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It's Been 22 Years Since We Said "Bye" To Felisha, And We're Wondering Where She Went

If you've been active online over the last couple of years, you may have come across numerous instances where people have used the phrase, "Bye, Felicia" to end an argument or dismiss a person. Know Your MemeIn case you weren't aware of the timeless phrase's origins, it came from the cult classic film Friday, which debuted in 1995. Alongside the lead stars, Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, was an actress named Angela Means, whose character, Felisha (the actual spelling), inspired the phrase. New Line CinemaYou can relive the iconic moment in the video below: It's been 22 years since the

90s

We Thought Blockbuster Was Over, But It Still Refuses To Die

Man, I miss going to Blockbuster on Friday or Saturday nights. As a kid, it felt as if that was your reward for a hard fought week of school and extra-curricular activities. Unfortunately, the experience of browsing the aisles of your local video store will never be known the current generation of grade school students, except for those lucky enough to grow up in Alaska. indiewire.comI don't know a single one of my friends who didn't spend a weekend evening going up and down the aisles with indecision, wondering what movie they wanted to watch, or what video game