If only Mall Madness money was real …
These were the top posts that made you feel the nostalgia.
Dawson Leery and Pacey Witter together again! ~’90s kids rejoice~
Mindy Kaling in college kicks off this week’s #Throwback Thursday.
Looking back at the albums that tested the anti-skip technology on our Walkmans.
But his frosted tips were a sight to behold!
Hey, anything can happen — they brought back Surge and Boy Meets World!
Could you two BE any more alike?
From Sarah Michelle Gellar’s spectacularly ’90s outfit to President Bill Clinton sending his first email, it’s all in this #ThrowbackThursday roundup.
Go Ricki! Go Ricki! Go Ricki!
Find out where your knowledge of the greatest decade ever stands.
How many of these trends did you sport on your first day of high school?
Because you can still hear the Forrest Gump theme song in your head when you sleep at night.
Nobody ever pulled off JNCOs.
Bookended by En Vogue and Destiny’s Child, and dominated by TLC, the ’90s were the last great decade for girl groups.
‘Cause you still know all the moves to the Spice Girls videos.
Before they were famous, these celebs had to pay the bills somehow.
My parents just don’t understand that a lava lamp is a really good investment.
Seriously, the picture even looks like it was taken with a Game Boy camera.
America’s pop culture history, as told through the T-shirt. Oy.
Did you call the number on your screen?
It’s one thing if you’ve tried purple ketchup. It’s another if you actually liked it.
All I have to say is: It’s good to be Barbie. And, yes, for the record, life in plastic is indeed fantastic.
A tribute to all those products that filled your Caboodle.
Everyone knows that when it came to elementary school social norms, not all fanny packs were created equal.
Apparently in the ’90s, JTT did nothing but hold random objects. Also BRB, starting a Tumblr called F*** Yeah JTT Holds Things.
Sure, you remember Mall Madness, the essential slumber party board game, but what about Ask Zandar?
Both the man and the brand had some very serious ’90s moments.