hight time, rolling stone,playboy etc
Mad magazine And BMX and Mustang monthly.
Transworld snowboarding and skateboarding
Mountain bike magazine.
And FHM lol
I read Teen Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine and sometimes Mad Magazine.
Zap, Freak Bros, still Heavy Metal
Discovered the BBS modem / America Online / EarthLink / Internet
All sorts of music magazines, British and American.
Mainly Xbox, BMX, Skating etc… Some metal magazines as well
Seems to me that it’s irrelevant now we have the internet.
Ironically, Psychology Today. TIME, MAD. LIFE. The occasional National Geographic. Readers Digest. Playboy; I really read the articles! And the naked ladies weren’t bad either. Penthouse.
Sky and Telescope and other astronomy magazines ,
MAD, Illustrated Science, Some random gossip magazine I can’t remember the name of, and a bunch of comic magazines
Viz - a British adult comic
- Game Pro
- Scuba Diving
- Aviation magazines
New musical express
Seventeen Magazine, Tiger Beat, Mad Magazine. I didn’t actually read much of Tiger Beat but I would rip out the pictures and put them on my wall. Tiger Beat: Encouraged obsessing over male teenage heartthrobs in as many teenage girls as possible was it’s main goal. I might have had slight Erotomania as a teenager
I had subscriptions to Nintendo Power, Gamepro, PC Gamer, and Electronic Gaming Monthly. I stopped when the internet became a major thing though.
Remember the cheat code sections?
One of them, I think it was EGM, had a section called the “Jaded Gamer” which was just this middle aged gamer named Bill ranting about things in video games that make no sense, for like a whole page. It was my favorite part of the magazine.
My friends got mad after I started kicking their butts in Mortal Kombat.
I read a bit of Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, and some tabloids, on occasion.
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