Does anyone else remember their parents making them a first day of school sign each year?
The top box office film from each year and the original posters
I had the Talkgirl and constantly used it. I’m very thankful because I kept the tapes, and my late grandfather’s voice being silly with 8 year old me. He passed 16 years ago.
These don’t belong on my two year old’s book shelf 👀
My 4 year old daughter and I love playing my 90s Henry game together.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Blimp. My sister sent me a box of 30+ year old photos and somehow a picture of my favorite childhood toy was tucked away at the very back of the album.
Promo tape for the DVIX format. (1998) There encrypted DVDs that would only work for 48hrs after its first play. If you wanted to watch it again you have to buy a another 48hr or unlimited play license for each disc. It failed in its first year.
The original reality show “Star Search” featuring a 19 year old Dave Chappelle.
Everything is from 1990 including my house. Something about that year is magical to me.
Easter 1994, with haircuts courtesy of Dad. Every year my grandma would dress us up for an Easter portrait. We hated it, but I’m glad that she did because otherwise I wouldn’t have this gem.
Anyone else miss having Trapper Keepers? They were awesome even though they started falling apart 3/4ths of the way through the school year.
MTV – The Year in Rock (1993)
The year 2000.
Real Ghostbusters toys from Kenner will be available again at Walmart later this year
The 90’s: when I thought I was having a shitty day, an even shittier year, and the shittiest decade… but then I discovered Green Day, and everything was alright again.
Happy New Year from Helsinki! We began 2020 with DjWindows95man playing Sandstrom on stage with a dancing Clippy. Can’t get any better start for a new decade.
Tiger climbing claws, these baby’s had 12 year old me(1986) thinking I could leap and bound effortlessly up trees!
1970 Dr. Seuss pull-string talkers. “Are your parents home?” takes on a whole new meaning in a 50 year old voice box.
Found my “Yawny” over Christmas. Passed him down to my four year old.
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