Yes, it's already time to become nostalgic about the nineties. For all those who yearn for the magic days of yesteryears when Braveheart and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective ruled the screen, and Blind Date and Supermarket Sweep kept you mentally occupied, this is the book for you. Ideally read with Totino's Deluxe Frozen Pizza. Editor's recommendation.
The Totally Sweet 90s: From Clear Cola to Furby, and Grunge to "Whatever", the Toys, Tastes, and Trends That Defined a Decadeby Gael Fashingbauer Cooper
With this hella cool guide, you’ll reminisce about that glorious decade when Beanie Babies seemed like
If you can tell the difference between the Petes in Pete&Pete, know every step to the Macarena by heart, and remember when The Real World was about more than just drunken hookups, The Totally Sweet ’90s will be a welcome trip down memory lane.
With this hella cool guide, you’ll reminisce about that glorious decade when Beanie Babies seemed like a smart economic investment and Kris Kross had you wearing your pants backward. Whether you contracted dysentery on the Oregon Trail or longed to attend Janet Reno’s Dance Party, you’ll get a kick out of seeing which toys, treats, and trends stayed around, and which flopped.
So throw your ponytail into a scrunchie, take a swig from your can of Surge, and join us on this ride through the unforgettable (and sometimes unforgivable) trends of the ’90s.
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—The Huffington Post
"The language is snappy, the pace brisk, and the research impressive. Cooper and Bellmont know how to dig..."
[If] “and you just want to crawl under the covers and relive your youth with something sweet, check out Gael Fashingbauer Cooper and Brian Bellmont’s new book The Totally Sweet 90s.”
—Jen X ‘67
“It’s full of fun trivia and facts about all the games, toys, and pop culture that made the 1990s awesome.”
—How About We
Meet the Author
Gael Fashingbauer Cooper is a journalist who writes the nationally recognized pop culture blog Pop Culture Junk Mail. Brian Bellmont is a former television reporter and producer who now runs a public relations agency
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