1960: Lava lamps, on the other hand, are still around. They're not as popular or cool as they were in the '60s, but whatever.
1970: Disco will never die! Kinda...
1980: . . .
1990: Remember the pants we all wore in the 90's? Yeah. Thanks mom.
2000: I definitely was a part of the stripey hair fad. Back when highlights didn't have to blend in.
If you haven't guessed by now, and I'm sure you have, I'm trying to show that things fade in and out. Personally, I like to be involved with fads! I want to be the mom that's like, "Yeah. I had one of those cone bras. I rocked it." But I understand why others don't. Fads can be completely ridiculous to amazing to dangerous. And yes, selfies are 100% egotistical and a narcissistic, but you know what?
"I took so many stupid selfies. Wanna see?"
(laughs) "Yeah mom! Oh my goodness! Look at all these? There's so many of them! Man, what a weird time!"
So, that's that. BOOM!