In 1999 these little guys blew up on the school yard scene. I'd skip over to the corner store and by myself a pack for 60 cents. (How come they don't have a cents symbol on the keyboard?) Somehow, the flavor didn't last because Crispy M&M's were discontinued in the US, however they're still widely available in Asia and Europe. I'd pick a Crispy M&M over a Peanut M&M any day. Sorry, Yellow!
4. Pop-Up Video
Vh1 needs to bring back Pop-Up Video right now! They would show a video and include fact bubbles about the video, the band, and the song! It was entertaining, interesting, and the only bit of reading I did in JHS.
The only reason kids woke up early every Saturday was to catch X-Men and Spider Man and his Amazing Friends... or atleast me. Nowaways, this generations kids are overwhelmed by television, internet and video games so the small stuff like a Saturday morning cartoon won't excite them. Bring back Saturday Morning Cartoons, not for the kids of today, but for the adults!
I can't even find much on Doritos 3D from Google. It's as if they we're never produced, except for the massive amounts of online petition to Frito-Lay and Facebook groups that beg for them to come back! I'm pretty sure they popped out on the market around the late 90s, but don't quote me on that. Then they mysteriously disappeared! The shape was fun and the flavor was great.
Nick at Nite used to always show old television shows like Diff'rent Strokes, The Brady Bunch, Gilligans Island, and Threes Company. Last time I tuned in to Nick at Night, they were running a Spongebob Marathon. How can Spongebob even compare to Bewitched, or I Love Lucy! The Cosby Show used to teach me values and morals as a kid. Now George Lopez is popping his big eyeballs all over Nick at Nite and it won't ever be the same. I miss the classics on Nick at Nite!