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    26 Things That Ruined Your Day In The 90s That Literally No One Cares About Today

    Problems of the past.

    Back in the 90s things were tough. I mean...

    1. You wanted THAT CD? Hope you enjoy scratches:

    2. And don't even get me started on "skip protection":

    3. You want to listen to a CD? Hope you have 35 minutes:

    4. If you wanted to rent a movie, you had to pray no one beat you to it:

    5. You want to call a friend? Better grab your enormous list of phone numbers:

    6. And don't get me started on if you wanted to call literally anyone else:

    7. You want to open a program? Hope you have 35 minutes:

    8. You wanted to enjoy that program? Hope you enjoy this:

    9. I mean, if you were downloading something, you had to EARN IT:

    10. And if you wanted to go on the internet? Every website pretty much looked like this:

    11. Not to mention mouse gunk. So much mouse gunk:

    12. And if you wanted to see what was on TV, you had to hope and pray you didn't miss your channel:

    13. I mean, this was a time when you had to carry around a giant list of directions JUST to get hopelessly lost on a road trip:

    14. And you wanted to see a movie? Hope you can find that paper you just threw out:

    15. But seriously, imagine hearing this phrase in 2018:

    16. And imagine taking a picture and not being able to see it IMMEDIATELY:

    17. Not to mention ending every phone call caught in a WEB:

    18. Or in a door:

    19. Or just having to untangle this knot EVERY time:

    20. Let's be honest: 75% of all the oxygen during the '90s was expended trying to get video games to work again:

    21. And there wasn't an app for weather...just a channel, man. JUST A CHANNEL!

    22. I mean, you don't know true fear until you've experienced the fear of someone taping over your precious VHS:

    23. Or...this...THIS:

    24. And cellphones? Well, owning a phone was mostly just looking at this screen:

    25. And telling someone to call you back when your minutes were free:

    26. Oh, not to mention sitting on the toilet contemplating your life choices: