Could you imagine Brad Pitt as JD in Heathers?! Or what about Harry and Sally breaking up at the end of When Harry Met Sally?!
BRB, eBaying my childhood.
Would you believe there is a link between Baby Kermit on Muppet Babies and Megatron on Transformers?!
You can smell the scent of pink can Aqua Net coming off these photos.
Because it wasn’t all about Cabbage Patch Kids, My Little Pony, and Transformers.
One thing’s for sure, the future Saved by the Bell and Full House stars knew how to work the hell out of big ’80s hair.
From blockbuster films like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark to cult classics like Hairspray, how many of these iconic movies have you seen?
In the 1980s, nothing was more important to kids than character-themed merchandise. Also, BRB, eBaying He-Man and the Masters of the Universe bedsheets.
This ’80s diva should be everyone’s fashion muse.
The No. 1 rule of ’80s children’s movies: Scar kids for life.
Sure, you remember The Smurfs, Jem, and Transformers, but what about Beverly Hills Teens?
Here are the hilarious and poignant drawings of a boy who loves ’80s music. He might be a genius.
A Canadian couple decided to use only technology from 1986 for a year after realizing how obsessed their children were with iPads and iPhones.
You’ll probably want to eat a big bowl of cereal while reading this post.
The decade that was truly, truly, truly outrageous.
In 1982, Cindy landed the cover of the illustrious DeKalb NITE Weekly.
Just try not to dance along to this awesome supercut.
An adorable 7-year-old Joseph Gordon-Levitt got one his very first roles on this classic ‘80s sitcom.
This photo so legendary, I can’t even wrap my head around it.
Cosplay costumes done right! Some of these costumes will blow you away.
They were the quintessential kids craft project of the 1980s.
These ’80s candies may be gone, but they live on in your dental fillings.
The Princess Bride poster is completely adorable.
A record of everything you and your friends loved. Also: Disco forever!!!
Wigs, makeup and pink lamé.
Looking back at some of the wonderful artwork designs of everyone’s go-to Easter egg dye company.
These were the toys that won the hearts of ’80s girls (and some boys) everywhere.
Rob tweets a thank-you to anyone who bought a ticket in 1983 to his first film. He also reminds us (yet again!) that he has not aged.
Sure, the TV show had a ridiculous plotline, but did you know it had an Oscar-winning song as its theme song?
These films all came out in 2003. In other news, WE’RE OLD.