80s

The 21 Absolute Weirdest 'Choose Your Own Adventure' Novels

When we were kids, we couldn't get enough of these addictive novels that put you in the driver's seat.Writer Edward Packard revolutionized kids' books when he wrote the first "Choose Your Own Adventure" novel, but his flagship series inspired some pretty odd titles. Here are 21 of the series' most bizarre entries:1. Prisoner of the Ant PeopleBantam BooksAs you can probably guess from this insane cover, this books puts you in the middle of inter-planetary intrigue as you combat the Evil Power Master and his Ant People. "Evil Power Master?" Isn't that name a little obvious? How about

Pop Culture

35 Pictures From Your Childhood That Will Make 90s Kids Say "Whoa, I Remember That"

Don't expect any kernels of wisdom or glowing insights into the past here, we just wanted to bring you this list of seriously nostalgic pictures. Each one is like a miniature blast from the past if you grew up in the '90s. Check it out:1.PBS2.Young Fashioned 3.Harper Collins4. Nickelodeon5. Scholastic6.Nickelodeon7. Nickelodeon8. Cartoon Network9.Imgur10. Wikimedia11. True Startis12. Scholastic13. Imgur14. @Hannah_Lynn212 / Twitter15. Santa22 / YouTubeKeep reading for even more pictures that will transport you back in time...16. Acid Cow17. Lastcallcleaveland / YouTube18.Pikabeara / Imgur19. @Shad0wingD / Twitter20. Electronic Literature21. Nickelodeon22. Wikia23.Imgur24. Fearless Gamer25.Nickelodeon26. NeoGaf27.Buena

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Arcade Photos That Bring Back So Much Nostalgia You'll Reach For Your Quarters

These days, when pretty much every video game ever created can be bought and downloaded in minutes, it's hard to believe we used to trudge down to the local arcade with rolls of quarters in our pockets.Like Totally 80sWhether you lived near a full-blown arcade,KOTTKEa bowling alley with a handful of games, Slateor a local pizza joint with one lonely arcade cabinet,Redditthere was something magical about popping a quarter into one of these machines and playing until your luck ran out. It's an experience that most of us haven't had in years, which is a shame because