90s

25 Years After Snow Released 'Informer' Where Is He 'Licky Boom Boom' Now?

Darrin Kenneth O'Brien may not be a name you know, but that's because he has been going by 'Snow' since the early 90s. Chances are, you remember his famous one hit wonder "Informer" from 1992, and while you may not actually know the words, it probably never stopped you from trying to sing along. It has been 25 years since we all became obsessed with the reggae styling of the Canadian rapper, but where has he gone now? Honestly, does anyone really know where he came from? Don't worry, we've got answers! YouTubeO'Brien was born in Toronto, Ontario, and lived

Pop Culture

23 Songs Turning 20 In 2018, Just In Case You Wanted To Feel Old

2018 is (hopefully) going to be better than 2017. Get those resolutions ready, because it's the year of YOU! Unless, of course, your resolution was to not cry in a corner about how old you are...because this list of songs that are turning 20 years old in 2018 are bound to send you into a fit. Sorry about that. 1. "...Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears2. "The Boy Is Mine" by Brandy and Monica3. "Stop" by Spice Girls4. "I Don't To Wait" by Paula Cole5. "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It"6. "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" by Jay-Z7. "Doo

90s

6 Secrets About "Jackie Brown" That You Can't Even Trust Melanie On

It's not one of director Quentin Tarantino's most famous movies, but Jackie Robinson is an absolute cult classic. Whether or not you've seen it once or 10 times, Jackie Robinson has some cool facts about it that you have always been missing!Shoulda, Coulda, WouldaBald MoveAfter he finished Pulp Fiction, Tarantino was looking for his next big project. His production company bought up the rights to three Elmore Leonard books: Killshot, Freaky Deaky, and the now-famous Rum Punch. He wasn't sure which one he wanted to work on, and nearly gave Rum Punch away. “I didn’t think I was

TV

'Mad About You' Revival In The Works And We Aren't Sure How To Feel About It

It seems like everything is up for a reboot these days, and sitcoms are no exception. The 90s seemed like it was the decade of the sitcom, with many successful and popular shows running each and every night. Of course, everyone had their favorite. Many popular shows took place in New York City. Friends, Seinfeld, and Will & Grace all took place in the big city, making it seem like the cool place to live. There was really a show for everyone in the 90s, and one of the most popular shows is getting really close to making a comeback. Mad

90s

20 Pictures That'll Make You Long For The Last Great Decade: The '90s

Before the turn of the century, there was a decade like no other.In this time, there was pop music that everyone could agree on, dance moves that made everyone want to move their bodies, sitcoms that made everyone laugh and fashion we all still love today. Bucks FargoThe '90s were filled with so much nostalgia that it would take thousands of pictures to bring back all our favorite childhood memories. Here are 20 pictures that will do the '90s some justice.1. Breakfast had more magic to it back in the day.Cove of Solitude2. You had to catch

90s

12 "All That" Sketches That Were Honestly All That

If you didn't watch All That, you were missing out on the height of sketch comedy...okay well maybe not the HEIGHT, but at least some great sketches. Sure, it was dumb humor, but it was enough to make us laugh until we cried. The show lasted 11 years, and though you could make a solid argument that the later seasons weren't the best, they were still better than anything that airs on Nickelodeon today!These are some of our favorite All That sketches that we still remember today. 1. Know Your StarsThe show would make their stars (or guest

90s

10 Plot Holes From "Friends" You Totally Missed

So no one told you life was gonna be this way...or maybe they did, but then three season later they totally changed their minds and fed you lies. There were a number of plot holes in the show Friends, and even if you didn't like the show (because you hate happiness), then bask in your bitterness and laugh at their mistakes. 1. Ross's AllergiesNBCIn The One With The Baby On The Bus, it's established that Ross is allergic to kiwi, peanuts, and shellfish. However, seven seasons later, in The One With The Blind Dates, Ross gets free crab cakes

80s

15 Toys From Your Childhood That Used Batteries Like They Were Going Out Of Style

Parents these days complain that their kids are glued to smart phones and tablets, but at least those are rechargeable.When we were kids, toy makers expected you to add a huge pack of AAs to your weekly grocery list just to keep the toys in your household running. While lots of toys still use batteries, they didn't eat them up like these 15 toys from our childhood.1. TalkboyHughes EntertainmentThese were a must-have after being featured in Home Alone 2, but they didn't run on your imagination. It took four AAs to power up this handheld recorder, so it