Back in the '90s, when we just knew the hashtag as the pound sign on our sad old landlines, we did not have hashtags. We had AOL and AIM, y'all, we didn't need them. It's a shame we didn't, though, because viral things kind of happened in the '90s, too. We just didn't have sophisticated social media platforms on which to share. Very sad, right? If hashtags had been a thing back then, I like to think we would've used these all the time …
KEL LOVES ORANGE SODA! I live for the day there's a Keenan & Kel reboot. This hashtag will be everywhere.
Party on, Wayne!
Followed quickly by #omgWhyDidISpendMoneyOnThisWorthlessShit, I imagine. #BadFad #BinsFullofBeanieBabies
This would have been the perfect tag for all the #OOTD snaps featuring flannel.
Thank you, Clueless! The entire script of Clueless probably would've made it into hashtag form.
'Cause the face just don't understand.
Theoretically, this could come back now. “Fuller House” and all, you know.
Oh, Kurt. We do miss you.
Wow. If the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal occurred today, it would be so different. So very, very different.
Hahaha! HAHAHAHA! We were so scared!
SATURDAY NIGHT NICK, Y'ALL!
Biggie, Biggie, Biggie, we miss you, too.
Why were the Spice Girls so huge? Why were we so crazy about them?
Unless you weren't #TeamRoss, of course. I still have not decided if I'm on Ross's team or not.
Tagged, of course, as you received the Rachel. And again later, when you lamented getting the cut in the first place.
Or, conversely, #RIPTamagotchi when you killed it.
We probably would have come up with some way to play with them over social media.
I just did this one for Heather. Because she still loves Hanson.
#ILoveThe90s – how about you?
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