If you were born in the 90s, you know it was the greatest era. We got to grow up in a world without smartphones, the internet, and social media. We had Dunk-a-roos, Gushers, Blockbuster, Goosebumps, roller-skates, and life was grand. Yet, we were all there for these huge game-changers and it just made us appreciate the earlier days, as well as, the new tech that connects us to the world.
Some Gen Zer's don't quite understand the magic that was the 90s and have taken to Twitter to ask some questions.
Saving the world one dad joke at a time! All of these truly accurate dad memes come from the original dad account -- @classicdadmoves. There's nothing more accurate than these dad memes, it almost seems they were all instilled with a certain set of the exact same skills, the moment the reach dadhood.
Viewers of the classic American sitcom are finding it hard to find common ground on which episode from the series is the best of them all. The discussion on twitter is quite intense. The endless suggestions from the show's fans include The Dinner Party, The Gum, The Opposite and more.
The kids are finally back in school! Well, some are. And the parents cannot contain their excitement, as well as, humorous 1st day stories, and the joy that is back-to-school shopping.
If you have kids, you know. If you don't, this is what you're missing out on! Enjoy!
When Twitter user, Anne Thériault, posted a relatable tweet about women aged 35, women quickly jumped on-board and shared skills every woman has achieved by the age of 35.
What do you think? True or no? Any other skills you can add to this list? Let us know in the comments below!
Get ready for some laughter and major cringe! Twitter users have shared their most embarrassing moment that still haunts them to this very day. It all started when Twitter user, Adam Ryan, shared a specific memory that has been plaguing him for 30 years and soon enough others began to share their own embarrassing moments.
Well, let's just say this woman from Japan is actually sitting on a ticking time bomb. Her Instagram account @gomi_sutero, which means "throw away your trash" in Japanese and followed by close to a half a million followers, chronicles life with her messy husband - who apparently still doesn't know his filth is being documented for the world's curious eyes. All the pictures are of her husband's garbage that he leaves around the house and we can't relate anymore.