90s

12 Holiday Commercials From The 90s That Will Give You Christmas Flashbacks

Christmas only comes once a year and it's really hard to miss, but our favorite brands and stores have always made sure to remind us of the occasion through their holiday-themed commercials.In the 90s, these Christmas commercials not only tried to sell you a product, they really made you feel the spirit of the holidays. Some were tear-jerkers, and others got catchy tunes stuck in your head, but we loved them all nonetheless. Here are 12 holiday commercials from the 90s that will make you feel a pang of Christmas nostalgia:1. Amazon This commercial is the retailer’s

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Britney Spears Pepsi Songs Are Out For The First Time, And They'll Bring You Joy

Attention Britney Spears fans! Christmas has come early and we're about to tell you why. For those of you who were around during the good ol' days that were the late 90s/early '00s, you will recall that there were two kinds of people - Pepsi fans and Coca-Cola fans.  Both brands had successful marketing campaigns and garnered large fan followings, including celebrities. But at the start of the millennium, it was Pepsi that had the upper hand in the legendary rivalry, also known as the "Cola Wars."NY Daily NewsPepsi recruited some of the most popular celebrities at

80s

Remember Ernest? The Strange Life Story Of A Forgotten Movie Star

If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably wore out the tapes of movies like Ernest Goes to Camp by playing them over and over again.Still hilarious.Buena VistaBut you also probably wondered the same question I did: who was Ernest? Obviously we knew that Ernest was a funny guy who always wore the same clothes and got into wacky hijinks, but why did they make so many movies about this Ernest guy anyways? It turns out that the character had a long and interesting career."KnowwhuImean?"Hey Vern It's ErnestErnest was played by

80s

These Commercials From The 80s Will Make You Laugh And Cry

It was an era of fun, weird fashion, and an awkward mix of big-city and small-town vibes. The 80s were a wonderful time in America as we embraced brands for their ability to make us laugh, and sometimes cry, in our living rooms and at the dinner table. Here are a few reminders of how the big brands used to look. Like this commercial for Walmart and their latest fashion lineThe store had been around since the 60s, but twenty years on already had stores across the country. This spring line complete with roller-skates makes us sort of crave to

TV

15 Toy Commercials From The '90s That We Could Never Forget, Even If We Wanted To

If you wanted to own some of the weirdest and best toys imaginable, the 90s were where you needed to be. Growing up at that time meant you could buy not one, not two, but three different dolls that could pee. It meant that your board games were based around murdering people. It meant that beating up your friends was just a fun good time as long as you covered your fists in balloons. YouTubeEvery toy we had in the 90s was simultaneously the weirdest and best thing ever. I don't know why we thought a lot of these things

90s

10 Pepsi Commercials That Were So Good We Almost Gave Up Drinking Coke

If there is one company who used to do a good job of making iconic commercials, it's Pepsi. They have always put a lot of effort into making their commercials memorable and usually they succeed. They might not be as good as they used to, but throughout the 90s and early 2000s they were the best. The fact is, they used a lot of famous songs and famous faces to help attract their customers' attentions and over the years it has had varying success. Some of their commercials have been pretty memorable, and we are going to look back at

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13 Completely Ridiculous Commercials From The 90s That Made Absolutely No Sense

Commercials are never really the best content you can see on TV, but there are some that are better than others. The problem is, they have to be either REALLY good or REALLY bad if you want them to be memorable. It's a choice that marketing teams have to make, and it seems like in the 90s, everyone went for the really bad option. It seemed like they all embraced the cheesy and ridiculous methods that would get people's attention and I guess technically it worked. Twenty years later we are still trying to figure out why they made these