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2017 In Review: The 20 Best Distracted Boyfriend Memes

The "Distracted Boyfriend" meme is perhaps the stock photo meme to end all stock photo memes. People got so into it that the backstory was discovered by some internet sleuths. The meme went viral in late August - and was used to describe situations ranging from dating and politics to super specific themes like Greek mythology. This meme's versatility is the root of its strength, so we doubt we've seen the end of Distracted Boyfriend. 

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The 90's 2: 50 More Images Straight Out of the Best Decade in This Long Awaited Sequel

Just like some bad Disney sequel straight out of the late 90's or early 00's, I bet you didn't expect more so soon. But just like The Little Mermaid 2, here it is. 


Except I hope this is at least a little better. 

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50 Memes and Images Straight Out of the 90's That Will Send You Soaring Back in Time

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. 

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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?

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Here's concept that will definitely appeal to any original Nintendo fanatics. Matt Cornell and his team at Ink Whiskey has modified old NES cartridges into liquor flasks. Now this is what I call a throwback product.