90s kids

Some people say that your 20s are the greatest years of your life. While some of us may beg to differ (student loans, job insecurity, quarter life crisis, anybody?!), it's definitely true that your 20s are an important age. As a teenager, you could probably get away with not caring about a lot of things and just living inside your own little protective bubble of video games and shopping malls, but now that you're in your 20s it's time to start considering all the various things listed below:

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I remember being so jealous of the kids who got to eat Lunchables every day in public school .  Something about that piece of cardboard DIY pizza seemed so cool and fun.

Luckily my parents were the types to always give me a strong no when I put the purple ketchup in the grocery kart, or asked for a Bubble Jug at the till.

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Before there were social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, we used the internet to browse sites such as Neopets and MapleStory. The internet was pretty innocent back then and we didn't have much to entertain ourselves with besides spending hundreds of hours on online games. However, we did online dating before there was ever Tinder (did anyone else have a Runescape boyfriend/girlfriend?)

Kids these days are playing games like League of Legends and Minecraft, but those of us who grew up in the late 90s and early 2000s know all the OG internet games. You've probably played at least a few, if not most, of these games. Here are 8 online games that will make you feel nostalgic.

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Toronto has evolved so much in the past 26 years. When you look at photos of the city from the 90's, it's almost unrecognizable at times. Although Toronto went through a couple of rough patches in that time period (from urban development conflicts to commercial recession), there was still a lot to be happy about back then.

READ ALSO: 14 Ontario Provinces Near Toronto You Have To Road Trip To This Summer

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We all know that Toronto is a Hollywood hotspot, especially with all the Instagram sightings of Suits or The Batmobile for Suicide Squad but what you probably didn’t realize is that The 6ix is also home to some of your childhood heroes.

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