This Twitter thread goes all in on the nostalgia. Careful, it might hit you right in the childhood. But hey, it's fun to relive the times of the past, and remember just how far you've come in this long and strange trip.
Remember the good ol' days? When MTV still showed music videos, and nobody had cell phones? Well, here are some pics and gifs that will take you to a time before Elon Musk and Grimes were the talk of the town. Before our hearts were ripped out by Infinity War - and way before 10-year-olds had credit cards and cell phones.
Ah, the '90s. The decade of our favorite heartthrob Jonathan Taylor Thomas, boy bands, Space Jam, Tamagotchis and many more things that all of us Millennials so desperately miss. If you long for the superior decade of the '90s then you'll really appreciate scrolling through these nostalgic AF pics. We guarantee they'll make you reminisce hardcore.
Chances are, you'll probably recognize at least some of these things from your childhood days of staying at your grandparents' house - we certainly did. Definitely brings back those fond memories of opening up the basement closet and finding some of the toys and games your parents used to play with. A lot of this stuff you probably even forgot existed, so get ready for a major nostalgia trip!
The 90's were something of a teen romance renaissance. From 10 Things I Hate About You to She's All That, movies really captured the wildly awkward and often mean experiences of being a confused teenager. BuzzfeedOz Editor Jenna Guillaume is no stranger to these movie experiences. In this epic and hilarious thread, the author regales us with very 90's emotional rollercoaster, complete with three-way phone calls, and, maybe more importantly, a heroic dog.
For some reason I have this default setting in my brain that considers it to be eternally 2005. So I'm constantly thinking to myself, "Man, the 90's were only like 5-6 years ago." Well, in reality 2005 was 12 years ago and the 90's were 17.
For those of you like me who are permanently stuck in the past, here are some images that will take you on a feels journey through time.
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)
Prepare your inner '90s child for some intense nostalgia feels.
The cast of Nickelodeon's sketch comedy show All That reunited at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles to talk about the iconic show.
They even had a chance to sing the All That theme song, which was almost too adorable.
It was glorious.
Lori Beth Denberg was there, and apparently she hasn't aged at all.
If you don't remember All That, start out with this clip of Chris Farley with Kenan Thompson.
And then fall down a YouTube rabbit hole as you relive the '90s.
Attention all 90's kids—time is a flat circle.
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.
The big news should be taken with a grain of salt if you don't live in the Midwest, East Coast or the South. Go to the Surge website to see if the drink is in your area.
If you can't get Surge in your area, just watch this ridiculous, stereotypical 90's commercial for the soda. And be jealous. Be very, very jealous.