The Saved by the Bell kids had great style. They were constantly running from Mr. Belding in chic dresses and heels, dancing or hanging out at The Max in ballerina skirts, skateboards and sneakers.
I love Lisa and Kelly’s style so much. And the incredibly 80s moped. Love it.
Oh Kelly Kapowski, I would wear this tomorrow in a heartbeat. Snow, grey skies and all!
Jessie, the studious gal. She could have at least worn a colorful blazer. Serious folks can have good style too!! Good binder though.
Let’s hear it for the boys! Zach Morris 4ever.
If you ever find yourself becoming sad about your lackluster surroundings, have no fear: Furniture stores are great places to hang out.
The key to spending some time around nice furniture and sitting on nice couches is to first call a friend. There’s nothing better than sitting on new furniture with a friend.
Go to Starbucks or your favorite coffee store. Get a coffee. Get caffeinated.
Find a furniture store that holds you dream pieces, like Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware or Crate and Barrel. Walk inside. Browse.
After you’ve successfully browsed kitchenware, picture frames and chandeliers, make your way over to the couches.
Pick a couch that looks both stylish and comfortable. It can be difficult to choose between style and comfort; selection discretion is advised.
Lay back, and have a wonderful conversation with your friend while sipping your fabulous coffee and enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
If any staff appear, greet them and casually say something positive about the couch. Then move on to another one in a different section of the store.
After you’ve tried all of your select couches, or your coffee has run low, give the store one more walk-through and then be on your way.
Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story… The Tale of the Underemployed Girl.
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Jenna Von Oy, or Six from Blossom was reported as pregz with her first babay. Slow news day, E!?
PS Joey Lawrence reeeeeally shouldn’t have plucked his eyebrows. Bad mistake for any man.
Remember when the economy was good and 5/5 pop stars had jobs, instead of 1/5? Where are you, 1999?
Swoon. Ted Danson is one fiiiiiine wine.