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How Much Of A '90s Girl Were You?

If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with this quiz.

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  1. 1. Check off all that apply to you!

    I had a subscription to the Delia's catalog.
    I regularly ordered things from the Delia's catalog.
    I was obsessed with the Spice Girls.
    I, at one point, made a Spice Girls lip sync video with my friends.
    I identified myself as one particular Spice Girl (e.g., you were definitely Baby or Sporty, etc).
    I wore body glitter.
    I used Lip Smackers.
    I had a sizable Lip Smacker collection.
    I shopped at Claire's.
    I shopped at Afterthoughts.
    I once wore overalls from the Gap.
    My signature scent in the '90s was Gap Dream.
    I listened to Ace of Base.
    I was an NSYNC fan.
    I was a Britney fan.
    I was a Mandy Moore fan.
    I've seen "Titanic."
    In the theater.
    ...many times in the theater.
    I owned the "Titanic" soundtrack.
    I wore butterfly clips.
    I wore Dr. Martens.
    I owned a pair of platform sneakers.
    I had a crush on Zack Morris.
    I idolized Kelly Kapowski.
    I had a crush on Leonardo DiCaprio.
    I had a crush on JTT.
    I had a crush on Pacey from "Dawson's."
    I watched "Dawson's Creek" religiously.
    I watched "Clarissa Explains It All" and idolized her style.
    I was a member of Gurl.com.
    I had one of the following American Girl dolls: Kirsten, Felicity, Molly, Samantha, or Addy.
    David Bowie in "Labyrinth" caused my sexual awakening.
    I wore sunflower hats like Blossom.
    I had Dream Phone.
    I had Mall Madness.
    I played Pretty Pretty Princess.
    I listened to that one B*Witched song over and over, good lord it was awful.
    I wore bra-strap headbands.
    I had a watch ring.
    I had a Baby-G watch.
    I played with Tamagotchis.
    I got in trouble for listening to too-sexy Madonna music.
    I had a subscription to Teen People.
    I read Sassy.
    I got in trouble for having my bra straps showing when wearing a spaghetti-strap tank.
    I read "Fear Street" books and dog-eared the steamy passages.
    I wore jellies.
    I wore high-heeled jellies.
    I had ying-yang jewelry.
    I had alien jewelry.
    I wore Roxy board shorts that I did not in fact use for surfing.
    I played with Sky Dancers as a kid.
    I shopped at Limited Too.
    I had a subscription to YM.
    I used Hard Candy nail polish.
    I wore bindis like Gwen Stefani.
    I wore tattoo choker necklaces.
    "Clueless" literally changed my life.
    As in, I started wearing knee socks and sweater/button-up combos.
    And dreamed of owning a white Jeep like Cher.
    I watched "Full House" and learned a lot about becoming a woman from the Tanner sisters.
    I can't even talk to you about "Romeo + Juliet" without getting verklempt.
    I learned about the dangers of caffeine pills from Jessie Spano's "I'm So Excited" nervous breakdown.
    I know all the words to the "The Little Mermaid" song "Part of Your World."
    I hung up Abercombie ads on my walls.
    Sixpence None the Richer's "Kiss Me" was my ultimate slow-dance song.
    I wore frosty makeup for dressy occasions.
    I was into Paul Frank wallets and tees.
    At one point, I wore JNCOs (or enormous jeans like them).
    When a friend and I liked the same boy, I listed to "The Boy Is Mine" A LOT.
    When I was I crushing on someone, I'd lock myself in my room and play Brandy's "Sittin' Up in My Room."
    I had an accessory made of Astroturf.
    I roller-skated to Crystal Waters' "100% Pure Love."
    And now that you have reminded me of this I REALLY WANT TO ROLLER-SKATE TO THAT SONG.
    I had that horrible Jennifer Love Hewitt album.
    I wore dark brown lipstick like it was no one's business.
    I briefly became a Wiccan after watching "The Craft."
    I played "light as a feather, stiff as a board" with my friends.
    Cory and Topanga were the model of an ideal relationship.
    Although I was open to the possibility of meeting someone on "Singled Out."
    I learned how to dance from MTV's "The Grind."
    My notebooks were all Lisa Frank.
    I knew what X-Girl was.
    I retain scent memory for most of the crayons included in Crayola's "Magic Scent" pack.
    I had a collection of Body Shop bath beads that were too precious to use.
    Years later, I still have a crush on Liv Tyler's outfit from "Empire Records."
    I had a backpack, hat, notebook, keychain and/or picture frame embellished with the words "Girl Power."
    Middle part or die.
    I had a Dr. Seuss hat.
    My ultimate wish was for my personal phone line with an answering machine.
    I had one or many Beanie Babies.
    I watched "Sailor Moon," "Strawberry Shortcake," or "Rainbow Brite."
    I wore Ring Pops as fashion items.
    When Hanson first came around, I was confused as to whether they were girls or boys.
    Once I realized they were boys, I was hooked.
    I daydreamed about Usher and his hint of upper lip hair after seeing the "U Make Me Wanna..." video.
    I fully embraced TLC's "No Scrub" concept.
    I had a mini-backpack.
    I have watched at least one of the early Mary-Kate and Ashley movies.

How Much Of A '90s Girl Were You?

OK, you're a '90s girl. But you maybe had other things going on in your life besides butterfly hair clips. I respect that.

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Of COURSE you are a '90s girl. Maybe you were more of a Kelly Kapowski than a Kate Moss, and that's perfectly cool.

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OMG ULTIMATE '90s GIRL YOU WIN. GIRL POWERRRRR!!

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