26 Facts That Will Completely Destroy Anyone Over 25
I. Am. Shook.
First off, in almost a year and half the '90s will start becoming 30 years away.
And 2018 is to 1980 as 1980 is to 1942.
Not to mention that 1992 is closer to the moon landing than today.
There are teens in high school today who were born the same year Mean Girls was released.
And people born the same year Shrek came out will be starting college next year.
Mariah Carey had a No. 1 hit with "Always Be My Baby" a month before Tom Holland was born.
While Men in Black and Air Bud were both in theaters when Kylie Jenner was born in 1997.
If My Girl was created today and set the same number of years back, it’d take place in 1999.
And if The Wedding Singer was created today and set the same number of years back, it’d take place in 2005!
While this year’s college freshman have never lived in a world without Family Guy or SpongeBob SquarePants.
And the only Clinton they’ve seen run for office is Hillary.
While people born after 9/11 will be able to vote in the next US presidential election.
Also, 9/11 is an event that is taught in history books to today's kids.
Back to the Future Part II now entirely takes place in the past.
Kids staying home sick from school today probably have NO idea who Bob Barker is... Drew Carey has been hosting The Price Is Right for over a decade.
We're now further removed from The Brady Bunch Movie, than the movie was to the original '70s series.
If the Pokémon cartoon was a real person it'd be old enough to drink!
Friends has been off the air longer than its actual run.
Melissa Joan Hart is now older than Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick were when they first played her aunts on Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
iPods are now in museums as dated technology.
Ben Savage and Rider Strong are now older than the actor who played Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) was when he started on Boy Meets World.
Most kids (OK, young adults) graduating college this year were born the same year the Spice Girls released Spice.
They also have never lived in a world where Jurassic Park or The Lion King didn't exist on home video.
And finally, we're now closer to the opening of the Nickelodeon time capsule than to when it was buried.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF