This Was The Week 90s Kids Everywhere Said Goodbye To Their Youth

But it doesn't have to be a bad thing

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It’s been brewing for a while, but it was the announcement that All Saints are reforming that put the final nail in the coffin.

Suddenly we’re Spotifying their greatest hits, reciting the ‘Never Ever’ monologue (who knew it was still up there?) and wondering why we ever stopped listening to 'Pure Shores'. We’ve so far resisted revisiting the cargo pants and Timberlands look, but we can’t promise it will stay that way.

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The thing is, when the things that shaped your formative years start to make a comeback it’s officially the death knell for your youth.

They’ve been away long enough for everyone to forget the reasons why they left in the first place and now, having gathered just the right amount of nostalgia with the relevant generation, they’re back for another shot.

In the process, they’re making us realise that we are no longer The Youth. Nope, we’ve bumped up a category. We’re the inbetweeners, hovering between youth and proper, serious adulthood. So, what can we do? How about we just embrace it – and let these guys takes us right back to the good old days…

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