The fascinating tragedy of Flappy Bird might go down in history as a defining “grunge moment” for videogames.
Once a staple of grunge, Birkenstocks have reemerged as a fashionable item for spring.
Thanks to the Duchess, an obsession with grunge and bed head has been replaced by an interest in impeccable polish.
The music sounds like generic 90s grunge, with an occasional Madonna, Aerosmith, or Beastie Boys song thrown in.
“There used to be movements, and then that sort of died after the New Romantics and grunge,” she continues.
It was Cobain and his grunge mates who resurrected the goatee from its Beat obsolescence in the 1990s.
Nineties' grunge rockers Pearl Jam are back with a stunner of a video and a great song.
And with a fine dose of ribbon embroidery and a bit of sparkle, grunge was dressed up enough for a grownup.
Looking back, I feel like there was something really magical about that whole period: Generation X, grunge, slackers.
grunge makes sense if you're a sad, self-righteous teenager.
"sloppiness," also "untidy person," 1965, American English teen slang, probably a back-formation from grungy. The music and fashion style that originated in Seattle is attested from the early 1990s.
/gruhnj/ 1. That which is grungy, or that which makes it so.
2. [Cambridge] Code which is inaccessible due to changes in other parts of the program. The preferred term in North America is dead code.