The Lion King was one of the biggest Disney movies ever made. The story seemed to captivate audiences both young and old, and you know what else? It made an insane amount of money.
Disney had always done a good job of marketing their products, but it seemed that when The Lion King came out and they finally had a property that would appeal to both boys and girls they were able to go completely warthog-wild with their merchandise. How many of these things do you remember owning?
There were a bunch of different options, but it seemed like we all had at least one Lion King photo album
You had to have a funky hat!
Because what else would match this shirt?
Or this super cool jacket
You needed a thermos to bring your lunch to school
And obviously a lunchbox
And we would keep it in our backpacks
We all had a special cup to drink out of at home, preferably one with moving pieces and glitter
Or at the very least one of these plastic cups that could be found in literally every home
And of course you would need a special plate to match
There were also these big heavy ceramic mugs that were honestly hard to drink out of, but it didn't stop us from wanting them!
And that wasn't all...
We wished for a blanket that looked like this
And boxers that looked like this
We needed a stylish way to keep track of the time
We all learned the important crafting technique of Sand Art
Well, it was only a matter of time before one of the best shows was added to the reboot explosion. Get ready for Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, and the rest of the Rugrats gang, because they are coming back in a big way.Rugrats first aired in 1991, and ever since we've all loved those goofy, little babies. Is it weird that Tommy kept a screwdriver in his diaper? Yes, of course it is, but how else is he going to escape? It's not like Angelica was going to help him out! The Nickelodeon classic is not just coming back to
Watching Full House as a kid was one of the most important things we had to do. Every week we would tune in to see how the Tanner family was doing, and after all those years it started to feel kind of like it was our house too. As all of us 90s kids got older, we realized that this house was actually a real place, and while we couldn't go inside of it, we could at least do a tour where we saw the outside in person. There were a lot of different tours that would take big groups
Our parents, our grandparents, and sometimes even our teachers would have to tell us things to make us do what was best for us. But sometimes, they seemed to have told us a bunch of lies that were just nothing more than downright false. Sure, it's understandable when they need to make sure we eat our veggies or go to bed early enough so we aren't cranky the next day, but honestly, some of the things our parents said were just completely false for no reason. I don't know why they have to lie to us. I mean, I guess