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November 21, 2023

Hey, fellow time-travelers! It’s Nostalchicks, bringing you a nostalgic trip down memory lane to the glorious ’90s. Buckle up as we reminisce about the Thanksgiving traditions that defined our childhood.

From fashion faux pas to crafting masterpieces, join me in unraveling the tapestry of a 90s Thanksgiving. Get ready for a journey filled with hand turkeys, leftover feasts and the unmistakable soundtrack of our favorite ’90s jams.

Whether you’re a 90s kid or just here for the vibes, let’s dive into the magic of a Thanksgiving past. 🦃✨

1. Fashioned a Killer Outfit:

We might have been little fashionistas, but Thanksgiving called for a special ensemble. Remember rocking those velvet dresses or oversized flannel shirts? Iconic.

2. Mastered the Art of Hand Turkeys:

Before emojis, we expressed our artistic talents by tracing our hands and turning them into fabulous turkey art. No Thanksgiving table was complete without these masterpieces.

3. Watched the Macy’s Parade on TV:

Thanksgiving morning meant cozying up on the couch, eagerly waiting for those gigantic balloons to float across the screen. It was a tradition we wouldn’t dare miss.

4. Helped Mom in the Kitchen (or at least tried):

Attempting to assist in the kitchen, we often ended up making more of a mess than contributing. But hey, it’s the thought that counts, right?

5. Played Board Games with the Fam:

Once the feast was over, it was game time. Whether it was Monopoly, Scrabble, or the classic game of Life, family game night was a Thanksgiving staple.

6. Binge-Watched Thanksgiving Episodes:

Friends, Saved by the Bell, or Fresh Prince—thanksgiving-themed episodes were a must. It was the perfect way to wind down after a day filled with turkey and stuffing.

7. Crafted DIY Decorations:

Thanksgiving wasn’t complete without some handmade decorations. Whether it was paper Pilgrim hats or DIY table centerpieces, we embraced our inner crafters.

8. Took Embarrassing Family Photos:

Ah, the era of disposable cameras! We snapped away, capturing those candid (and slightly embarrassing) family moments. The resulting photo album was a masterpiece of nostalgia.

9. Enjoyed Leftovers for Days:

Thanksgiving leftovers were a gift that kept on giving. Turkey sandwiches, mashed potato bowls and stuffing snacks—the feast continued long after the official day.

10. Blasted 90s Jams at the Friendsgiving Gathering:

When Friendsgiving rolled around, it wasn’t just about the food; it was also about creating a vibe. Cue the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys and TLC—because nothing says ’90s like a good throwback jam.


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