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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    did anybody do tinikling in like... middle school PE or was I the only one at a weirdo school




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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    That totally got banned at my school, because we were playing it too much.

    Also, when I was in high school, our PE department experimented with some different kinds of classes, and one of them was simply "Card Games" (some PE, huh?) Anyway, they taught us a whole bunch of different games including Euchre and 500. Both games became super popular, with kids playing them at lunch, in study hall, and even in class. The administration finally cracked down and banned them, so we just went underground. People made tiny little decks of cards out of notebook paper, and we'd play furtively in the library behind shelves of books. Some teachers were even in on it. The chem teacher didn't care about the ban, and let students go into his back room and play cards as long as they were quiet. The band teacher did the same thing. Very secretive stuff!

    Seems pretty funny looking back.
    It was pretty impossible for them to prevent us from playing paper football. If they took it away we could just make another. What were they going to do, take away paper ? We played that constantly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Is that a rape whistle?
    More like rape prevention.



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by CLONECONES View Post
    did anybody do tinikling in like... middle school PE or was I the only one at a weirdo school
    You tinkled during Middle School PE?



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Nostalgia sells...everything from Ninja Turtles t-shirts at Hot Topic to Viagra that will make hippies relive their 60s glory days.



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by CLONECONES View Post
    did anybody do tinikling in like... middle school PE or was I the only one at a weirdo school


    Is that as cool as it looks?


    ...because it doesn't look cool at all.


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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by CLONECONES View Post
    did anybody do tinikling in like... middle school PE or was I the only one at a weirdo school
    Did that in elementary in Ankeny.
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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by DistrictCyclone View Post
    Nostalgia sells...everything from Ninja Turtles t-shirts at Hot Topic to Viagra that will make hippies relive their 60s glory days.

    Hippies suck. My favorite was the hippie tiedye hacky sack turds in highschool in the late 90s. Most of them went REAL far I tell ya.



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by CLONECONES View Post
    did anybody do tinikling in like... middle school PE or was I the only one at a weirdo school
    Don't ask me how but a buddy of mine chipped a tooth tinikling. Those and square dancing were the worst PE subjects in history.



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    Loved those, still have them at the parents house. Its true, they didnt throw away all of my childhood yet. They kept the crap I didnt care about but got rid of all of my He-Man characters and Castle Greyskull. Effers.
    Did you have Snake Mountain? With the microphone shaped like a big, snake-faced wang, that made your voice sound like you swallowed a pile of broken glass?


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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Just so I'm clear, tinkling does not = peeing, right?



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

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    Hippies suck. My favorite was the hippie tiedye hacky sack turds in highschool in the late 90s. Most of them went REAL far I tell ya.
    Hacky-burn rocked!



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    That commercial was great, I was sold on whatever Microsoft wanted me to buy.... and then it was IE. **** you Microsoft, can't con me into that ****.


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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

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    Hippies suck. My favorite was the hippie tiedye hacky sack turds in highschool in the late 90s. Most of them went REAL far I tell ya.
    I grew up in a cold climate, so most of them wore dirty ponchos...never got to see the tiedye.



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    Re: Microsoft "Kids of the '90s" ad

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    Did you have Snake Mountain? With the microphone shaped like a big, snake-faced wang, that made your voice sound like you swallowed a pile of broken glass?

    I wanted it, wished for it, dropped hints to my parents, bribed santa, etc. All of the above never delivered. Hell I considered grabbing it on ebay recently just to show all of them how easy it was to deliver.



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