Primary school was a much simpler time for all of us.

Your dad was harder than everyone else鈥檚 dad, your mum鈥檚 home-microwaved meals were tastier than everyone else鈥檚 mums鈥? and no matter how rubbish your drawings were they were lashed on the fridge with a magnet regardless.

If you went to primary school in Liverpool in the 90s, you鈥檒l recognise these things that were amazingly cool... at the time.

Let us know if you鈥檝e got any more to add.

1) Copying this Robbie Fowler celebration and getting told off but not knowing why

Robbie Fowler enjoying himself

2) Hilariously informing people they dropped their gay card

3) Getting people to look down and see this symbol and then punching them in the arm

Now you've seen this someone needs to give you a dig

4) Sitting on this bench in assembly in Year 6 and feeling like you owned the place

One bench to rule them all: the king of primary school furniture

5) Winter PE lessons involving this monster piece of apparatus

Secondary school PE lessons couldn't live up to this incredible piece of primary school apparatus

6) Rockport shoes

The only shoe you could be seen in in 1996

7) The Helly Hansen jacket

Everyone had one

8) Being upgraded to one of these

These Berol Handwriting pens signified a step up from the pencil

9) Chocolate Donut Day in the school canteen (the pre-Jamie Oliver era was a good one)

10) Being designated the role of Red Ranger at playtime (until the green ranger turned good and suddenly thrust the social hierarchy of Power Rangers roleplay into chaos)

Power Rangers

11) Maturely abandoning Word Art in favour of the subtle Comic Sans because you were in Year 6 now

Multicoloured Comic Sans font

12) Getting in trouble for telling the teacher you wouldn鈥檛 be doing any homework 鈥榓nd that鈥檚 the bottom line cos Stone Cold said so鈥?/h3>

13) Days that your packed lunch reached four-quadrant perfection with a Dairylea Lunchable, Pringles in a Pringles pot, a Freddo and a Sunny Delight

Pringles, yesterday

14) Cutting up bits of rubber and pinging them at each other with a ruler

15) Attaching sticky weed to people鈥檚 backs without them realising

16) That lunchtime when Amy swore down her alien was giving birth because she鈥檇 rubbed its back against another alien and put it in the fridge

The debate over whether these baby aliens could give birth was a key feature of the 90s playground

17) Getting an invite to a birthday party at a Charlie Chalk鈥檚 or a Wacky Warehouse

18) Or Hollywood Bowl on Edge Lane

Hollywood Bowl on Edge Lane Liverpool

19) Or McDonald鈥檚

20) (For boys) having one of three acceptable haircuts: The Shaved Head, The Bowl or The Nike Tick

21) Saying your cousin knew Michael Owen

Michael Owen celebrates after sealing a hat-trick against Newcastle
Michael Owen celebrates after sealing a hat-trick against Newcastle

22) Saying your cousin invented the paper fortune teller

The 100% accurate paper fortune teller

23) The potato gun

24) Wearing the only acceptable scent

ck one.

25) The day someone got in trouble for attempting to bite off someone鈥檚 ear

26) Wearing a Lacoste tracksuit for own clothes day (bonus points if you and your dad were matching)

27) Watching Brookside and being obsessed with Tinhead and Emily

Tim (Tinhead) and Emily in Channel 4's Brookside

28) Going to your mate鈥檚 house whose mum didn鈥檛 care and let you play Mortal Kombat.

Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat

29) Singing Love Shine a Light in assembly instead of a proper hymn

30) Not praying in assembly cos you鈥檙e hard

31) Finding out your school trip was to Chester Zoo and the year above was being 鈥榯reated鈥?to a museum

Children go pond dipping with Chester Zoos education team

32) Obviously on the coach there were only two good places to sit - the back, or upstairs at the very front

33) Scented gel pens from WHSmith鈥檚 and using a different colour for each individual word

34) Cleverly clapping back at those who said they were older than you by saying 鈥榶ou鈥檒l die first鈥?/h3>

35) Bringing in a wedge of Computers for Schools vouchers and feeling like a G

Tesco Computers for Schools vouchers were incredibly popular in the 90s

36) 鈥楲osing鈥?a tooth in the middle of assembly

37) Being best mates with the school鈥檚 Costco child, whose parents had bought them a massive paddling pool, a trampoline, and a big tub of flumps

38) Owning a compartmentalised Disney pencil case

Disney's compartmentalised pencil case

39) Wearing ultra-chic black school trousers for school uniform instead of regulation grey

40) Rocking up to school having spent the weekend learning tricks on the X Brain yoyo

The Yomega X-Brain yoyo

41) Coating your conker with multiple coats of varnish

Conkers
Conkers

42) And finally - arriving knowing you鈥檒l be the king of the playground because you鈥檝e got a shiny Charizard

The most valuable thing you could own at primary school: The shiny Charizard Pokemon card