recess or just needed to pass time on the bus home from school, you needed to know what kind of platform shoe you were and these babies always had your back.\nLets Blade\n#PastimesFromThe90s Rollerblading like a Motha! pic.twitter.com/LaF7sHlXFM— Evan Van (@MadAnter) January 21, 2020\nRollerblading was the only way to get around back in the day. We all felt like rockstars on these things until we encountered a gravel patch.\nOur School Bus Never Did That\nStaying home from school to get a real education with Miss Frizzle #PastimesFromThe90s pic.twitter.com/bMmfnc4l9p— Tom Fritz (@Tfritz754) January 21, 2020\nMiss Frizzle was the teacher we all wanted. Her crazy antics made science actually worth learning about. Plus, that school bus was boss.