Last week, the Minnesota Timberwolves announced a trade that would bring Kevin Garnett back to Minneapolis.
Garnett started his NBA career with the Timberwolves in 1995 after he was drafted right out of high school. He played with the Wolves for 12 seasons, even leading them to the playoffs in 2003-2004. In 2007, he was traded to the Boston Celtics.
But Garnett will once again take the court in Minneapolis donning a Timberwolves jersey Wednesday night. And as he preps for his big return we thought it would be appropriate to take a look at some other things from 1995 that should also make a triumphant return.
In 1995 it was all about the feathers. Fuzz donned the tops of our pens and the front of our backpack purses, adding a burst of color to our lives. Really, where’s the harm in bringing that back?
Oh, wait. Those already are making a comeback.
O.K. was a pop released by The Coca-Cola Company in 1993. It was declared out of production by 1995. The soda is said to have tasted like a mix of all of Coke’s products mixed together. So, why not bring this back? It could replace all those fancy Coke Freesyle machines and save the company some money as it already is a mixture of all the flavors.
In 1995 the tan M&M was replaced by the new, flashy blue version of the candy. Tan was the original color for peanut M&Ms in 1954. It’s time for a comeback of the classic M&M. #bringbacktan.
Hootie And The Blowfish
Darius Rucker may have moved on to country music, but we only want to hear him sing another pop ballad. Really, Hootie, let us cry to your music once again.
While they didn’t gain popularity until a few years later, N*SYNC was in fact formed in 1995. And, aside from their performance at the 2013 VMAs, the group has yet to do a true reunion tour. This must be rectified.
Party Of 5
In 1995 TV Guide called the show “The Best Show You’re Not Watching” Seems like it was already made for 2015 television. Plus, they’ve already done a remake of “90210.”
“Grey’s Anatomy” just didn’t cut it for us. No doctor show is complete without a little Clooney.
It’s always said that toys now-a-days are too violent. So, let’s bring back pogs, the game where you slammed each other with plastic circles.