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Why do we classify the Disney movies of the early 90's as 90's films? The only factor is the time that they came out. Even after that, practically millions of kids were still watching them and even making them their favorites. Even Star Wars, despite being released from the late 70's to the mid-80's, and Harry Potter, despite being released in the late 90's to the mid-2000's, both of these still have incredibly high fan bases. Also, telling someone they shouldn't be able to know about the 90's because they weren't there is like telling someone they shouldn't learn history in school because it was before their time.

Why am I talking about this? This is because I've been feeling like people associate me with Generation Z simply because I was born in 1996. And let me tell you, it drives me f*ing crazy. I hate modern music, movies, right down to television. I preferred sticking to the Disney stuff on VHS from the 90's. Modern things can speak to me, but only rarely. I feel that everything was fine until 2006-2007 when everything was all about Disney Channel and Social Media. By that time, I was making the jump to middle school and those three years were nothing but serious angst.

I know you're only getting an idea of what I'm saying, but what do you say?

(I don't want to decide that, "I say that what you say is what I say").