We’re talking Gushers, DunkAroos, the Oregon Trail…
How many of these trends did you sport on your first day of high school?
Dear ’90s kids, you weren’t the only ones to experience some of these things.
Bookended by En Vogue and Destiny’s Child, and dominated by TLC, the ’90s were the last great decade for girl groups.
Not even a Sock’em Bopper could bring you down.
Baby, I compare you to a kiss from a rose on the gray. Definitively ranked, for science!
Do you remember the songs that were the soundtrack to your summer 15 years ago?
We asked the folks at Nerdist.com to share theirs. How do yours compare?
Why did anyone buy Furbies?
“Nickelodeon Magazine, PLEASE.”
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
Everyone had “The Rachel” haircut and the emotional pain of existence only loomed in the future.
“Whatever happened to predictability?” See who you get, dude.
Apparently in the ’90s, JTT did nothing but hold random objects. Also BRB, starting a Tumblr called F*** Yeah JTT Holds Things.
I guess exercise-themed photo shoots were a thing in the early ’90s.
How could we have forgotten some of these animated classics?!
Because you know it isn’t Christmastime unless you’ve watched The Santa Clause.
Identify the movie from the GIF. You’ve got to be quick!
In 1998, the guys got into the holiday spirit by performing “Tearin’ Up My Heart” at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
And she’s wearing Goody hair barrettes, which makes this even better.
All The Small Things: My Adult Dating History
Take the quiz and see if you are worthy to be a space ranger or just a servant of Zurg.
Note: The VMAs would be absolutely NOTHING without Madonna.
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.
Because it wasn’t all about Power Rangers, Furbies, and Beanie Babies.
How are we so attracted to this decade that won’t die?
This interview with Marc Summers is amazing. It might also destroy your childhood.