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29 References From The '90s That Prove You're Dating Yourself

Believe it or not, the 1990s ended 15 years ago. And some pop culture references don't exactly stand the test of time.

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1. Mentos commercials

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2. The Noxzema Girl (otherwise known as Rebecca Gayheart)

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3. The QED report in Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead

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4. "It wasn't not funny!" from The Real World: Los Angeles

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5. The stiletto death scene in Single White Female

6. Kelly and Brenda wearing the same dress to the dance on Beverly Hills 90210


7. TLC's first album and condom accessorizing

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8. Susan Powter's "Stop the Insanity"

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9. These characters from In Living Color


10. Soy Bomb


11. Vitamin C

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12. MTV personalities Kennedy, Daisy Fuentes, John Sencio, and Tabitha Soren


13. Kid 'n Play hair

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14. The Snapple Lady

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15. Volleyball star Gabrielle Reece

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16. The H.O.R.D.E. music festival

17. MTV's Rock N' Jock B-Ball Jam

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18. Jewel's book of poetry

19. Actresses With Three Names

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From Left: Penelope Ann Miller, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Mary Stuart Masterson

20. Bebe's Kids

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21. The mother in What's Eating Gilbert Grape

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22. The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos

23. Dan and Dave commercials

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24. Run Lola Run

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25. This scene from Varsity Blues

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26. The "big secret" in The Crying Game

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27. When Sharon Stone wore a Gap shirt to the Academy Awards

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28. Chris Gaines (otherwise known as Garth Brooks)


29. Wino Forever

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