17 Gifts For The 'Rugrats' Superfan Who Still Watches The Ultimate '90s Cartoon
Looking for some gift inspiration this holiday season? Well look no further than '90s Nicktoons to make your presents all that and a bag of chips. And while te decade had a full line-up of some pretty amazing cartoons, Rugrats was, in my opinion, the best. Those little tykes were always getting into themselves into the craziest situations, and always made us laugh in the process of getting out of trouble. And if your friends or family members were big on this crew, then you'll want to pull from these gifts for Rugrats fans.
As much as I would love to receive a Reptar Bar in my stocking (they turn your tongue green, after all), I would also be pretty stoked to open a myriad of these Rugrats-themed gifts this holiday season. Whether it's some all that apparel or stellar tech accessories, there are plenty of ways to gift your Rugrats fan with the perfect present that's also age-appropriate (well, sort of.) For your friend who's always saying things like "A baby's gotta do what a baby's gotta do" or "Nakey is good! Nakey is free!" (wait — is that a weird attempt at a nostalgic pick up line?), check out these amazing Rugrats items that they'll treasure as much as Angelica treasures Cynthia.
1For The Classic Fan
Taylor and her supermodel sidekicks have nothing on Tommy and his baby besties. Fan Print's squad goals tank ($26) lets you celebrate the coolest friend group to ever grace our TV screens.
2For The One Who Still Dresses Like It's The '90s
3For The Hipster
Your Brooklynite friend will love Etsy's Rugrats-themed Dope patch ($12), although they'll probably tell everyone they're wearing it ironically.
4For The Reptar Enthusiast
Reptar didn't get to speak much, but when he did it was gold. Let your friend rep Reptar's best lines with Zazzle's Halt I Am Reptar Tee ($23).
5For The Art Collector
What millennial doesn't have unused wall space? Get this Tommy Pickles painting ($30) on Etsy — a great addition to any art collection.
6For The Businessman
Add a little fun to your Friday, and a little childish flair to your grown up suit with Zazzle's Angelica tie ($48).
7For The Badass Babe
Cynthia, she's a really cool dancer, and she's also a badass bitch. Get this Cynthia mug ($16) on Etsy for your friend who loves the '90s and DGAF.
8For The '90s Know-It-All
Only a true fan will understand Zazzle's minimalistic Phil & Lil tee shirt ($26). Your friend will appreciate the reference — and happily grill others on Rugrats trivia if they recognize the ducky.
9For The Artist
Got a friend who's always filling up their sketch pads? Zazzle's Chuckie Finster notebook ($13) gives her the ultimate doodling inspiration, featuring the best cartoon character on the cover.
10For The One Who Texts You Angelica Pickles Memes On The Reg
Your phone is one of the only accessories you have all the time. So if your friend really loves Rugrats, gift her Redbubble's Rugrats' phone case ($25) so she can let the world know how much she adores the Nicktoon every single day.
11For The One Who Always Quotes TV Shows When They're Drunk
12For The Fair Weather Fan
Redbubble's Cynthia sticker ($4) is the perfect stocking stuffer for the one who likes Rugrats fine, but doesn't feel the need to wear teeshirts to pay homage to the babies. She can stick Cynthia on her computer case, pin her to a bulletin board, or get a good laugh out of the gift and then totally forget about it.
13For The Tommy Of Your Group
Every group has a Tommy Pickles, and Fanprint's catchphrase tee ($24) is the perfect present for your fearless leader.
14For The Activist
Dinosaurs get a bad rap, but this Reptar hoop art ($20) from Etsy defends the dino in a goofy patchwork circle.
15For The Girly-Girl
She was alway Princess Peach in Mario Kart and she played Dream Phone on the reg. Let her embrace her love of the '90s and her love of jewelry with these Chuckie Finster earrings ($9) from Etsy.
16For The Sophisticated Supporter
You can wear your love of the 'toon without having to have animated babies on your shirt. This Rugrats' names tee ($26) from Etsy shows devotion in an adult(ish) manner, and I'm so glad they didn't forget to include Spike.