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80's children, rejoice!

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  1. Fr0stTr0n

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    They are older than that. Christmas record out in the early 60s.
    Descendants of the "Witch Doctor."
     
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    It was actually even earlier than that, 1958 according to Wikipedia. The chipmunks are /old./ So are the Smurfs, for that matter.

    And besides, us 90's kids are well aware of the 80's versions of both of those shows, because they were still in periodic re-runs clear into the 2000's. "90's kids" who were born in the late 90's (and were therefore too young to remember anything about the 90's /or/ the first half of the 2000's) may be too young, but not real 90's kids.

    Edit: Although I misread that. I thought it said "people born in the 90's," not "people born after '90." Subtle but significant difference, I was born early in that year. But then my sister was born almost five years later, and she remembers the 80's chipmunks re-runs too.
     
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