If you want to feel old, let me tell you that girl group TLC dropped the bad boy bashing tune "No Scrubs" 18 years ago.

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In 1999, everyone knew that: "A scrub is a guy that think he's fine and is Also known as a buster (buster, buster) Always talkin' about what he wants And just sits on his broke ass." Also, I am now reminded that even though I can't remember why I opened a new tab on my computer, I can still remember every word of that song.

Fast-forward to 2017, when comedian/actor Paul F. Tompkins took to Twitter hoping to find out what TLC's current Scrubs policy is like:

It's a valid question. I mean, it has been almost two decades, so maybe they've loosened their standards a little bit? Or is it still: "No, I don't want your number (no) I don't want to give you mine and (no) I don't want to meet you nowhere (no) Don't want none of your time and..."

People had theories.

"Hanging out the passenger side Of his best friend's ride Trying to holler at me..."

Obviously the only ones with the knowledge are the girls themselves. And they had a simple answer to Paul's question:

And then there was Zach Braff, who misinterpreted Paul's tweet as a slam against his popular sitcom, Scrubs.

He's got jokes, y'all.

The R&B stars also addressed another question that has boggled fans for even longer - WHAT ABOUT THE WATERFALLS?!

Now we can finally rest easy!

Now go ahead and sing along — you KNOW you still know the words.