90s

10 Awful Things About Watching Television That We Actually Kinda Miss

Watching TV was the best escape for most kids. You got to forget about homework and those grueling daily chores and chill out with some cartoons. GiphyThe way people watch TV now has changed a lot even in the short time since we were kids. These 10 things will remind you how we used to do it! Adjusting the antennae or "bunny ears" to get better receptionjoechin92Having to actually watch commercials and knowing all the jinglesYouTubeHonestly, sometimes you would look forward to the commercials because that's where you found out about the new toys! GiphyYou would have a physical copy

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6 Tech Gadgets From The 90s That Will Make You Realize How Much Times Have Changed

Growing up, technological gadgets were the most exciting thing, probably because they were all so rare! It was almost like finding the Holy Grail if you unwrapped a Game Boy at your birthday or Christmas, but now it seems it's weirder for a kid to be without some kind of electronic device. Have you ever thought about how different it really is now? If you were to go back in time and told your eight year old self, "one day, you will have a device that accesses every song, movie, TV show you could ever want, plus a bunch of

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11 Nostalgic Photos To Remind You Of How Much McDonald's Has Changed Over The Years

Last year, McDonald's introduced new cups, sandwich boxes, and packaging for their takeout bags. The new paper bags feature the iconic Golden Arches as well as "McDonald's" written in large bold letters, a noticeable departure from their previously white packaging. "The new look is simple, fresh and consistent with our vision to be a modern and progressive burger company," McDonald's spokewoman Becca Harry said. The RingerWhile the fast food giant is just trying to get in with the times, the introduction of the new packaging had some fans missing the way they once looked. Since the chain was founded in

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The Board Game 'Clue' Has Officially 'Killed Off' One Of Its Famous Suspects

There are some board games that were just completely necessary to our childhoods. Monopoly, Life, and Candy Land are basically taught to us as soon as we old enough, and they remain one of the go-to activities when we're bored. Arguably the best game to play was Clue. It was faster then Monopoly, more involved then Life, and a way better story line then Candy Land. The game had a dark premise, sure, but finding the murderer of Samuel Black made you feel like a super cool detective and we all loved it. Clue came out in 1949, and while