Sometimes we wish we could go back to a time when Fresh Prince was king, our greatest responsibility was making sure our Tamagotchi was fed, and candy was sweet, sour, and simple. There are near-countless reasons we're proud to be '90s girls , but the sweetest of them all was stashed in the candy aisle. Let's take a trip down memory lane with these iconic treats of our childhood.
Sorry Washi Tape , you weren't the first novelty tape to take the US by storm; Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape's  got you beat.
Warheads  were equally prized for their shock factor as they were for their terrifically tangy flavor.
Grown-ups didn't understood their appeal â sure, Pixy Stix  are basically just flavored sugar — but that only made them more fun to eat.
Fruit Stripe Gum
Not only did Fruit Stripe Gum  step it up in the food-coloring department, but each stick also came with a temporary tattoo.
We're still not really sure how Nerds  got their cheeky name, but that didn't stop us from gobbling them up by the handful.
Sour apple, cherry, and watermelon had their fans, but the best Airheads  flavor was, and still is, White Mystery.
Tiny Size Gum
Chiclets Tiny Size Gum  might not have tasted like much, but that didn't stop us from ripping into packet after brightly colored packet.
If you needed to make your candy last thoughout an entire sleepover — sleep being a major misnomer — all you had to do was open up a box of Everlasting Gobstoppers .
Like their close-cousins Push-Ups , Push Pops  trumped their classic stick-based counterparts, no contest.
For the best bubble blowing and gum snapping, we chewed our way through a packet of Bubble Yum .
Fantastically flashy, Ring Pops  were worth their weight in gold to a '90s candy fiend.
What did we leave off?