OIF means “Oh, if I find out!”, referring to someone discovering their partner is cheating. Created by the rap group Wreckx-n-Effect, it’s a play off of O.P.P.
“Going Somewhere” was a slang term used commonly in the 90s to describe a person going to a location. Instead of actually saying the location, the person would say “going somewhere”.
“It’s now safe to turn off your computer.” is a message displayed after shutting down a Windows 95 operating system.
The 1990s turn 31 today! Dunkaroos and Gushers to all! Happy b-day 90s!
The 90s officially turn 30 years old today. Happy Birthday to most awesome decade of all time!
In 1999, Star Wars fans around the country camped out days, and sometimes weeks, before the premier of Star Wars: Episode One The Phantom Menace. It was one of the first films to witness such a fan phenomenon.
December 31, 2001 is the first New Year’s Eve after the September 11th Terrorist Attacks. Their were fears of another terrorist attack, particularly in Times Square New York.
“Finish Him!” is a quote from the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. After the completion of a fight, the overseer yell’s “Finish Him!” or “Finish Her!”, giving the bout winner an opportunity to perform a horrific killing (known in the game as Fatalities) on their battered opponent.
The Sega CD attachment made it possible for CD-ROM based games and music playback for the Sega Genesis. The add-on was known for it’s large library of Full Motion Video (FMV) games. The North American release of the accessory was in 1992.
FMV or full motion video is a type of video game that heavily relied on videos rather then actual gameplay. This was popular around the early 90s with the widespread release of CD-ROM discs and consoles such as the Sega CD and 3DO.