'Waiting 48 hours to see my photos': Nostalgic millennials share hilarious ups and down of their youth using the hashtag #MyBiggestWorryinthe90s

Millennials have flooded Twitter with hilarious memes recalling the biggest teenage stresses of growing up in the nineties.

In a viral thread users posted the most relatable battles they had experienced with the trends and technologies of the beloved era, garnering thousands of retweets.

One user, Emma Wilde from London, admitted her biggest stress was whether she would get home in time from school to watch hit show Sabrina The Teenage Witch. 

Meanwhile another user revealed his daily battle trying to figure out how to fit his Discman into his pocket so he could listen to his CDs.

Elsewhere Robyn, from Michigan, admitted that listening to the radio and waiting for her favourite song to come on so she could record it on a cassette tape was a constant tribulation.

And again citing technology as her biggest bugbear, Nikki, a mother from Washington, recalled the worry of remembering to return her Blockbuster video rentals on time. 

We take a look at the funniest memories shared in the viral thread named 'My Biggest Worry In The 90s'.

Millennials have flooded Twitter with hilarious memes recalling the biggest teenage stresses of growing up in the nineties. Emma Wilde from London, admitted her biggest stress was whether she would get home in time from school to watch hit show Sabrina The Teenage Witch

Meanwhile another user by the name of Big Waldizzle revealed his daily battle trying to figure out how to fit his Discman into his pocket so he could listen to his CDs, in the viral Twitter thread describing the nineties

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Continuing the viral thread, Robyn, from Michigan, admitted that listening to the radio and waiting for her favourite song to come on so she could record it on a cassette tape was a constant trial

Nikki, a mother from Washington, recalled the worry of remembering to return her Blockbuster video rentals on time, in the viral thread named 'My Biggest Worry In The 90s'

A Twitter user by the name of Princess Buttercup shared a picture of the old internet dialling-up process, tweeting that her biggest fear was getting kicked of the 'world wide web' by a family member using the phone

Meanwhile another user named Sarah joked that she often wondered why her own cat didn't talk like the one featured in hit show Sabrina The Teenage Witch

Posting a picture of flavoured 'lipsmacker' lipbalms, Jessica Berlin admitted that her biggest worry of the nineties was having one of them melt in her pocket

Elsewhere Twitter user Lynette Shaw recalled the stress of having to wait 1-2 days for pictures to develop- not knowing whether they would come out nicely or not

And one Twitter user recalled the stress of ensuring their favourite videos didn't get recorded over in the viral thread of the biggest worries teenagers faced during the nineties

User Nathaniel Ben admitted the big question during the nineties was whether wrestling show WWE was real or not, in the hilarious Twitter thread

Meanwhile Twitter user Michelle revealed that her biggest stress was whether her curly perm, a huge eighties and nineties beauty trend, would break off all her hair

One nineties teen shared a famous scene from iconic film Clueless, which saw character Tai, played by Brittany Murphy, singing Coolio hit 'Rolling with the homies', and admitted his biggest stress whether he had any pals

Tweeting a scene from The Simpsons which saw Mr Burns shot by an unidentified assailant at the end of Part 1, one user admitted his biggest concern was who the shooter was

An American user by the name of JT joked that his biggest fear was being beaten up for his 1990 Air Jordan trainers or stealing his clothes from the clothes line

One user admitted wondering who would take care of his computer pet Tamogochi if he died played on his mind constantly, in the viral thread

Citing more than just one worry, one American Twitter user revealed that forgetting who borrowed her favourite CD, whether her mother would let her get a fourth ear piercing and whether she would survive the turn of the millennium were all her biggest nineties fears

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