Hakuna matata is your one and only life motto.
You remember seeing the tale as old as time. In theaters. With your parents.
You can still see these pictures if you squint and think real hard.
You grew up wishing The Muses could narrate your life story.
You know you can win it in a minute when you spin it, spin it, spin it!
You can vividly remember the plot of every episode of Boy Meets World. And you’re still not sure how Mr. Feeny got a job at that university.
Two words: zetus lapetus.
You know that the Goof Troop always sticks together.
You spend every October 31st in Halloweentown.
You wished your house was this smart.
You sometimes find yourself chanting “Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!”
You remember the internet through the eyes of the Zoogs.
When you rollerblade, you pretend like you’re Andy Brink Brinker.
You knew Ryan, Justin, Christina, Britney, and Keri back when they were in the MMC.
You wish you had the skillz of Johnny Tsunami.
You’re “NOT THE MAMA!”
You know Gummi Bears aren’t just a candy.
You know all the Duck Tales (♫ oo-woo-oo! ♫).
You knew you’d never have a friend like Genie, but Robin Williams made it seem so fun!
You’re of the only generation that associates ducks with danger.
You were all about the 3D costume cutouts.
You associate major life decisions with rivers. (And you know you can’t step in the same one twice.)
You were there for “To Infinity” before it went Beyond.
Your gaming obsession can be traced back to these.
You hear this in sing-song: “One Saturday Morning!”
You know what to do.
You know it’s a seed, okay.
You had one of those puffy autograph books and you were a professional at filling it.
Stand Out is still your “get pumped” song.
You’ve always wanted to (or, let’s be real, you already did) Rafiki your pet.
You remember thinking “What’s Mrs. Potts doing in my favorite song sequence from Tarzan?”
You practiced reading with these.
You wanted to find your way into the Hunchback of Notre Dame so you could befriend Quasimodo.
You knew exactly when to flip these tapes over to hear the rest of the story.
The Sanderson sisters still haunt your dreams.
You still own VHS copies of The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast. Also Hercules. Oh, and Pocahontas.
Your childhood wardrobe looked a lot like this. (Sometimes at the beach, sometimes on Halloween, and sometimes just because you felt like dressing up like Aurora while you were reading on the couch.)
When you have something big to accomplish you sing ♫ Let’s get down to business… ♫ to yourself.
You know who this girl is and why she has her own song.
If you’re a 90s Disney kid, know that you’re in good company. We recommend reliving the glory days with heavy doses of sing-alongs, the knowledge that Girl Meets World is coming to Disney Channel in the future, and repeated True to Your Heart dance parties.