They don’t even put toys in cereal boxes anymore!
You can probably still smell a Koosh ball in your head.
If your crush didn’t reply fast enough, nudge them.
She literally personified the 1990s.
These were the top posts that made you feel the nostalgia.
The decade where Santa’s workshop was overwhelmed with orders for pink gadgets.
When Mitchell Kriegman pitched Clarissa in the early ’90s, Nickelodeon considered the project risky. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the creator explains how he made it all work — and exploded kids’ TV in the process.
Can you imagine TLC singing “…Baby One More Time”?!
Have you ever, ever felt like this?
Including fashion plates, a Dear Diary, and scoubidous.
Nostalgia is good for the soul.
“Excuse me, excuse me, I’ve got to be direct.”
We should all take a moment and ask ourselves, how you doin’?
Looking back at the albums that tested the anti-skip technology on our Walkmans.
Rainbow Paddle Pops are a lie.
It’s just a little hocus pocus.
It’s from New Zealand in the ’90s and it is GOLD.
All your favorite drinks have been missing an essential, neon-green ingredient: SURGE.
All the sexual awakening your teen self could handle.
Hey, anything can happen — they brought back Surge and Boy Meets World!
It was just like Human Traffic. Sort of.
This post features rubber poppers, water snakes, and slap bands.
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.