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.
When I die, bury me in a Pizza Hut buffet. I don't care what it takes, make it happen. When Imgur User, Whiskers7, spotted a Pizza Hut restaurant with the buffet, they decided to cruise through for a nostalgic tour of past time that should really make a comeback. On their visit, they were quick to see a self serve soft serve, a pasta station, garlic bread slices, and a mountainous spread of glorious, 'ZA. Like, what else could you want. Let's bring this sh*t back already, Pizza Hut.
Let this guy's epically messed up tale be a message to us all....it could always be worse. This one's obviously been around for a while, but we had to bring it back, cause damn, it might be one of the most harrowing live-tweet stories to ever surface on the internet. Ever.
Welcome back to our meme time portal. This week we're featuring an old favorite, "Don't Talk To Me Or My Son Ever Again." The highly exploitable meme format originated as Cowboy Bebop fan art on Tumblr. The image features Bebop character Spike Seigel with a miniature version of himself, along with the text "don't ever talk to me or my son ever again."
While the origin of the quote is unknown, it's become incredibly popular - often times used on photos of cute animals. Other memes feature variations of the quote that are retrofitted to their photographs. The original meme was posted in 2014, but we're happy to report that it's still going around to this day.
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.
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.
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?