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A lot of things make me nostalgic. Even things from just a few years ago. In fact, the things I have the sweetest spot of nostalgia for, so to speak, would probably be games and music I listened to throughout 2006.
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The movie Grease is extremely nostalgic for me. While I didn't grew up around the time it came out my mom loved and I used to see it a lot as a kid. The funny part about is that I did not know what the characters where saying because I didn't know english, I saw this movie a few months ago, and... it's actually quite a boring film. But it took me back to my first visits to the US and when I was a kid.
"Tell her that I miss our little talks."
Did people used to be more or less tolerant of insane spelling mistakes?
If each mistake being made is a new one, then progress is being made.
I'm only 27, but I remember them playing this PSA in the late 80s and early 90s.
What's "nestalgic"? I know what "nostalgic" is, but not "nestalgic".
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I was slightly disappointed with Sonic CD on Sonic Gems Collection on the other the hand. The gameplay was fine given that it was essentially a US (NTSC) port that suffered none of the limitations in the PAL version (slower framerates and (larger) black bars). However, by consequence it also featured the US rearranged soundtrack instead of the original Japanese soundtrack--and the one thing that especially attracted me to Sonic CD was the latter; not that the former sounded awful or anything (I liked it besides the game); it's just that I thought the Japanese version sounded more quirky and more, well... Sonic.
ON TOPIC: Pretty much all the games made by Nintendo, my Pokémon Trading Card collection, and a bird's home that I found and kept since 1989; that's pretty "nestalgic" don't you think? ;P
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