TV

They Couldn't Afford Real Pokemon Cards, So They Made Their Own Hilarious Versions

Pokemon cards were one of the hottest commodities when we were kids. Everyone just had to have that Charizard. The thing was, they were hard to come by and collecting them could get expensive. Of course a lot of kids managed to get a whole bunch of cards together over the years. The problem is that it's been quite some time since the Pokemon hey-day and we don't all have those old collections handy anymore. GiphyWhat happens when you get that sudden rush of nostalgia that can only be soothed by playing one of your favorite childhood games? You improvise.

90s

20 Of The Weirdest And Grossest Garbage Pail Kids We All Loved For Some Unknown Reason

We all know and love Cabbage Patch Kids right? They are cute, cuddly and adorable. Then there are the Garbage Pail Kids. They are not cute, not cuddly, and adorable but probably almost as popular. These horrifyingly bizarre creations were made as sort of the parody of the Cabbage Patch Kids. They were specifically designed to be as disgusting and offensive as possible (in contrast to their inspiration) which was 100% their appeal. This was of course before the Cabbage Patch Dolls became terrifying enough on their own.Parents hated them, schools despised them, but kids were obsessed. In 1987

80s

You've Been Playing UNO Wrong Your Entire Life And Didn't Even Know It

Game nights, be it with family or friends, got lot more interesting in 1985 when Mattel introduced UNO. The iconic card game became an important part of childhoods for those who grew up in the 80s and 90s. BoardGameGeekIf you've never played UNO, the basic principle is really simple: be the first to get rid of all the cards in your hand. However, as with any game, the rules and the action cards make it a lot more challenging that you'd think. Most people who have been playing the popular game think they know the rules by heart, but it