All of us born in 90’s know how colorful our childhood was, wasn’t it? Those play dates with daddy, delicious ice lollies in summer and our dear mother’s excellent chef skills made our childhood the most memorable. But that is not enough. There are some old goodies that cannot be replaced no matter that.
Do you remember these goodies? We bet you would be longing for more as you read on further.
1) Tetris Gamer
Remember when we had to settle with this instead of a Game Boy? Yes. Good old funny days.
2) Rainbow Spring
Was it just me or was it really mesmerizing to see the color depth change into the gradation?
We all ate cheesy cheetos and then looked for tazos in the packets. Let’s admit we even licked the masala off them!
4) Crazy Balls
Favorite bouncy balls which were so easy to lose! We had to be super careful, cant afford to lose these perfect bouncy toys.
5) Bowling Set
This plastic bowling set is where we got our all bowling skills. Dont you agree that all the credit of good bowling that we do now as adults goes to this game?
6) Modelling Clay
It used to be all smooth and nicely arranged at first, ending up in a big black ball of clay within few hours of playing. We still loved it as much though!
7) Roller Skates
Ah. The adjustable roller skates. Sharing with your friends wearing canvas shoes, summer evenings were a breeze!
8) Piggy Bank
Even if we as adults are pretty pathetic when it comes to saving our salary, we were experts back then. Even if it was just pennies left over from the grocery errand you ran for your mother!
9) Walkie Talkies
Hide and Seek was so much more fun with these little bad boys. To be honest, it was the best to cheat while playing! Cheating isnt encouraged, but we all know it’s okay since we were little.
10) Doctor Set
We all wanted to be doctors when we were kids. Then came the CET, 12th, preparations and the difficult task to get into MBBS.
Keeping all this aside, it was really fun. Especially giving those injections filled with water!
Did these wonderful goodies make you nostalgic and emotional? I wish we never grew up. If you enjoyed the post, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more such posts and you can also download our app to stay updated: Tell Me Nothing