Whether that has you majorly stoked or ready to say "Gag me with a spoon," there is one definite upside: shopping.
And as the holidays are upon us, what better time to score those tubular trends and toys you wanted but Santa didn't bring? Or you can make like the happening Heather you are and treat your bodacious BFFs to some schweet swag.
So kick back, put on some Go-Go's, and browse our bitchin' list of buys:
Cabbage Patch Kids: These dolls were the must-have Christmas gift in the early '80s, to the point where fights broke out between shopping parents, desperate to score a doll for their darlings. Now buying them is just a click away.
Rubik's Cube: Another early '80s craze, this puzzler is the bestselling toy of all time with over 350 million sold worldwide, according to the Rubik's Cube website.
Stirrup Pants: Everything old is new again. The former jazzercize staple can now be found on the racks at H&M.
Little Hug Fruit Drinks: Need to quench your thirst after your adult-league kickball game? Chug a hug! (Vodka optional; drink responsibly.)
Snoopy Sno Cone Machine: While we never quite understood what Snoopy had to do with Sno Cones, the jingle for this toy's ad is enough of an earworm to make us want to buy it 30 year later.
Patrick Nagel Posters: The artist's cover for Duran Duran's Rio album became one of his best known works, and prints of his Nagel Women paintings are as quintessential to '80s pop culture as popped polo collars.
Easy-Bake Oven: Alas, the latest version of this culinary classic no longer cooks using a light bulb as the heat source. Though that's probably a good thing.
Smurfs: The little blue creatures that are "three apples tall" never really went away. They even have a new movie—Smurfs: The Lost Village, starring Demi Lovato and Joe Manganiello, no less—coming out to theaters April 7, 2017.
Capri Sun: Yep, you can still frustrate the heck out of yourself trying to stab that straw into those pouches.
Lisa Frank Everything: Stickers, stamps, pencils, folders, crop tops, leggings, bedroom sets and more.