Warning: The “Nostalgia Machine” Will Ruin All Productivity
When a 2-minute break turns into emotional overload
Do you yearn to relive your glory days spent driving to cheer practice or theater rehearsal or nonchalantly past your crush’s house as Alanis or TLC or Goo Goo Dolls (or all of them spliced together onto one truly badass mixtape) wafted from the speakers of your sister’s Subaru?
Look no further than the where-have-you-been-all-my-life Nostalgia Machine.
It’s a simple little site that lets you plug in any year and feast your ears on the most popular tunes of that time. We recommend your high-school-graduation year first, followed by your formidable sixth-grade year second.
Then good luck not sobbing in public.