Travel back in time with us, to the year 1992. We've gathered a list of trivia to help you immerse yourself in the '92 culture.

Here are some highlights:

  • The top song was "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston, while Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" was also released that year.
  • Popular movies included "A League of Their Own," "Sister Act," "The Bodyguard," "Unforgiven," and "Aladdin."
  • Bestselling books included "The Bridges of Madison County '' by Robert James Walker and "Dr. Atkins’s New Diet Revolution '' by Robert Atkins.
  • The price of a compact disk (CD) was $11.98, while a daily newspaper cost 25 cents. A 64 oz jar of Skippy peanut butter was priced at $5.99.
  • Troll dolls made a comeback from the 60s, and the Super Soaker 1000 was launched.

Quotes that originated in 1992 are still in use today, such as "You can’t handle the truth!" from Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men," and "There’s no crying in baseball!" from Tom Hanks in "A League of Their Own."

Let's take a moment to reflect on the 90s and consider starting a business in 1992 – that's precisely what Gary and Julia did! They began creating delicious caramel corn in their modest kitchen, and it's easy to imagine the two of them busting some moves to Whitney Houston's tunes while crafting their treats. Perhaps they even joked about the occasional ingredient mishap, saying "There's no Crying in Caramel BALL!"

Although 1992 was our founding year, the real excitement lies in what comes next, spanning three decades of our journey! Stay tuned for the next chapter, coming next week.