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26 playground crazes and fashions from schooldays in the 1990s From News Shopper Arising from similar games played in 17th century Japan and early 20th century Hawaii, the Pogs brand was a modern adaptation of this simple stacking game.

Schoolchildren towered their cardboard pogs printed with the most 90s style graphics you'll still see to this day and used a "slammer" to scatter the discs. Those that laid face up were theirs to keep (if traditional rules were followed). With sets dedicated to anything from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Jurassic Park to Christmas and Cadbury's, they were supremely collectible but a flash in the pan in terms of popularity. Walkers burberry sale Crisps introduced something rather fantastic to playgrounds around the country in the mid 90s, yet they were only a rebrand of something released just a few years earlier. Tazos were essentially Pogs with notches around the edge, allowing them to interlock; designs started with a Looney Tunes range in 1994, leading to Walkers multipacks being ransacked on supermarket shelves. Later, a Star Wars collection was released, complemented by a collection book. Getting burberry kids all 50 was a chore, but if anyone asks burberry outlet orlando why the 90s led to a spike in childhood obesity, this school craze can certainly be factored into the phenomenon. Coins were repurposed in the 90s to become so called "medals", once again bidding to become collectors' items in playgrounds across the UK and beyond. Luckily for some coin producers, they were desirable. The most famous set was the one inspired by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which came with its own cardboard frame, though another series of note the England Euro 96 squad set also managed to land thousands of schoolchildren with beautiful footballer faces immortalised in metal, such as those of Martin Keown and David Platt. Seen by many as the biggest school craze of all, Tamagotchis really hit the heights of ubiquity in the UK around 1997. These small keyring sized gadgets allowed schoolchildren to manage the lives of a pet, from feeding and exercising them to cleaning up after they did their dirty business. The aim was to keep one alive for as long as possible; anything over a week was a stretch for most kids. Eventually banned from plenty of schools around the world, Tamagotchis would go on to inspire all kinds of modern console and mobile games; these little toys did, however, offer simplicity that is somewhat unmatched by successors. Pokmon's huge popularity on TVs, Game Boys and N64s was not just complemented, but galvanised by, the trading card phenomenon in playgrounds. Taking on rules similar to fellow card game Magic: the Gathering yet offering the simplicity of Top Trumps, the game element itself wasn't really played trading was the main aim for schoolchildren, much like football stickers were in years past. Indeed, real money could be made Pokmon cards weren't cheap to start burberry handbags on sale with, but rare cards could give a good return on investment. Nowadays, rare and pristine cards often sell for thousands of dollars.

Skateboarding was relatively expensive and painful for school going learners in the late 90s, yet the influence of an emerging skating scene off the back of computer games, such as the much celebrated Tony Hawk led series, only pushed kids to explore every avenue of the craze. Tech Decks skateboards for your fingers were perhaps the next best thing. Quick fingers could master moves in minutes that would take months to learn on a full size board, so they took off quickly in classrooms across the UK accessories and all.


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