Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott for November 13, 2023

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    Blu Bunny  5 months ago

    Wanda and Darryl still dress that way, today.

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    Ubintold  5 months ago

    The 90’s weren’t bad.

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    danketaz Premium Member 5 months ago

    Nice to see Hammie’s sense of self-preservation is keeping his big mouth shut.

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    Ratkin  5 months ago

    I kept one suit and one sport coat and slacks from before I retired, but I gave away the rest of my work clothes.

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    Jacob Mattingly   5 months ago

    Never liked this trope. Kids will call something from the past old sure but most don’t think 20 years ago is ancient.

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    sergioandrade Premium Member 5 months ago

    As someone who went to school in the 1960’s I try to forget the ’90’s.

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    iggyman  5 months ago

    1990 was 33 years ago ! Oh my!

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    Notaspy  5 months ago

    You’re technically a 90’s kid, Zoe

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    Macushlalondra  5 months ago

    I went to junior high and high school in the 70’s. I remember once we had a 50’s day. Hard to believe at that point it was only 20 years ago. Now the 50’s seem very ancient.

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    BenGMan  5 months ago

    Wait, DIDN’T THIS STRIP BEGIN IN 1990???

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    Jeff0811  5 months ago

    In the ’90’s I wore denim, now I wear cargo pants/shorts. Other than that, not much has changed.

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 5 months ago

    1993 is as far away from today as 1963 was to 1993. If “It’s My Party (And I’ll Cry If I Want To)” sounded dated in a post grunge world, then 1993 is old timey.

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    GerryRoss  5 months ago

    Maybe Daryl still has a Soundgarden t-shirt he can lend Zoe.

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    tremaine53  5 months ago

    Dress Zoe up gear from the 1890’s.

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    Wren Fahel  5 months ago

    My daughter’s school had a “Decades” day where you could dress from any decade from the ‘60s to the ’90s. My daughter went for ’70s and wore a shirt that I actually wore at her age in the ’70s, along with an authentic “Smilie” button and a mood necklace that was my husband’s.

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    SquidGamerGal  5 months ago

    Feeling your age, Granny?

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    KageKat  5 months ago

    Go grunge, I guess? But then I suppose that’s Hammie’s typical mode anyway.

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    CrimsonOne18  5 months ago

    The 90’s aren’t really good for a dress up day. By then we had gotten into this “wear anything” mode we are still in today. They need to at least go back to the 70’s. There are plenty of re-run tv shows for them to get ideas from.

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    ctolson  5 months ago

    “Old-Timey”, “Vintage”, “Classic”, and “Antique” are all relative to a person’s age. I’m vintage.

    Tie-die is coming back and I suffered through it once in the 60’s and so now cringe at it’s second coming. The person looks like they were in a paint fight. I did enjoy the extra large bell-bottom jeans and the ones with panel inserts.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 5 months ago

    Wanda meets the face of aging and realizes that she is responsible for that face.

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    Wilde Bill  5 months ago

    Oh, I remember the 90s. Black denim was still cool.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Sweety that would be 3 decades ago.

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    Anim-84 Premium Member 5 months ago

    You are a 90s strip so technically you’re still there

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    oish  5 months ago

    Other than Goth and Grunge the 90’s was kinda boring for clothing. Not like the 80’s big or spikey hair and BUM / IZOD / Parachute Pants and Cavariccis

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    Sherlock5  5 months ago

    I was born in the 1950s. It’s a bit disconcerting to go to a museum and see things you remember as a kid on display as historical artifacts, particularly if it’s something you owned. What’s worse is if it’s something that is now a collector’s item and worth a lot, not that I would sell it. I still have Popeye and Mighty Mouse figures.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  5 months ago

    Her excitement is building in her own special way.

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    saylorgirl  5 months ago

    I’m a 60 baby and grew up in mostly the 70’s. To me the 70’s were great! The 80’s and 90’s music changed so much and me raising babies in 86 and 91 it’s all a blurr. LOL

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    sallyseckman  5 months ago

    Funny though since Zoe should be older than the 90s by now.

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    raybarb44  5 months ago

    All a matter of perspective……

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    blah_duh  5 months ago

    That’s because the teachers were born after the ‘90s, and they think it’s old-timey.

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    1JennyJenkins  5 months ago

    Here’s a quick run down of American everyday national costume which has been copied wordwide:

    Jeans and t-shirt or a sweatshirt is timeless attire. It was popular then and more than ever nowadays…

    That everyday fashion started in the fifties…until then, the jeans and t-shirts were already there from the gold rush days, it’s just that the people wore old worn out dress shirts on top, until those pretend cowboy top shirts became popular, but they quickly were replaced by the sweatshirts in the later sixties and they are still with us today, but the hoodie was added…

    The changes in jeans were from skinny to bell bottoms, to skinny and wide leg popular nowadays…plus the waist fit, to hip fit, to waist fit again…

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    The Quiet One  5 months ago

    I’m still wearing clothes from the 90’s.

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 5 months ago

    This is how my mom’s generation felt when we wore poodle skirts and such on Halloween in the 70’s

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  5 months ago

    1890’s or 1990’s?

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    GirlGeek Premium Member 5 months ago

    My version of 90s Day was finding clothes from the 70s and 80s

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 5 months ago

    From what I remember, fashion in the 90s was nothing special. But a lot of perfume was used. Way too much perfume.

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 5 months ago

    Hey!!! I still wear clothes from the 90’s. Jeans haven’t changed much since then.

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    KingDavidLane  5 months ago

    3 decades!

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    nightshadea2010  5 months ago

    funny thing is the oldest daughter was a baby on the baby blues tv showing the 90s lol

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