A video showcasing the different sounds of some popular gadgets from the 80s and 90s has gone viral on the internet, prompting netizens to recall their childhood memories. People who were born in the 80s and 90s are quite fond of the 44-second clip, as it reminds them of their good old days.
However, the new generation finds it difficult to relate to the clip, as the gadgets featured are from the 80s and 90s.
The soothing sounds of these gadgets have refreshed the memories of several parents who spent most of their time playing with these gadgets in their childhood.
The soothing sounds of these gadgets have refreshed the memories of several parents who spent most of their time playing with these gadgets. In the clip, a person can be seen demonstrating gadgets such as video game cassettes, Walkman, DVR, video player, television buttons, and rotary dial telephones. The person opens, closes, or presses buttons on these gadgets to create sounds.
80s and 90s Sound pic.twitter.com/iQUEQttN27— World Of History (@CuriosityHubs) March 18, 2023
The main purpose of the video was to bring back childhood memories for people who were born between the 80s and 90s. The clip was shared by the Twitter account @worldofhistory with the caption, "80s and 90s Sound".
Since being shared, the clip has garnered more than 643,000 views and over 12,000 likes. People who were born during that era have filled the comment section with lovely messages and thanked the Twitter account for sharing the clip.
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Here are some interesting comments.
1970s- into early 90s. I was born in 71 & I can remember many of these in the mid to late 70s even. Memories.... But I didn't have some of these though.— ❤🙏AnitaMarie71 (@71IAMSJustMe19) March 19, 2023
Golden Days of our life.— Anindita Banerjee (@AninditaB_AB) March 19, 2023
Only 90s kids can relate.
Wow! I just gotten taken back to my childhood. Especially the wildlife cards. I used to love getting the new ones in the mail. Every single one of those sounds I’ve experienced. 🤣— Johnson Don (@dotterj411) March 18, 2023
I like literally had everything in this video— Pu'Chie (@Puchie79_) March 19, 2023