They don’t even put toys in cereal boxes anymore!
Find out how much that play set your parents sold at a garage sale for a few bucks is going for today.
These were the top posts that made you feel the nostalgia.
Give me the child. Just kidding. Give me these gifts.
‘Cause we could all use Smurfs shot glasses.
Let’s be honest, you still want that Glitter N’ Gold Jem doll.
It’s time to find out where you stand on the greatest decade to be a kid!
Warning: There will be some “Sophie’s choices” ahead.
Great Scott! It’s been almost 30 years since Marty McFly took the DeLorean back to 1955.
Just how well do you know these animated classics?
Test your knowledge on the GREATEST decade to have been a kid. Hater ’90s kids to the left, please.
If you grew up in the 80’s, this one’s for you. Time to grab the mic and bust a move.
‘Cause Happy Meals never came with hand puppets!
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?!
Let’s be honest, these baddies were the real reason you tuned in every weekday afternoon.
BRB, eBaying my childhood.
Clearly the TMNT toy line’s designers were like, “Fuck it, some kid will buy it.”
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.
The stand-up comedian and actor opens up about where Uncle Joey would be today, the tragic fate of Mr. Woodchuck, and the Alanis rumors.
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?
Can you prove you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s?!
Are you a natural leader like He-Man or a quirky individual like Rainbow Brite?
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.
The No. 1 rule of ’80s children’s movies: Scar kids for life.
The lesson here is that you NEVER should’ve opened and played with your toys.
This was the only reason to go to McDonald’s.