I found this online and thought it would be fun to share. Sorry to me American friends who probably wont get any of it.
I grew up in Australia in the 90's.
You made worms by squeezing your Vegemite or peanut butter crackers together.
The best parties always had fairy bread.
The Waugh twins. Go! Aussie! Go!
Super League almost ruining rugby league in Australia.
Getting the Easter Show guide from the paper and circling all the show bags you wanted.
You thought everyone in America carried a gun and you never wanted to go there because you were were scared you'd get shot.
Blinky Bill, Mr Squiggle and Gumby.
Doing research for school projects by going to the library or looking up an encyclopaedia rather than using the internet.
Brian Henderson and Richard Morecroft reading the news.
Paul Keating was some guy that ran the country and John Howard became the only PM you really ever knew because you were too young to care before that.
Waking up early everyday to watch Agro’s Cartoon Connection or Cheez TV.
Hey Hey It’s Saturday.
Everyone got the Coke bag at the Easter Show and it was only $10.
Birthday parties at McDonald's.
A pinch and a punch for the first day of the month. No returns!
The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Don’t push me, push a push pop!
Nobody made "not" jokes... NOT!!
Bathurst stopped being Holden vs. Ford and all those European cars came in until they came to their senses.
Who shot Mr Burns?
That's so funny, I forgot to laugh.
You decorated your room with glow-in-the-dark stickers.
Singing "a ram sam sam, a ram sam sam, guli guli guli guli guli, ram sam sam, a rafi, a rafi, guli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam".
Seeing a small rack of DVDs in the video store and wondering if anyone ever rented them.
Dolly the sheep.
Getting up early to watch the Rage Top 50.
Friends when they were all actually just friends. Why didn't Phoebe and Joey get together?
Watching The Simpsons back when it was funny, every night on Channel 10.
Power Rangers becoming cooler than the Ninja Turtles, even though the Turtles will always be cooler.
Smell the cheese.
Vulcan, Tower, Flame... Australian Gladiators.
Watching Hey Dad! and then seeing little Arthur McArthur go on to star in that famous Sorbent ad.
Full Frontal, not Comedy Inc.
Downloading music from Napster.
Going to see Titanic.
The winner is… Sydney.
Mighty Max and Polly Pocket. Max and Polly always got lost because they were so bloody small.
Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
Waiting for Tony “Plugger” Lockett to break that record.
Australia didn’t always win the cricket.
The Socceroos couldn’t qualify for the World Cup.
John Eales captained the Wallabies and we won the World Cup.
Ray Martin hosted A Current Affair.
Zoopa Doopa ice blocks were only 20c and if you couldn’t afford it, you asked the canteen lady to cut it in half so you could split it with a friend.
Listening to boy bands like Human Nature and girl bands like Girlfriend.
Barbie, not Bratz.
The Spice Girls.
Happy Meals were only $2.95 and the toys were simple but actually good.
Brad Fittler was the best in the world.
Thorpe won lots of gold medals and wasn’t so gay.
Playing tackle Bull Rush at lunchtime and having tackling banned. You had to resort to grab 1-2-3 or tip. Same goes for footy.
Pogs and Looney Tunes Tazos.
You laughed at the fat kid on the Cottees cordial ad and changed the song to "My Dad picks his nose..."
You ate Smarties instead of M&M’s.
Service stations didn’t need space for 4 digits on their petrol prices signs.
Girl germs! Boy germs!
You had to actually call your friends rather than send them an SMS.
Paul Jennings’ Gizmo books.
The feeling of wonder you got, the first time you were able to see the image in one of those Magic Eye 3D pictures.
Talk to the hand!
Johnson and Friends, Noddy and Humphrey B. Bear.
You wished you had enough Lego to build those amazing cities they displayed in the brochures.
Collecting Yowie toys. Aussie wildlife was way cooler than any stupid Kinder Surprise toy.
Playing truth or dare with your secret crush.
Mark Taylor equalling Don Bradman's record.
Roger Ramjet, he’s our man, hero of our nation.
We had paper money.
Telling those Dobbers where to stick it by singing, "Dibba dobba dibba dobba number nine, wearing nappies all the time" and, "Dibba dobba Cindy went to kindy, stepped on a bindy wa wa wa."
Good on ya Mum! Tip Top’s the one!
You could buy more than enough food from the school canteen for only $2.
Begging your parents to go to McDonald’s for dinner.
Noni, Monica and that bald guy named George on Play School.
Going to World 4 Kids to look at all the toys.
Watching The Lion King and feeling Simba’s pain when Mufasa died. Disney just doesn’t make them like that anymore.
Soft serve cones were only 30c and they never tried to up-sell a Flake because they didn’t have it.
Nesquik without the Nes.
The Kids' Works at Pizza Hut with unlimited drink refills. You made an ice cream mountain covered in choc chips and marshmallows and could never finish it.
Thomas the Tank Engine and TUGS.
Ba-na-na-na-na! Ba-na-na-na-na! Make those bodies sing!
You had to get your photos developed.
Your family didn’t own a 4WD unless it was a real one like a Land Cruiser or Patrol. Range Rovers were tough and nobody thought BMW would make a 4WD, let alone Porsche.
The Channel 9 logo had dots next to it and the Channel 7 logo wasn’t a folded piece of paper.
No Hat, no play.
High five! Up high, down low, too slow!
Cheating in Heads Down, Thumbs Up.
You always wished your parents had bought you a bigger Super Soaker for Christmas. Christmas is hot in Australia... the more water, the better.
Collecting hundreds of tickets from Timezone just so you could trade them for some crappy prize that you could have bought from Woolies for ten bucks.
Healthy Harold day was the best because you got to miss class to sit in a tiny caravan and listen to a talking giraffe.
Playing handball with Ace, King, Queen and Dunce and making up stupid rules as you went along.
Skipping ropes and Jump Rope for Heart Day.
Chewing the crappy gum in Bubble-O-Bill's nose and wishing they could just use Hubba Bubba instead.
Who Dares! Who Dares! Who Dares Wins!
Having your very own Dollarmites account and getting really excited when you earned a tiny bit of interest.