AIM was one of the first instant-messaging services the general public experienced. For many who went through school in the late ’90s and early 2000s, it was a first taste of the always-connected lifestyle we now live.
A pickup line by Joey Tribbiani from the NBC show Friends.
Fantasy” is a song by Mariah Carey. It was released on September 12, 1995
Class of 1995 Mixtape folder – is the name of Yianna’s upcoming mixtape
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Воровские (Vorovskie) folder – refers to “Russian chanson“, Blatnaya – a genre of Russian song characterized by depictions of criminal subculture and the urban underworld, which are often romanticized and have criminally-perverted humor in nature.
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Good shit is always a gooooood shiieeeeeeet!!!! you knw what it izzz
prikoliiiiiii – (приколы) means jokes, prank videos.
People used to name ‘funny video’ files like that in Soviet Union countries.
Internet, no COMPUTER itself, was a new thing and rare, only few could afford it, so when they didn’t know the original file name, they’d name it PRIKOLIIIIIIII :))
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saylinjeti – refers to Georgian word ‘საყლინჯეთი’
This is how AOL messenger chat room looked like
Blockbuster was an American-based provider of home movie and video game rental services through a video rental shop, DVD-by-mail, streaming, video on demand, and cinema theater. Blockbuster expanded internationally throughout the 1990s.
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Netscape was the dominant web browser in terms of usage share in the 1990s.
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25 60 60 was one of the classic Georgian catchphrases.
It’s basically a phone number of a Georgian furniture moving company.

They’d put their ads on tv all the time, literally, it was everywhere,
it was on tv, radio, newspapers, magazines, in my closet, in my head, everywhere!

They had this very simple but so annoying commercial saying:
Furniture moving service 25-60-60
link to the video: