90s

11 Things All 90s Kids Did When They Had A Crush That Kids Today Don't Have To Suffer Through

Ah, young love. There's nothing like it!Remember the days when you didn't have Tinder or texting or Facebook or eHarmony or Snapchat or ANYTHING remotely helpful? It was just you, the person you liked, and a landline phone. That was it. Hope you had their phone number.It was wildly stressful having a crush in the 90s. And frankly it still is. But these were some of the ways we dealt with it. 1.You seriously considered a full makeover.If 90s movies taught us anything, it's that outer beauty is the only thing boys care about. Better make

Life

10 Things You Miss From Your Childhood, Even Though You Pretend Not To

Y'know those things we all loved in the 90s but pretend to hate? We don't really hate them. It just seems like something we have to say when we're talking to everyone else about "how lame" everything was and how things are better now. Well LISTEN UP. They are not better. Things now are dumb and confusing and all around not cool. Do I sound like a cranky old lady when I say this? Yes. Do I care? Not even a little bit. Maybe it's because all the things we do or have now relate to being an adult, but

90s

There's A Scientific Reason The Music You Loved As A Teenager Is Better

If you take a look at your most recently played songs, what shows up? Is there anything that has been released in the past 10 years? Unlikely. Most of us tend to listen to a lot of nostalgia-inducing music which comes from our childhood and teen years. If you thought you might be along on this, you'd be wrong. In a recent article from the New York Times, it was uncovered that most people base their tastes, music or otherwise, on their formative years. “The most important period for men in forming their adult tastes were ages 13 to 16,

90s

10 Awful Truths Kids From The '90s Are Only Just Realizing Now

Growing up in the 90s, we had a lot of lies told to us. For example, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman." Didn't you though, Bill?However, there are some more subtle things from our childhoods that we're just starting to come around to, and some of them have me SHOOK (did I used that right? I can never tell). 1. That "farm" wasn't a real place. When I was young, my caregiver had a litter of bunnies. I wasn't allowed to take one home (because my parents were smarter than that) but I got to choose

90s

Kenan And Kel Reunited And We Love It More Than Orange Soda

Kenan and Kel were the best comedy duo of the 90s, and it's not even close. Their show ran for a whopping 65 episodes, which for a show in the 90s is a decent stint. The friends shot to fame with the movie Good Burger, which is still quoted today.When Kenan & Kel first aired, it made history by becoming the first Nickelodeon primetime sitcom to star two African-American leads. The two seemed inseparable on and off the screen, and they lived together with their moms. They would all hang out together and the boys would pull pranks on their

Life

Don't Freak Out, But Toy Story Land Is Happening

YOU. GUYS. I hope you've got some money in the bank and vacation days ready to be taken, because Disney is opening Toy Story Land and it's about to get real. Admittedly, this isn't breaking news. In 2015, Disney announced they'd be unveiling an 11-acre park dedicated entirely to Toy Story. "Toy Story Land will invite guests to step into the whimsical world of Pixar Animation Studios' blockbuster films where playtime stretches longer than a Slinky Dog. Guests will feel like they've shrunk to the size of a toy as they play in Andy's backyard with their favorite Toy Story

TV

13 Shows We All Watched With Our Moms And Pretended To Hate (But Secretly Loved)

We all had our favorite shows growing up. Keenan & Kel, Buffy, Doug, and Full House were must-watch television for us kids, but our parents probably hated them. When our shows were done, it was time for our moms to take over the remote. We'd always pretend to hate whatever they chose, but more often than not we ended up sitting on the couch throughout most of it. These are some of the shows our moms loved, and we pretended to hate. Ultimately, though, they were some of our favorites and we still hold them in our hearts. 1. Murder, She

90s

9 Facts About "RocketMan" That'll Fill Your Space Suit With Gas

It's been over 20 years since Harland Wiliams's RocketMan graced the world with its creation. For those of you who don't know what the movie is about, first off I feel sorry for you, and second you are severely missing out. Williams played Fred Z. Randall, a goofy astronaut who, through a series of ridiculous events, finds himself going to Mars. The other astronauts hate him, and there's also a monkey on the spaceship because why not? Every week my brother and I would BEG my parents to let us get RocketMan from Blockbuster, and every week they reluctantly obliged.

Retro

Vintage Pictures From Old Bowling Alleys That'll Strike You Right In The Nostalgia

Bowling was the birthday party excursion every kid wanted. If you weren't going bowling, then what was the point of even having a party? Bowling alleys have advanced since we were kids, but I bet your parents would tell you that even the ones we went to were considered advanced to them. These are some vintage photos of old bowling alleys that will make you not only nostalgic, but also a little bit thankful we don't have to deal with it. You had to keep score, there was no machine to do it for you.Joe Herring Jr. I hope

90s

11 Facts About "My Girl" That You Can't See Without Your Glasses

Any child of the 80s and 90s will tell you that My Girl is the movie that emotionally wrecked them. You wanna know why our generation is so stone cold? Because we had to watch Anna Chlumsky mourn the loss of Macaulay Culkin. Even though we may not have forgotten the emotional betrayal that My Girl served to us on a silver platter, there are some things you may have never known about everyone's favorite 90s movies. 1. Title TroublesImagine EntertainmentThe original title of the movie was actually "Born Jaundiced." The producers wanted to change it, but they weren't having