HI! I'm Lisa. And I love my cat Mittens and my lovingly triple-laced Doc Martens. And my guitar's name is Poon. And the 90s were rad.also, THIS
Us, before leaving for Havana’s art deco hotel in the Malecon district (west of Centro Habana).
Riot Grrls at a Gay Rights March, 1993
The 90s were rad because “I was always taught that IF IT LOOKS LIKE A DUCK AND WALKS LIKE A DUCK…”
The 90s were rad because all the teenage pregancy scare propaganda films featured 35 year-old monogamous Canadian couples.
The 90s were rad because it’s Human Nature and I’m Not Sorry.
The 90s were rad because stamps were licked more then. And mass-chain letters caused moral panic, a precursor to social networking, really.
I remember being a little kid.. and my mom getting chain letters in the mail.
Everytime she got one, she would freak out and go through the phone book getting people’s addresses to send them out. It was totally illegal but she was so scared by the stories inside.
They always said stories about people dying horrible deaths if they didn’t send them to 20 people. She would get them like at least once a week.. They were all the rage back then.
I was just a kid..
and she bought so many stamps..
SO MANY STAMPS!
The 90s were rad because back then, Carnie Wilson seemed so uncomplicated.
When your little sister is about to pop out a little sprog, it’s probably a good idea to be wearing something comfortable. You might have to be sitting on one of those uncomfortable waiting room chairs for hours, anxious to hear the results of all those hours of breathing and pushing. Also, you need something that will look snappy if you have to put on some scrubs and assist in the delivery room. Lucky for Roseanne, she’s invested in a pair of geometric print leggings!