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I Am Obsessed With Photos Of '90s Celebrities With Computers

The '90s was a really cringey time.

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1. Patsy Palmer poses with the EastEnders website.

More 2016 celebrities should pose for photographs with their own websites.
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More 2016 celebrities should pose for photographs with their own websites.

2. Carol Vorderman pretends to type at the Ideal Home show.

That's a recipe for papaya salad with a spicy dressing Carol we know you're not typing.
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That's a recipe for papaya salad with a spicy dressing Carol we know you're not typing.

3. Debbie Harry from Blondie and a cyber goth share a computer and look at blank webpage together.

So he's using the mouse and she's going to type? That's bloody good teamwork right there.
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So he's using the mouse and she's going to type? That's bloody good teamwork right there.

4. PJ and Duncan act like cool hip guys at a photocall at the British School of Motoring cyber cafe.

The caption reads "British pop duo PJ and Duncan at a BSM cyber cafe driving tuition photocall". I honestly do not know why the BSM had cyber cafe or why Ant and Dec were there.
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The caption reads "British pop duo PJ and Duncan at a BSM cyber cafe driving tuition photocall".

I honestly do not know why the BSM had cyber cafe or why Ant and Dec were there.

5. Tony Blair looks really casual as he launches the 10 Downing Street website.

Why is your hand on the mouse Tony? You're not even looking at the screen.
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Why is your hand on the mouse Tony? You're not even looking at the screen.

6. Prince Edward lurks creepily over a policeman trying to work.

That poor man.
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That poor man.

7. Prince Charles presses the right arrow key while a lady in an enormous carpet waistcoat gets a bit turned on.

"Do it...press it Charles...that's right...yess."
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"Do it...press it Charles...that's right...yess."

8. Loyd Grossman looks relaxed as he launches a computer at an art gallery.

Before he did pasta sauce, Loyd did uncomfortable computer photocalls.
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Before he did pasta sauce, Loyd did uncomfortable computer photocalls.

9. Some children force Cherie Blair to look at their shit MS Paint drawings while Tony grimaces on.

"What is that even meant to be? A dinosaur? Nice try"- Cherie.
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"What is that even meant to be? A dinosaur? Nice try"- Cherie.

10. Danish racing driver Jan Magnussen sexily examines computer readouts at Silverstone race course.

Nice blue steel Jan.
Claire Mackintosh / EMPICS Sports Photo Agency

Nice blue steel Jan.

11. The Queen creeps on a teenage boy using a computer mouse the wrong way round.

"How are you going to type now pal? Didn't think of that did you? Mug" - the Queen
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"How are you going to type now pal? Didn't think of that did you? Mug" - the Queen

12. Wimbledon tennis referee Alan Mills points at the weather forecast.

"Weather" he says.
Adam Butler / EMPICS Sports Photo Agency

"Weather" he says.

13. Alan Shearer acts like he's playing a football game.

Oh sure Alan, that's how you play a game, by not looking at the screen.
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Oh sure Alan, that's how you play a game, by not looking at the screen.

14. Some '90s dog at Crufts pretends to know what it's doing.

The caption says, "Millie the Golden Cocker Spaniel from Brechin, surfs the internet at Crufts Dog show at the NEC, Birmingham." Dogs can't read, '90s people.
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The caption says, "Millie the Golden Cocker Spaniel from Brechin, surfs the internet at Crufts Dog show at the NEC, Birmingham." Dogs can't read, '90s people.

15. Tony and Cherie look at a picture of Tony.

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AN WALDIE / PA Archive/Press Association Images

I want someone who looks at me the way Tony Blair looks at a picture of himself.

16. The Duke of York looks extremely casual about his own website.

He probably had to wait 45 minutes for that page to load on dial up, you'd be that excited too.
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He probably had to wait 45 minutes for that page to load on dial up, you'd be that excited too.

17. Melinda Messenger pretends to type on a laptop to launch some internet cafe.

The caption says "she poses for photographs on a surfboard". Remember when people said "surf the web"?
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The caption says "she poses for photographs on a surfboard". Remember when people said "surf the web"?

18. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson gets served a laptop on a platter.

Ok. Sure.
Michael Stephens / EMPICS Sports Photo Agency

Ok. Sure.

19. Michaela Strachan lurks over some kids who are just trying to email Santa in peace.

Sweet hoodies guys.
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Sweet hoodies guys.

20. Prince William, looks at memes (probably) at a horrible angle.

Remember when computers and keyboards were at the most uncomfortable angles?
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Remember when computers and keyboards were at the most uncomfortable angles?

21. Davina McCall pretends to type on a laptop with a blank screen.

"HAAHHHHA I'M DEFINITELY ON THE WEB GUYSS" - Davina.
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"HAAHHHHA I'M DEFINITELY ON THE WEB GUYSS" - Davina.

22. And Martine McCutcheon points at a computer displaying a picture of herself pointing at a computer.

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Oh my god it's like an infinite loop of Martines.