24 People Were Asked: 'What Thing From The 90s Do You Think Should Make A Comeback?'
Ah, the 90s. A decade filled with tamagotchis, light up sneakers, and "zig-a-zig-ah". People on Reddit were asked: "What thing from the 90s do you think should make a comeback?" These are some of the best answers.
1. Crash Bandicoot games. It deserves a proper new game, reminiscent of the original trilogy.
2. Liberal usage of the word, rad.
3. Playing games online is fine but there's something really great about being in the same room with a bunch of your friends, connecting your PC's, ordering a ton of pizza, and just gaming for 48 straight hours or whatever.
4. Darkwing Duck. Let's get dangerous again, guys.
5. Headbangers ball.
6. Discovery Channel with Discover magazine style programming. History Channel with history on it. TLC = The Learning Channel. MTV plays music videos.
7. The economy
8. Rocko's Modern Life and Angry Beavers
10. Finding porn magazines in the woods.
11. Chatrooms. Yeah they were lame and silly but I had some great drunken piss my pants chats way back when. Funny how they just fell out of favor.
12. A decent Star Trek series.
13. My ability to eat whatever the hell I wanted without gaining weight.
14. Unsolved mysteries.
15. 90s alt rock
16. Nickelodeon having good, quality cartoons. Even though I'm an adult, I love the occasional cartoon. Nowadays, every show contains live action people and I hate it.
17. Legends of the Hidden Temple
18. Eiffel 65. I'd like to see what other colors they could sing about.
19. Chris Farley and Phil Hartman.
20. 3-D Doritos
21. The Internet. I feel sad for people who didn't get to experience what it was like before Web 2.0 and the corporate takeover. It was like the digital wild west and it was glorious!
22. $5 all ages local punk/grunge/rock band shows
23. Batman: The Animated Series
24. Massive super soakers. Why are water guns so shite now?
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