The last decade of the twentieth century brought us some memorable pop culture references that still carry on today. Whether it was The Carlton on “Dancing with the Stars” or people still saying “Make it so,” the 90s are with us yet today. Enjoy some fun videos with your kids!
*****Please remember the inclusion of a link, show, movie, artist, etc. is NOT an endorsement. I included some things I am personally opposed to, but believe it is important to understand their relevancy. Some of the items included can make great launching points for discussion.*****
This Clueless montage probably sums up 90s slang better than anything out there. How many do you count you still use or hear in use today? If you were a child of the 90s, here you go! LOL! (And if you’re not a child of the 90s but love Jane Austen, Clueless is basically a Valley Girl version of Emma.) (Disclaimer on this video: PG13)
Houston, we have a problem
Make It So
Soup Nazi – No Soup for You!
I confess I did not know this was the origin of it! I don’t remember this commercial at all!
You’ve Got Mail
Those were the days. Dial up. Watching your time so you didn’t run out of your allotment. And meeting your husband via AOL. 🙂
Home Improvement – Tim Allen – Grunts and more
Fresh Prince Theme
Phoebe and the Bagpipes
(Okay, this is probably not a cultural phenomenon. However, I think it’s so funny. Watch it once watching Phoebe and then watch it once watching Jennifer Aniston trying to hold it together.)
Pop Culture Literacy in Your Homeschool – 1990s
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