1. “Is Your Home a Nickelodeon Home?”
DUH, of course it was.
Whether TV time was spent enjoying your Nacho Lunchables after school or inhaling some Cookie Crisp on Saturday mornings, watching Nickelodeon always meant one thing:
3. Some of the Nickelodeon ads weren’t too odd.
Go home ants, you’re actually drunk.
6. Let’s move on to some weirder ones that we remember for being totally awesome:
9. Then, there are the “These Make Me Vaguely Uncomfortable” ads:
Hmm. I don’t think I liked that very much.
Look, kids! Murder just happened!
So that’s what a surprised dinosaur would sound like! Thanks, Nickelodeon!
Have a safe flight, Terrifying Faceless Chair Creature!
Sure, why not.
15. But allow me to remind you, ladies and gentlemen, of all the barbershop quartet ads they ran.
Major shout out to Nickelodeon for filling the majority of our childhoods with nonsense scat lyrics and four-part harmonies.
They’ll be fine!
Even during Jurassic times, nothing says smart and stylish quite like business casual.
Did that flying jelly bean just have an on-screen wardrobe change?
I am so confused right now.
20. There there were the “Baby’s First Computer Animation” ads, which were undoubtably cutting edge at the time.
22. Finally, there are these guys, affectionately known as “10 Second Nightmare Factories.”
NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE
- UK voters sent a massive shock through the world, overturning 40 years of British EU membership.
- Prime Minister David Cameron says he will resign by October.
- British banks got hit hard, and their European peers were hit even harder.
- Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon says a second independence referendum for Scotland is "highly likely."