- Elon Musk hires ‘absolute unit’ sheep meme creator to be Tesla’s social media manager 4 Years Ago
- Jason Momoa stands by his Khaleesi after the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale Today 4:05 PM
- Airbnb, 23andMe partner for creepy heritage travel recommendations Today 3:26 PM
- Rep. Katie Porter goes viral again for trouncing Ben Carson (updated) Today 3:26 PM
- This deepfake takes Bill Hader’s Schwarzenegger impression to the next level Today 2:58 PM
- Wanda Sykes rails against Trump and offers much-needed perspective in ‘Not Normal’ Today 2:41 PM
- Man arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot YouTube employees Today 2:13 PM
- Some House Dems are backing away from the Save the Internet Act Today 1:40 PM
- Thousands sign petition calling for Danny DeVito to play Wolverine Today 1:02 PM
- Jason Mitchell fired from ‘Desperados’ and ‘The Chi’ after misconduct allegations Today 12:36 PM
- Police raid Black woman’s house after white neighbor complains about loud Malcolm X speeches Today 12:20 PM
- ‘Transfixed’ says it’s a ‘breakthrough’ series, but it still fetishizes trans bodies Today 11:04 AM
- Senator proposes Do Not Track bill to allow consumers to opt out of data gathering Today 10:54 AM
- The Queen of the North likes to Juul Today 10:36 AM
- Nearly half of Juul’s Twitter followers can’t legally buy the product, study says Today 10:26 AM
This ’90s nostalgia gift pack might be the ultimate Christmas surprise
The Internet’s craving for ’90s content is nothing new, and it seems bound to last until every child of that decade has their midlife crisis, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t point out this eye-popping trove of neon nostalgia.
Imgur user cheezeburger47 uploaded photos of a veritable ’90s museum, explaining that his sister had taken care of him as a kid while their dad worked and that, for Christmas, he wanted to give her special mementos of that time. He asked Reddit if he’d overlooked anything that might belong in this radical cache of toys, snacks, clothes, and art supplies—but nope, he got it all. Click through the whole gallery to appreciate his thoroughness.
Photo via cheezeburger47/Imgur
Miles Klee is a novelist and web culture reporter. The former editor of the Daily Dot’s Unclick section, Klee’s essays, satire, and fiction have appeared in Lapham’s Quarterly, Vanity Fair, 3:AM, Salon, the Awl, the New York Observer, the Millions, and the Village Voice. He's the author of two odd books of fiction, 'Ivyland' and 'True False.'