I know that title seems a heady concept to wrap your mind around, but give me a thousand words and I bet I can get you to agree with it. The idea is, if you were a teenager in the nineties, there were two things you were told and reminded about on a daily basis. Heroin will kill you and everyone has AIDS. Really. Our parents were the first generation who had to give the AIDS speech to their kids when they gave the sex speech, and considering there was no formal training for them on how to do it, they just told us to wear a condom, 24/7, and get into a monogamous relationship. And that, my friends, is what kept us line, and in some ironic way, probably kept our entire species from going extinct from poor decisions. Now that AIDS has become a manageable disease and no longer a life sentence for everyone, I can openly shill this theory for the public. I know it won’t sit well with everyone, but please, atleast hear me out.
If you listened to music in the nineties, it seemed like everyone was angry. Or secretly gay. Yet, if you turned on the TV, it seemed like everyone had a really annoying neighbor who was just allowed to walk into their home and make a scene anytime they chose. Or cough out words of advice when the family needed it most. Life wasn’t really like that, though. So, in other words, if someone only listened to music and watched sitcoms in the 90′s, it seemed like the world was full of angry people with retarded neighbors. Man, we all thought the nineties were so cool, but now I am starting to wonder. Anyway, here are the five annoying neighbors from 90′s sitcoms who most likely were hiding far more salacious intentions by being in your home and around your family than would appear in the surface. I gotta warn you, you may never look at Wilson from Home improvement the same way again.