Even the most overachieving, eager-to-please '90s child would probably agree that there was something alluring about doing what you were told not to. I'd be willing to be money that you had a few rules you broke in the '90s when your parents weren't around to stop you. Even though you knew they wouldn't approve. Even though you knew that they'd be... maybe not mad. Just... disappointed. In my house, I was always being reminded to share with my brother and sister. That was the rule. We shared. But when no one was around to stop me, that Bath and Body Works lotion was mine and mine only, dang it. Do you hear?
I was your classic teacher's pet and wanted so badly to impress the adults around me; but even I had a little fun now and again doing things that I knew were a no-no. Children of the '90s, any of this bad behavior sound familiar?