Sears Wish Books were basically the best thing ever. I think we can all agree that when we would receive them in the middle of summer we would immediately start planning our Christmas lists. Some kids would start marking up the pages even before our parents could see it. They probably didn't love when we would do that, but we got it first!
We have already shown you a few other Wish Books, including 1983 and 1990, but what did Christmas wish lists look like in 1991?
You've got to be excited if it is in the Super Values section!
If you owned a Video Painter you were so lucky, they were the best!
You can also challenge your friends to an epic laser tag battle with the Lazer Pro 9000
But probably be more careful than these kids because he's about to get a laser beam in his eye
Just what ever parent wants: Something to make their kids even louder
In 1991, there was nothing more important than your roller blades and your skateboard
Or your super cool car
Honestly, most of these sweaters could still be worn today and no one would bat an eye
Look! It's the first version of Wikipedia! It cost $11 monthly but you would have access to the Columbia Encyclopedia
This is what was called a compact camcorder in 1991:
Trust me, they just keep getting better...
Do you think it's a little mean that they made a fish tank in Garfield's belly?
Okay, 1991, what are you even doing with this
While you were busy ripping out pages with toys on them, our moms were planning their classy outfits to wear to the company Christmas party
Or a fun date night dress
Or perhaps a nice casual look
You'd try to pick out the coolest snowsuit imaginable
Osh Kosh B'Gosh were basically a requirement
The perfect look for middle school
What an impressive jacket collection
If your parents were really cool they could get some "His 'N Her Leather Blazers"
Do you remember looking through the Wish Book every Christmas?
We all became completely obsessed with the board game Fireball Island when we were kids. The game has become one of those relics from our past that is now worth a good chunk of change. The board game itself is listed for hundreds of dollars online and while I love the game, I don't know that I could justify paying that much for it.I mean, it's a classic, but I just can't justify it. Luckily for me, I won't have to. Because even though we all complain that everything old comes back, this time it's actually a good thing.
Are the toys that kids play with today really "toys?" Can a drone classify as a toy? The answer is no. They're gadgets, and yes there is a difference. When we were growing up, we had to have imagination. We were given a yo-yo and told to "have fun." Really? With this piece of plastic on a string? But we somehow managed and now we're (kinda) well-rounded adults. These were some of the toys we had growing up, and even if you don't remember them now, you will after reading this list. 1. Food FightersDeath By ToysWhen people say "hot
Education is a vital part of our lives, and it has evolved over the years. The way education in the 90s is different from the education system in place now. Education in the 90s compared to now significantly differs in many aspects of studying. Also, highlighting the problems and challenges that come with it helps us to understand this difference.Education in the 90sThe education system in the 90s was relatively simple. It was a time when there were no smartphones, and the internet was still in its infancy. Schools relied on books, chalkboards, and other physical resources to deliver
Macaulay Culkin has finally revealed the intimate details surrounding his childhood. The former child star appeared on Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, where he discussed a range of topics, including life as a young performer, his relationship with his father, and his "best friend" Michael Jackson. In the candid interview recorded earlier this year, Culkin, 38, opened up about what he's been up to for the past two decades, which included playing the lead in the 2003 film Party Monster, performing voice work for the animated sketch comedy series Robot Chicken, and playing in his band, The Pizza Underground.BackGridNow