Here Are 19 Things From Christmastime In 1997 That Are Like Time Traveling 20 Years Back
A lot of things were different two decades ago.
The Toys "R" Us catalog was trying to sell video games and systems from that era, like Super Nintendos and Nintendo 64s.
Before the days of streaming services, binge-watching holiday TV episodes and movies looked like this.
Nickelodeon was running Christmas-themed specials, like "Reindeer Appreciation Week," which consisted of different series' holiday episodes...
The very first 24-hour long marathon of A Christmas Story began on Christmas Eve of 1997, and it's continued ever since.
Ads for Titanic were everywhere, as it was released on December 19, 1997.
Everyone's least favorite Home Alone was released on December 12, 1997.
Boy Meets World was on its fifth season, and their holiday episode, "A Very Topanga Christmas," first aired on December 19, 1997.
Kraft was selling Charlie Brown-themed macaroni and cheese.
Both Disney and Nickelodeon featured the movie
Flubber, on the cover of their respective magazines.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF