So, facing up to the big quarter-century mark this year?
Fear not. You're far from the only thing to be turning 25 this year – just take the below, for example.
1. The World Wide Web
Hard to imagine life without it now isn't it?
The World Wide Web was invented by English scientist Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. He wrote the first web browser in 1990 while employed in Switzerland, then unveiled and open it up to the public in 1991, much to the rejoice of future Netflix-hounds everywhere.
2. Erik Per Sullivan
Otherwise known as Dewey from Malcolm In The Middle. He doesn't seem to be too busy at the minute, maybe he'd have a joint party with you.
3. Nirvana's Nevermind
And on the same day as the Red Hot Chili Peppers released Blood Sugar Sex Magik, would you believe.
4. Steven Spielberg's Hook
5. Thelma & Louise
And just like that, everyone's favourite gal pals entered our lives.
6. Sonic The Hedgehog
The blue, Japanese spiky pest that we neither questioned nor left alone.
7. The end of the U.S.S.R
And the end of The Cold War. And the birth of Uzbekistan, Tajikstan, Kyrgyzstan, Axerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and Estonia.
Obviously there's lot's more to the story, read up here.
8. Apartheid is finally dismantled
A passed referendum in South Africa supports creation of new constitution for multicultural society and thus, Apartheid is no more.
They'd be great entertainment for that party of yours with Dewey.
10. The airbag
As brilliant as they are, we hope you never have to see one.
11. The wind-up radio
So from 1991, nobody could ever blame a power cut for a lack of groovin'.
12. The Addams Family
Kicking off the fashion statement that is all black, for decades to come.
13. A plethora of songs about ridin'
Right Said Fred - I'm Too Sexy, Color Me Badd - I Wanna Sex You Up, Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex. And so forth.
14. Ice, Ice Baby
The Vanilla Ice classic that sampled a riff from Bowie's Under Pressure (mmf) – and is still as relevant today as ever.
15. The Liffey Champion
And where would we be today without it?!
16. The Irish Museum of Modern Art
17. The Jerry Springer Show
Putting people's problems out there for the whole world to see for the very first time. How did we live without it?
18. Ed Sheeran
A good lad who's alright on guitar.
19. 'Hasta La Vista, baby'
Terminator 2 was released, and this phrase was coined and used repeatedly.
20. Parachute pants
A bad time for trousers.
21. Bonnie Wright
The littlest Weasley was born this year. See, she's so little. Look how young you are!
Kentucky Fried Chicken shortened its name to KFC in 1991.
Which puts the dissolution of the Soviet Union into perspective, really.
24. Michael Jacksons' 'Black or White' video
An iconic time for music.
25. The Super Nintendo
The toy that shaped our formative years was launched in the States in 1991.
25. And finally, the last time the the mullet was considered socially acceptable
Or better still, attractive. Shudder.