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2000s Things Most Millennials Have Forgotten About

2000s Things Most Millennials Have Forgotten About

2000s Things Most Millennials Have Forgotten About

1.

MTV’s Becoming, which was a series that featured everyday people recreating their favorite artists’ music videos:

2.

Fonzworth Bentley, who was Diddy’s valet and used to follow him everywhere:

3.

TBS’s delightful Dinner & Movie (and also all TBS shows starting at :05):

4.

Having to adjust your eyes to the darkness inside of Hollister stores — and then having to adjust them again to the brightness of the mall when you left the store:

5.

The risqué photos inside the Abercrombie & Fitch catalog:

6.

Artists doing in-store appearances at Virgin Megastores, Best Buys, and Tower Records to promote their new albums:

7.

The Family Guy ringtones you would buy from Jamster:

8.

And the Jamster commercial that featured the super annoying singing rabbit:

9.

The iPod headphones that were flat and round with wires that would rip after, like, a year of use:

10.

Target’s Archer Farms in-store brand and market within a store:

11.

And the video games endcap display Target had that looked so futuristic and had three different game consoles set up inside of it:

12.

Catherine Zeta-Jones as the spokesperson for T-Mobile:

13.

Happy Bunny T-shirts that always made you do a double-take:

14.

And Paul Frank tees that were cute AF:

15.

MP3s that you downloaded from LimeWire that had the wrong artist listed for the track and made you believe for years that some other artist sang that song:

16.

LG’s Chocolate phone that looked very cool but had a terrible design as the track wheel would turn on when you put the phone next to your face while talking on it:

18.

And Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms, Rob Corddry, and Samantha Bee as The Daily Show‘s correspondents:

19.

Taking photos at concerts with digital cameras (which usually came out all blurry):

20.

Knowing the skill of how to take selfies with non-front facing digital cameras:

21.

E! True Hollywood Story, which was like a more dramatic version of A&E’s Biography:

22.

Printing out track lists for mix CDs you would make for your friends:

23.

And creating labels for your mix CDs — though it was always stressful when trying to get the sticker label perfectly on:

24.

Watching The Carol Duvall Show (where she made different arts and crafts each episode) on HGTV if you were home sick from school and had NOTHING to watch:

25.

Having the Education Connection commercial jingle stuck in your head:

26.

The feeling of absolute panic you would get whenever you accidentally hit the “internet button” on your phone:

27.

And lastly, the “don’t pirate movies” ad that played before some DVD movies and made you think the FBI would be breaking down your door if you even googled a pirating site:

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