80s

20 Poochie Toys And Accessories That Will Make You Flash Back To Your Childhood

Some toys manage to gain such a huge following that looking back, seems a bit excessive. For example, we all had to own a yo-yo, but why? Its just a piece of plastic on a string. Or the mayhem that surrounded Cabbage Patch Kids, they were just dolls right? Wrong. They were an icon of society. Another one of those toys that we all became inexplicably obsessed with was Poochie. What's a Poochie? Well obviously it was only one of the very best toys in all the world! If you grew up in the 80s, then you will absolutely remember

80s

10 Movies You Always Have To Explain To Your Friends, Even Though You Remember Them Clear As Day

We all have movies that we watched over and over when we were kids, but for some reason it seems like our friends don't remember them. Why is it that these movies made such a big impact on us when they don't acknowledge that they used to watch them? Are they ashamed of how awesome our childhood favorites were? Because they are nothing short of epic. These movies are some of the best of best, even though many people claim they can't remember watching them. If you can remember these classics then you are the coolest of your friends. 1.

Fads

7 Things Everyone Who Has Ever Watched An '80s Aerobics Video Knows To Be True

The 80s were all about sweatbands, leg warmers, and spandex so tight that it was essentially a second skin. There was this intense workout craze that exploded in popularity, and all of our moms were watching videos or listening to records in the living rooms doing leg lifts and step kicks to some upbeat music. We all remember it, whether we were kids watching our moms or actually the ones doing them ourselves, those 80s workout videos and records were absolutely iconic. If you lived through it, you remember exactly what it was really like. 1. You needed the perfect

Music

10 Bands Who Changed Their Names Right Before They Got Famous That Will Make You Wonder "What If"

Listening to music when we were young was basically the most important thing we did. It helped us determine who had the same taste as we did, and obviously who was the coolest. Everyone had a set hierarchy for which bands were the best, but how much did the band name impact your choice? Band names were obviously a very important part of the appeal. They put a lot of effort into picking out the names, but what if they had gone with another option? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet right? Well, now you can

Life

Forgotten Photos Of The Club Kids That Will Remind You How Insane Parties Were Back In The Day

The early 80s and 90s had a huge pop music scene, but there are always those who are living a more alternative life. They listened to a different style of music, but they also dressed in a much more interesting way. Over time, they became one of the biggest groups in New York City and started calling themselves 'The Club Kids.' They had a distinct style, an avant-garde lifestyle, and an attitude unlike any other popular groups. JonMWesselThe group was centered around Michael Alig and James St. James, who became so popular in the nightlife scene that they were

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Rare Photos Of The 80s Hollywood Nightlife Will Give You A New Perspective On Your Favorite Celebs

The 80s were a colorful time, but sometimes it looks the best when you see it in black and white. Seeing these celebrities at all of their cool parties helps you get to see a side of them they aren't used to showing. They aren't red-carpet ready, poised with interview bullet points conversation topics and interesting anecdotes. Instead these pictures feel real and much more honest. They are just having a fun time with their friends and are a little bit more willing to let go and allow the photographer to capture what it was really like. Stephen Jerrome was

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10 Dolls You Absolutely Had To Have When You Were A Kid Because TV Told You So

We all remember the popular dolls like Barbie and Cabbage Patch Kids, but they weren't the only dolls that we were obsessed with when we were kids. There were a lot of dolls that were totally rad but seemed to have been forgotten in the past. Whether they are made as promotional items or as an attempt to follow the trends, the fact of the matter is that there are a lot of strange dolls out there. How many of these do you remember?1. Those eyebrows wouldn't have been done justice on a regular Barbie80sthen80snowNo one has better eyebrows

Toys

10 Toys From Your Childhood You Haven't Thought About In Years

The most important thing to you when you were a kid was your toy collection. There was nothing in the world that mattered more than keeping up with the latest and greatest trends, and finding the next 'cool' thing. Whether it was a a super cool action figure or the newest technological craze that was sweeping the nation, we all had a toy that we loved so much. Even though we loved them at the time, chances are we haven't thought about them since we were young. Here are some of the best toys you completely forgot about. 1. Go

Life

Your Old Polly Pocket Sets Are Now Worth Hundreds Of Dollars

Polly Pocket was one of the most popular toys of the 90s. She was this tiny little character who lived in these itty bitty houses that were tucked inside little plastic cases. They each had their own design, whether it was a shell, a heart shape, or a star, but inside was a whole other story. Once you opened the plastic case you would see that it was an entire little dollhouse! FlickrWe all had our favorite, but over the years we outgrew them. Well, it turns out we should have been holding on to them! Polly Pocket may have

80s

Behind-The-Scenes Stories From 'The Princess Bride' That Are Sweeter Than Any Fairy Tale

The thought that there could be a more wonderful and romantic movie than The Princess Bride is completely inconceivable. The cast was impeccable, the story was romantic, and the jokes were hilarious. Everything about this movie is basically perfect. But what do the people who made it think? 20th Century FoxIt's been 30 years since the movie came out, but the cast and director are still happy to talk about it. The movie was brought to life by director Rob Reiner, based on his favorite book The Princess Bride, but originally the studios didn't want him to make it.20th