A long ass time ago. Not literally that year.
I haven't had a woman (p___y) since 1992. (It has been literally seven years but it might as well be 1992)
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The Year the first pokemon was released
Boyfriend : I've been playing pokemon longer than you've been alive.

Girlfriend : Impossible..pokemon was released in 1992, the year I was born!
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The Manchester United youth team of 1992, in which the young footballers Gary Neville (and later his brother Phil), Paul Scholes, David Beckham and Nicky Butt (all aged 16/17) plus Ryan Giggs (aged 18), won virtually everything there is to win at youth level because they were just such a fantastic team.
What makes this youth team so remarkable is that, not only were they all English (except left - wales - when - i - was - 7 - Giggs), they were all also from Manchester (except Beckham) and later all went on to become regular and vitally important members of the Manchester United first-team for many years, as well as all gaining lots of caps for the England side (again, except for lived - in - manchester - since - i - was - 7 - Giggs).
It is highly unusual for so many brilliant English players, let alone from the actual city they play for, to graduate through the youth ranks of a football club all at one time and become such rated and famous footballers.
Many people put the success of these youngsters down to their legendary manager, Sir Alex Ferguson. Indeed, sometimes the Class of 1992 are referred to as 'Fergie's Fledglings' (a modern take on the famous 'Busby Babes'). They are also the team that proved Alan Hansen wrong when he famously remarked on Match of the Day in 1995 that 'you don't win anything with kids'. United, including many of these players from the Class of 1992, went on to win the Double months after Hansen's statement.
This excellent youth club is part of the reason Manchester United dominated the Premier League for so many years, and the remainders of this team are still excellent players now in their early to mid 30s.
Often shortened to merely Class of '92
Q. Who, exactly, was in the Class of 1992?

A. Gary (and later Phil) Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Ryan Giggs.

Q. How many of them were English?

A. All of them except Giggsy (who has lived in England since age 7)

Q. How many of them were Mancunians?

A. All of them except Beckham.
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1992 Space Movie is a cinematic masterpiece. This movie is in the genre of Sci Fi/horror and is arguably one of the best pieces of film in its genre. 1992 Space Movie is a movie that you should recommend to your friends and loved ones. 1992 Space Movie is a movie that can't go unwatched and I give it a 10/10.
Man I just watched 1992 Space Movie and it was epic, you should go watch it to.
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A good song from Sublime explaining about the riots that occured in LA on, well, April 29, 1992 when Rodney King was beaten by 4 White police officers and then a Korean storeowner shot a Black teenage girl, and started this huge riot.
(a)-I love April 29, man, SUBLIME RUULS!!
(b)-damn, those Black dudes are goin April 29, on those white boys.
by Kenny Nguyen January 08, 2005
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Batman Returns is a 1992 American superhero film directed by Tim Burton. Based on the DC Comics character Batman, it is a sequel to 1989's Batman, with Michael Keaton reprising the title role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The film introduces the characters of Max Shreck (Christopher Walken), a business tycoon who teams up with the Penguin (Danny DeVito) to take over Gotham City, as well as the character of Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer).
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Batman Returns (1992) facts:

1. Neither Tim Burton nor Michael Keaton had been signed up in advance for a sequel; Burton came on board only after the script met all his demands (he hadn't been entirely happy with the first Batman's screenplay), whilst Keaton only agreed to do the second film after a serious hike in salary.

2. It was intended that the character of Robin be introduced in the sequel to Batman. Reportedly, Tim Burton collaborated with DC Comics artist Norm Breyfogle to redesign the Robin costume so that it would coincide with the one planned for the film. Kenner Toys even went so far as to produce a corresponding action figure, but when Robin was eventually written out of the script, Kenner released the toy anyway, as the character newly rendered in the comic books.

3. WILHELM SCREAM: Before Batman straps the dynamite to the strongman, he hurls a goon over a bridge. As the goon flies through the air, he screams the famous Wilhelm scream.

4. Michael Keaton was alleged to have earned $11 million for reprising his role as the Caped Crusader.

5. The final Christmas ball scene is quite symbolic: since it is a masque party all the guests are in disguise. The only two guests there who actually aren't wearing masks are Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. This implies that their real personalities are Batman and Catwoman respectively, and that their public appearance without a costume is just a disguise for the society.
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