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clubnintendoarchives 2 weeks ago

You'll be surprised how many younger people feel similarly, from various age groups (and, thus, with differing nostalgia). That realisation that what was new and exciting when you were a kid is now considered 'old hat' can catch you off-guard at the worst of times. There is no easy solution, especially when - as you say - you grow attached to how things were. I don't really know what else to say, I'm afraid...

It's now technically been over a decade since 2009. Goddammit all...
lolwut? was updated.
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frogesay 3 weeks ago

In 2030 you’ll be posting about le lole girl and all the other forced memes of /s4s/, which by this point has turned into Turbo /b/.

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lolwut 3 weeks ago

Aha, but mine is a 2000s nostalgia site, and /s4s/ (which I don't browse, and still don't truly understand) did not even exist until 2013!

Killer site, dude. I still say "lolwut" and call the net serious business (usually shortened to "srs bsns") on a regular basis. I also saw your page about the old Disney Channel announcer. You might be interested to learn that he (or someone who sounds suspiciously like him) is now the announcer for the TV channel "Laff". Here's a sample:
lolwut 4 weeks ago

Thanks, friend. One day about two years ago I also stumbled upon the Laff channel, and would have forgotten about it completely if it weren't for me encountering once again Cam's familiar voice in the bumpers, which I recognized immediately after years of hearing him on Disney Channel. I tune in on occasion only to hear him, and don't even bother to watch their shows.

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