Seriously, where has the time gone? It seems like just yesterday that kids born in the mid-’90s were toddlers. Now they’re the crazy kids shotgunning beers and yelling “SPRING BREAK” while taking shots at the bar.
J.K. Rowling, we just want you to know that we’re still really sad about this and we hope you’ll keep writing at the very least. But at least we have the Fantastic Beasts movies to look forward to for now? Huh? Maybe?
America’s sweetheart isn’t so little anymore, but he’s still pretty dang adorable! These days, JTT isn’t doing as much acting anymore. He’s been focusing more on directing and scriptwriting, although he’s made guest appearances in TV shows like Veronica Mars and Last Man Standing. He even graduated from Columbia University in 2010.
9. We've Already Passed The Future In 'Back To The Future'
It's pretty crazy to think that the "future" that Doc and Marty McFly went to actually happened two years ago, on October 21, 2015! Also can we just say, why have those cool hover boards not been invented yet? We're waiting...
Speaking of Disney, High School Musical has hit a decade and then some! We’re really sorry if reading this automatically makes you get “We’re All in this Together” stuck in your head for the next three days, but don’t pretend like you didn’t already know all the words to it!
12. Lisa Frank School Supplies Are Now Vintage Collectibles
Remember those brightly colored notebooks that every girl had in elementary school? Well, since Lisa Frank’s glory days in the ‘90s, the company has drastically reduced its size to six employees, and the products are now considered “vintage.” At one point Urban Outfitters even sold a line of “rare vintage” Lisa Frank notepads.
Despite having a super famous dad, Hailie Mathers has largely grown up out of the spotlight (apart from being mentioned in some of her dad's songs) and is now a normal 21-year-old college student studying at Michigan State University. She graduated high school with top grades and received an Academic Excellence Award. Impressive!
Remember when the iPod nano first came out and it was all the rage? Now those are considered vintage items. Can we just take a second to think about that?
In all fairness though, financially it doesn’t make a ton of sense to buy an iPod when you’ve got a smartphone that can play music just fine. And since nowadays most kids have cell phones, they’ve already got it made on the music front.
And since we haven’t thrown this in yet, we’ve just gotta say it: Damn kids...