90s

We Know Which Spice Girl You Are Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Everything changed in 1994 when the Spice Girls burst into the pop music scene. The badass British girl group had boys everywhere crushing on them, and girls wanting to be like them. No one was immune to Spicemania, and even today, we're still a little obsessed with them. We loved every single one of the Spice Girls, and it was hard to pick a favorite, but at the end of the day, we each had one girl that we identified with the most. Mine was Scary Spice a.k.a Mel B, because she was just as eccentric and confident

80s

The Internet Has Been Blessed With The Trippiest Wendy's Training Videos From The 80s, And They're Gold

Oftentimes when you start a new job you have to go through a training period. This usually entails reading manuals, shadowing a colleague, or watching training videos that will help you get a good grasp of your role so you can perform your best. However, as we've all come to learn at some point in our lives, workplace training videos can be really boring. The voice that narrates these videos is often monotone and the acting is almost always poor, unless it was created by Wendy's in the 80s. The HR genius behind the fast food company's employee training videos

80s

Caboodles Are Trendy Again And You Can Buy One Without Breaking The Bank

If you grew up in the 80s and the 90s, then you definitely owned a Caboodle On-The-Go-Girl. Inspired by "It Girl" Vanna White, every preteen and teenager, who was allowed to wear makeup, owned one of these colorful cases because how else would you organize and store your cosmetics? Caboodles came in handy in several instances, especially when you needed to make sure that your makeup products will safely make it to the sleepover at your best friend's house. Back then, the coveted cases came in a variety of shades and styles to suit individual styles and needs. Some were

80s

Slice Soda Is Making A Comeback With A Millennial-Friendly Twist

In addition to all television shows and films from the 80s and 90s that are getting the reboot treatment, food and drink products from those decades are also not safe from the resurgence.Last year, we saw companies re-introduce some of our favorite drinks from back in the day, including Orbitz, Surge, Crystal Pepsi(this time with added caffeine), Zima (the "zenzational" clear fizzy malt), and Jolt Cola. Now, PepsiCo is once again trying to make you feel the nostalgia with the revival of another one of their popular drinks: Slice. walkmemorylane.wordpress.comDecades before Sierra Mist was introduced, PepsiCo

00s

We Now Know What M2M Has Been Up To Since The Day They Went Away

Many will argue that girl groups had their heyday in the early 60s, but as someone who grew up a few decades later, I believe that the 90s were the decade for female musical groups. From Spice Girls to TLC, all-girl bands were all the rage, and to this day, we still blast their songs and sing along at the top of our lungs. But while many delivered cheesy, bubblegum tunes that we all loved, there were some that stepped outside of the box, and brought something different to the table. Norwegian girl duo M2M were a perfect example.Compromised

90s

The "Dumb And Dumber" Mini Bike Is On Sale But You Can't Trade Your Van For It

It was nearly twenty-four years ago that Dumb and Dumber debuted and we got to watch Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels), two dim-witted but well-meaning friends, set out on a cross-country trip to Aspen, Colorado to return a briefcase filled with money that they assumed was mistakenly abandoned.hoonuniverse.comA series of mishaps forced the pair to make some interesting and questionable choices, including trading their van for a minibike. In case you needed a reminder, here's the scene where Lloyd picks up Harry with the "hog" and they finally make it to their destination:Apparently,

00s

You've Been Saying J. Lo's "I'm Real" Intro Wrong All These Years

Alright, so let's take a trip down memory lane to the year 2001. Times were much simpler back then, but that doesn't mean that it was boring, especially from a pop culture standpoint. So many things happened that year, including the release of the first Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Dreamworks introduced us to Shrek, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake were the "It" couple, and most importantly Jennifer Lopez a.k.a. Jenny from the Block a.k.a J.Lo, released her second album titled J.Lo. Apple.comThe album, which included songs that dealt

90s

Watch Cindy Crawford Recreate Her Iconic 90s Super Bowl Pepsi Ad With Her Son

Supermodel Cindy Crawford was at her prime when she starred in one of the most memorable Pepsi commercials of the 90s, but the model has recently proven that she still has what it takes to turn heads.As part of Pepsi's "Generation" campaign, which aims to honor the brands 120-year history in popular culture, 51-year-old Crawford was tapped to recreate her iconic 1992 Super Bowl Ad. Buzzfeed.comIn the original ad, Crawford, who was wearing a white tank top and jean shorts, pulls over at a gas station and steps out of a red sports car to buy a can

80s

"Bill & Ted" Star Opens Up About Sexual Abuse He Suffered As A Child Star

Like many former child stars, Alex Winter of Bill & Ted fame has been harboring a dark secret for all these years. The British-American actor first found success on Broadway by taking on supporting roles in The King and I and Peter Pan. In the late '80s, he rose to prominence for his roles in films like The Lost Boys, Rosalie Goes Shopping, and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure alongside Keanu Reeves. Winter, along with actor Tom Stern, also co-wrote a number of short films, and co-directed music videos for artists like Ice Cube and Red Hot Chill Peppers. NME.comThe success

80s

Bryan Adams Wasn't Nostalgic About The Season When He Wrote "Summer of '69"

Every single one of us have a specific time from our childhoods that often springs into our minds. That moment in time is often attached to a place, feeling or person that brings about all the nostalgic feels whenever we think about it. For Bryan Adams, it was the summer of 1969, or so many of us thought. PinterestThe Canadian-born rocker penned the hit song "Summer of '69" for his fourth album, Reckless, which was released in 1984. People quickly took to the song because of Adams's storytelling and the strong theme of nostalgia. Adams later explained that he was