10+ Reasons Why Our Christmas Will Never Be Like The Classic 90s

Modern kids will never understand. 

10+ Reasons Why Our Christmas Will Never Be Like The Classic 90s
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Regardless of how old the person is, Christmas holidays always take them back to their childhood days, and it happens more frequently if the person was born in the 1990s. It was the time when life was simpler, easier and more fun than what it is today. Unlike today, people used to interact, play and enjoy together. It's a sad reality and even hard to even imagine that those days will never come back.

But, don't worry. We at WittyFeed have compiled the list of some amazing things that made all our Christmas special in the 1990s.

Let's feel that nostalgia again. 

Remember this Christmas tree?

Remember this Christmas tree?

The joy of turning it on every night before the Christmas was incomparable to any other thing that made us happy. 

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This snowman commercial was love. 

One thing that we enjoyed watching repeatedly was the happiness of this snowman in Campbell's soup commercial.

The toys were fun.

The toys were fun.
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Unlike today, the toys were real in the 1990s. The muppet Christmas babies and others. 

How can we forget the dog? 

How can we forget the dog? 
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Almost all the 90s kids would relate to playing with such dog toys back in the 1990s Christmas holidays.

And these cute decorating bulbs. 

And these cute decorating bulbs. 
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How many of you turned off all the lights in the room only to see how they glitter in the dark? 

Bubble lights. 

Bubble lights. 
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These lights are hazards of nostalgia. 

Christmas movies. 

Christmas movies. 
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Jingle All The Way is my all time favorite classic from the 1990s to watch on every Christmas. What's yours? 

Saturday Night Live.

Saturday Night Live.
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We missed everything on TV during the Christmas holidays, but not the special SNL episodes. 

And what about this? 

And what about this? 
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There are so many memories of the 90s Christmas!

And a shoutout to one of our favorite families, The Tanners. 

And a shoutout to one of our favorite families, The Tanners. 
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Sometimes, I feel I'm going to die out of a nostalgia attack.

Guess what's this? 

Guess what's this? 
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Well, we all have made kilometers long wish lists for Christmas, haven't we?

The entire house was decorated.

The entire house was decorated.

Our mother would hang things everywhere; houses used to smell all different in the holidays.

And the greatest joy as a kid for us was this. 

And the greatest joy as a kid for us was this. 

Hanging all of our Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments at all the places we could find.

And this list would be incomplete without mentioning these. Isn't it? 

And this list would be incomplete without mentioning these. Isn't it? 
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No doubts how much we evolve, the 90s Christmas will always be special. 

That's all, folks!