We’ve compiled the list of the best fads worthy of remembering, but not worthy of reviving…
Only MC Hammer and Aladdin were able to pull these off, so it’s no wonder they died out.
It was the game where you flip a stick with some other sticks. Entertaining? Slightly.
Nothing says “I’ve got style” like flinching.
When they were free in cereal boxes, they stood a chance… but no one could bring themselves to actually pay for little paper discs.
We actually can’t figure out why these aren’t cool anymore. They’re just so practical.
Malcom X once described the zoot suit as “a killer-diller coat with a drape shape, reet pleats and shoulders padded like a lunatic's cell”. Anything with “killer-diller” in the description is only bound to go out of style.
The idea of looking after a little electronic animal attached to a keychain sounds ridiculous, but there’s probably an app identical to this somewhere.
“Oh, you want the time? Let me check my ring."
They were like marbles, but with faces.
Roll Up Glasses
Have the convenience of protecting your eyes from the sun with the convenience of rolling things up into a canister and wearing it around your neck.