Urban Outfitters ’90s Nickelodeon Nostalgia
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Nickelodeon is the best network for cartoons. If you were a ’90s kid, you have fond memories of all your favorite go-to shows. You can sing the theme songs by heart. You know them, you love them, you miss them. Well, now you don’t have to. Urban Outfitters is here to serve you the ’90s throwback you didn’t know you needed: plush dolls! The product description: “Your fave Nickelodeon pals rendered in plushie form. These stuffed characters are made from super-soft fleece evoking their cartoon likeness to inspire a major nostalgic moment.”
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants! Now with this new plushie doll he can live in your room. And where there is SpongeBob, there’s Patrick Starr. Your favorite goofy pink starfish sidekick is a must have.
Everyone’s favorite football head is hitting the shelves. Hey Arnold! was perhaps the darkest of all the cartoons. It explored themes like mental health, dysfunctional families, addiction and economic hardship. Plus, it showed us Stoop Kid, so enough said.
You can’t help but say aww when you see the Chuckie Finster doll. It’s honestly as lovable in plush form as he is in the show Rugrats. Who can forget the shy two year old with his perpetually stuffy nose.
Urban Outfitter’s didn’t exclude any shows from their line. Other dolls include Rocko from Rocko’s Modern Life, Ren and Stimpson J. Cat from Ren and Stimpy. So don your high waisted mom jeans and fanny pack, ’90s kids, and head to Urban Outfitters to collect the ultimate #squadgoals.
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