If only you’d never played with your My Size Barbie.
Literally all ’90s kids can relate unless you weren’t allowed to go to school.
It was the time of neon EVERYTHING.
These were the top posts that made you feel the nostalgia.
The decade where Santa’s workshop was overwhelmed with orders for pink gadgets.
Orange VHS tapes, inflatable chairs, and see-through phones.
You won’t believe how much you paid for a Furby.
BRB, getting on eBay for a sec.
Nostalgia is good for the soul.
Did more people have Beanie Babies or play with Pogs? Or was it Pokémon cards?
‘Cause Happy Meals never came with hand puppets!
Dear ’90s kids, you weren’t the only ones to experience some of these things.
Clearly the TMNT toy line’s designers were like, “Fuck it, some kid will buy it.”
‘Cause you still know all the moves to the Spice Girls videos.
Felicitys always be like, Would you so kindly get out the way bitch.
Oh, how we yearn for the days of Dream Phone.
Plus the highly dangerous ’90s toys you loved so much, the new pizza with fried-chicken instead of dough, and ways to speed up your metabolism.
Because of course your childhood had base notes of Dr. Pepper Lip Smacker and top notes of jelly sandals.
All I have to say is: It’s good to be Barbie. And, yes, for the record, life in plastic is indeed fantastic.
Sure, you remember Mall Madness, the essential slumber party board game, but what about Ask Zandar?
Why call them “stick-on” earrings if they don’t actually stick on?
But muuuum, everyone has light up trainers.
Nothing made you want to get an bathtub quicker than having one of these bad boys to play with.
American Girl dolls, old-timey dresses… What was with our obsession with the past?
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
BRB, eBaying all of these toys right now.
In 1994, Mila was just another Barbie girl, in the Barbie world.