Everything old is new again. The '90s are making a comeback in fashion, movie remakes, music stylings, and now toys too. While parents everywhere may be rolling their eyes at their daughters' sudden need for a choker necklace and platform flip flops, the return of this toy might be met with more parental excitement, even if the kids don't get it.
What kids need today, more than anything else, is some kind of digital device to keep their focus off the real world.
If only there was some small device that randomly beeped and dinged.
Good news for '90s fans, and parents and teachers everywhere: they're ba-ack!That's right! Tiny digital pets with recurring needs are back, and tinier than ever. Newer, smaller, and just as addicting as the first set.
Gone are the days of a parent at home with nothing to do all day!
@EntertainerToys I remember always coming home from school to find mine dead, mum never feed the thing when I told her too 😢#winitwednesday— DANTHEBOSSMAN (@DANTHEBOSSMAN)1507743274.0
Oh good, a new way to not interact with the real world or actual people.
@IGN Yay something to do on work breaks instead of unnecessary uncomfortable socializing!— Heather Holliday (@Heather Holliday)1507740355.0
People are feeling nostalgic at the news that Tamagotchi is making a comeback.
@IGN My school banned these and the Nano ones after awhile. One time I had it on silent, but the pet chimmed me anyway and I got detention.— Ginny ⛄️ (@Ginny ⛄️)1507726820.0
The new version is called Tamagotchi Friends.
#winitwednesday. RT/Follow this post by midnight Thurs for your chance to win 1 of 4 Tamagotchi virtual pets!… https://t.co/qDyzZUKCCd— The Entertainer (@The Entertainer)1507743021.0