Pogs, also known as milk caps, were a popular children's game in the 1990s. The game involved collecting and playing with small, round cardboard or plastic discs, often featuring colorful designs or licensed characters. Pogs were typically played by stacking them and then using a larger disc, called a slammer, to strike the stack and attempt to flip over as many pogs as possible. While the popularity of pogs has since waned, they remain a nostalgic symbol of childhood for many who grew up in the 90's.
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