Dig into all the unfortunately named snacks at Smosh.
True, some fads of the 90’s actually still exist and continue to be manufactured, from the virtual pet Tamagotchi (which teaches children how to come to terms with accidentally killing a baby dinosaur) to child-sized Power Wheels cars (which allows preschoolers to operate an actual moving vehicle, sometimes accidentally on the highway, often in reverse, and while screaming for Mommy). But most fads simply couldn’t make into the 21st century without a desperate reinvention or the collective shoulder shrug of kids everywhere.
From hypercolor shirts to moon shoes and pogs, see all the final fads the 20th century had to offer at Smosh.
Hey, it’s the new I Could Pee on That and Other Poems by Cats Page! Complete with all the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the book, though not necessarily in that order and perhaps minus three of those. Plus a request for pictures of your cats with the book!
How many times do you see some cool invention or tech device in a movie and scream, “I want that!” And then you turn to the person sitting next to you in the theater and scream, “Gimme that!” And then that person looks at you and says, “Who the hell are you and why are you screaming at me?” Well, we’ve all been there, which is why now we present this list of movie gadgets and gizmos that if real would certainly make our lives if not better than a lot more interesting…
To see all the gadgets that appear up on the screen and on our wish lists please go to Smosh.
Most people are taught an early age to avoid strangers or at least not give them the keys to their apartment. But it turns out no one ever bothered explaining that to the characters in the following sitcoms…
Come and knock on the door of all the all-too-welcoming characters at Smosh.