Lunch trades were an important practice for 90s kids. During school lunch time, 90s kids would trade various lunch items in hopes of getting more lucrative treats.
“I was born on a pirate ship” was a 90s social game. A person would hold their tongue and repeat the phrase “I was born on a pirate ship”.
Home Skillet is 90s slang to refer to someone as a friend. It’s an alternative to “home slice”, that has the same meaning.
The Urkel is a 1991 line dance routine. It debuted on the television series Family Matters in the episode “Life of the Party”.
“Not” is a 90s slang term. It was a quick-witted retort, often stated after a sarcastic or absurd remark.
“Phat” is early 90s slang, it’s an alternative way of saying something is “nice” or “cool”.
Sup is an abbreviated version of “what’s up?”. It’s a greeting that was used in the 90s.
The dancing baby is short animation of a baby dancing. It is considered one of the first internet memes.
Trippin is a 90s slang term meaning upset, or someone behaving in negative manner.
Starter Jackets are a line of sports team branded jackets created by Starter. The jackets were worn by popular athletes and entertainers during the 80s and early 90s and became extremely popular.