80s

Mark Ruffalo's Clearasil Ad From The 80s Will Leave You Saying "Oh No Baby, What Is You Doing?"

Listen, I love Mark Ruffalo as much as the next person, maybe even more, but that doesn't mean I can ignore this OUTRAGEOUS Clearsil ad from 1989. For those of you who are not familiar with Ruffalo's work, I have two questions:1) Where have you been?2) Why are you like this?He currently is portraying Bruce Banner/Hulk in the Marvel franchise:NerdistGeekTyrant/DisneyAnd he was also Matty in the iconic 13 Going On 30:Fan PopOr maybe you know him from Spotlight:EWOr Zodiac:Vague VisagesThe three-time Oscar nominee certainly has had an illustrious career, but everyone

90s

What Have The Kids Been Up To Since Leaving "Camp Nowhere?"

It was every kid's dream: go away to camp for the summer with all your friends, and absolutely no supervision. Camp Nowhere showed us what it would be like to be left to your own devices, with the only adult around a weird, in hindsight extremely creepy, former teacher. The movie focuses on Morris "Mud" Himmel, who dreads being sent to computer camp for another summer. He and his friends come up with the plan to invent fake camps and convince their parents to send them there. They blackmail former teacher Dennis Van Welker, played by Christopher Lloyd, into helping

90s

9 Facts About dELiA*s You Can't Order In A Catalog

Was there anything more exciting than getting your dELiA*s catalog and carefully flipping through each page to find the perfect outfit?The hottest catalog of the 90s, dELiA*s sent out over 55 million copies each year across the United States. It wasn't until 2014 that the 90s clothing company filed for bankruptcy, 20 years after it first debuted. In honor of the most fashionable catalog in history, here are some facts about dELiA*s you may not have known. 1. The Opposite SexRefinery29Despite being notoriously good at picking out women's fashion trends, dELiA*s was founded by two

Movies

The "Mary Poppins" Sequel Looks Sweeter Than A Spoonful Of Sugar

"Winds in the east, mist coming in. Like somethin' is brewin' and bout to begin..."That's right, Disney has just released the latest images for Mary Poppins Returns, a sequel to the classic family film of the 60s. See a delightful new image from the upcoming #MaryPoppinsReturns: https://t.co/bT7ErH7iF1 pic.twitter.com/aRo8IHaSKm— Oh My Disney (@OhMyDisney) December 28, 2017 The movie has been in the works since Disney announced the project back in 2015, but filming officially began in February of 2017. With an array of celebrity faces already featured in the promos, we're expecting nothing

Pop Culture

10 Things About "Home Improvement" That Will Give You More Power

Home Improvement was one of the greatest shows of our generation, giving us Jonathan Taylor Thomas in his prime, and Tim Allen before we knew he was a cocaine trafficker. Washington Times 1. The Right FitDisneyDisney originally wanted Allen to take the leads in Turner and Hooch and Dead Poet's Society, but he turned them down to get his own show. "They offered me two sitcoms: 'Turner & Hooch' or 'Dead Poets Society' in the Tom Hanks role or the Robin Williams role," Allen said. "And I thought they got the wrong guy. I told them, 'I'm the one you saw

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

70s

10 Foods From Our Childhood We're Surprised Haven't Been Banned By Now

Growing up, we were exposed to a lot of foods we probably shouldn't have been. We didn't necessarily have any of this "all natural organic free range sung to sleep by angels" food that people eat now. We ate what was given to us and didn't worry about the consequences. That being said, there were some pretty questionable foods from back then that are still eaten today, and we're not quite sure why. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying these foods should go away, I'm just saying I'm surprised they haven't. 1. SPAMEaterAs a general rule of thumbs, I

Life

1994 Best Buy Flyer Reminds Us Of Simple, Yet Terrifying Times

Before the internet was super available, we had flyers (or paper inserts). We waited for that blessed Sunday paper when we could see all the upcoming deals. And when it was Christmas time? Look out. Those bad boys were getting cut out and glued to another sheet of paper, then promptly mailed off to Santa. Even though it doesn't seem like that long ago, the technology in 1994 was...less than ideal. What we thought was groundbreaking now seems like the stone age. This paper insert from Best Buy is no different. It's from the week of October 23, 1994,

70s

10 Facts About The Partridge Family That Will Bring A Whole Lot Of Lovin'

From 1970 to 1974, The Partridge Family was one of, if not the most popular shows on television. The story was unique, which is probably made us all love it. Shirley Partridge was a widowed working mother who was left to take care of five kids. She decided, obviously, to form a band with all the children and travel the country in a decked out school bus. 4KQEven if you didn't watch this show on its first run, you were almost guaranteed to have seen it during syndication. Chances are, the late David Cassidy was on a poster somewhere in