As if we needed further proof that Paul Rudd doesn't age, here's his 1991 commercial for Super Nintendo. Even back then, you could tell this fresh-faced lad had a promising future in movies and defying time itself with his ageless good looks.

Via BuzzFeed, who also has some pretty great GIFs of the commercial.

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    There are only so many things you can rhyme with "black beret."

  • The Blair Witch Project

    Although we do miss the sound our palms made against our foreheads whenever someone asked, "Is this real?"

  • Fax Machines

    When someone asks us to fax something today, we panic. That is, until we realize that scanners and PDFs exist.

  • Britney Spears' Virginity

    Some things, in retrospect, are too distressing to remember.

  • Cargo Pants

    What did we really keep in those extra pockets, anyway?

  • Pokemon

    Embarrassing hobby used "Embarrassing." It was super effective.

  • The Phantom Menace

    Came out in 1999, still counts as a 90s mistake.

  • Courtney Love

    The fact that she has a <a href="https://twitter.com/Courtney/" target="_hplink">Twitter account</a> is bad enough.

  • Old Destiny's Child

    Beyonce is better as a single lady.

  • Gay Stereotypes

    Thanks to 90s TV, aunties the world over still believe that every homosexual has a childlike obsession with Cher.

  • Shortalls

    Only cute if you're half-painting a room.

  • Beanie Babies

    Parents lost their money $5 at a time and kids inherited a future yard sale. Nobody really came out on top here except Ty.

  • Limp Bizkit

    Although we did get some joy out of watching little suburban "badasses" sing a George Michael song without realizing it.

  • Bucket Hats

    If we could describe the 90s in one word it would be "floppy."

  • Dial-Up

    Who misses waiting minutes for pages to load, having to hear that weird start-up noise and not being able to receive phone calls while surfing the web? Also, who misses saying, "surfing the web?"

  • War in Iraq

    Too late.

  • Baywatch

    We prefer to remember Hasselhoff as he was in "Knight Rider" and then just skip right to the cheeseburger-eating 2000's version.

  • JNCOs

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  • The "Rachel"

    Even <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/18/jennifer-aniston-hated-the-rachel_n_810229.html" target="_hplink">Jennifer Aniston</a> hated it.

  • Cowry Shell Necklaces

    You never went to Hawaii, just American Eagle.

  • Pogs

    Future civilizations are going to be baffled by the importance that was placed on these little circles of cardboard. And don't even get us started on slammers.

  • Creed

    They should take a page out of Nickelback's book and <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/22/nickelback-responds-to-nfl-petition-video_n_1108279.html" target="_hplink">enlist Funny Or Die</a> to make them appear at least <em>ironically</em> good.

  • The Macarena

    Once a year at a wedding is as much as we can handle.

  • Gel Pens Being Exciting

    We were so easily impressed.

  • Ace of Base

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  • Scrunchies

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  • Eyes Wide Shut

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  • The Aladdin Cartoon

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  • Math Rock

    Arithmetic + rock and roll = nope.