Posts tagged with ‘nostalgia’

"Rats of NIMH is my favorite animated movie of all time. It’s the great
dark cartoon created by a breakaway group of Disney animators based on
a children’s book. There are hero mice, evil rats, a fat cat, it’s
just delightful. In elementary school it was the default/most popular
movie to distract the kids with. When we would have bomb threats (I’m
assuming other people had these?) they would put on this movie all day for the
kids who’s parents weren’t in on pulling their kids out of school. So
yah love this movie, watch it, unless you’re on drugs, then stuff
might get weird.”

Original idea by BT production manager Jerzy!

Stick Stickly!

Is this shirt the address of the best stick on TV or the lyrics to the greatest damn song in the entire world? 

Answer: Both! 
At a time when sticks were limited to TV roles of popsicle and ice cream bar holders, Stick Stickly broke the mold by becoming the highest paid TV host in history (not counting actual history), hosting Nick in the Afternoon. Being voted sexiest stick alive every year since 1995, it’s no surprise he has the biggest fan club of any stick. He is the man, the legend, the stick: Mr. Stick Stickly.”
Original idea by @StephStreisand

Barney is a dinosaur who OH MY GOD! It’s okay though… he shared it with the rest of the kids at snack time. Shop BARNIVORE

Clueless is probably one of my top 5 favorite movies of all time. Cher Horowitz taught me everything I know about fashion, boys, politics, hats, exercise, drugs, plaid, driving and even how to live a more sincere and purposeful life. Cher believed in the Pismo Beach Disaster Relief, and so should you! 

Wendy Peffercorn... we love you forever. Almost as much as Squints. Check out this classic scene from The Sandlot when Squints becomes a man!

papermag:

In 1999, Britney Spears filled out a questionnaire for Twist magazine. It’s amazing, and should be in a museum.

papermag:

In 1999, Britney Spears filled out a questionnaire for Twist magazine. It’s amazing, and should be in a museum.

(Source: papermagazine)