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30 years after decades seem to be the most nostalgia milked.

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1890’s - The Gay Nineties is an American nostalgic term and a periodization of the history of the United States referring to the decade of the 1890s. It is known in the United Kingdom as the Naughty Nineties. “Gay Nineties” refers to the 1890s, when (supposedly) life was simpler and more fun ("gay"). The word “gay” in “Gay Nineties” did not mean “homosexual”

1920’s - The Roaring Twenties, sometimes stylized as Roaring '20s, refers to the 1920s decade in music and fashion, as it happened in Western society and Western culture. It was a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Europe.

1950’s - Outlived it’s nostalgia expiration.

1980’s - Another strong high nostalgic decade that outlived its expiration. 1950’s nostalgia was huge during this decade.

The 2010’s are next which was the decade that had tons of 80’s nostalgia in it. 2010’s nostalgia seems to be growing really quicker than I expected, I’ve been seeing lots of 2010’s nostalgia on Twitter, Youtube and TikTok. We gotta wait for it to reach its full potential.

I think the 2000’s nostalgia will be like the 1970’s nostalgia, not a good time to remember but most certainly the music, movies & culture will be admired.
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Looking forward to the 2040's then.
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Would have been a cute idea, but 1960's, 1970's and 1990's are very nostalgia prone.
They are but not to the same extent or overhyped as the 1890’s, 1920’s, 1950’s or 1980’s. All these decades were either looked on as a time of prosperity or fun because of the upbeat music. Not saying 60’s, 70’s & 90’s didn’t have nostalgia, just a lesser level compared to the previous decades I mentioned.
Would have been a cute idea, but 1960's, 1970's and 1990's are very nostalgia prone.
I guess so, there are tons of 1980's dress up parties and virtually none 1960's. 

Probably because the 80's were ridiculous and the 60's merely elegant.
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