Apparently Crystal Pepsi is back and has a release date: August 8th (unless you're Canadian, then you can get it as early as July 11th). What better way to advertise this even than by creating a super 90s browser version of Oregon Trail?
Someone go tell LA Beast that it's time to chug all the brand new Crystal Pepsi he can get his hands on.
This short lived soda was an attempt in the early 1990s by Pepsi to make a caffine free version that seemed healthier than the brown alternative. In this commercial, Generation X is clearly celebrating the return of their beloved soft drink in the best way they know how.
They still can't come close to the original 1993 commercial when it comes to really capturing the early 90's.
Now you can enjoy this apparently refreshing taste of your childhood without buying it on Ebay for $80 like this guy. You really don't need to chug your Crystal Pepsi like this guy either (WARNING: 20-year-old soda induced vomiting)
Surge, the popular soda that has been discontinued since 2003, is now back on store shelves
in the United States. Although the beverage has been available online since 2014, today marks the first day customers can hop on down to their local supermarket and pick up the sugary drink.
The company announced the return on Twitter back in August in a larger than life way.
That song you're singing—it doesn't mean what you think it means.
Pretty much every 90's kid has heard 'Macarena.' The song was played at schools, backyard BBQs and even churches. But that just goes to show you that our parents were blissfully unaware of what the lyrics were actually speaking about.
Infidelity, threesomes—'Macarena' has it all.
Watch the video above and learn the true meaning of the lyrics. And prepare your childhood memories to be tainted forever.
In the Oprah Show's fifth season, at the height of their popularity in pop culture the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had an entire show dedicated to them. Not only did Oprah interview the guys, but they also performed several songs off their new tour, got a visit from April, confronted Shredder and took questions from the audience.
How's this for a kick in the 90's feels?