You know those places that you love and remember from your childhood? They're not the same anymore.
The Brady Bunch's house replaced Carol's Plymouth Satellite station wagon with a fence. What, they want privacy or something?!
Both are whimsical AF, but the old Disney store had that old-fashioned Hollywood charm. And, take it from someone who lives in Los Angeles, the REAL Hollywood doesn't even have that charm.
Originally, the Netflix reboot was going to be called Bluer House but then they were like, "That's crazy."
Wait a minute. Can you even call yourself a "hut" anymore, Pizza Hut?
These changes weren't bad, but the following MIGHT upset you. How do I know? Because they SURE UPSET ME!
Nickelodeon Studios were once the mecca of a '90s kid's hopes and dreams... Once.
Welcome to the graveyard of Blockbuster signs. In lieu of flowers, please leave unpaid late fees.
Gone are the days of playing on the giant piano. Now all we can do is watch Big and weep.
Chuck E. Cheese is still there, but he's had some work done. The glitz and the glamour of fame sure did get to him.
As if growing up wasn't hard enough? Don't worry, it gets worse!
Borders was my all-time favorite store. Tell your loved ones how you really feel before it's too late.
What happened to the old Discovery Zone play equipment? One Redditor found a slide at a farm in Georgia. See, it didn't die. It just went to a farm where it can play with all the other childhoods!
River Country was a water park in Disney World... Now it's a scene out of a post-apocalyptic nightmare. That's Florida for ya!
Shhhhh. It's going to be okay!*
*No, it's not. Your childhood died and it's not even a movie reboot's fault!