Yo, girl. Are you an animated movie from my childhood? Because, while I liked you at first, I've come to realize you are actually weird and scary and make me very uncomfortable.
Because all of you were asking for a detailed guide to fake vomit attacks that will get you out of school and/or work… What’s that now? What do you mean, ‘Literally no one asked for that’?
Remember that time Jordan and Felix talked about candy bars and devil worship?
When did toys change from action figures and Legos to furniture and appliances?
Felix and Jordan reveal their first cell phones, favorite AIM away messages, and the truth about Rumspringa?
Felix and Jordan relive some of their earliest trips into their own imaginations. It's weird... and explains so much.
I'm sorry. Jordan and Felix can't come to the phone right now. They're busy having the time of their lives in a disgusting ball pit.
Whether you're visiting them or they're visiting you, family always makes things more interesting.
But how will we remember to be thankful that it's Friday without TGIF?
Everybody's still working for them, but are weekends better or worse than they used to be?
Strap on your Power Glove and pop a super mushroom. We're going in!
Walking that tightrope between work and play. Was it easier as a kid or as an adult?
Fears and the children who had them. And the adults who still have them. Scary.
Delving into the deep, dark world of Gameboy peripherals.
In the Game of FRIENDS, you win… or you’ll be there for me tooooooooo!
Jordan & Felix discuss The hierarchy of sleepovers and the pants of the future.
Birthdays. They come around every year whether you want them to or not. Once more around the sun we go.
Happy Meals. Burger King Kids Club. BOOK-IT. So many great memories about fast food from when we were kids.
Is there an expiration date on spoilers? Is there capital punishment for those who break those said rules? How much can we type here and NOT spoil this episode?
It's no secret that fanboyism for anything these days is rampant. Was it always this way and we just weren't aware of it? Or was the act of being a fan of something just actually better when we were kids?