21 Things '90s Kids Used To Use Everyday But Haven't Thought About In Years
Kids today have emojis; '90s kids had marker stamps.
These pencils that always gave us a perfectly pointy tip without ever needing to be sharpened.
Pencil grips that were more like squishy toys than tools.
Markers with built-in stamp tips were basically the emojis of the '90s.
Fun-shaped erasers that brightened up any pencil box.
These toppers that transformed a boring pencil into a magic wand right before your eyes.
These tin lunchboxes that were as indestructible as they were cool.
These plastic scissors that could barely cut paper but still managed to nip your fingers EVERY. DAMN. TIME.
That 64-pack of crayons with a built-in sharpener that automatically made you the king or queen of the classroom.
Feather pens that were the ultimate distraction, er, I mean, writing utensil.
These pencil boxes were the only way to contain your obsession with pens and pineapple-shaped erasers.
Stationery sets that easily turned you from a second grader into a second grader who meant business.
Scented markers that were as highly coveted as a bottle of Chanel No. 5.
A Trapper Keeper so you wouldn't end up with dog ears on all your handouts and papers.
This exact monochromatic geometry set that EVERYONE seemed to have.
These bendy pencils to practice your balloon animal–making skills.
A cartoon character lunch thermos that looked suspiciously like this.
Milky Pens that always gave you that perfect pop of pastel color.
These exact eraser caps that NEEDED to be on EVERY pencil you owned.
These Lip Smacker lip balms that everyone owned AT LEAST five of.
Fabric book covers for the sole purpose of making our textbooks look prettier.
Finally, the crown jewel of any '90s kid's backpack: gel pens.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF