Imagine if Facebook was made in 1995? Now imagine that instead of Facebook it was called 'The Facebook'. We want the 1995 version of Facebook.
It couldn't be more 90s if it tried. We haven't seen something that nails a generation so accurately since Grand Theft Auto basically bottled a parody of the 80s and then turned it into a video game.
Somehow it manages to be both absolutely terrible and yet at the same time, a product you want to get involved with. If there was one thing that the 90s did right, it was creating fake situations within which to sell products.