90s

9 Toys From The 90s You Can Still Buy, Because You're A Damn Adult

Just for a moment, try to remember Christmastime in the 20th century...It was a simpler time, where it wasn't about just about getting the most up-to-date gadget, or the latest trending item. It was about waking up on Christmas morning and seeing that one gift you asked for under the tree. Let's see if these popular gifts were the ones you hoped for on those Christmases long ago!1990: Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesYouTubeFollowing the release of their wildly popular movie, these action figures were all the rage when we were growing up. The live-action turtles are a little hard

Cartoons

"A Charlie Brown Christmas" Shoes Will Be The Best Throwback Gift For The Holiday

I can't be the only one who watches A Charlie Brown Christmas every holiday season. The "Peanuts" characters, created by Charles Schulz, are a timeless classic. This TV special aired on 1965 and has become a Christmas favorite because of its entertainment value, and also because it highlights the true purpose of Christmas. Venus Villa Vans, the shoe company, is almost as old as this holiday season special. The company's love for this show led them to make and sell a "Peanuts" footwear collection, which is loved by many. Check out what they've made so far. Sole CollectorFor the first

70s

Jon From 'Garfield' May Have Murdered Odie's Real Owner

We all grew up watching Garfield on TV and reading his comic strips, but there's a lot we don't know about the famous orange cat. WikiaFor instance, where did Odie come from and how did he first meet Garfield? You may think that Jon Arbuckle bought him at a pet store like Garfield, but that's not the case. And after learning the real answer, fans only have more questions.It turns out Jon isn't Odie's originally owner. The dimwitted dog once belonged to Jon's roommate, Lyman. WikiaWondering why you've never heard of Lyman? The character only appeared in the late

Pop Culture

10 Facts About 'Aladdin' That Will Make You Fall Off Your Magic Carpet

Nearly a quarter century ago, Disney Pictures graced us with the vivid masterpiece of Aladdin on the silver screens. To this day, generations still come together to watch the touching film, which features the amazing comedic styling of the late Robin Williams as "Genie."With its critical acclaim, the animated movie is set to turn into a live-action movie in 2019, which is already receiving major media attention. Both the general population and movie critics alike are excited to see how the remake will live up to the beloved original.In honor of Aladdin's 25th anniversary on Nov. 25, here