Reddit users, born between 1980-1999, were asked what they thought would be the most common questions, from young people, when they are the last living members left of the 20th century. The results are hilarious and also a bit upsetting.
Welp, we’ve come a long way.
We need to have a conversation about rhinestone-studded bandanas.
Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men, and TLC are the soundtrack to our lives.
Now all you need to win a young Ryan Gosling’s heart is a time machine and a deep appreciation for jazz.
Find out which star was really a teenager and which one should have been playing the teacher.
OK not Magda per se, but Lynn Cohen, who played Magda is.
An awesome look back at our favorite McKinley High students.
It’s an explosion of spiky hair and skateboards in here.
In 1999, Britney Spears starred in a Japanese candy commercial. I still have so many questions.
Spoiler alert: EXACTLY the same as it did the day it was purchased in 1999. Doooooooooood.
It’s time to take another NOSTALGIA trip!
A fierce debate and ultimate demise in the House.
The story of your prom. NOT.
Check out why Alyssa’s ads were banned. Also Mark’s butt crack.
In Year 1999 AD the kids are all watching YouTube at school and people are Skypeing 24/7. But there’s no Britney.
This is what Google was like in 1999 as seen through a 5th-grader’s eyes. Basically, FREE SNAPPLE.
Your mind is about to be blown.
I NEED A POSTER OF THE GROUP SHOT IN MY LIFE ASAP.
Okay we got it, Sheryl Crow! You had really nice abs!
Not Apple’s “1984.” For Tabasco, from 1998.
Cold stethoscope + baby gorilla = your heart melting.
Mitt Romney responded in a series of five interviews with the major networks Friday to allegations he stayed at Bain Capital passed the February 1999 date he said he ended there. According to the Bain Capital website in December 2000 accessed online via the Web Archive, Romney was not listed as a member of the Bain Capital “management team.”
Life was just more awesome then.
In the pages of the December 1999 issue of YM, the teen mag decided took a stab at what television might look like if we made it past Y2K. Somehow, there never was a “Sabrina, The Middle-Aged Witch” or a “Buffy, The Space-Age Slayer” but I don’t at all doubt that there will someday be a “That ’90s Show”.
Ryan Gosling, Jude Law, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Matt Damon, Usher: a handful of these guys can still be classified as heartthrobs. Others, such as Carson Daly, Fred Durst, Sisqo, Brendan Fraser, and the like… perhaps not so much.