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17 sounds that will make all 90s Irish kids weep with nostalgia

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Jun 10th 2016, 9:30 PM 8,976 3

IF YOU WERE a teen in 90s Ireland, these sounds will hit you right in the feels.

1. Who could forget the Gameboy startup sound

* Loads Super Mario*

2. The MSN sounds were LIFE

Source: fabriziorocca/YouTube

OMGG YOUR CRUSH IS ONLINE.

3. The Windows 95 startup meant a serious game of Pinball was about to go down

4. Banging out the tunes on this

recorder Source: Eq

5. The old Late Late show intro just screamed Friday night

Source: TheDoran144/YouTube

6. The dial up sound

Source: willterminus/YouTube

Followed by your mam screaming at you that she had to use the phone.

7. The Sims build mode

Source: Bob Saget/YouTube

ROSEBUD, ROSEBUD, ROSEBUD.

8. This coming on your VHS

Source: Walter White/YouTube

It’s still so comforting to this day.

9. The Network Two announcements

Source: stack0487/YouTube

10. BOSCO

Source: boscosbox/YouTube

Bosco is on, you’re home from school, and you’ve got a cup of tea and a biscuit. Bliss.

11. If you were a bit older… California Dreams

Source: dream517/YouTube

12. Oooh ARR, it’s Ambrosia!

Source: malcolm green/YouTube

13. NO list would be complete without this gem

Source: almery1916/YouTube

If this doesn’t send chills down your spine, nothing will.

14. Remember the sound of these balls bouncing on the tarmac?

4006149509073_base_2 Source: Redlily

15. The sound of Furby

[deathly silence in the middle of the night]

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH.

16. The Glenroe titles

Source: LizaCortez/YouTube

17. Of course, we couldn’t forget the Pat the Baker ad

Source: Syzy9ial/YouTube

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