Food and Snacks

Reptar Bars Are Finally Real And We're All Rushing To The Store

We all remember watching Rugrats when we were kids. Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica and all their friends were the coolest babies we knew. Admit it, you know you miss that show. They had a lot of awesome adventures but now, you can have a little tiny taste of their life.NickelodeonGrowing up, Rugrats was one of the most popular shows. It inspired a lot of clothing and toys, but there has always been something missing. The kids on the show had this one thing that we all loved: Reptar. Reptar was kind of like a Godzilla-style, dinosaur-monster and the kids seemed

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5 Times Our Favorite Cartoons Hit Us Right In The Feelings

Cartoons are designed specifically for entertainment, meaning they are supposed to help us lose ourselves for a little bit while enjoying someone else's world. You don't see it as much anymore, but both animated movies and shows have been known to slip heart-wrenching tidbits into their scripts. These scenes put the true human experience on display, even if their meanings are completely lost on the children watching them. These 5 scenes from cartoons will hit close to home, even if you have the emotional capacity of a boiled potato. 1. Hey Arnold! - Christmas Episode - Mr. Hyunh's Past I

Fashion

Represent Your Favorite 90s Show With This New Line Of Nickelodeon Inspired Clothes

What was your favorite Nickelodeon show when you were younger? Were you a Rugrats fan, or maybe you preferred Clarissa Explains It All? NickelodeonThere were so many great shows on Nickelodeon that it makes it hard to pick a favorite. Luckily it doesn't really matter which one you love the most because now you can show off all of your favorite shows on these new clothes! NickelodeonThe clothing company Love Tribe has launched a new 90s Nickelodeon line of clothes is called that will be available at Macy's. They have all your favorite shows available, check them out below! You

90s

11 TV Sidekicks Who Stole the Show From The Main Character

Having a good imagination was pretty important when you were a kid. There were so many amazing toys and games that you could play, but the way to ensure they were going to be the maximum level of awesome was to tap into that youthful and innocent imagination. One of the most enjoyable things to imagine was having a pet or animal buddy that you could hang out with. I guess you could try to convince your parents to get a pet, but they weren't really the same as some of the ones you saw on TV. A lot of

90s

This Box Has Everything Your Childhood Self Wished For

So, there are a few things from your childhood that stick out as the best things ever. Disney movies, overalls and so many scrunchies. What else did we love? Nickelodeon cartoons! Hey Arnold, Rocko's Modern Life, Ren and Stimpy and Spongbob Squarepants, all of the shows were the absolutely amazing and there was an endless supply of them. They were constantly making new hilarious cartoons for us and we consumed them faster than they could even imagine. Sure, Nickelodeon is still around, but we don't get as much time to watch it as we used to. But what if you

90s

'Rugrats' Is Coming Back With A New TV Show, But It's The Movie That's Got Us Worried

Well, it was only a matter of time before one of the best shows was added to the reboot explosion. Get ready for Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, and the rest of the Rugrats gang, because they are coming back in a big way.Rugrats first aired in 1991, and ever since we've all loved those goofy, little babies. Is it weird that Tommy kept a screwdriver in his diaper? Yes, of course it is, but how else is he going to escape? It's not like Angelica was going to help him out! The Nickelodeon classic is not just coming back to

90s

Reptar Bars Are Back And They Are The "Superist" And The "Duperist" Versions Yet

Everyone remembers watching Rugrats as a kid, right? It was only the best kids' show ever. Those "dumb babies" as Angelica Pickles would say were a lot more clever than they let on, and in their many adventures they inspired us kids to believe that we could do anything. I mean, we don't have to question how or why a baby keeps a screwdriver in his diaper, because the logistics of where he got it or how he keeps it in there without hurting himself is beyond me, but that's not what matters here. What does matter is that these