2000s Things That Millennials Haven’t Thought About In Forever



Shoutout to all the rich kids who had Coach iPod covers that matched their bags and shoes!

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VH1’s Best Week Ever, which basically recapped every important thing you needed to know that happened that week:

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Talk Sex with Sue Johanson — which you had to watch with one finger on the remote control in case your parents walked in:

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Wayne Brady’s short-lived daytime talk show:

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Sharing an iPod with your friend or siblings by giving them one of the headphones:


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iDogs, which was almost like having a robot dog (even though it was just a speaker):

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High-end iPod covers that usually only your rich friends had:

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And the iPod docks that were built into the wall so music could play all over the house (that your rich friends’ parents would have in their houses):


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The dreaded moment of answering your home phone at the same time as the answering machine did and realizing that your entire conversation would be recorded:

10.

Mad TV, which was always overshadowed by SNL:


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The Gap’s collaboration with Product Red:


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Madonna’s M line that she did with H&M:


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Celebs doing in-store appearances at Best Buy:


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And Best Buy gift cards that came in CD jewel cases:


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“Love Sucks” tees that you thought were so ~edgy~:


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18.

Tinker Bell mania, but in particular all the very sassy Tink T-shirts Disney put out:


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Food Network’s Unwrapped, which was like a Wiki TV show about popular food brands:

21.

Ringtone charts and buying ringtones in general:

22.

Celebs wearing Kabbalah bracelets:


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23.

Steve & Barry’s stores, whose prices always felt suspiciously cheap:


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The “quik drop” box at Blockbuster Video stores, which was always the last-minute Hail Mary to avoid getting a late charge:


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