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1My Nineties Self Just Died and Went to Heaven: Blossom and Joey Are In An Old Navy Commercial

The headline was going to read “My Nineties Self Just Had One Sick-Ass Orgasm,” but I wasn’t sure if our advertisers would be OK with me talking about orgasms right next to their shiny Ford ads or something. After thinking about it, I also thought it was pretty weird that I’d be talking about myself having an orgasm during the time that Blossom was super popular, because I was only eight-to-twelve years old during that point in time. And yeah, that’s kind of weird.

Obviously, when I was a young girl, ‘Blossom’ was a huge, huge thing. Those hats? God, I love them. Loved them, rather. I meant LOVED them, like past tense. You know. Let’s just take a minute to appreciate the hat, alright?

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Heart! And the hats are back. And so is Blossom. And Joey, too! They’ve teamed up for Old Navy’s latest springwear campaign, and the name of the adorable commercial, in case you couldn’t read (and if you can’t read … no, that just boggles my mind, never mind that noise), is Bee Bots! Cutest ad ever, right? And how much do we love Mayim Bialik? Isn’t she the greatest, too? Joey Lawrence is, you know, not so great, and his futile attempts to resurrect a career have been just that – futile at best – but Mayim! I’m so glad she’s doing so many things lately! She’s got this, the whole Big Bang Theory thing, in which she is utterly deserving of all love and praise you can muster (muster, I say, muster), and honestly, this really started my weekend off with a bang.

Too neat, huh?

March 23, 2012 at 4:30 am by Sarah
Filed Under: Mayim Bialik

One Response to “My Nineties Self Just Died and Went to Heaven: Blossom and Joey Are In An Old Navy Commercial”

  1. Janem says:

    I’m sadly too young to have seen, or rather: experienced, Blossom, but I love me some Amy Farrah Fowler! She looks so nice all dressed-up.

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