"Never eat soggy Weetbix" – Ancient Australian proverb.
Bring back the good old days of Aussie talk shows, please.
"The only way I can describe it, is like being blind-folded and having someone dress you in the clothes that they think will suit you."
Please don't make me play wing defence.
If you walked away with even one of these, it was a successful trip.
Making us thirsty since 2005.
And 16 variations of the same plain coloured singlet don't count.
Going to a theme park for a school excursion? Sure, why not.
Oh to be a fly on the wall of a primary school today.
The name Refuge really just doesn't have the same ring to it.
Because that's the only reason we all watched it, right?
Remember when a children's show featured nudity, a propellor penis, AND casual incest?
No matter when you were born, at some point we ALL wanted a Tickle Me Elmo.
Buckle up friends, we're going back to 2006.
Australia, bow down to the true queen of TV.
TL;DR… I made an absolute fool out of myself.
Why am I suddenly craving fairy bread and overripe mangoes?
Nothing screams nostalgia more than a paper bag full of food.
Time to crack out the "Nutbush."
The slap that stopped a nation.
Just like you, these Aussie stars are all grown up!
Bring back Man O Man.
Look, I don't blame them for wanting to get away from the Bay.
God, and I thought most of these shows were meant to be "family friendly".
Are you really Australian if you weren't grossed out by the tongue and beer ad?
*extreme wave-crashing WoAhOHUHHHH credit voice*
Bringing back the nostalgia, one book at a time.
"Ah, I see you've played knifey-spoony before."
Are you more of a Twist or a Gribble?
Grab one of Dad's old t-shirts because it's art time.
Watching TV after school was definitely the highlight of every week day.
MONICA. WAS. THE. SHIT. MONICA. IS. STILL. THE. SHIT.
Bonus points if you ever appeared on any of these.
Look what you made me do, McCain.
How many hours did we spend building Marble Mazes for a minute of satisfaction?
Get your glow sticks ready!
Oh, btw, I still stand by half of these being magic.
The best days were Scholastic Bookclub days.
RIP Toadie's mullet. Gone but not forgotten.
"People still scream it at me."
It's been 26 years since Spellbinder, and 24 since Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord.