90s

8 Smells That Will Make You Close Your Eyes And Think It's The '90s Again

They say your sense of smell is the most powerful sense you have, and that it can trigger memories that have been locked away for decades. Well, you can't smell through your computer screen (yet), but take a look at some of these pictures and see if you are drawn back to a time of *NSYNC and Sunday morning cartoons!Remember the first time you opened a pack of Bubble Tape? Just breathe in that sweet aroma...YouTubeOh man! This slimy, weird "toy" was all the rage, but can you remember what it smelled like? Especially after it fell behind

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9 Toys From The 90s You Can Still Buy, Because You're A Damn Adult

Just for a moment, try to remember Christmastime in the 20th century...It was a simpler time, where it wasn't about just about getting the most up-to-date gadget, or the latest trending item. It was about waking up on Christmas morning and seeing that one gift you asked for under the tree. Let's see if these popular gifts were the ones you hoped for on those Christmases long ago!1990: Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesYouTubeFollowing the release of their wildly popular movie, these action figures were all the rage when we were growing up. The live-action turtles are a little hard

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10 Christmas Memories That Prove Christmas Peaked In The 90s

Christmas isn't like what it used to be. Now that we are all grown up, we have so many more commitments and financial obligations that the holiday season isn't as much fun as it was when we were kids. But really, was it as good as we remembered, or are we just putting on those nostalgia glasses that make everything seem way better then it was? Well, to help us remember, let's take a look at some of the 10 most memorable things from the Christmases of our childhood and see if it was really all we thought it was.

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Man Collects Over $100K Worth Of 80s Memorabilia And We've Got To Admit, We're A Little Jealous

There are some people who love the 80s, and then there is John-Paul Annuziato. Some may say that he is completely obsessed. His collection of 80s memorabilia has more that 30,000 items from the decade, valued at over $100,000!Annuziato says that, "my goal initially was to bring back the 80s — the culture and the style. There was no political correctness. No censorship. The clothes, everything was a statement piece… The 80s was a wild time.”J.C. RiceHe has turned his entire apartment into a shrine to the 80s, with everything from Care Bears to video games

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20 Toys That Were On Everyone's Christmas List In 1987

Kids these days. What do they know about real toys? These days kids are more likely to ask their parents for in-app purchases than an action figure. Maybe that's just how things are now, but it makes us long for the Christmas mornings of our childhoods. Here are 20 toys every kid was asking for 30 years ago:1. Lazer TagFuture War StoriesVersions of this toy, which brought laser tag action into your home, are still around today. But Lazer Tag was a real phenomenon when it came out in 1986. Sadly, a 19-year-old was killed in 1987 after police

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6 Things That Are So Nostalgic You Can Practically Taste It

It was always so hard to roll out of bed, get to school, and try to stay awake during morning classes. But there was always one thing keeping us going through the lessons and work: lunchtime. There would be trades around the classroom, sometimes someone would be nice enough to let people have a scoop of their Dunkaroos frosting, but if one thing is for certain, finding any of these items in our lunch would make any day better!LunchablesMemory GlandsThese were the bomb. What could be better than pizza, snacks, and dessert in a box? Being the chef to

Life

7 Things That Happened At Every Sleepover That Had Nothing To Do With Sleeping

Growing up, there was nothing better than a slumber party. You got to eat all the best snacks, watch all the best movies, and stay up all night long with your very best friends. There were a lot of hours to fill at these slumber parties, so we needed a lot of games to keep us busy. Sure, they drove our parents nuts, but we had more important things to do!NBCDid we get told to quiet down? Of course, at least ten times! Did it stop us at all? Not in the least. Our parents always wondered what we