2000s Things Millennials Have Forgot About

by Buzz Street Times

Things that live rent-free and hidden in your mind.

1.

The Jamster commercial that featured the super annoying singing rabbit:

2.

Blank CDs that were made to look like 45 rpm vinyl records:

3.

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

5.

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

6.

The Windows Media Player that had different skins and the most mesmerizing screensavers:

7.

This photo everyone on Myspace took at some point in order to make more friends:

8.

Mirror selfies with the flash going off:

9.

Target stores that had red carpet almost everywhere:


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10.

Slim camera cases that not only protected your camera, but also allowed you to carry the charger and extra memory cards in it:

12.

The blonde wooden bookshelves inside of Borders:


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13.

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

14.

Cellphones that had the “chirping” feature:

15.

The CD kiosks inside the Virgin Megastore and Tower Records:

16.

The kids section at the Apple Store with the giant iMacs:


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17.

And iPods that came in those giant cube boxes:


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18.

The screensaver section on Windows XP:

19.

The warning that aired before Jackass episodes:

20.

The questionable photoshop job you would do to photos whenever you fixed “red eye” (usually it resulted in just two giant black dots instead of pupils):

21.

The mini-TV-DVD combos that would play infomercials on the end-caps at Bed Bath & Beyond:


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22.

And the collector box sets and big nature sounds CD displays inside of Bed Bath & Beyond:


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23.

The random original programming that would air on the TV Guide Channel:

24.

Pepsi’s iTunes free music giveaway:

25.

FunnyJunk, which was your pre-YouTube video source:

26.

The original ’50s TV set–inspired YouTube logo:

27.

Blockbuster’s microwave popcorn (which you and your family would always end up getting a bag or two of when renting videos):

30.

Madonna as a children’s book author (she wrote The English Roses):

31.

Vince saying “everyone loves my nuts” *cringe* in the commercial for Slap Chop:

32.

The mutant Quiznos hamsters that were just horrifying:

33.

Jessica Simpson as the spokesperson for Proactiv:

34.

Nintendogs — which made you feel so responsible:

35.

And finally, the scary AF anti-DVD piracy PSA that played before movies that basically made you feel like you were going to jail if you just saw a bootleg DVD on the street:

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