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Cardigans Are Apparently Back In Style But The 90s Totally Did It Better

If we are being perfectly honest here, I didn't know cardigans ever really went out of style. Sure, people don't really wear them the same way as they used to, but there's still plenty available. But the thing is, the 90s were a prime time for sweater sets and cardigans. Not only were they available in a million color options, but they had a bunch of different designs and patterns that became popular. It seemed like every person had one either wrapped around their shoulders or wore it as a crop top in the 90s. Now they are apparently "back

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Alicia Silverstone Revived Cher Horowitz On TV And It Was "Way Existential"

I don't know about you, but Clueless is probably one of my favorite movies of all time. The plot is based on Jane Austen's Emma and it gives us 90s girls a modern take on something that has been around for so long. The movie itself was a feat, taking something that would be considered a "chick flick" and making it a real 90s classic, and after all these years we're all still obsessed. Admit it, you still quote it regularly. There are too many good lines to choose between, so we tend to say them all. Alicia Silverstone became

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Seeing Celebrities' Homes From The 90s Is Like Stepping Through A Time Machine

Who else has a very vivid memory of what their house looked like in the 90s? Everyone's house has specific look depending on what their parents were into at the time. In our house we had green wall-to-wall carpets, a blue couch that was almost a velvet texture and of course, a lazy boy recliner. In our basement we had a hand-me-down couch from my grandparents that looked like it had seen better days. It was basically just the scratchiest material ever but it didn't matter because it was ours. Our houses may not have looked as cool as the

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Polly Pocket Is Going Back To Her Roots With A Brand New 90s-Inspired Collection

Who else remembers growing up when our dream toys were these plastic little compacts that had a whole little world inside?  Those little Polly Pockets were everything we wanted. Even though they were such a simple little concept, they managed to fill our imaginations and we loved them. They had so many different kinds of Polly Pockets. Ones based on movies, ones based on fairy tales, and others that are just fun creations of their own.EtsyWhether we were adventuring with Jasmine and Aladdin in Agrabah or having a fun castle adventure, we managed to see these little peg

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Study Reveals Each State's Favorite 90s Cartoon And The Results Are Unexpected

Everyone has their own favorite cartoon, but have you ever wondered if the one you loved most had anything to do with where you grew up? Maybe you just related to the characters more, maybe everyone in your town just had a big phase where you all watched the same shows, or maybe it's completely based on the channels you had available. A lot of factors influence which shows are your favorite, but the 90s had a lot of good options to choose from. Kids shows in particular were absolutely epic in the 90s. There was something for everyone, but

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The Feud Between The Original Aunt Viv and Will Smith Just Got More Intense

We've known for a while now that the feud between Will Smith and the Original Aunt Vivian, Janet Hubert, has been burning for decades now. It's like a constant breeze, we just kind barely notice it most of the time, but every once and a while the winds kick up and it's knocking us to the ground and tearing down all of our tree branches. The fact is, Smith and Hubert do not get along. Not one bit. But now, decades since they last worked together, there is new fuel to the fire of this feud that has people talking.

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13 Things That People Miss From The 90s That'll Give You Serious Nostalgia

The 90s were a pretty magical time. We had neon pants, crimped hair, and the best Nintendo games ever. There was a Disney renaissance, TV sitcoms were epic, and the music was everything we could ever hope it would be. Looking back, it's hard to pick just one thing that stands out as the most iconic moment of the 90s, but really you don't have to. We all have enough 90s love to remember it all. People on Twitter spent their weekend sharing what their favorite things about the 90s were and now we are having some pretty intense flashbacks

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Macaulay Culkin Opens Up About His Abusive Father And Michael Jackson

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

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The 'Double Dare' Reboot Announced Its New Host But Don't Worry, Marc Summers Is There Too

We've all been anxiously awaiting news about the Double Dare reboot, but so far we hadn't gotten much. Well, that's about to change because not only do we know who the host is going to be, Marc Summers himself has given us some hope that it'll be as good as the original. The show comes back this summer, and after 25 years people have been a little concerned about what to expect, but Summers has opened up about the show and we're starting to get psyched. NickelodeonHe's not going to be the host, but he's still involvedSummers was the host

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7 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' Facts That Aren't Made Up, But The Points Still Don't Matter

If you grew up in the 90s, you've watched Whose Line Is It Anyway?, at least once. It was one of the biggest shows in the country and was the introduction to improv comedy for each and every one of us. Drew Carey was the host of the show that made us all laugh hysterically for years. He was joined every episode by Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles. Wayne Brady was almost always there too, so eventually he became one of the regulars as well.ABCThey would also have another guest on every episode to fill in the last empty