Back when phones were limited to landlines, there was an absolute influx of 1-900 numbers being advertised to people of all ages! These were numbers that for the low price of nearly a dollar a minute (at LEAST) you could call for all sorts of weird things. These 10 were especially strange.
You could call MC Hammer by dialing 1-900-909-MCMC
Or maybe you'd rather talk to the Hulkster himself?
You could always try to win money by doing simple math (which ultimately feels like a scam to me)
Nintendo had a line you could call for help with a game you were stuck on
Sierra had the same for their super complicated adventure games. They would even mail you tips!
There was no better teacher for this than Lego, which encouraged kids to be creative and discover different fields of history, science, and relatable day-to-day culture!If you and your siblings had any Lego growing up, then you'll know how much fun it was to build these sets. Let's see if you remember some of the most popular collections from the 90s!Fort LegoredoBest ToysThis was an awesome set to start out with. You got 6 cavalry units and a small team of bandits to play fight against each other in this western world. There was even multiple buildings for
There are a lot of stars who completely fell out of the spotlight even though they seemed too big to fail. Whether they leave for personal reasons, medical issues, or just because they want to slow down, it's always interesting to take a look back and see where our old favorite celebrities went. Dana Carvey managed to become one of the biggest character actors of his time. After getting his big break on Saturday Night Live, Carvey seemed to be headed for success. He had many breakout characters but it all started with the Church Lady, who helped him become
Aside from both being products of the 90s, many people wouldn't be able to draw a connection between Kindergarten Cop and Silent Hill. At the beginning of the decade, Kindergarten Cop was a hit comedy staring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Bluray DiscTowards the end of the decade came Silent Hill, which became a best-selling survival horror game that sent shivers down the spines of everyone that owned a PlayStation. GematsuAs pop culture goes, these two appear to be like oil and water. But some eagle-eyed fans have noticed a strange hidden link between the creepy video game and the silly family comedy.