Anyone born between 1980 and the early 2000's (if not later) knows this theme song. And if you were born in the 90s, you most likely didn't even watch this show while it was still making new episodes (it aired from 1990 to 1996). Stop acting as if 90s kids are part of some
elite club and that we were the only people to ever experience older pop culture references like The Fresh Price of Bel-Air.
As a 90s kid myself: Please shut up about how awesome growing up in the 90s was. We get it.
And it really wasn't that much better than growing up now.
Seriously. I get the nostalgia factor, but with how everyone seems to be raving about their 90s childhood, you'd think the 90s was some sort of Utopia. If you'd grown up in the early 2000s, you'd probably think your childhood was pretty damn good, too. The times might have changed, but that doesn't make the current times a childhood wasteland.
Most of the people who brag about being 90s kids are the ones who were born in like 96 or 97 and don't remember the 90s anyways.
Yeah, us true 90's kids will get it! Also, you know, everyone who has heard of that show.
The only thing that makes you a "true 90s kid" is being born in the 90s. Even if someone hadn't heard of this, it doesn't suddenly change their birth year.
Like AwkwardMoments said, if you were born in the 90s you probably didn't even watch it while it was still new. I was born in 1995. You think I was watching TV as an eight-month-old?
Chances are even if you are a 90s kid, you were born in 1990-1997, when you were too young to watch shows like that anyway. I mean, really, were you seriously watching All That and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air at age 4?
What about kids in Cambodia or Africa who were born in the 90s but didn't have access to American television? Are they not "true 90s kids" even though they were born early 90s?
fresh prince is still in reruns dumbass, a 10 year old could know that,