19 Things We All Thought Came From The 90's, But We Were Very Wrong
by N/A, 8 years ago | 1 min read| 1075
All these things may have been all the rage for anyone growing up in the 90's, but in reality none of them actually come from the decade.
1. My Little Pony
My Little Pony, which has once again gained popularity, was introduced in the '80s.
2. Scholastic Book Fairs
The first book fair debuted in 1981.
3. Moon Shoes
The first versions of moon shoes hit the market in the '50s.
4. Push Pops
Push Pops are another invention of the '80s.
5. Sanford Pencil Sharpener
To be honest, your parents probably had one of these in their classroom as well.
6. Bubble Tape
This long gum was introduced in the '80s.
You may have been incredibly entertained by yo-yos in the '90s, but they've been around forever.
8. See-Through Phones
These clear plastic phones have been around since at least the '80s.
9. Lisa Frank
Lisa Frank was first founded in 1979, and most of the iconic products are from the '80s.
10. The Land Before Time
While there were certainly plenty of sequels in the '90s, the first movie came out in 1988.
While the Skip-It was released in the 80's, it's based on a toy from the 60's.
Everyone's favorite lunch first came out in the '80s.
13. Little Tikes Cozy Coupe
The car everyone learned to drive in is now celebrating its 30th anniversary.
14. Sony Walkman
First introduced in 1979.
15. Ecto Cooler
Ecto-Cooler, just like the movie it's based on, came out in 1984.
16. Scooby Doo
You may have loved Scooby and the gang when you were a kid in the '90s, but they started solving mysteries in 1969.
17. Slap Bracelets
Invented in 1983
Dunkaroos landed on grocery store shelfs in 1988.
19. Mr. Sketch Scented Markers
The sweetest smelling markers hit the market in 1965.
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