Yo! Flaunt Jams Blasts Ya Back to the '90s This Thanksgiving

Back in the 1990s, we wore Blossom hats. That's right. And we rolled the sleeves up on our oversized T-shirts. We put on comically massive jeans called JNCOs and parted our hair so far over, that our comb-over gave our Uncle Jerry's a run for its two dollar bills.

Despite what they tell you these days, millennials, the '90s were hideous. They looked like we all just jumped into a Kmart craft section and rolled around. Some even reemerged from the pile with their overall shorts on backwards! Believe it.

This new '90s fashion trend definitely is a step up from the reality of that decade's look. But what we did have back then was vastly superior music.

Sure, "U Can't Touch This" might sound corny now, but who's better? FloRida or Hammer?

OK, now.

The indie rocking Flaunt weekly is giving praise to the '90s this Thanksgiving Thursday with Yo! Flaunt Jams. You can MC Hammer out that turkey from your thighs on the dance floor at Respectable Street.

And why not bust out those Z Cavariccis? Photographer Zack Jones'll be shooting the night away. DJs Kendall, JJ Contramus, OZwaldus, and Danxiety will spin the crap out of this crappy decade.

Before 11, PBRs are a buck, which is ridiculous, and after, only $2. Flaunt shots are 3 bucks, so chances are those pictures will be the only way you remember this fine night.

Yo! Flaunt Jams. 10 p.m., Thursday, November 28, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach. No cover for 21 and older. Call 561-832-9999, or visit respectablestreet.com.

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