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No. 77347

Anyone else here have a huge love for the 00s pop culture? Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, The Hills, Lindsay Lohan, were the hugest names, makeup was pretty simple, MySpace.. Am I the only one who's in love with the 2000s and misses it to death?

No. 77355

>>77347
yes. so much yes.

No. 77362

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No. 77363

Yes.

All i hear about is 90s nostalgia but I was born in 95 so I can't really relate.

No. 77366

No..? Ew.

No. 77370

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I don't miss it to death. But I liked Paris Hilton and crazy looking Christina lol

No. 77375

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This was such a shitty decade for fashion, but people seemed very carefree and happy.
2007 was like a tragic ending with the downfall of our 2000's princesses.
I would've love to hang out with those girls, they seemed totaly crazy but cool and relatable, meanwhile Kim kardashian is one of the most boring celeb in history.

No. 77384

Early 2000's internet fucking owned. Shame everyone's too busy being asshurt these days over stuff that would have been considered a joke back then.

No. 77404

http://www.popculturediedin2009.com/

this tumblr is really good OP, if you don't already follow it

No. 77418

>>77404
This is my new favorite website.

The social justice movement killed pop culture :(

No. 77430

>>77362

aw god yes

No. 77431

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Not exactly 2000s but 90s? Sabrina had the best outfits sometimes

No. 77435

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This is from the '99 issue of Seventeen magazine. I miss this aesthetic so much. I think it was most popular in the very early 2000's, and then the ~br00t4l scene aesthetic~ mostly took over for the mid to late 2000's. (That's not to say I don't get my fair share of nostalgia from seeing a shitty MySpace layout and ex-scene queen. Tbh, scene queens were how I first became enamored with Internet drama.)

No. 77445

>>77435

Omfg yes, I'm an oldfag and this is the emo that I know and love (as opposed to scene, although I have a soft spot for that as well). There is supposedly an emo resurgence recently though, with people trying to bring back the music and this style of dress.

No. 77446

Scene is not dead though, all the alternative hipsters are scene imo.

No. 77464

>>77445
when did emo go from that to black nail polish, long fringes, and cutting

No. 77494

>>77445
There is! I have seen a few high school kids dressing this way when I've been out at the record store etc. Nostalgic af.

No. 77496

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>>77435
I remember seeing this a friend's dorm in college back in 2000 or so. holyshit… I haven't seen this in SO long.

So weird since I was just looking up pics of Audrey Kitching last night.i still think she's super cute. Working a big Beauty show in nyc, so I might run into her. Glad I grew up in the late 90s, early 2000s. Those were definitely good times.

No. 77497

>>77464
Because that magazine article was never really emo. I don't even know what was. I mean, aside from the studded belts, maybe? No one ever knew what emo was because it was so made out and out of nowhere.

No. 77498

>>77370
>Best Christina era
Good taste, anon.

No. 77506

>>77431
yes! I recently bought the series to watch again and it's like the fashion trends have gone full circle.
She also had a really cute body type in the early seasons, the outfits really suited her.

No. 77514

>>77370
Christina>Britney any fucking day, back in the days Stripped was a really good album, still own it to this day and def was her best era.

No. 77518

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>>77497
Emo means different things to different people. To people in the alt-scene, emo is strictly a music thing referring to sounds like Cap'n Jazz and American Football. The style of dress associated with it and the people who listened to emo music resembled something like the magazine article and the "prehistoric emo" in pic related, but it was much more centered on the music than the fashion. There's an "emo revival" going on right now. Lots of emo bands like Dads, The World Is a Beautiful Place…, Pity Sex, etc., popping up following that type of sound.

Somewhere along the way in the 2000's the word "emo" stopped being associated with that and turned into a pejorative term for kids who cut themselves and wear too much black. To normies, emo usually refers to scene kids and sad preteens with swoopy haircuts. Scene kids don't actually have anything to do with emo (i.e. twinklecore) music.

anyway, I'm gonna post some more shit from yourscenesucks (pic related) for 2000's nostalgia

No. 77524

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No. 77526

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No. 77527

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No. 77528

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No. 77529

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No. 77530

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No. 77531

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No. 77551

>>77529
lmao is this based on kiki?

No. 77568

>>77531
Omg this is a train wreck.

No. 77575

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>>77531

>stoked on life xdD

No. 77600

>>77575
>cock goes where?

No. 77606

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No. 77607

>>77606
I wish I had small boobs like that. They seem to be a fixture on scene queens

No. 77619

I was a kid/teen in the 2000s and miss the TV shows and celebrities from then. I totally agree with >>77375 btw.

Also
>Trucker hats
>Jackass
>The Simple Life
>Early emo/scene
>Hot Topic selling alt. clothes instead of dead memes
>Tight graphic tshirts
>Choppy hair
>"Loves it."
>Flip phones

No. 77625

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>>77619
loves it

No. 77629

>>77575
Stoked on eccys more like

No. 77642

>>77625
>>77375

I would've liked to hang out with Paris and Nicole Richi. They seem like they'd actually be pretty fun. Current celebrities like Kim K seem like they'd just give you dirty looks while you were trying to talk to them and roll their eyes

No. 77649

>>77625
I was obsessed with the show they did where they went all across the country doing various common jobs for a day or two. I don't know why, but I genuinely liked the show and thought they were cute on it.

No. 77652

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>>77607
Same. I always was attracted to scene queens because of their petite figures and small breasts. Audrey was my early 2000s crush.

No. 77653

>>77652
Were you the one trying to pick up that prepubescent 19 year old here the other week? What a small world.

No. 77654


No. 77657

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>>77653
>prepubescent 19 year old
Just how?

No. 77704

>>77607

If you remember tho didn't they both have ED

No. 77705

>>77619

8 simple rules
Home improvement
Sabrina the teenage witch
Old disney channel
Saved by the bell
Rugrats
Old CN
Old Nickelodean

old everything tbh
</3

No. 77706

>>77652

Recently went on her IG and tbh she's not got that big of a following anymore

No. 77708

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Anyone else collect the sabrina magazine? you'd get make up with each mag

No. 77710

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No. 77713

>>77708
>>77710
I did! I was weirdly obsessed with that show as a child.

No. 77717

>>77649
the simple life? damn, I'm tempted to torrent the whole thing. I only ever saw small bits of it

No. 77728

>>77642
Is it just me or does everyone seem so much more bitter these days? And some of them just hide it behind the bad bitch attitude.
The 2000s were my teens so it might be just that I hang out with different people today.

No. 77758

>>77607
werent they like 15

No. 77765

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"Tuna or chicken" is still my favorite moment from the 2000s

No. 77774

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Tbh I miss the shit hollister and Abercrombie released in the 2000s. Everything was more slim fitting and long rather than cropped or drapey. I'm tallish/lanky it seems like all this super loose baggy shit is just companies cashing in on HAES.

No. 77775

I miss things like Limited Too, those little robot dogs, Baby Phat,Lil Mama…just to name a few.

No. 77784

Aw man I miss early 2000s internet! I loved Gaiaonline so much, I remember sneaking on the family computer at night so I can talk to internet friends lol

No. 77785

>>77713

Omg! Same… never got all the magazines tho :(

No. 77786

>>77728

Shows back then were more uplifting nowadays everything is just meh or "seen it" or "omg you cant say that"

No. 77787

>>77784

Same! In 2004 I used to use that fan art site called fanart-central and it was for the weebs but not so terrible weebs like today.

It was always so so nice! Then everyone turned to DA and got tumblr.

No. 77789

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No. 77791

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No. 77792

>>77791
The GOATest

No. 77793

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No. 77794

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No. 77795

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for the britfags

No. 77796

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again for the britfags

No. 77797

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No. 77798

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No. 77799

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No. 77800

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No. 77801

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No. 77802

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No. 77804

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No. 77805

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No. 77806

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No. 77807

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No. 77808

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No. 77809

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No. 77810

>>77805
fuck i remember my cousin had this, even two of those bears
i envied her sooooooo much but i never got to have one :(

No. 77811

>>77805
>'they're just so lovable'

somehow this is really sad to me.

No. 77826

Never thought I'd be nostalgic for it considering at the time I thought it was the fucking worst

No. 77828

>>77811
Sad in a pathetic marketing way, or sad in that weird depressing bittersweet cute adorable helpless way? Because the latter was my reaction and now I, a grown-ass adult, want to cry and cuddle with a stuffed animal

No. 77832

>>77828
Different anon, but the latter for me too. Seriously fuck that reaction though. I was bombarded with plushies as a kid to the point of having nowhere to put most of them except in trash bags for storage. It crushed my soul when I decided enough is enough, time to donate, and looked in their little plushie eyes and imagined that their next owners would soon get tired of them and throw them away. My heart still aches.

No. 77835

>>77785
Same! I missed one issue because of an importing error to the only chain of shops in the country that stocked them (they were sent the same issue twice in a row).

No. 77837

>>77805
Hoooly shit I want one of these now. I had one and loved it so much I remember I rubbed that velvety stuff off in patches.

No. 77840

>>77832
I still have bags and bags of stuffed animals in the basement that I can't bear to get rid of because of their helpless lovable faces and tiny cute outfits.

:(

No. 77844

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No. 77848

the 00s were a little bit magic.
i'm a HUGE fan of all those trashy VH1 dating shows– Flavor of love, i love new york, rock of love.. and the spinnoff shows like "I Love Money". TV comedy gold.

No. 77878

>>77795
ausfag here, i had forgotten about this monstrosity

No. 77881

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No. 77884

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No. 77890

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Has anyone else, ever, ever felt like this?

No. 77900

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>>77884
holy shit I remember those!! you'd press on the flower in her shoe and she would blink and talk


On another note does anyone remember The dog?
My friends and I in elementary school would collect them and play with them during recess, and we'd even help each other name them aahh it was cute
but looking back these dogs are so ridiculous looking, like why are their heads so big/ how can their little bodies support so much weight? why were these so cute and why did I want them all

No. 77904

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No. 77919

>>77900
OMG! I remember back when these were at McDonald's. I was in 8th grade and everyone would collect these and trade each other for one's they really wanted.

No. 77926

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>>77900
the local toystore near me sells The Dog playing cards and i was so excited, but wasn't sure if it was the same thing so i never got around to buying them. if i ever see them again, i might just get them because The Dog was the best thing ever when I was a kid.

No. 77984

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Video games

No. 77987

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'94 fag here, did anybodies school have these?

No. 77988

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I used to try and watch this discreetly as a kid because I thought people would think I'm gay lmao

No. 77989

>>77987
I remember getting these at the end of some school years, but I don't think I knew a single person who actually did them.

No. 77990

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>>77987
yes!
and remember this?

No. 77991

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No. 78002

>>77796
omg this was my favourite book when i was young! nzfag here

No. 78007

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No. 78009

>>77795
Sob, this was everywhere I loved this series. If you had a pencil case you were the coolest lol.

I'm so glad others feel the same way about the 2000s, it is easily looked over but had some great things.

No. 78010

>>77988
I watched this all through high school. I was so obsessed with being a spy like Sam.

No. 78014

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>>77988
>>77791
Loved both of these
I remember having a crush on Frances when I was 10 lmao

No. 78021

>>78007
this was my shit

does anyone remember this game
i realized last week that this was why billy bat was familiar to me..

No. 78023

>>77801
I still love you, Techno.

No. 78024

>>78021
ARE YOU SERIOUS

I loved this game! Best ever hands down, it's an underrated gem. Needs a remake.

No. 78027

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>>77884
Wow holy shit I used to spend hours on the Diva Starz dolls website playing all of the games

Pic also related

No. 78032

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>>77900
Oh man, I remember these! I still have my sticker-collecting book from when I was a kid with a ton of The Dog stickers.

On the same note of weird kids toys, did anyone else play with My Scene dolls? I remember watching the webisodes and playing the dress-up games for hours! I'd make my Mom play the games with me, and when we'd dress up the 'boyfriends' she'd always do voices like they were gay… Also I got their bowling bag despite not bowling.

No. 78033

>>78024
yup! a lot of ps1 games had a certain charm, i think. being low poly and all. i also really enjoyed copeland's music in spyro games. shame i can't find any of them irl though

what do you think of herdy gerdy? i thought the cover art was fuckin ugly but i managed to find gameplay and it's actually….. cute.

No. 78036

The description of this youtube video has wayback links to some of the old girly games that have been wiped from Mattel sites.

This one was my SHIT. http://web.archive.org/web/20050612015414/http://divastarz.everythinggirl.com/summer/sunnycarrotcrunch.html

No. 78037

>>77848
I spent hours watching flavor of love marathons… and those Parental Control ones where the parents chose possible dates for their kids

No. 78038

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>>78032
I don't think I had the dolls but I spent hours and hours on the website playing all the games.

>>78027
I'm still super upset when I went on after they did some of the redraws and I accidentally changed my Koi to the new version bc I didn't read the notice and clicked without thinking…

No. 78040

>>77804
I still have all of those and they still work.

No. 78043

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If any of you fuckers ever had these I am beyond jealous. Or the big Polly Pockets with the rubber clothes, I was only allowed to play with the original Pollys.

No. 78046

>>78037
I spent many nice summer afternoons in front of the TV watching Room Raiders and Boiling Points.

No. 78047

>>78043
aw I had this :( I regret giving it to Goodwill

No. 78050

>>78036
Anon, words can't describe how much I love you for bringing this back into my life. Diva Starz had the best games.

No. 78054

>>77988
I forgot how animeish totally spies was.

No. 78055

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My sister had one of these. They weren't very comfortable.

No. 78056

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No. 78057

Did you guys have a favorite Barbie? I had quite a few Barbies but this was the only one I ever played with cause she had long pretty crimped hair.

No. 78058

ANNA ANNA GLAMOROUS ANNA
ANNA NICOLE
ANNA ANNA FABULOUS ANNA
ANNA NICOLE

YOU'RE SO OUTRAGEOUS
ANNA NICOLE

No. 78066

>>78058
She was a goddess.

No. 78070

>>78058
Even the intro straight out says she's a slutty golddigger who married a rich old coot just to get his money. I don't know how she agreed to this whole show. May she rest in peace.

No. 78072

>>78070
She was pretty far gone by the time of this show. Remember her getting stuck under a coffee table in the first episode? Good times.

No. 78073

>>78058
She was such a trip and always on a trip.
God I love her.

No. 78088

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>>77625
>>77642
Sorry to be late to the party on this. But I loved the simple life. I secretly liked Paris when all my emo friends thought she was a slutty joke.

No. 78138

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>>78043
I remember saving up ages just to buy this and a little mini house with other characters. The GBA game was really fun too.

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No. 78144

>>77363
Born in late 92 so not really cognizant till 1996 at the very earliest. I was really only culturally present for the tail end of the decade and am truthfully am more of a 2000s kid.

More 90s kids are really 2000s kids than otherwise, the 90's represents my earliest childhood.

No. 78145

>>78141
lmao is this show satire or something? Eddie is so obviously homosexual.

No. 78148

Nostalgic GAP commercial

No. 78151

>>78144

It's true. I was born in 94' earliest I can remember is like 98 at the MOST. So it was things like getting my furby and baby born for xmas. Also 99' Rugrats movie at the cinema, Pokemon ect. I can remember those things? But nothing else really. I remember the millennium though cos my fam threw a party :)

No. 78152

>>78138

God I still have that game! Never did finish it :(

No. 78153

>>78021

OH GOSHHH

JERSEY DEVIL! I used to love this game! With the pumpkins popping up everywhere!!!! :D

No. 78154

>>77991

Had all the games :)

No. 78161

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>>78151
Same here, also born in 1994. And the only steretypical ~90's~ stuff that I remember are all the old baby shows that were on public access tv, like Bananas in Pajamas or Comfy Couch. Even the rugrats that I watched religiously had Dill it. A lot of people around our age kind of forget that the only reason they remember stuff like Legends of the Hidden Temple or whatever is because they were in syndication until 2004/2005

No. 78205

Remember when General Mills cereals put free computer games in the boxes?

My favorite was the Candyland, but I had the Monopoly, Operation, Pajama Sam, Aladdin Activities, and Clue.

No. 78207

http://pbskids.org/zoom/
This website is still intact, like a little time capsule.

No. 78235

>>78207
Two of the original cast members went to the same dentist as me lol. The office kept an autographed photo in the waiting room.

Oh, and RIP Jared

No. 78240

>>77805
Weird to think that shit like that is probably going to be really fucking valuable one day

No. 78242

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I actually owned that fucking shit. The rubber felt goood.

No. 78249

If you grew up in the 00s, you probably have zero recollection of what it was like for a TV show or film to have an all-white cast.

That's sad.

No. 78254

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>>78249
because syndication doesn't exist

because movies disappear and cease to exist when the year is over.

No. 78256

>>78254
Yeah but you never experienced that era when it wasn't actually a big deal to have an all-white show or film.

No. 78261

>>78249
>>78256
>what is Friends
>what is most media
Anyway, I don't get why it's a big deal for every single person in a show to be one race.

No. 78264


No. 78265

>>78261
>Friends

Friends started in the early 1990s. A similar show would literally be impossible today with four white stars and no main non-white stars. Look at the controversy "Girls" courted for the three main protagonists being white girls.

>what is most media


Most media is multiracial these days in America.

>I don't get why it's a big deal for every single person in a show to be one race.


Who are you addressing this to?

It's a big deal to non-whites because they see whites as this universalist, pan-racial group who they have implicit expectations of "fairer" behavior from, for whatever reason.

No. 78267

File: 1457377031017.png (280.16 KB, 500x366, lizzie mcguire.png)

>>78265
Can you please stop trying to make a nice thread into a place to shill your political agenda, anon? Thanks. :^)

No. 78271

File: 1457377195835.jpg (48.12 KB, 500x463, solittletime.jpg)

>>78267
Also
>Lena Dunham
>any year

No. 78272

>>78271
I never said I liked "Girls", I simply said that it's interesting how the 1990s was the last era when all-white casts weren't considered a cause for controversy.

No. 78273

>>78267
He literally shows up in random threads and grabs onto the smallest reason to sperg about Western nations (I think he's British) getting weaker due overly permissive immigration policies.

Just ignore him and enjoy the lovely nostalgia thread. :)

No. 78274

File: 1457377525269.jpg (36.11 KB, 259x304, 338b2d797c2894a356ae957402d1c3…)

>>78272
That's also wrong but shhh it's okay no one cares

No. 78276

File: 1457377601776.jpg (66.86 KB, 607x321, water1.3.JPG)

All of old Disney channel. I remember I always shat on it as a kid, but secretly loved it.

No. 78278

>>78274
>That's also wrong

No, that's a fact. You could have accepted this and moved on but instead you decided to get angry about it.

No. 78281

File: 1457377862502.jpg (109.9 KB, 599x464, picture_photo_ed83eb.jpg)

>>78278
No more tears, anon

No. 78282

File: 1457377903216.jpg (107.73 KB, 400x600, lELdCxh.jpg)

>>78278
go back to 4chan, don't you have women with daddy issues to chat up?

No. 78284

File: 1457378051613.png (371.78 KB, 544x416, juniperlee.png)

This show was so fucking underrated.

No. 78285

File: 1457378140141.jpg (40.33 KB, 391x388, American Dragon - Jake Long.jp…)

>>78284
And in hindsight, this one was pretty cringy/tryhard lol

No. 78286

File: 1457378174087.jpg (63.05 KB, 300x295, TPBJoU5.jpg)

This is for you, /pol/fag.

No. 78287

File: 1457378245634.jpg (876.39 KB, 1280x960, vwAKVbJ.jpg)


No. 78288

File: 1457378335026.jpg (20.61 KB, 340x255, mona the vampire.jpg)

Any britcucks remember this? It was on air where I live for some reason.

No. 78289

File: 1457378456769.jpg (22.94 KB, 480x360, hqdefault (2).jpg)

anyone remember slime time live?

No. 78290

File: 1457378490119.jpg (251.82 KB, 1024x768, digimon_digital_monsters.jpg)


No. 78291

This stuff was ridiculous

No. 78292

File: 1457378533665.jpg (133.63 KB, 1024x768, Atomic-Betty-Wallpapers.jpg)

This show was annoying, but Betty was one of my first girlcrushes.

No. 78293

File: 1457378627566.jpg (13.13 KB, 182x268, My life as a teenage robot.jpg)

How has no one posted this yet holy shit

No. 78294

Does it make me a hipster if I refuse to watch any SpongeBob episode made after 2003?

No. 78296

File: 1457378790213.jpg (217.41 KB, 1280x1024, a_cinderella_story_3.jpg)


No. 78297

File: 1457378945731.jpg (14.29 KB, 200x290, 3Y8ZOce.jpg)


No. 78298

Anyone remember the 4Kids dub of Tokyo Mew Mew? It was bad, but the OST was pretty good for some reason.

No. 78299

File: 1457379060509.jpg (61.92 KB, 445x347, proud-family-tv-ds03.jpg)


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No. 78301

File: 1457379188363.jpg (1.76 MB, 3072x2304, DIGI-DRAW-09-AsSeenOnTvMalaysi…)


No. 78302

File: 1457379193201.jpg (123.77 KB, 1000x777, W-I-T-C-H-witch-19305385-1000-…)

I like to think we're near the point where "Only 2000s kids will remember this!" will become a thing.

No. 78303

File: 1457379210123.jpg (358.89 KB, 531x500, Cotton Candy Machine Handheld.…)


No. 78304

File: 1457379220841.jpg (468.19 KB, 1772x1265, winx-nugget14-club-23268461-17…)


No. 78305

File: 1457379233628.jpg (54.11 KB, 1000x1051, Meow-Chi-17.JPG)


No. 78306

File: 1457379261093.jpg (87.85 KB, 600x399, disney-trivia.jpg)


No. 78307

File: 1457379297221.jpg (54.91 KB, 500x500, Pv1TZuv.jpg)


No. 78308

File: 1457379322473.jpg (59.69 KB, 204x300, Whats with Andy.jpg)


No. 78309

File: 1457379339502.jpg (315.62 KB, 960x1440, p24659_d_v8_aa.jpg)


No. 78310

File: 1457379381042.jpg (197.03 KB, 1024x768, Megas-XLR-giant-robots-3072773…)

You dig giant robots
I dig giant robots
We dig giant robots
Chicks dig giant robots

No. 78311

File: 1457379476065.jpg (256.74 KB, 1280x1024, jocuri-cu-ben-10.jpg)

It turned to shit after the first series

No. 78312

File: 1457379509591.jpg (241.72 KB, 1400x1400, dy619Hj.jpg)


No. 78313

File: 1457379522285.jpg (22.86 KB, 480x360, super robot monkey team hyperf…)


No. 78314

File: 1457379558453.jpg (41.35 KB, 640x330, zrhwQMM.jpg)


No. 78315

File: 1457379694089.jpg (82.02 KB, 320x320, thats-so-raven-FRO.jpg)


No. 78316

File: 1457379747144.jpg (45.91 KB, 500x307, 51OeYygBXoL.jpg)


No. 78317

File: 1457379779506.jpg (30.96 KB, 480x360, hi hi puffy amiyumi.jpg)


No. 78318

File: 1457379853258.jpg (241.9 KB, 741x1100, herbie_fully_loaded.jpg)


No. 78319

File: 1457379942112.jpg (37.94 KB, 500x375, $_12.jpg)


No. 78321


No. 78322


No. 78323

File: 1457380459242.jpg (30.29 KB, 480x360, kingdom hearts 2.jpg)

>released in Japan in 2005
>released in Murrika in 2006
Goddamn.

No. 78325

Early YouTube lyric videos.

No. 78326

Europop AMVs.

No. 78327

it's gonna be may

No. 78328

File: 1457380933175.jpg (75.59 KB, 1024x768, Cheetah-Licious-Girlfriendz-th…)


No. 78331

I'm pretty ashamed to say it, but I miss t.A.T.u. a lot.

No. 78332


No. 78334


No. 78335


No. 78336

Why does it seem like music from the early 2000s was way more sexual?

No. 78337


No. 78338


No. 78340


No. 78341

Horrible thread.

No. 78342


No. 78343


No. 78344

Anyone remember MadTV?

No. 78346


No. 78359

>>78341
>>78303

Fuckkkkkk!!

No. 78360

>>78288

Mona? How can i forget

No. 78361

File: 1457388403738.jpg (11.74 KB, 223x218, 0.jpg)


No. 78365

File: 1457388509799.jpg (30.37 KB, 640x379, 0.jpg)


No. 78366

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No. 78367


No. 78368

File: 1457388614011.jpg (101.8 KB, 1024x576, 0.jpg)

more late 90s… anyone else have puppy or kitty in my pocket? old version

No. 78369

>>78367
shitty chan not auto embeding

No. 78370

File: 1457388651417.jpg (42.71 KB, 500x375, 0.jpg)


No. 78372

File: 1457388698548.jpg (18.09 KB, 236x323, 0.jpg)


No. 78374

File: 1457388738497.jpg (49.08 KB, 500x487, 0.jpg)


No. 78375

File: 1457388853037.jpg (7.25 KB, 300x189, 0.jpg)

those cute shitty my little ponies from mcdonalds

No. 78378

File: 1457389020916.jpg (33.25 KB, 411x500, 0.jpg)


No. 78379

File: 1457389023875.jpeg (30.48 KB, 300x225, image.jpeg)

Bless this thread. I have so many feels.

Does anyone else remember this game? It was like, a Barbie makeover for Windows 95/98. I can recall playing it on my mom's PC for hours and hours. At the end there would be a cutscene at a ballroom Barbie would say something like "thanks for getting me ready for the party!"

Fun times.

No. 78381

File: 1457389066582.jpg (337.5 KB, 1280x960, 0.jpg)


No. 78382

>>78379

:( Aww no! I wanted that but never had it! I had the Barbie one where she was Rapunzel? It wasn't the new Rapunzel Barbie fom 2003 tho it was 1997 on CD rom. Also the pet rescue barbie game!

No. 78383

File: 1457389152300.jpg (107.01 KB, 736x655, 0.jpg)


No. 78384

File: 1457389236858.jpg (185.22 KB, 1023x891, 0.jpg)


No. 78386

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No. 78387

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No. 78388

File: 1457389580555.jpg (23.04 KB, 251x350, 0.jpg)


No. 78391

File: 1457389816020.jpg (53.05 KB, 640x480, 0.jpg)


No. 78392

File: 1457389884956.jpg (17.94 KB, 280x300, 0.jpg)


No. 78393

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No. 78395

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No. 78399

File: 1457390113896.jpg (108.14 KB, 612x612, 0.jpg)

lol aw when they tried bratz cats and they never took off

No. 78401

File: 1457390177443.jpg (15.36 KB, 425x342, 0.jpg)

i wonder why

the toys remind me of those girls in the #kittenplay tag on dumblr

No. 78402

File: 1457390247949.jpg (140.6 KB, 748x402, 0.jpg)


No. 78403

File: 1457390287966.png (63.92 KB, 982x707, mock up_1.png)


No. 78404

File: 1457390318319.png (6.83 KB, 239x211, mock up_1.png)


No. 78405

File: 1457390458990.jpg (89.17 KB, 800x524, 0.jpg)


No. 78408

>>78405
That is 90s

No. 78409

File: 1457391029796.jpg (93.33 KB, 680x450, 0.jpg)

YT 2005

No. 78410

File: 1457391068156.jpg (49.38 KB, 600x480, 0.jpg)

Deviantart 2000

No. 78411

File: 1457391102666.jpg (53.76 KB, 450x329, 0.jpg)


No. 78412

File: 1457391261376.jpg (127.14 KB, 640x426, 0.jpg)

for the brit fags

No. 78413

File: 1457391338513.jpg (107.53 KB, 460x345, 0.jpg)

>>78412

again for the brit fags who ever read JW's "Girls in____" books

No. 78416

>>78410
Anyone remember all those late 1990s geocities pages about video games?

All the crude gifs? Resurrecting Aeris "guides" etc?

No. 78417

anyone remember jupeboxgirl
she was nice

No. 78419


No. 78422

>>78401
I had these and I loved them so much.. I remember they had a line of them that were supposed to be Japanese, with super generic names. I think I had some foxes too.

No. 78425

>>78413
I'm still a little bitter that Ellie didn't stay mad at Magda tbh

No. 78426

>>78393
I remember they had DVDs for these and I was so emotionally invested that it was borderline crazy.

No. 78427

>>78289
YES! holy shit, I loved this show. Those live shows from the 2000s (TRL, Slime Time live, Fuse) were all so comfy

No. 78429

>>78425

The books were worse. I literally remember getting so pissed off at Nadline for calling Ellie everything under the sun while El had it worse.

Plus in the drama, Magda was kissing back tho. Fuckin bitch

No. 78431

File: 1457393597918.jpg (74.45 KB, 363x549, 2003.jpg)

>>78419
ahahha! I have a cover of this song on my spotify. I thought this was the nastiest song ever as a teenager.

i'm old. born 1985. so 90s is my early childhood, then I entered high school in 2000, so I will cherish both decades. If I can throw an opinion out there, the fashion of the 90s was better. I felt like fashion didnt have a clear direction in 00s, like everyone was trying to be from space/the future or something. then there is pic related lol

No. 78432

File: 1457393627348.jpg (57.25 KB, 600x400, d38696025fbce0c4ec855bfe415bc9…)


No. 78433

File: 1457393640243.jpg (31.83 KB, 275x264, heinz-ez-squirt-275.jpg)


No. 78435

File: 1457393825499.jpg (41.42 KB, 235x320, cp_oreoMD.jpg)

Am I the only one who remembers the Oreos that turned your milk blue? Or the poprocks oreos?

No. 78436

>>78433

omg i loved thisss

No. 78438

>>78383
Omg yes I loved this game. The dress-up and cake decorating was my favourite.

No. 78439

File: 1457394383589.jpg (45.35 KB, 335x500, The_Clique.jpg)


No. 78445


No. 78446

>>78433
My mom bought the green one as a kid and put it on my hotdogs and pretended they were zombie-hotdogs.

No. 78447

File: 1457395256589.jpg (18.46 KB, 250x351, 0.jpg)


No. 78448

>>78431
>born in 85
Sweet! Me too, anon. I enjoyed the hell out of the late 90s and early 2000s.

>that pic

Kelly Osbourne is such an ugly twat.

No. 78450

File: 1457395311716.jpg (48.66 KB, 451x411, 0.jpg)


No. 78451

>>78293
I freakin loved this series.

No. 78452

File: 1457395495267.jpg (268.75 KB, 640x815, 0.jpg)

mmm the marshmellow bits

No. 78453

File: 1457395537599.jpg (115.35 KB, 407x929, 0.jpg)


No. 78454

File: 1457395560399.jpg (44.96 KB, 500x500, 0.jpg)


No. 78455

File: 1457395600497.jpg (51.76 KB, 468x281, 0.jpg)


No. 78457

File: 1457395651667.gif (96.03 KB, 290x432, tumblr_mp2mvwrC5h1s53jffo9_400…)


No. 78458

File: 1457395654044.png (631.7 KB, 640x434, mock up_1.png)


No. 78459

File: 1457395746080.jpg (5.21 KB, 225x151, 0.jpg)

onky blocks they were yogurt and giant lego pieces so you gotta eat the yogurt before playing with them :)

No. 78461

File: 1457395804504.jpg (88.58 KB, 620x1033, MTI4ODM2MzUxMTQyNDA2Nzg3.jpg)

>>78431
oh god she is a hot mess. still is.

No. 78462

File: 1457395814180.jpg (161.66 KB, 620x620, 0.jpg)

for the brit fags

No. 78464

File: 1457395827802.jpg (107.58 KB, 620x603, 0.jpg)


No. 78466

File: 1457395852451.jpg (23.04 KB, 460x245, 0.jpg)


No. 78467

File: 1457395889560.jpg (148.6 KB, 950x534, Neopets-thumb.jpg)


No. 78469

File: 1457395938799.png (646.88 KB, 500x669, mock up_1.png)

british school dinner for ya

No. 78471

File: 1457395969174.jpg (40 KB, 313x480, 0.jpg)


No. 78472

File: 1457396015972.png (246.41 KB, 300x400, large.png)


No. 78473

File: 1457396023743.jpg (114.56 KB, 600x600, 0.jpg)


No. 78474

File: 1457396093580.jpg (61.75 KB, 300x422, raw-1296413389.jpg)


No. 78475

File: 1457396109879.jpg (30.68 KB, 468x286, 0.jpg)


No. 78476

File: 1457396239377.jpg (67.23 KB, 1024x768, 0.jpg)

>>78474

looking back i wanna puke at how gross they look now

No. 78477

File: 1457396296614.jpg (36.96 KB, 333x483, 0.jpg)


No. 78478

File: 1457396340920.jpg (156.77 KB, 1024x768, 0.jpg)


No. 78479

>>78144
I was born mid 1991 and am still more of a 2000's kid. Much more of that era is relevant to me now than the 90s. Honestly all I remember from the 90s are beepers, phone booths, light up nike's, boom boxes, not having to dial an area code to call someone (only 7 numbers), being able to fly without a passport overseas and some other things. The 2000s are what really stuck with me.

No. 78480

File: 1457396385207.jpg (33.02 KB, 660x510, 0.jpg)

@ brit fags

when u found these in ur crisps

No. 78481

>>78161
Lol I still remember when Dill was introduced and I was against it as a kid. Also when the kids met Susie

No. 78485

File: 1457396541282.jpg (102.56 KB, 800x600, 0.jpg)


No. 78489

File: 1457396592971.jpg (669.71 KB, 2400x1600, 0.jpg)

neva

No. 78491

File: 1457396616131.jpg (18.01 KB, 500x366, 0.jpg)

forget

No. 78492

File: 1457396649468.jpg (27.1 KB, 410x158, 0.jpg)


No. 78493

>>78480
>>78478
>>78485
>>78475
>>78469
ANON I NEVER ASKED FOR THESE FEELS

No. 78495

>>78493

IM SORRY OKAY

IM SORRY

No. 78496

As told by ginger was one of my fav shows of all time

No. 78497

File: 1457396924480.jpg (34.3 KB, 250x323, 0.jpg)


No. 78498

>>78496
urghh but fuck that bitch dodie, she was a cunt

No. 78504

File: 1457397103194.jpg (35.27 KB, 500x324, 0.jpg)

old maccy ds

No. 78509

File: 1457397265199.jpg (36.29 KB, 500x374, KoolAidJammers.jpg)

these things were the shit when they first came out

No. 78511

File: 1457397386312.jpg (43.34 KB, 1000x1000, IHRFd0w.jpg)

If you had a scooter you were a cool kid

No. 78513

>>78036
OMG this was my shit. I remember spending hours on everythinggirl.com and playing all the myscene games, watching webisodes and then I'd go to the Diva Starz site and play those games, then I went to Polly pocket and then Barbie and so on… Of course, I was crazy about Bratz as well but that wasn't everythinggirl. I still have my Bratz. I was a total girly girl, but I was also a tomboy.

No. 78514

>>78511

we all were

No. 78515

File: 1457397789222.jpg (60.38 KB, 300x300, 0.jpg)

everyone made such a fuss when they first came out

No. 78516

File: 1457397821257.jpg (36.84 KB, 460x460, 0.jpg)


No. 78519

File: 1457397889781.jpg (131.31 KB, 736x507, 0.jpg)

@ britfags


at ya local corner shop innit m8

No. 78520

File: 1457398020739.jpg (22.81 KB, 256x300, 0.jpg)


No. 78522

File: 1457398094547.jpg (89.25 KB, 827x519, 0.jpg)

wuvluvs

they gave birth

No. 78524

File: 1457398179050.jpg (391.72 KB, 1200x1200, high_school_cafeteria_lunch.jp…)

>>78448
yes! not alone lol

also I ate this like everyday for lunch for 2 years…smh

No. 78525

File: 1457398252384.jpg (27.18 KB, 510x362, hQ5B6iK.jpg)

>>78515
I raise you these monstrosities. My fave was grape because my elementary school taste buds craved that dull artificial Concord sweetness.

No. 78526

File: 1457398267975.jpg (53.21 KB, 1280x720, 0.jpg)

he wuz a boi

she wuz a girl

its pretty fuckin obvious duh

No. 78528

>>78526
I loved/hated her.

No. 78529

File: 1457398420038.png (98.98 KB, 470x313, mock up_1.png)

>>78528
>>78526

didnt mind her much until girlfriend came out

looking back its such a shitty message to girls

No. 78530

File: 1457398534683.jpg (18.33 KB, 480x360, 0.jpg)

hilary duff and hilary duff's 16th birthday island bash

i remember it was aired on disney channel, i was so so jelly of everyone who got to go cos it looked amazing at the time

No. 78531

File: 1457398614312.jpg (310.96 KB, 1023x672, 0.jpg)


No. 78533

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No. 78534

>>78526
>>78529
Guilty pleasure tbh. Her old music, I mean. And she also had a few fragrances that smelled really good.

No. 78535

File: 1457398928103.gif (709.33 KB, 245x195, hoedown.gif)

lol poor Ashlee

No. 78536

File: 1457398992667.jpeg (269.62 KB, 800x600, image.jpeg)

It's hard to find other people who liked W.I.T.C.H :/

No. 78541

File: 1457399432726.jpg (Spoiler Image, 641.57 KB, 2055x1155, a1OPeAF.jpg)

whoops

No. 78543

>>78536
Cornelia and Caleb really added to my unrealistic expectations of a relationship. It broke my kiddie heart when I realised I couldn't pick up some rebel boy and fight monsters

No. 78545

>>78476
These will be the things blamed for our cancer when we're sixty

No. 78546

>>78466
ngl I bought this as recently as last week (for a child but I still obviously ate most of it)

No. 78548

>>78458
Fuck, I put so much effort into this game. I wanted them to be so happy lmao.

>>78429
Oh my god, same. I was ready to kick both their fictional arses, especially when they didn't take the whole cheating thing seriously and pulled silly faces or something to get Ellie to forgive Magda. My head almost melted with rage.

No. 78551

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No. 78558

AOL Kids Radio! I used to listen to it every day while I played Neopets for an hour because my mom was brutal with the parental controls. Bonus Jonas Jesse McCartney interview. I never was on his dick as a young girl, but all my friends were.

>>78325
I owned The Dutchess and Monkey Business album and I used to blast them on my beat up handed down nail polish covered 90's barbie radio and reenact the actual videos with my WINX Club Flora as Fergie cause I thought they looked alike.

No. 78565

File: 1457401991186.gif (520.97 KB, 500x265, why would you even.gif)

>>78522
I HATED MINE. This shit was so scary to me as a kid, I used to hide it around the house cause I didn't have the heart to tell my mom I didn't want it and cry when she would put it back in my room before bed.

No. 78567

Why didn't J Lo ever get roasted for singing this bad?

No. 78571

>>78567
She is so genuinely untalented.I have no idea why she ever got big in the music industry.
And 2000s era or not, there's no excuse for that shitty makeup.

No. 78572

File: 1457404464875.jpg (41.91 KB, 600x259, Pimp-My-Ride-MTV.jpg)

>>78567
by the name of odin you opened the floodgates of the fucking atrocious music that the 00's consisted of.

Man this takes me back to when i was pre-teen and always had music channels on like MTV and VH1. No matter what ratshit was on i endured it cause didnt own a mp3/had internet + the musicvids were superfascinating.
Also pimp my ride n cribs lmao

No. 78573

File: 1457404851085.jpg (24.14 KB, 371x371, wonder-ball-12.jpg)

ONLY the Cartoon Network Wonder Ball because it had Powerpuff Girls.

No. 78575

BoA got me into K-pop. She tried to break into America way too early though. If only she waited a few years for the koreaboo uprising.

No. 78576

>>78575
Question: is this the same BoA that did the theme for Serial Experiments: Lain?

No. 78577

>>78576
There is only one BoA. She did a lot of anime themes actually and a lot of weebs don't know or realize she's Korean.

No. 78579


No. 78581

File: 1457406427311.jpg (38.06 KB, 225x321, haibane.jpg)

This was the last anime I physically went to the store to buy. then I fell off the whole anime thing for a while. and now a days I don't ever have to go to the store to buy anime.

No. 78587

File: 1457407275368.jpg (72.45 KB, 858x536, harrypotter_2968056k.jpg)

Babies.

No. 78589

File: 1457407367336.png (222.16 KB, 1024x768, AOL_Logged_Interface.PNG)


No. 78592

File: 1457407493147.jpg (80.54 KB, 608x361, dfg.jpg)


No. 78594

>>78589
NO DAD NO

No. 78598

>>78543
The series gave unrealistic expectations in general D: Will and Matt had such a cute relationship too.

No. 78600

>>78402
Aww! So cute! I vaguely remember those. What were they called again?

No. 78605

>>78600
sylvanian families

No. 78607

File: 1457410575223.gif (26.56 KB, 342x146, tumblr_o2usluhWAE1sunm0go1_400…)

Dumping all your older sister's Myspace graphics.

No. 78608

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No. 78609

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No. 78610

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No. 78613

File: 1457410759121.gif (56 KB, 299x241, princess11.gif)


No. 78619

File: 1457411784422.jpg (70.42 KB, 580x334, 8bP0SHK.jpg)

Remember when websites had guestbooks?

No. 78621

I remember friendster is a thing back then, and my elementary/junior high school friends are begging me to fill up their testimonials. looking back, we were cringy as hell…shivers

No. 78622

>>78621
I remember Xanga, before MySpace took off. Omg.

No. 78623

So deep…

No. 78624


No. 78625

>>78623
this fucking song at every single graduation in the early 2000s

No. 78628


No. 78632

>>78431
I don't think the fashions were that bad (lord knows the 90's had a fair share of ugly ones) but there were some I truly despised:

>babydoll waistlines

made everyone look pregnant
>layering
made everyone look frumpy. They they started making clothes thinner so A) Clothes would layer better and B) You HAD to layer.
>Smoky Eyes
I was SO happy when the UD Naked Palettes got people keen on neutral eye-looks, I'd been doing my eyeshadow that way for years since smoky eyes looked terrible on my skintone so the shift to earthy colors meant I was finally fashionable

No. 78633

File: 1457413758586.jpeg (118.84 KB, 640x587, image.jpeg)

I spent hours making dolls on here.

No. 78634

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>>78632
Fuck that groovy maternity top fashion. I remember when tunics over capri leggings were the hippest cool trend and these tops just got longer and even more like actual maternity tops.

No. 78635

>>78634
See, I'm skinny and my waist is my best trait. Those ugly maternity looking clothes eliminated my one good trait! I don't have the ass or titties to compensate, the really only looked good on skinny women with big boobs :(

No. 78636

>>78624
>>78628
I still jam to these tbh. I think I still have the single for Leave (Get Out) somewhere.

No. 78637

lollllll you're all faggots

No. 78640


No. 78641

File: 1457414949162.gif (31.09 KB, 160x121, 3245678.gif)


No. 78645

File: 1457416607337.jpg (38.96 KB, 400x241, libby lu group.jpg)

At the tender age of 8 my asshole best friend had a birthday party at Club Libby Lu where we dressed up like "Spice Girls" or painted baby hookers in bra tops and we danced to P!nk's Get the Party Started in front of the store for the whole mall to see.

not my pic but glad its censored

No. 78653

Retards.

No. 78662

>>78653
dude, why are you here? if you don't have anything to contribute, just shut up and don't ruin this thread.

anyway, remember when boyband was in the rage? this one song stuck with me, somehow.

No. 78666

>>78662
awwwwwwww, you're crying, "dude".

No. 78668

File: 1457434078615.jpg (126.43 KB, 360x570, enhanced-buzz-26507-1260217478…)

>>78632
Don't forget this frosted hair or whatever it's called. horrible horrible trend.

No. 78674

>>78645

Omg yeah, back when everyone had those shitty braids or crimpled hair. Britney spears inspired outfits…. yes anon. I remember.

No. 78675

>>78621

Lol friendster, xanga and hi5

dont forget piczo and bebo

No. 78676

>>78543

The comics were better tbh

No. 78677

>>78545

they will

i agree

No. 78678

>>78548

Oh you played dogz and catz too anon? same here! I loved it when they got preggo and the big heart popped up :D saying "ur dog is preggers"

made my heart swell when they would breast feed idk cos it was so cute



and yeah Magda and Nadline. They treated Ellie so fucking badly.

No. 78687

>>78668
yeah but justin timberlake's hair was on a whole other level and headed straight into ramen hair territory

No. 78690

>>78666
>>78653
>>78637
idk i get the idea that you were born after the rugrats movie
that's so sad

No. 78691

File: 1457444776000.jpg (76.05 KB, 600x309, none1124__700 (1).jpg)

>>78687
lol you're right, his hair really looked like ramen hair, uncooked!

No. 78694

File: 1457447178524.jpg (139.4 KB, 1200x781, maxresdefault.jpg)

The Olsen sisters were MY LIFE

No. 78695

File: 1457447274874.jpg (21.94 KB, 236x348, 2d911ba6f2b2cfa5fc84d13061282a…)

I had all their books

No. 78696

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No. 78697

File: 1457452080139.jpg (121.33 KB, 646x1000, zenon-girl-of-the-21st-century…)

zoom zoom zoom
you make my heart go boom boom

No. 78698

File: 1457452396911.jpg (23.49 KB, 300x224, $_35.JPG)

i loved this magazine so much but it seems to be mainly forgotten. i don't know anyone but me who read it. i think it lasted a few years and was supposed to be the girl counterpart to the american shounen jump import.

it was like half magazine, half shoujo manga translations and i am pretty sure it's the first place i read parakiss.

No. 78702

>>78697
this shit was ridiculous omg

No. 78745

>>78702
ngl i am mildly disappointed that we all didn't start wearing holographic/reflective plastic as clothes when it became 2001.

No. 78746

>>78702
I would also like to point out how great it is that this guy is randomly holding a guitar when there's absolutely no guitar in the song.

No. 78747

File: 1457463912861.png (339.87 KB, 555x459, Spidey.png)

Pro Skater 2

No. 78748

File: 1457464480119.jpg (38.59 KB, 263x382, KatamariDamacy.jpg)

I couldn't figure out if I was doing good or not. but it was ridiculous fun.

No. 78750

These kids were the real weeaboos.

No. 78751

File: 1457465056455.jpg (40.95 KB, 256x475, forreal.jpg)

>>78750
ahead of his time

this made my day

No. 78753

>>78750
I remember how badly I wanted to learn how to dance like this for con raves when I was a kid.
what was it called again? something shuffle?

No. 78754

File: 1457465776820.jpg (27.58 KB, 322x450, popcorn-shirt.jpg)

Itchy ass Popcorn/Scrunchie/Bubble crop tops. Seems like everyone had the halter neck but I had the tube version.

No. 78755

>>78043
OH MAN I HAD THAT ONE

No. 78756

>>78581
Haibane Renmei is still my favorite anime

No. 78757

>>78753
Melbourne/Hardstyle Shuffle. LMFAO-tier shutter shade wearing 'partyboyz' brought it back shortly a few years ago with Party Rock and Sexy and I Know It.
I think weebs were attracted to it because of the Tenjou Tenge OP and DDR.

No. 78760

File: 1457466315682.jpg (19.1 KB, 468x556, 963f089303ae15294a6d0761e576d2…)

These cereal spoons that were too small and flexible to actually use.

No. 78764

WE'RE THE KIDS

No. 78766

>>77531
Makes me think of Ninja Sex Party.

No. 78767

>>78745
Me too…

>>78746
I love that his name is PROTOZOA.

No. 78768

>>77774
I feel the same way, Anon…

No. 78770

>>78760
did anyone else have those mulan cereal spoons that were spoons on one end and chopsticks on the other?

No. 78771

>>78698
I still have a few copies of Smile. At the time these came out the translation of Sailor Moon Stars came out in the US and it was my only way of reading it. I remember the only places I could find copies were at Sun-cost and Hot Topic.

No. 78772

>>78771
I had to check them out from the library lol. The librarians knew me as that weird kid who was always requesting Sailor Moon from the interlibrary loan.

No. 78799


No. 78801

Nowadays people are so prude (not sure if it's the right word). Today people get all offended and call you slutty for wearing a short skirt when in the 00's we were wearing pants so low you could see our ass with tiny tube tops and nobody cared.


>>78058
This was hard to watch.

No. 78802

File: 1457474280402.jpg (74.06 KB, 303x450, 462684.jpg)


No. 78809

Why am I crying??

No. 78813

>>78576
>>78577
Actually no, anon. The band boa did the lain theme, they're not even asian. While BoA the pop singer did a few things like one of the inuyasha endings. not that much though.

No. 78815

>>78567
>>78571
>>78572
she's like a poormans mariah carey.

No. 78817

File: 1457475729522.jpg (94.15 KB, 844x601, rip.JPG)

Does anyone else remember Iconator?

No. 78819

File: 1457476402075.png (364.3 KB, 513x534, girlsense-grab.png)

This is a good website if you're nostalgic for 90s/early 2000s internet especially shitty Geocities pages:
http://blog.geocities.institute/
http://oneterabyteofkilobyteage.tumblr.com/

Does anyone remember Girlsense/Kiddonet? It devoured my elementary-school life.

No. 78825

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>>78815
This is literally the only thing I remember JLo for.

No. 78826

>>78043
I MISS MY HAMHAM HOUSE

No. 78830

File: 1457478136396.jpg (186.19 KB, 1025x1024, mix cd.jpg)

(To avoid flooding the thread with single YT posts) 1999-2008

A*Teens- Bouncing Off The Ceiling // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHbUuf1Ex7Y
Amerie- 1 Thing // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbqVg_23otg
Yellowcard- Ocean Avenue // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9fLbfzCqWw
Ja Rule & Ashanti- Always On Time // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tcDXJfAFVw
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus- Face Down // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ux6SlOE9Qk
Hellogoodbye- Here (In Your Arms) // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSAECj0GXWQ
Akon- Go Bananza // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9w9mQx7MN4
Secondhand Serenade- Fall For You // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEXDDyb6t2o
Pretty Ricky- Grind With Me // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdJtw7vS1E8
Blu Cantrell- Hit 'Em Up Style // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMOKlXfXn50
Stacie Orrico- Gotta Be More To Life // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MvzgefsfKE
The Used- Smother Me // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kViQxH1v9v0
Jimmy Eat World- The Middle // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKsxPW6i3pM
Shaggy- Wasn't Me // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2g5Hz17C4is
City High- What Would You Do? // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LahcSFleKm8
Nelly & Kelly- Dilemma // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WYHDfJDPDc
Simple Plan- (Sorry I Can't Be) Perfect // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUi54JTgL5s
Pussycat Dolls & Snoop Dogg- Buttons // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCLxJd1d84s
Ingrid Michaelson- The Way I Am // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJOzdLwvTHA
Christina Milian- Dip It Low // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z5Mvyp1QHw

No. 78832

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>>78830
I wish I could find a better example than this, but regardless, does anyone else here remember changing their AOL messenger theme all the damn time?

No. 78836

>>78384
oh god I can hear the sound the parrot made in my head

No. 78839


No. 78841

>>78836

"hey skippuh can you answer tha phone?"

No. 78873

>>78567
Is this considered bad singing? It just sounds average and uninspired, but not ear-bleeding.

No. 78875

>>78832
I miss AIM so much and customizing my backdrops.

No. 78877

>>78027
Right in the feels. I played neopets for over five years… seeing it go to shit now breaks my heart.

No. 78892

>>78877
I was there in like 2000 and remember how closely the Neopets team interacted with the users. I freaked out when Donna did an AMA recently lol.

No. 78901

File: 1457489679142.gif (94.98 KB, 550x371, 13443513.gif)

>>78892

bobba

No. 78902

File: 1457489792161.jpg (83.32 KB, 804x503, 0.jpg)

imvu

No. 78903

>>78027
Oh the nostalgia

>hunting for cool usuls at the usuki store

>buying shitty furniture and getting excited to put it in your home

No. 78904

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No. 78905

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No. 78906

File: 1457490016194.jpg (109.88 KB, 800x600, 5xWtbBK.jpg)

woohoo time

No. 78907

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No. 78908

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No. 78909

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No. 78913

File: 1457490411014.jpg (15.54 KB, 480x360, 0.jpg)

sims 2 emo luv storeh xo

boy meets emo girl

both emo <3

girl or guy cheats

one wants to kill themselves

dies -

sad emo sim

kills self


<3 luv storeh

No. 78916

early youtube days there was this singer 1st lady and she used to make these love songs

she had a high ass voice

no one knows who she was

No. 78917

>>78906
Woohoo wasn't really a thing until 2 came out, though… as far as I remember.

I'm still playing sims 2 and seeing 4 now, I remember I waited anxiously for all the sims 2 EPs to come out. It makes me feel old, because it's still such a fun game and I love it so much.

Glad there's still a pretty big tumblr simmer community.

No. 78918

>>78916
>I wanna marry you and I wanna have your kids

No. 78919

>>78918

it was 2006 i thought that shit was cute

No. 78922

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>>78918
Still better than Utada lol

you're easy breezy and I'm japanesey

No. 78924

>>78922
Hahaha I remember that song, it's pretty cringy when I heard it back then. OT but, Utada should just stay in Japan tbh, her Japanese releases are far more superior than the English ones.

No. 78927

>>78924
Her English stuff always sounded very translated-from-Japanese anyway lol. She just can't write lyrics in English.I still love Hikari despite never even playing Kingdom Hearts.

No. 78938

File: 1457497003010.jpg (8.03 KB, 183x275, imgres.jpg)

>>78922
In a very, very contrived way those lyrics could make sense but it's just not appealing… at all… There's also gems like:

>Like Captain Picard

>I'm chillin' and flossin'

I loved Ultra Blue was hoping she'd keep up with that, but her voice just doesn't deliver any emotion when she sings in English and her trying to sound sexy comes off like a very sheepish-mid edge-y phase Knives Chau trying way too hard.

No. 78945

File: 1457500032214.jpg (11.91 KB, 424x394, 1401751010354.jpg)

Jesus Christ, I want to go back to the 90's so bad… I want to go back to a time before the war on terror. I want to go back to a time before the internet was so widespread. I want to go back to a time before Facebook. I want to go back to a time before smartphones and texting. I want go back to a time before reality tv. I want to back to a time before the economy crashed. I want to go back to a time before our culture underwent a coup by corporate America. I want to go back to a time when our politics wasn't so toxic and divisive. I want to go back to the 90's where things were, although not perfect, so much simpler than today.

No. 78947

>>78799
No shit, I was singing this song in the shower this morning.

No. 78959

>>78875
AIM was lightweight and visually unobtrusive so it was easy to keep in the corner while you did whatever else on your main browser.

Skype and Facebook chat absolutely suck by comparison, I hate switching tabs or having that big-ass menu up in my face and the pop up notifications don't work for me.

Wish people still used instant messaging.

No. 78970

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>>78817
YES! Yes anon, absolutely I do. I remember getting all my 'avatars' from there.

I still have some saved on my computer.

No. 78972

File: 1457506189249.jpg (44.48 KB, 480x360, hqdefault.jpg)

wipes tears from eyes

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No. 78979

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No. 78980

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No. 78981

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No. 78982

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No. 78983

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No. 78984

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No. 78986

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No. 78987

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No. 78988

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No. 78989

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No. 78990

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No. 78991

File: 1457509283824.jpg (224.27 KB, 761x426, ww5.jpg)

>I know it came out in the 90s but I watched this movie religiously all throughout the early 2000s

No. 78992

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No. 78994

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No. 78996

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No. 78997

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No. 78998

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No. 78999

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No. 79000

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No. 79001

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No. 79002

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No. 79004

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No. 79005

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No. 79006

The best part about the 2000's is that the stupid big asses and fake lips trend hadn't taken hold yet. Like, the famous people actually looked like human beings. I hate how every celebrity that is average or skinny without implants gets shit on these days.

No. 79007

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No. 79008

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No. 79009

>>78984
Oh fuck, I remember that. I know I'm gonna hate it if I rewatch it though….

No. 79010

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No. 79011

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No. 79012

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No. 79013

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No. 79014

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Sorry for the mini-dump, guys. I really miss my childhood.

No. 79023

mom!! Aiden cut me in half again

No. 79053

>>78567
There's something so sad about 2000s RnB. I don't know what it is, it just always made me feel sad.

No. 79066

File: 1457521634084.jpg (38.03 KB, 302x307, 89d2b0de1c33964b42a11f23b8b2da…)

>>78300
Shiiit, I remember pestering my parents to buy me this, but they never did. To be fair, I probably would have only used it twice and then got bored.
Did anyone own one? Did they actually work or did it look like shit in real life?

No. 79110

>>79066
It's good for first playstation.

No. 79167

File: 1457546542270.jpg (78.39 KB, 640x908, 55264_front.jpg)

I LOVED this game. I still have it actually.

No. 79169

File: 1457546796709.jpg (27.17 KB, 258x320, 51EZWXKCG0L._AC_UL320_SR258,32…)

>>79167
hahaha me too, i love most of barbie's game for girls and still playing it sometimes for old times sake, especially the detective series. so fun~

No. 79176

So bad it's good

No. 79177

File: 1457548042345.jpg (5.9 KB, 300x248, s-l300.jpg)

These earrings in all the holes your best friend safety-pin pierced for you.

No. 79180

File: 1457548292003.jpg (55.84 KB, 425x426, 61JrLuZ1U0L._SX425_.jpg)

>>79169
This was the best one tho

No. 79202

>>77990
Holy crap, YES. We had a box full of cd-roms in our school's computer lab and this was the one that everyone would fight over when we had free time.

No. 79206

File: 1457552931152.jpeg (24.29 KB, 512x512, TIlCaK_k.jpeg)

>>79110
I meant the rainbow art pen thing in the quoted post, I already know the MK&A horse game was the shit.

Pic related for the Britfags.

No. 79209

>>79066
My sister and I were legit obsessed with this game. I thought it was the shit you could make the prettiest horses and the cross country tracks and free ride areas were so great, ive been trying to track this down for years

No. 79221

>>79180
Oh god I'd forgotten this but now I can hear it
The tunnel of love was great

No. 79225

File: 1457558395005.gif (995.71 KB, 350x342, she thinks so too.gif)


No. 79259

File: 1457563325116.png (269.02 KB, 497x340, xanga-profile-picture.png)

>>78525
God, I can still taste the Lemonade one.

'Born in 88. Lived on the internet since like 1998, early message boards, the young, young days of LiveJournal. Always having AIM up with some dipshit lyrical away message. All of those amazing Disney Channel original movies.

Best emo started when I was a junior in high school, like 2005ish? No shitty hair dye, no shit tattoos, just good hair, black tshirts and skinny jeans, dem boys were cute.

>>78799
I still yell "WHERE R U? AND IM SO SORRY"

Don't forget about your Xanga, anon.

No. 79269

File: 1457566642596.jpg (681.05 KB, 1192x1194, harem_characters-1.jpg)

Who could forgot the great harem anime apocalypse. Dark times.

No. 79276

>>79001
the costumes in this movie are literally my mori inspiration.
it just sucks that the plot was so insipid.

YOU HAD IMMORTALITY AND YOU GAVE IT UP
HONESTLY YOU'RE LUCKY YOU DIED BECAUSE IT WOULD HAVE BEEN WEIRD HOOKING UP WITH YOUR ADOLESCENT BF WHILE YOU'RE EIGHTY YEARS OLD

No. 79286

File: 1457568919974.jpg (24.39 KB, 300x300, img-thing.jpg)

back when lip gloss was life

No. 79293

>>79225
lololol Mariah, so sassy! No wonder she's the queen of shade

>>79286
Never seen these before, but the packaging's color…not my favorite indeed.

No. 79294

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No. 79295

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No. 79296

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No. 79297

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No. 79298

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No. 79299

>>79298
I've always wondered how these were supposed to work
Surely someone could break it open

No. 79303

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No. 79304

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No. 79319

I want to go back :(

No. 79329

>>79286

These were so overrated

No. 79332

GO TO COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITYYY

GET A REAL JOB THATS WOT THEY SAID TO ME

No. 79333

miss old punk rock :(

No. 79334

really i do

No. 79335


No. 79336

>>79013
Man I love lava lamps and I never even had one back then. I'd love to get one now except I've read they can overheat easily and break p quickly :(

No. 79340

>>78817
oh my god iconator! me and my best friend used to spend so much time looking for the perfect aim icon. i also used to start shit with people in the comments all the time, lmao. i honed my shitposting skills there!

No. 79347

File: 1457575680832.png (633.3 KB, 717x534, petshopgame.png)

did anyone else spend hours playing fisher price pet shop game

No. 79362

>>79347
if you owned a pet shop, tell me, what would you do
would you fill it with cuddly critters, like a wonderful, wacky zoo

No. 79363

>>79294
same 10 bracelets and skirt over jeans

No. 79364

File: 1457578319660.jpg (131.37 KB, 500x620, rarkCyy[1].jpg)

http://imgur.com/a/z6tkS

not exactly 00s nostalgia but you get the idea

pic related, this my shit, my shit, as they say

No. 79369

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No. 79371

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No. 79372

File: 1457580120302.jpg (179.09 KB, 634x1024, 2005 Teen Choice Awards uMPMix…)

Jessica Alba, not you too!

No. 79373

File: 1457580209913.jpg (23.71 KB, 406x531, LET ME SEE THAT THONG.jpg)

If you were luck enough to forget about intentional whale tails, sorry.

No. 79405

Anyone else watch "The Worst Witch"?

No. 79407

I thought this was such deep music lol

No. 79409

>>79373
Please no

No. 79413

>>78565
If I am ever a mom, I am totally going to do this.

Buy weird shit for my kids.

I know my mom did this. She would always buy stuff she liked or she thought was cute. I could specifically ask for something, I would only get it if she liked it too.[

No. 79420

>>78536
oh gurl.
I'm with you. Although I was more into the comics because I i think you needed some kind of pay tv to watch the cartoon.
WITCH will forever hold a place in my heart.

No. 79466

>>78922
I actually fucking loved this album lol

No. 79566

>>78480
I still have a tube FULL of these

No. 79569

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No. 79570


No. 79593

Ancient flashes like Trogdor

Demented Cartoon Movie- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/demented
End of the World- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/end
Kikkoman- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/kikkoman-e
Schfifty Five- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/schfiftyfive
Ultimate Showdown- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/showdown
Peanut Butter Jelly Time- http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/banana
American Idol Numa Numa- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BE3DNJHWFSo


And l4ppyloops is a dead website now, but those old flash loop sites with little ten second loops like the DBZ guy doing a SHOOP DA WOOP with DMX's Where Da Hood At.

No. 79594

memes are dead

No. 79600

File: 1457638182162.gif (931.7 KB, 320x240, yqmSX7h.gif)

In old forums this was at least one person's signature or icon in every thread.

No. 79666

>>79569
I just watched this last night.

God, anne hathaway's character is such a dumb brat.

No. 80180

>>77796
just coz u watched this in britain doesn't mean it's strictly from there, im from aus and i remember this shit

No. 80182

>>77801
too much

No. 80184

>>80180

i didnt know it was on in aus tho? plus it WAS made in england lol

forgot about you aussies

soz

No. 80186

>>77796
yo speaking of Jacqueline Wilson's works, anyone remember the Girls TV show? That Ellie, Magda, Nadine one

No. 80187

>>80184
yeh but we got all your tv show for some reason idk

No. 80188

>>80184
also it's okay everyone does

No. 80189

>>80186

Yeah they're on youtube, I still hate magda tho and Nadine was a right cunt in the books.

No. 80190

>>78402
Never even knew of those but woah what cuties!! I love those little collectible animals in general, but these are super fucking cute

No. 80191

>>80186

Also they made "Best Friends" too based off the book JW wrote in 2004

No. 80192

and Double Act with the twins

No. 80193

and tracy beaker obv

No. 80205

>>79332
>>79333
>>79334
>>79335

when I was an edgy teen, admitting to listening to these was pretty much guaranteed to make you lose your punk rock street cred, since the only "legit" thing you could listen to was Sex Pistols and underground stuff.
And last year I went on tumblr, to accidentally find out edgy teens nowadays think this is the only legit, real punk rock and listening to these bands makes you hardcore…

No. 80240

>>80205

oh dear…

someone tell them 2003 is over

No. 80274

File: 1457835466151.jpg (76.28 KB, 500x772, 1999-Weetos-Pound-Piggies.jpg)

>>80240

@ Britfags

1999/2000

anyone remember getting these in their weetos (if you had em) ??

No. 80275

File: 1457835515695.jpg (21.93 KB, 394x300, 1999-Weetos-Pound-Piggies.jpg)

and pocket dragons

No. 80276

File: 1457835780533.jpg (86.95 KB, 625x415, 1999-Weetos-Pound-Piggies.jpg)

>>80275

cos busted were dreamy

No. 80277

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No. 80278

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No. 80279

File: 1457835998652.jpg (26.61 KB, 300x360, 1999-Weetos-Pound-Piggies.jpg)

absolute fab magazine in high school

No. 80283

What's Her Face?

No. 80285

File: 1457837769362.jpg (28.47 KB, 456x500, blinkies-toy.jpg)


No. 80287

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No. 80288

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No. 80289

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No. 80290

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Before it was discontinued this had a stupid My Life Me-tier manga in the back that I tore out and stapled into a book.

No. 80311

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The weekends

No. 80313

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xiaolin showdown was the shit, when it was still airing on cartoon network

No. 80314

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No. 80321

>>80314
I had an irrational hatred for this shit in school for some reason

No. 80377

>>80283

jesus i forgot about these… fucking scary

No. 80388

This game. I spent hours and hours playing it, especially in the kitchen where there's the magic table and when you click on it the food changes hnnng.
But now the cd doesn't work anymore and I can't find this game ANYWHERE I can't find a single working download link. I guess it's gone forever… Mmm whatcha say playing in the background

No. 80395

>>78819
I actually won an ipod off girlsense , I was a well known popular artist on the site smh

No. 80445

File: 1457898739743.jpg (34.07 KB, 468x340, 813148.jpg)

In Norway we had a subscription club thing called Pennyklubben were we got a box of books, games, stickers and horse related stuff every month. It was awesome. Actually it's still a thing. https://lp.pennyfriends.no/spring-2016/?c=105

No. 80468

File: 1457903106768.jpg (135.35 KB, 800x536, beyblades.jpg)

I have scars all over my ankles from my older brother shooting his spiked metal ones at me.

No. 80490

>>80311
*The weekenders anon

No. 80522

>>80468
It was priceless when the stuck up kid who owned only original Beyblades challenged you, and then you smirked while taking from your backpack the chinese Beyblades who were 5x times bigger and completely made of strong and deadly chinese steel with spikes all over it

No. 80544

>>80522
Its a good thing I had both of them so I could still brag about my real blades, poorfag.

No. 80545

>>80522
I wasn't into Beyblades myself, but knowing now that bigger ones existed I'm glad my asshole brother only had the original ones.

No. 80562

>>80468

I remember poorfag friends and me played with mock-up ones that came as bonus in fries bags.

No. 80796

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>>78335
Even in 2016 this song still pops up in my head out of nowhere. It's never going to die.

>>79298
>>79299
I fucking LUSTED after this thing and thought it was SO COOL when I saw the commercial. I got it for Christmas (the actual diary inside of it was a really thin little cheap ass booklet) and yeah, you could just rip it open and close it again. The password recognition surprisingly worked but the lock did shit.

>>80274
I'm not a britfag but we had these and for some reason all I got was that yellow one with brown spots.

>>80205
oh my god

>>78057
I liked the mermaid Barbie with the tail that would change colour (cold water -> blue, warm water -> red) and you could squeeze her tail to make bubbles come out of her crown. But on the other hand it was pretty lame that you couldn't pose her or dress her up in nice clothes because of the goddamn tail. She had nice hair though.

No. 80797

DARRIN'S DANCE GROOOOOVES

No. 80822

>>80796
I had this barbie and I loved her! Too bad barbie is ruined now by the sjws.

No. 80825

>>80205
this.. this can't be real, right?

I remember being 10/11 years old and listening to good charlotte and green day and thinking I was sooo punk… meanwhile, my older brothers ripped me to shreds until I started listening to shit like op ivy and the addicts just so they wouldn't bully me.

Can't believe this is what's considered 'punk' now.

punk is dead

No. 80826

>>80314
BETWEEN THE MOTHAFUCKIN LIONS NIGGAAAAAAA

No. 80849

File: 1458009097129.jpg (23.82 KB, 570x374, o-GHOST-WORLD-570.jpg)

>>78402
You can still get these babies at Target.
They start at 8 dollars and go up into the 50's.

No. 80850

>>79298
This was such a cool idea but then you could literally say anything with the same number of syllables and it would open, or yeah, pull it open.

>>79335
>>79334
>>79333
I would fucking miss this stuff more if Kerrang, smaller rock radio stations and alternative nightclubs still didn't play the exact same tracks every day.
My blood curdles at the first bar of In Too Deep or Rock Show now. It's like only five songs were made in the early 2000s and nothing else since then.

No. 80857

>>78622
there was a student teacher at my middle school that posted homework assignments on xanga…… then some girl made a Gossip Girl type account for the school

that shit was so cringy

>>78668
I'm silently biding my time until frosted tips become trendy again.

No. 80864

>>78750
Melbourne shuffle!
I used to try desperately in high school to dance like that. I've always had a special place in my heart for shuffle compilations. It's especially weebtastic when paired with nightcore music.

No. 80865


No. 80870

>>80849
$50? Damn that's a lot, but eh I guess it's justifiable when they're so cute. Do you know if Walmart has them too? Target's pulled out of the country a while back

No. 80948

>>80544
>"poorfag"
>being this dumb
I had two original beyblades, they didn't cost that much

No. 81212

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No. 81213

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No. 81219

>>80870
I live in the states and have only ever seen them in Target and Toys'R'Us.

No. 81254

>>78431
1985 kid here! We are not alone XD

No. 81261

>>80290
oh yes, we had a version of this mag in Czech too XD
the Evolution from girl to woman went Cosmo girl -> Cosmopolitan XD

No. 81262

File: 1458123322107.jpg (52.59 KB, 460x215, header.jpg)

has anyone been playing the Fatty Bear´s birthday surprise? I loved that game so much XD

No. 81273

>>81254
>>81261
>>81262
>XDDDDDDD
Please stop

No. 81326

>>81262
I loved that game so, so much! Were there ever any other games with that character? It's so nostalgic…

No. 82496

weird to be right in between gen xers who miss the early 2000's because they think it was a cool thing and millennials who are 2 young to know that it sucked

No. 82502

>>78205
used to spend HOURS playing the candyland one holy shit!! i remember the game where you could customize the ice cream dress.

No. 82506

>>80445
this was in america too! i was subscribed for years and had all the starshine games and adored it

No. 82539

>>80445
Omg, I had that when I was like 10 or smth
I was obsessed with horses too so haha ha ha

No. 82816

File: 1458653482701.jpg (22.32 KB, 235x314, just-17.jpg)

>>80279
I'm so sad I threw all my girls mags out. I had piles and piles all over my room

No. 82818

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I was obsessed with this show holy shit

No. 82819

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>>82818
I also realised my crush on Jemima Rooper has lasted pretty much my entire life

No. 82830

>>79286
Rememeber the ones which had the crystal on top of the cap? I fucking collected them purely for that. Bubblegum one was so bomb.

No. 82956

YOU MAKE ME WANNA
YOU MAKE ME WANNA
SCREEAAAM

No. 82963

File: 1458706748320.jpg (173.44 KB, 625x469, 1394213292-13.jpg)

I remember when a friend got comcast b4 me and they showed me degrassi and i got hooked lol

No. 82964

File: 1458707226258.jpg (98.11 KB, 1100x1100, marijuana-leaf.jpg)

2000 was the year I tried marijuana for the first time. It was the end of one era, and beginning of the next.

No. 82965

>>82956
2004 me hated Ashlee Simpson so much lol

No. 82967

>>80796
>>80822
I had that Barbie too!
How is she ruined by the SJWs? I still see them being almost same as ever.

No. 82969

>>82963
Degrassi sucks so much now. I watched it for an embarrassingly long time. I still read episode descriptions ans spoilers but it's all so blah, I miss it.
Netflix picked it up apparently so maybe they'll do a better job.

No. 83096

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I had a few of these, some originals but most were cheap ones from the chinese store. I remember when my dad bought me a really pretty blue one from Toys R Us. Felt so guilty afterwards lol

No. 83105

>>83096
I stole a Gigapet from this really nice religious girl in middle school. I still feel kinda bad about it.

No. 83111

File: 1458806919646.jpg (63.01 KB, 570x473, bolt.jpg)

This may be more 90's but I remember having a profile back in the early 2000's.

No. 83113

>>83096
oooh i have a white one, it's chicken pet iirc. my brother though, he got dinosaurs as his pet and i remember feeling sooo jealous, because i love dinosaurs more than chicken, lol

No. 83115

File: 1458811792442.jpg (23.87 KB, 620x185, Tokyopop_Logo.jpg)

im not into manga and anime as much as i used to be, and tbh tokyopop as a company sucked but they were responsible for introducing a lot of people to manga and anime

No. 83116

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also this terrible site

No. 83120

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This game was the highlight of using the computers in primary school.

No. 83121

>>78587
Ron looks beat.

No. 83122

File: 1458823575318.jpg (10.62 KB, 275x183, norn.jpg)

Did anyone play Creatures? I remember not understanding what I was doing at all and them just dying.

No. 83136

>>83122
Only Creatures Playground. Still remember all the yummy food and those noises they made. Kind of feel like reinstalling it now.

No. 83139

>>83120
Haha, yes! My old school had a computer class, where we basically just played computer games the whole period. I loved when we got to play Zoombinis. The pizza round was always my favorite.

No. 83170

>>83120
FUCK YES

I've literally broken a computer trying to get it to play this for nostalgia's sake

No. 83181

>>83116
Hah the fucking Palace. I spent a lot of time making just the right avatars to hang out in rooms with.

No. 83182

>>83122
I played Creatures 3. My entire playtime was just spent warding off Grendels and trying to figure out ways to nuke their spawning ground.

No. 83188

>>83116
OMG. I spent so much time on this making my own avatars. Remember those creepy people who used to pretend to be babies and ask to be adopted?

Also I made amazing friends, some of whom I still talk to ❤

No. 83194

File: 1458853267419.jpg (486.88 KB, 500x236, zsCQ1Sq.jpg)

>>77347
Sugar rush

No. 83195

File: 1458853360498.jpg (26.71 KB, 233x330, 9ryhnNq.jpg)

>>77347
Elle Girl UK

No. 83197

>>79405
Yesss this was the shit before HP.

No. 83199

>>83122
HOLY SHIT YES! I had a bunch of them. I loved exploring the map and messing with the environment but my norns would undeniably always die in some far-off corner because they got trapped in an underwater bunker with like 20 bees or something.

No. 83200

>>78830
What's up with the shitty archive website? I can't watch any of those videos.

No. 83208

File: 1458860215422.gif (499.73 KB, 485x227, tumblr_lpvqs5lfjg1qmy72oo1_500…)

>>83194

Fucking LOVED this show, and amusingly when I showed it to my partner he loved it too.

I thought the entire cast was great, and the antics between the characters of Nathan and Stella legit had me howling at points. Olivia Hallin an was fucking gorgeous as Kim and Lenora Crichlow's portrayal of Sugar legit brought out my latent homosexual desires.

And that fucking episode where Stella steals Kim's jeans and infects the entire house and Sugar with crabs kek, and the one with that French prick as well.

Also can't believe that that dweeb Andrew Garfield went on to become Spiderman lel

No. 83209

File: 1458860810137.jpg (34.16 KB, 393x554, ff6012d97ad904394c78b2860c8e2a…)

>>83195

I keep forgetting Peaches is kill.

I used to really dig Pixie's heroin chic style in like 2008-2010.
The entirety of 2000 to 2010 was so fucking glamorous and trashy and laden with eating disorders and random celebs being caught with half a baggie of coke up their nostril and weird, new emerging fashions, it really was a defining period for me as a late-teen.

I want the "Skins" era back guys. Any other Britfags know what I mean?

No. 83210

>>78331
Me too anon, me too.

No. 83234

>>83209
I don't recall that lasting all the way to 2010, probably 2008 at the latest

No. 83239

File: 1458883637116.gif (16.39 KB, 513x366, yahooligans.gif)


No. 83258

>>83234

Well that image of Pixie is from June 2009.

No. 83259

>>83258
>The entirety of 2000 to 2010 was so fucking glamorous and trashy and laden with eating disorders and random celebs being caught with half a baggie of coke up their nostril and weird

More than just a pixie cut was mentioned. People still get that haircut now. The whole "we're gonna be famous primarily for being anorexic coke heads" wasn't as popular around 2010 as it was back then.

No. 83288

>>83259

The pixie cut exploded in popularity between 2006 - 2010 though. I remember it pretty distinctly.

No. 83293

File: 1458928686275.png (421.64 KB, 535x674, emma_watson_.png)

>>83234
The pixie cut was popular for a while. I think Emma Watson made it popular again in 2011. And even Anne Hathaway did it not too many years ago.

Also, that cutie who plays Snow from Once upon a Time sports a pixie cut.

No. 83295

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>>83209
>Skins era
(loved that series btw)
Totally. Pixie cuts are cute as fuck on really thin women/petite women.

No. 83328

>>83295
I still prefer the series 1/2 cast
Bill Bailey and Peter Capaldi as dads too

No. 83411

File: 1458988460587.jpg (17.58 KB, 225x190, sydney.jpg)

Does anyone remember Micro Babies?

No. 83412

>>83411
ha, I had one and I kept poking its mouth button to make the drinking noises.

No. 83413

File: 1458989382132.png (199.33 KB, 250x355, Muppets_Party_Cruise_Coverart.…)

This game was my childhood.

No. 83414

File: 1458989531429.jpg (80.5 KB, 1038x576, P79-Freefonix-1038x576.jpg)

Also please tell me I'm not the only britfag that was obsessed with Freefonix even though looking back it was super cringey and tryhard.

No. 83438

>>83414
I was so into this. Even though they repeated the same episode about a hundred times, I still never changed the channel when it was on.

>>83194
>>83208
This was such a good show. I wouldn't even be opposed to them doing a new series tbh. Bring back Sugar and Kim though

No. 83439

>>83259
>>83288
>>83293
I think >>83209 and >>83258 were referring to Pixie Geldof and not the pixie cut, which has been around for ages and is named after pixies (as in fairies), not her.

No. 83444

File: 1459004696404.jpg (81.91 KB, 634x438, article-1390842-0C1DC451000005…)

Mary-Kate and Ashley had a clothing line at Asda, I had some amazing patchwork flared jeans from there.

No. 83445

File: 1459004824027.jpg (89.51 KB, 500x332, 23a810813590488296653bd2f0fda3…)

Used to keep these in a little drawstring persil bag, I told everyone at school I had sharky but I kept it at home cos it was too rare (I didn't)

No. 83446

File: 1459007212900.jpg (492.6 KB, 1537x1200, dw11627-mighty-beanz-over-50-j…)

Does anyone remember Mighty Beanz? These were marketed towards boys but I still played with them.

No. 83454

>>83414
Holy crap I was just thinking about this yesterday

No. 83467

>>83446
Oh yeah i had a few of those

No. 83469

File: 1459018705983.jpg (40.8 KB, 300x300, Tinkerbell-Cosmetics.jpg)

My first makeup

No. 83470

File: 1459018759114.jpg (8.75 KB, 236x236, Lip-Rageous.jpg)

I would get these out of machines at the mall in like 2003.

No. 83471

File: 1459018822518.jpg (91.01 KB, 600x400, bathnbodyworksartstuff.jpg)

Necessary in middle school in 2001.

No. 83472

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No. 83474

>>83471
That's so cute, I want some

No. 83499

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No. 83522

>>83454
I'm so happy that there are other people who were into it - the only other person I could find that remembered it's existence was some genderspecial on Tumblr who was making a comic that racebended a bunch of the white characters.

Also Mantyz were the coolest.

No. 83527

File: 1459037491655.jpg (9.93 KB, 154x221, newscarlet.jpg)

There was a CGI reboot of Captain Scarlet around 2005-ish and it was my life. I had every episode recored and the toy of the cool car tank thing…nostalgic sigh

No. 83544

File: 1459047898942.jpg (51.91 KB, 529x352, 03-inflatable-chair.w529.h352.…)

Man, seeing all this girly 90's crap is indirectly nostalgic for me.
Growing up I've always been a tomboy, but I shared a room with my older, princess sister and her side was always packed with the kind of shit that's being posted in here, including picture related.

No. 83549

>>78411
I used to play on that website all the time, you don't understand, anon. Also, the Barbie website.

No. 83552

>>83549
Don't be, Polly and Barbie website were very fun! I used to play there too.

>>78412
I adore this woman, I still love whatever she's writing. She can write the toughest subjects for kids and make it not so scary, like "The Suitcase Kid" which is about divorce. I remember I used to borrow several of her books from the local library and chugged it down in a day. Ahh…nostalgic indeed.

No. 83558

>>78901
POOL'S CLOSED

No. 83620

>>78533
OMFG! I had that. I completely forgot about this!!

No. 83623

Is it just me or did everyone look so natural and innocent back then? No 100& perfectly done makeup, ill fitting, miss-matched clothes and half-assed but fun hairstyles. Something changed and I'm not really sure what it is

No. 83626

>>83623
The Kardashians/Jenners happened. They made fakeness a thing, with drag queen contour makeup and super tight-fitted clothes. Now everyone wants to be fake, while still pretending they "woke up like dis."

The growth of the Internet is also to blame, as social media and selfie culture took over, and the idea you can get famous from having a lot of followers. Now everyone is trying so hard to portray an image that isn't even how they are in real life, all in hopes of getting some attention for doing nothing much. Back then, not that many people gave a shit about trying to be famous, besides some misguided Myspace kids.

No. 83630

I stroked my dick to Britney Spears videos in the 2000s. Man those where the times, haha.

No. 83637

>>78375
I have a huge collection of these, think I managed to get every single one, plus their matching legit ones. Anyone want photos?

No. 83638

>>83637
Hell yeah. Let's see that boss ass collection, anon

No. 83644

File: 1459126730224.png (345.76 KB, 500x508, 1458398481076.png)

>>78972
holy fuck that site
holy fuck those memories
all those goddamn hours wasted taking those self insert "whos your naruto boyfriend" quizzes

No. 83645

>>79593
my friends and I were so obsessed with homestarrunner. We would sit in class and recite teen girl squad episodes by heart :'^)

Never going to get those moments back. The girl who introduced that site to us and later told me to check out 4chan grew up to be a raging sjw now. How times change.

No. 83647

>>82969
>Netflix picked it up apparently so maybe they'll do a better job.

it panders a lot to the generation in high school now, so there's a lot of social media ripoffs and a big plot point was a feud between the feminist club and gamer club. I still watched it because I'm trash.

No. 83660

This thread gave me some good nostalgia, but I can't be the only one who felt like toys etc. were more creative back then? I also felt like companies took more risks, I'd see anime on tv and these days it's almost non-existent. It's weird in my eyes because every kid I knew loved the anime shows over anything else. I mean you weren't seeing kids play with merchandise from their favorite reality show for kids, they'd have yugioh cards and beyblades.

Toy/marketing wise I really miss the Taz things (the ones with pokemon on them, they were called differently in my country) and would buy bags of crisps just to get them. These days the only type of promotions are "fill in a code!" I guess it has to do with more strict rules because you aren't allowed to market junk food towards kids anymore.

On a somewhat related note this also made me realize how care free everything felt back then, I'm from 1994 and now all I worry is about what to study, will it have jobs, will the economy ever recover etc.

No. 83679

>>83626
This makes me sad.

No. 83770

File: 1459210246838.jpg (47.6 KB, 350x475, drop-dead-clothing-and-drop-de…)

i miss the 2000's so much - fond memories were made wasting time on bebo & piczo(lololol i used to read this story on bebo authors called 'pills & pleasure', it started out as a my chemical romance fanfiction but the author changed the names; i did a bit of creeping a few years later & found out she won miss cork or something.)

also i used to use glitter-graphics.com which was basically fourteen year old scene kids using pictures of someone else as their avatars & having shit-fits at each other over "you're copying my font!!!11" or oliver fucking sykes.

speaking of oliver sykes, i remember in year 10 i used to consistently wear nothing but drop dead or bmth shirts on own clothes day paired with a rib-cage hoodie & knuckleduster necklace kek.
>pic related was my favourite shirt

tl;dr: i spent a lot of time on the internet & a shit-load more money on overpriced neon fabric designed by my lord and saviour at the time oliver scott sykes.

No. 83771

>>83445
Omg wtf are these called

No. 83773

>>83239
omg I remember playing so many games here.

once, I wandered onto the proper yahoo! games site and played using my real name email address. so many creepers emailed me afterward and my dad freaked out so he forbade me from ever doing it again lol.

No. 83794

>>83771
Crazy Bones. I think they're still around.

No. 83795

>>83660
The fashion dolls then were great.

No. 83798

>>83770
>glitter-graphics.com
Man I recently found my old profile on there, cringey quotes, playboy ASCII art and reposted graphics. It was both amazing and terrible.

No. 83901

>>78314
fucking loved it

No. 83902

>>83552
My parents are divorced so because of that mom got me The Suitcase Kid one day. After that I started reading more of her books. I still like them.

No. 83911

>>83794
Eurofag here, here they were called GoGos

No. 83944

File: 1459301449853.jpg (327.7 KB, 1500x1362, gel pens.jpg)

>>79369
I remember some of kids in our class would measure how much our coolness was worth by how many gel pens we had. I only had maybe one because some gal dropped it outside and I nabbed it. They all would draw all over each other and treated it as if it were makeup - since makeup besides those lip smackers and nude to pale pink lip gloss was only allowed. Good thing I never drew on my face with these.

When I got into middle school I happened upon one of these packs in some Sam's Club and I suddenly became popular for like, a day. kek Most of them didn't even work and the rest I gave away hoping that the receiver would be my friend if I did. I was a dumb kid.

No. 83959

>>78902
VINTAGE IMVU LOFT AVIS WERE THE ABSOLUTE BEST

No. 83963

File: 1459315560038.jpg (1.65 MB, 3507x2379, 57360gellyrollsuperpack_300dpi…)

>>83944

fucking loved gel pens, Gelly rolls in particular. Those were somewhat "expensive" here compared to the regular pens (the wonders of living in a 3rd world shithole hah), you were considered "rich" if you could afford to use them in a regular basis.

No. 83966

>>83944
>>83963

yoo seriously kids make up weird things hah. I remember I had a silver one that I was really happy with and one day in class I was chewing it and chewed right through it. There was silver ink everywhere and the look on my teachers face was disappointing lol.

No. 83967

File: 1459317588315.jpg (117.65 KB, 1000x943, 8-x-scented-glitter-gel-pens-w…)

>>83944
Gel pens were awesome! I had these shits with little fruit charms on them. Miss these

No. 83969

>>78977
To me LiLo is still a beauty and nostalgic. Gosh her movies were my favourite! She should stop being bulimic, stop tanning and invest in a better team.

No. 83986

>>83966

I kind of pissed off my teachers writing my assignements with silver or bicolor ink lmao

also, syringe pens

No. 83987

>>83969
Me too, I still love Lindsay Lohan because her teen movies were my favorites growing up. She, Hilary Duff, Emma Watson and Olsen Twins were my teen role models back then, hahahah

No. 83989

>>78972
Tbh Quizilla was a fine site, until they sell themselves to TeeNick or whatever Nickelodeon branch its called. I remembered being so pissed at them, since many stories and fanfictions that I followed were deleted. My online friends were too, and most of them went to LiveJournal or Winglin (for Asian celebrity fanfictions) after that, if I'm not mistaken.

No. 84010

>>77347
Myspace/Skins parties (for the Brits here)? In which a teenger advertised their house party online and hoards of people came and wrecked their home.

No. 84023

Did any of you use Mibba? It was a site dedicated to self made stories.

No. 84192

>>84023
I used to use mibba back in the day. I wrote some mcr fan fiction. I would post in the forums a lot

No. 117621

File: 1479192660333.jpg (84.01 KB, 500x373, tumblr_nrhxx1UUMj1ra45qyo1_128…)

I neeeeed this thread back in my life. The Paris Hilton aesthetic is my everything.

No. 117628

>>84010
yas that show transformed my world when I was a teen, anons posted about this is in the tv thread

No. 117629

File: 1479202110205.png (444.82 KB, 598x497, Screen Shot 2016-08-06 at 08.5…)

>>117621
nostalgia for things like paris Hilton I think is comforting in the same way the vaporwave aesthetic and old commercials are etc., it's 'ignorance is bliss' and the fantasy that being a vapid, super rich cunt, doing cocaine up and down rodeo drive all day and night might actually be desirable as it was presented, and not a guilt-riddled train crash

No. 117631

File: 1479204129879.png (479.9 KB, 595x598, Screen Shot 2016-08-06 at 09.0…)


No. 117640

File: 1479221515419.jpg (87.46 KB, 600x374, layout_anime_by_aninhaalb-d3c5…)

Anyone else remember when people actually used to make their own homepages? They're such a rarity now that people can just upload their stuff to tumblr or facebook. I spent all my free time in the early to mid 00's creating webpage layouts and some people downloaded them as packages from some source site. I really miss that time, I loved visiting other people's websites and exploring the web altogether. Now everything's on FB and other social media sites, the web seems so dead and concentrated. I guess Tumblr layouts are still around and people are making them, but it's really not the same.

No. 117642

>>78977
I wish I could find tutorials for this type of look. It's so pretty and natural.

No. 117654

One thing I miss is there were so many cartoons that were about teenagers/kids in a normal setting. No magic or weird wacky things (with the exception of brace face).

Hey Arnold, Doug, Pepper Anne, As Told By Ginger, etc…

It seems like every cartoon on tv these days has some type of ~crazy fantasy~ element to it. To me that makes it seem less relatable.

No. 117655

>>117642
>rose nude eyeshadows
>pinky-nude lip
>soft black or brow eyeliner (can use shadow)

boom

No. 117657

>>117640
Come to think of it, I wish FB would allow you to play around with the HTML, a la Myspace.

No. 117659

File: 1479236876683.jpg (64.16 KB, 500x375, s.jpg)


No. 117660

File: 1479237671801.jpg (31.01 KB, 236x362, IMG_3221.JPG)


No. 117662

File: 1479237801775.jpg (411.28 KB, 625x959, IMG_3211.JPG)


No. 117663

File: 1479237931087.jpg (28.81 KB, 236x342, IMG_3216.JPG)

>flood detected

No. 117664

File: 1479238237346.jpg (66.54 KB, 480x743, IMG_3225.JPG)


No. 117665

File: 1479238287712.jpg (Spoiler Image, 70.71 KB, 584x400, IMG_3220.JPG)

Oh Paris

No. 117672

>>77890
HOLY SHIT THIS SHOW. I remember the mouth episode and Santa one, god.

No. 117676

hoo boy I used to listen to this on repeat while drawing anime all the time

No. 117677

File: 1479260362989.jpg (160.87 KB, 1288x950, So-Weird-so-weird-2907605-1288…)

Anyone remember So Weird? It was like the spiritual predecessor of Supernatural. I remember being upset when they replaced the main lead for another girl in the 3rd and final season.

No. 117685

File: 1479268875475.jpg (201.98 KB, 530x558, 1465348962028.jpg)

>>79298
I still use girlsrule as a password on my hotmail account because of this.

No. 117686

File: 1479268965746.jpg (22.02 KB, 250x188, Ty5TyA7.jpg)

>>117677
omg yes!! The episode where she has a flashback to when she was a baby, with her dad, still haunts me.

Surely someone remembers this other Disney show? I had such a crush on the punk kid lol.

No. 117688

>>117676

Anon that is the most early 2000 thing for dorks ever. I got a serious wave of nostalgia from your sentence jfc.


>>117677

Yeeees I loved this show. I rarely got to watch it because my friends didn't care for it (my family didn't have cable so I had to bum my pop culture from friends).

No. 117689

Vengaboys! Also Toy Box, Aqua, and Captain Jack. Damn, they all had some weird ass music videos.

No. 117691

File: 1479269826381.jpg (59.47 KB, 800x600, IMG_3234.JPG)


No. 117692

>>117689
trashy eurodance is still my guilty pleasure tbh

No. 117694

File: 1479270544455.jpg (214.52 KB, 880x880, IMG_3235.JPG)


No. 117695

File: 1479270651670.jpg (78.27 KB, 600x337, IMG_3237.JPG)

Disney channel games

No. 117696

File: 1479270681146.jpg (48.19 KB, 690x518, IMG_3236.JPG)

Beaded lizard keychains

No. 117697

File: 1479270709999.jpg (33.42 KB, 235x424, IMG_3238.JPG)

Zenon!

No. 117698

File: 1479270758739.jpg (94.66 KB, 500x573, IMG_3243.JPG)


No. 117699

File: 1479270799977.jpg (242.67 KB, 1920x1080, IMG_3239.JPG)

I can't remember if this was posted yet or

No. 117700

>>78282
I think about this picture a weird amount. I was explaining Justin Timberlake to a coworker once and referenced the "ramen hair days" and when Britney and him were an item and used this pic as a proof. I didn't even think I was that far gone until that conversation.

I'm still a little sad she let it all go away, but they're at least both relatively successful now, which is nice.

No. 117701

File: 1479271332027.jpg (56.26 KB, 400x300, IMG_3245.JPG)


No. 117702

File: 1479271663748.png (8.69 KB, 336x269, IMG_3246.PNG)


No. 117703

File: 1479271741438.jpg (9.45 KB, 648x486, IMG_3248.JPG)

True life _____

No. 117704

File: 1479271778167.jpg (18.34 KB, 310x232, IMG_3251.JPG)

Incoming dump

No. 117705

File: 1479271900127.jpg (93.67 KB, 1280x620, IMG_3250.JPG)

NEXT



___ we've been on this date for 58 minutes and you can choose to go on a second date with me or take the $58 dollars

No. 117706

File: 1479271926824.jpg (35.46 KB, 300x226, IMG_3257.JPG)

Oh Hanna Beth how I used to envy you

No. 117707

File: 1479271955714.jpg (61.01 KB, 320x320, IMG_3253.JPG)

Did anyone ever watch this???

No. 117708

File: 1479271996692.jpg (35.99 KB, 182x268, IMG_3259.JPG)


No. 117709

File: 1479272039129.jpg (26.87 KB, 182x268, IMG_3258.JPG)

One of the many weird MTV dating shows

No. 117710

File: 1479272116488.jpg (1.6 MB, 1324x1990, IMG_3244.JPG)

Jojo. Singing all the teenage broken heart ballads.

No. 117711

>>117707
>>117708

Yup, plus Doug, As Told By Ginger, and, Hey Arnold.

I wish there were cartoons about regular highschool life. Shows these days always seem to have an element of fantasy or wackiness and it just isn't as relatable.

No. 117712

File: 1479272145790.jpg (308.88 KB, 2000x1000, IMG_3242.JPG)


No. 117713

File: 1479272204743.jpg (39.5 KB, 484x359, IMG_3256.JPG)

I miss Tyra

No. 117714

File: 1479272249680.jpg (4.14 MB, 2560x2048, IMG_3255.JPG)

Before Demi lovato was a big thing lol

No. 117718

>>117710
I still jam to her songs now tbh

No. 117719

>>117695

holy shit

No. 117720

A streamer I watch mentioned this ad and all these really specific memories came flooding back. It's always weird being reminded of something you haven't thought about in over a decade.

No. 117731

>>117720
You can still buy these at Walmart and Target actually. I just saw them recently.

No. 117736

File: 1479289421387.jpg (16.12 KB, 320x257, 3453454666.jpg)

Anyone remember Big Wolf on Campus?

I absolutely loved this show and had a huge crush on Merton forever. I still kinda do.

You can still watch all the episodes on Youtube, though the quality sucks. Danny Smith, who played Merton, tried to buy the rights to this show a few years ago so he could release it on DVD but had no luck.

No. 117738

File: 1479289645405.jpg (43.71 KB, 511x288, IMG_5208.JPG)

I still completely love Degrassi: The Next Generation.

No. 117774

I miss Ed, Edd, n Eddy and Danny Phantom. That was also the time when Pokemon was still good and now the shows are shit. House of Mouse was pretty good to me as a kid as well.

That being said, I had such a crush on Danny Phantom back then. I just like the general animation of cartoons from the 2000's and earlier. I still watch that show every now and then.

No. 117790

feel like this song was used in every AMV ever

No. 117795

>>83115
Now that's some teenage nostalgia right there!

No. 117797

When this song was totally popular in karaoke rooms of anime conventions.

No. 117799

>>117790
aghh, i remember this. is ayumi hamasaki still relevant at all?

No. 117800

File: 1479327970011.jpg (371.05 KB, 600x901, lulu_600_901_s.jpg)

Yaya Han, back in the days.

No. 117802

File: 1479328643556.jpg (10.93 KB, 200x196, All_the_Things_She_Said_cover.…)

Avril Lavigne, 2004-2006 mcr, Lindsay Lohan and tatu prerry much define the 2000s to me.

No. 117803

>>117802
pretty*
feelings r too intense to type correctly ugh ugh

No. 117804

Still one of my favorite movies! This movie used to so popular in the western anime community in the early to mid 00s. Cosplays and all. Now people barely seem to know this gem.

No. 117806

File: 1479328968466.png (323.11 KB, 363x303, Bonzi_Buddy.png)

This thing was totally spamware but it was definitely entertaining to enter what you wanted it to say.

No. 117812

File: 1479330778657.png (682.94 KB, 602x600, Screen Shot 2016-08-06 at 09.0…)

>>117804
hunger gams ruined everything

No. 117813

>>117804
The book to it is my favorite thing to read. I have yet to meet anyone who knows what Battle Royale even is anymore. Makes me sad.

>>117812

Agreed. Never enjoyed Hunger Games tbh.

No. 117815

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No. 117816

File: 1479331082723.jpg (46.22 KB, 703x393, nn.jpg)

Anyone?

No. 117818

>>117806
this shit killed my computer

parents were so pissed off

No. 117819

>>83770

my teens anon

literally

No. 117830

File: 1479335161932.jpg (19.69 KB, 460x268, 1214b65d83.jpg)


No. 117837

>>117806
>Nice to meet you, Expand Dong
Fucking Joel made me realize how much I miss this monkey.
I installed it on all the cyber cafes I ever visited when I was a kid and I've never regretted it.

No. 117839

>>117830
Is this what I think it is anon?
It's been such a long time…

No. 117840

>>117830
I once sang one of their songs at a karaoke contest at my school whilst a friend of mine did "interpretative dancing" on the side.
They cut me off at the middle by snatching the microphone from my hand.
Kill me.

No. 118135

>>117736
Holy shit I remember this. It used to give me weird feelings. Now I've got to watch it, thanks for letting me know it's on YT

No. 118136

File: 1479522085727.jpg (79.62 KB, 630x1200, MV5BMjgzOTk2MzU5OV5BMl5BanBnXk…)

Did anybody else watch reruns of Smart Guy and Teen Angel on Disney Channel? That was always the highlight of staying home sick from school because it was always shown at like 11am-1pm

No. 118171

>>79600
>having low speed dial up internet and waiting for gifs like these to load

No. 118225

File: 1479607440791.gif (1.13 MB, 320x240, rage2.gif)


No. 118231

File: 1479608087254.jpg (247.7 KB, 800x600, vmk_staff_by_jaquelynt.jpg)

VMK. Hundreds of precious hours of my life thrown away on that giant interactive Disneyland commercial.

No. 118233

File: 1479608417633.jpg (23.7 KB, 398x269, tech_deck_dude_4293.jpg)

TECH DECK DUDES

No. 118241

File: 1479615409445.jpg (72.5 KB, 450x338, new-rpg-may-item-update-advent…)


No. 118242

>>118231
>not taken
>bay.bee
>mummy

No. 118243

>>118241
I actually came here to post this because I randomly remembered playing it for hours when I stayed home sick from school.

No. 118244


No. 118245

File: 1479617161918.jpg (Spoiler Image, 33.82 KB, 344x280, Mr._Meaty_Josh_Redgrove_and_Pa…)

This show gave me fucking heart palpitations

No. 118248

>>118242
>insane text censorships that wouldn't even let you type numbers

No. 118275

File: 1479656627951.jpg (38.5 KB, 417x350, rzr.jpg)

Over a decade later and I still think this phone was sent from the future to the year 2004.

No. 118276

File: 1479656870091.jpg (35.11 KB, 635x265, lime.jpg)

Free music with bonus virus

No. 118282

>>117804
I was fucking obsessed with this movie in 2004 or so. I'd keep having dreams about it too and imagining what I'd do in the same situation.

I was a messed up teen.

No. 118284

>>118276
Lol, and bearshare

No. 118289

File: 1479662426515.jpg (93.26 KB, 500x375, mlp.jpg)

>>79347
Old as fuck post, but I remember this! Building the aquariums was so much fun

MLP before bronies

No. 118292

File: 1479662985727.jpg (79.9 KB, 640x480, Kindergraten-f-640x480.jpg)

Anyone ever play this? It's from early 2000s for the PC but I think they made a version for apple products.

No. 118293

>>118231
www.myvmk.com

You're welcome

No. 118294

This makes me so sad.

Also, I got a lot of nostagia seeing >>118225. that gif was so popular among my friends, haha.

No. 118298

File: 1479666370341.jpg (57.8 KB, 352x500, 5112KAYK6AL.jpg)

I was weirdly obsessed with game but I was upset because I never knew everyone else who had even heard of it.

No. 118306

>>118231
I fucking loved VMK.
I was also a little asshole on there as well when I was 12
>set up room filled with things and close off door
>make room saying everything is free but must trade one item to get in
>kick people out when they trade you their stuff
>get banned for one month

No. 118316

>>118298
I'm with you anon. I'm still in love with it after all these years. Zelos was bae. I never knew anyone who knew of it except my sister cause she always watched me play it so she was the only one I had to obsess over it with at the time. I miss old "Tales of -" games.

No. 118318

File: 1479676085864.png (1.21 MB, 832x659, myvmk.png)


No. 118319

File: 1479676317937.png (818.87 KB, 857x639, myvmk2.png)

>>118318

all these ppl are prob 25 lol

No. 118321

damn thought you guys were on habbo, i got super excited

No. 118325

>>118319
then where are you anon :(

No. 118328

>>118318
It keeps crashing every time I try to load it :(

No. 118333

>>118328
Mine wouldn't load until I installed adobe shockwave and used firefox

No. 118335

>>118325
exploring random public rooms. i'm in the Fantasyland Dungeon right now

No. 118338

File: 1479682038093.png (1.01 MB, 799x727, vmk.png)


No. 118342

File: 1479685929528.jpg (213.83 KB, 900x900, ayyy.jpg)

>>118338
In which we learned nostalgia is better than the real thing

No. 118343

>>118342
Lol
I wouldn't have minded if there were a few thousand people online

No. 118347

File: 1479691280415.jpg (125.73 KB, 671x496, Ragnarok-Online-3.jpg)

The original hat collecting game.

>tfw grinding 999 nine tails for 1 fox mask.

No. 118349

File: 1479696448264.jpg (10.02 KB, 190x265, kirby air ride.jpg)

>>118298
>>118316
Tales of Symphonia, Kirby Air Ride, and Animal Crossing were my jam.

Did anyone play Tales of Symphonia 2. Was it as good as the first?

No. 118350

File: 1479697039732.jpg (18.86 KB, 127x273, middleschool.jpg)

This was like my most favourite thing in middle school tbh. Basically frappuchino (and I drank fuckloads of that too) but in a cooler looking bottle.

No. 118353

File: 1479697112064.jpg (101.28 KB, 1024x768, tony-hawk-s-pro-skater-3_23.jp…)

THPS3, tech decks, skateboards, was way into all this from like middle school thru college. those were the days.

No. 118354

File: 1479697144910.png (185.56 KB, 256x363, Super_Monkey_Ball_Coverart.png)

I've still got this game too.
It still gives me nightmares sometimes.

No. 118363

File: 1479708445627.jpg (60.29 KB, 511x344, nezinomas1.jpg)

>>118347
>the original hat collecting game
I respectfully disagree

No. 118366

>>118349
ToS2 was shit compared to the first one but playable.

>>118347
Fuck how I wish this was still a thing.

No. 118369

File: 1479712953390.jpeg (24.16 KB, 672x469, qt.jpeg)

>>118136
yes for teen angel, such a funny show! and I had a huge crush on Marty!

No. 118370

File: 1479713169703.jpg (97.58 KB, 1452x1000, Mike Damus.jpg)

>>118136
>>118369
Here's what he looks like today….damn

No. 118373

File: 1479717593464.jpg (226.7 KB, 800x608, MapleStory-BasilMarket-Screen-…)

>>118366
>Fuck how I wish this was still a thing.
I'm sure you can still download and play it? Or Tree of Savior on steam is really similar. Companies that release games like this nowadays know exactly how to design it for max profit and the game suffers in the end.

maplestory?
>pig beach

No. 118377

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I don't know about y'all but I was obsessed with habbo hotel. Bobba.

No. 118378

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>>118377
As well with mycoke. I remember my brother showing me it and I got hooked lol.

No. 118379

anyone remember IMVU?

No. 118381

>>118379
Hell yes, me and my friends were soo obsessed. I mainly loved to try on clothes and try out different styles I couldn't pull off in rl on there.

No. 118383

>>118379
I always made my character look like a scene queen with dark angel wings

And so did 90% of the IMVU player base.

No. 118387

>>118379
Ugh yes.

No. 118399

>>118379
I loved IMVU and spent an embarrassingly amount of real money on IMVU credits to buy outfits and homes.

No. 118400

>>117802
Too bad the dark haired bitch turned out to be a super homophobic cunt.

No. 118401

>>117713
She's insane now. I mean, more insane than usual.

No. 118406

>>118349
ToS2 was trash. I only cared about Decus and Richte. Beyond that it was playable but had holes all over and felt kind of rushed. The two characters they chose as main protagonists, Marta and Emil, were painful to play as, especially Marta.

Does anyone remember playing Gaia online? I haven't touched it in ages. I had a couple of friends who were deeply invested in it.

No. 118409

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I miss early Gaia. I remember crying so fucking bad when my account got hacked by some dude I stupidly gave my password. He got me with the old "oh, if you type out your password it'll be all asterisks," and I fell right for it. Next thing I knew, I was locked out of my own account and devastated.

No. 118412

>>118409
This made me want to go play around with Tektek again, but apparently it was shut down last year.

No. 118424

File: 1479764630129.jpg (1.82 MB, 1400x2000, shops1.jpg)

guys

No. 118425

>>118424
fuck, this was everything to me for around 2 or 3 straight years.

No. 118426

>>118409
i actually did that to someone once lol. pretended to be a mod and asked for their password, i was gonna transfer any good items to myself, but they didn't have anything interesting so i didn't take anything.

also some guy once scammed me of 10,000 gold by pretending he was an artist. ugh, he said showed me some nice chibis and said "this isn't my art, but i draw just like this", idk how i was so stupid.

No. 118430

anybody? i tried to find an image of the shopping spree game from their site that i was obsessed with but surprisingly couldn't find any. this song tho

No. 118438

>>118424
INEVER ASKED FOR THESE FEELS ANON

No. 118442

>>118430
http://play.mattel.com/games/my-scene-shopping-spree

it was working a year ago because I went there for shits and giggles, but it seems to not work anymore. I also had the Jammin in Jamaica doll and dvd.

No. 118443

>>118442
actually never mind, works with adblock disabled

No. 118445

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No. 118446

>>118445
I'm so sad they closed this, even though I haven't played it in years. I loved visiting people's homes and the cheesy games.

No. 118450

>>118446

Same here! Gutted it shut down… got into that back in 2006! Was so much fun :)

But I remember how some people hadnt been on there since 2001 so it was old even then

No. 118453

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I spent so much time on the original Sims… It's still my favorite, I can't get into the new ones.

Lately I have been trying to find a way to play it on my computer or online but I have no luck. (I have a macbook.) I still have the original disc for The Sims and the Livin Large/Vacation/Date/Pet expansion packs too.

No. 118454

>>118453
I used to download so much stuff from the Internet, most of those pages are dead now
It had really cute graphics

No. 118456

>>118430
Yes omg I used to go to the myscene website every day

No. 118459

>>118453
Pure love. Sims 2 was great too. 3 and 4 just aren't the same.

No. 118462

>>118454
Same here, I had skins for characters and also lots of cute items.

I wish I could play it again.

No. 118463

This came out in '98, but I remember playing it everytime I'd go over to my cousins' house. I was so jealous of how many computer games they had.

No. 118700

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Lovely White. and other morning glory/orange story stuff.
I had so much of this shit because there was a Korean stationery store like 4 blocks away from my high school.

No. 118701

>>118700
My nigga. For me, all the dollar stores were run by Asians when I was a kid, so they had heaps of Lovely White stuff. I've been trying to find some online, but no luck.

No. 118717

>>118700
I love this stuff! I have been looking for it too. I still have a big unused collection.

No. 118718

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No. 118924

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>>77347
Whyville anyone?

No. 118928

>>118924
oh god i remember playing that shit as a kid i could never afford any good parts and sucked at pixel art so my factory designs were shit lmao

No. 118945

>>77794
Those are adorable, they kinda remind me of those hard candies

No. 118947

>>77802
>>77802
That is too adorable! THE LITTLE TOOTHBRUSH

No. 119219

>>118701
Oh gosh. I miss those small mom n pop dollar stores too! Nowadays the only ones by me are corporate shit, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, etc. So basic and trashy, and they all have a weird smell! But the dollar stores of our youth, the ones that were run by Asian/Eastern European/Middle Eastern immigrants… those places were magic, filled with so much unique cute stuff, and in a way that enabled their owners to have a piece of the American dream.
Those were the days…

No. 119272

>>118298
Same :) That game is amazing!

No. 119304

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>>118700
Wow all of my friends growing up had this stuff and blue bear

No. 119314

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Lisa Frank

No. 119316

>>119314
I have a Lisa Frank notepad from like 1999 in my purse rn, I will be sad when I use it up. It has a fucking dragonfly dressed in psychedelic bellbottoms on the cover and I love it to death

No. 119317

>>119304

holy shit I remember those

>>119219

I still have those dollar stores run by immigrants where I live, but they don't really sell unique stuff anymore.

No. 119322

>>119314
I had that exact notebook as a kid and one with a cat. I loved it. I think one of my older siblings got me and my little sister one as inexpensive Christmas gifts. I miss notebooks like these.

>>119219

I still have one back in my hometown. It's run by some Koreans and they have some occasional unique stuff but they have to cater to the main community so not a whole lot.

No. 119330

>>119314
I found Lisa Frank stickers in a Dollarama near me a year or two ago. Stuff is still out there

>>119304
These are too cute holy shit. I love this kind of sweet stationery

No. 119349

>>119317

same here in the UK anon

we would have things like this… cute dodgy half assed chinese stationary with the odd fake looking hello kitty rubber in a set with a cute phase like "happy wishing wonderful sunshine days friendship"

our shops were already ran by pakistanis, smelled like damp mould and everything would be £1

No. 119422

>>118424
I remember bumming the computer off neighbors and the library to play this then I got my own computer and suddenly it wasn't as fun anymore. For some reason I remember a site called You Rule School too I used to goof off on.

No. 119453

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>>117696
I don't know why but I'm crying

No. 119457

>>118409
I fell for a fake login page. This was when Kiki Kitties were 10k max and I had like 15 of them.

No. 119462

File: 1480439520373.jpeg (205.99 KB, 1024x768, zwinky1.jpeg)

Remember the shitty adware toolbar that came with this?

No. 119464

>>118409
You're fake if this song isn't permanently burned into your memory.
I got hacked once too lol

No. 119470

>>119462
>tfw you used to make music videos on zwinky and use cheat for tan skin

No. 119471

>>119462
My brother used to hate when I would download this.

No. 119474

File: 1480442201778.png (2.76 MB, 2496x2336, 2000s.png)

this nostalgia trip is probably pretty specific to britfags who went to non-uniform high schools in the 00s with inexplicably rich chavs… but here goes

>>78413
why wasn't ellie fat and spotty?
why was magda black with long hair?
it ticked me off so much.

No. 119479

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This thread is too much. im cryyying

No. 119482

>>119464
man ngl tho i hated towns so much. i felt like after that & gcash the whole site just became a 'GIVE UP YOUR WALLET' scam. i'm still active in a few old role-playing guilds (one of them i've been writing in for…10, maybe 11 years? cripes) but the inflation rate still drives me bonkers to this day.
my main account got hacked only once but I'm still bitter about it because the staff were such heels
I logged into a mule and literally saw the guy selling my shit on the marketplace at that instant, but when I reported it, absolutely nothing was done.
like even when I reset my password and try to log into it now, I receive the message '
You have been blocked from gaia until you turn 13' –I assume the hacker changed the DOB registered to the account
I'm like in my twenties at this point, man, give me a break.

No. 119509

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A moment of silence today for my Tammy Girl towel, that I got free with Sugar Magazine in probably 1999.
Today my boyfriend put in the wash with his jeans at a high temperature and it's a horrible muddy dark grey. Goodbye memories.

>>119464
I'm more about this one, I hum it to myself even now
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmOWSOZQn0Q

No. 119519

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"I thought you were my friend."

No. 119521

>>119509
I'm American but I used to love Sugar. I wish it was still around.

No. 119523

>>78802
NOO omg i'm from scandinavia and i read all of these books, seems like no one else here did though

No. 119525

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>>80445
shit i remember this. i also remember TL-klubben

No. 119529

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>>78802
haha oh shit, i never read the TB books but i do remember watching the show. i downloaded some of wilsons books though, might read them one of these days just for nostalgia

>>78413
was that based on wilson books? saw the show too but haven't read the books argh, i'm a pleb

>>119474
did they wear jane norman bags too where you were?

No. 119537

>>119519
I remember the dumb af tumblr creepypasta some typed in all caps when it was just a function of the game.

No. 119541

>>119519
what was this called??? I want one again fml

No. 119552

>>119541
Pixel Chix

No. 119553

We're going out tonight
This scene is outta sight
Gonna get my girls together
We'll be feelin' alright
We're gonna move through the crowd
Come on boys, get loud
'Cause when the music starts pumpin'
The whole place will be jumpin'
It's my scene (my scene)
You know what I mean
It's my scene (my scene)
You know what I mean (it's my scene)
The DJ's spinning our song
Come on, sing along
We'll get the boys out on the floor
And we'll be dancin' all night long
Because we're feelin the groove
The girls got the moves
You know the party's gettin' hot
And it's never gonna stop
It's my scene (my scene)
You know what I mean
It's my scene (my scene)
You know what I mean (it's my scene)

No. 119761

>>119474
I hate these bench jackets

No. 119768

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Used to love these things until my aunty started sending us over Kinder Eggs.

No. 119789

>tfw you were goff but you wanted to be kawaii too and you just ended up being some awful emo thing

No. 119794

I spent all my time in front of my computer. I just have nostalgia for internet and video games. I never had a life.

No. 119801

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>>119462
This was the thing where your little character could go onto other webpages, right? Because I used it to get onto MySpace after my parents blocked it back in the day. It worked.

>>78439
Nigga I bought every single one of the books in the series and the movie. I still re-read them all multiple times and gradually noticed a lot of little continuity errors, kek. Massie is my fucking life inspiration.

also I found this CD in my closet the other day. I only recognize Jeffree Star and this was before he started making music I'm pretty sure. It has Tila Tequila and Hollywood Undead lmao.

No. 119805

>>119768
I remember these. My mom used to bring them home from the store everytime she went grocery shopping. Do they even make those anymore?

I miss the old Polly Pockets. I used to have this treehouse type set and I can't remember which one my sister had but it came with a little car Polly drove around in.

No. 119806

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I played this a lot when I was younger. I think I tried playing it maybe 3 years ago again? But at this point everything is just pay to win. Same with Gunbound.

No. 119812

>>119806
omg i played this until ye, I realised hackers were just drilling through each other

No. 119827

>>78439
>>119801
Oh dude, I remember there was this site called Sugarloot, which ceased to exist and redirected a few years ago when I last checked, where they had a contest for you to audition to be Massie or some other one. I wanted to do it so bad but was too nervous. Wonder if any of the winners actually got casted.

No. 119830

>>119806
this was my life when i was 8 and i thought i was so badass listening to nightcore while playing. i would recommend you a private server but they're all ghost towns now and the last that are left are usually angry brazilians whining in the chat about how you killed them.
if ANY game should be in esports, it should be this because the amount of hand movement and skill needed to even move in gunz is insane. talk about getting a tired wrist in 15 minutes until you build up tolerance.

No. 119853

>>119827
I know for sure they had auditions to be the face on the cover for each girl's book in the summer collection, who where different girls than the actresses. It was right on Lisi Harrison's official site.

Elizabeth McLaughlin was a fantastic Massie though but I hated the Alicia. Granted her character never really shines until like the second or third book anyways.

I wonder if Harrison will try for a high school series of the same girls.

No. 119886

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>>77990
>>77987

These and Zoobinis, Freddy Fish and the Backyard ____ games were my life in elementary school!!

No. 119892

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>>119886
I used to have stacks of pic related. The Goofus & Gallant sections were always my favorite, just because I liked seeing Goofus be a fucking dick. Apparently it was really good for teaching children social skills.

No. 119899

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I remember wasting time with Candydollbar.

No. 119900

>>119892
These remind me of the dentist. Lol

No. 119901

Hearing this song everyday.

No. 119928

>>119901
I used to listen to Monkey Business on my cd player along with Hollaback Girl

No. 119932

>>119900
To be fair I'm pretty positive these can be found in dentists, doctors, and teacher offices.
My mom was a teach.

No. 119933

>>119901
Ever notice that the types of "big" asses and boobs in the early 2000s would be considered just 'average' by today's standards in the music video industry? My first thought after not seeing this video in a decade was "Damn, Ferg is pretty flat." But then I remembered I'm comparing her to Minaj.

No. 119969

>>119933
Yeah and that's really fucking sad because Fergie had a killer body. Not a girl with a great body is nothing compared to a monstrous ass and huge anus lips

No. 119970


No. 120054

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Did someone post happy bunny yet?

No. 120058

>>120054
i've seen a happy bunny calendar at the start of the year, kinda wish i got it

No. 120060

>>119901
This is such a disaster in every sense of the word

No. 120065

>>120054
:( I had the cute but psycho shirt

No. 120072

This is a bit late into the 00s but I heard it today and thought of this thread. I love Fergie tbh.

No. 120087

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>>120054
Seeing this reminded me of Bobby Jack for some reason. I had so many of those shirts with the glittery writing on them growing up.

No. 120099

>>78522
This gives me nightmares, as mine broke when it was having a baby and didn't stop saying "here comes baby!" For about 3-4 hours

No. 120114

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I owned the top right one

No. 120117

>>83944
I bought this exact set when I was a kid!
I remember saving my allowance for it for two weeks
Oh my god, my feelies

No. 120135

>>120114
the angelgotch one is so cute.

No. 120137

>>120114
you're shitting me, thats the same one I had when I was a kid lol. I bought a few earlier this year for nostalgia, I haven't killed any yet haha

No. 120138

for all you neopets alumni, the creators (Adam and Donna) did an AMA a few years ago and it's great.

https://www.reddit.com/r/neopets/comments/26fwhh/i_am_donna_one_of_the_founders_of_neopets_ask_me/

Other former employees will also a quick AMA once in a while too, but this one is the best. They're so candid.

No. 120139

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>>79294
>>77362
I remember playing the dress-up game too but the nail game is what I used the most.

No. 120140

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I read these well into middle school for the lulz

When she went to First Grade a part of my soul died, but the originals were everything

No. 120142

>>120140
Holy shit I'd buy the books with my allowance, read them like crazy non stop. My favourite part was when she saw her teacher eat the grape at the grocery store

No. 120145

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>>120054
i remember Happy Bunny, but I was really more of an Emily the Strange kid myself.

No. 120146

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Does anyone remember My Scene dolls? I remember playing different dress up, nail decorating, and room decorating games based around them. I'm pretty sure there were like either animated shorts of them or they had a little web show based around them. The art style they were shown in was always really weird looking in my opinion, and I'm pretty sure the dolls were just Bratz rip offs from Mattel. How lovely.

No. 120147

>>120146
yes!! i loved that fucking dress up game and the room decorating, i played those well after it was out of an appropriate age. actually i googled it a few months ago wondering if it was still around. i like them better than Bratz, they're more proportionate.

the Bratz site was pretty good too, in all it's ratchet glory.

No. 120149

For other ausfags

No. 120150

>>120146
I do, and yeah they were an obvious competitor to the Bratz line. They didn't last very long afaik, they just weren't edgy enough for the kids to get excited over.

>>118453
Same anon.. The 1st one was seriously the best one. The rest of them got a bit too complicated for myself, I just wanted to make a goddamn house and a crazy soap opera family with a graveyard on their lawn and chemistry sets fucking things up.

No. 120153

>>118424
Holy shit do I wish it still looked like this. I quit Neopets for good after they released that goddamn Neocash system. The PBs became worthless because the idea of them was to make your pet look special, now they all have the same dumpy pose and look with every colour so you can fit the stupid neocash accessories on them.

I actually think Neopets scammer drama was one of the first documented dramas I ever read. Pink Poogle Toy had a ton of interesting cases gathered in their articles section.

No. 120154

>>119794
Me too.

Born in '90. I've been playing video games for as long as i can remember. I've been addicted to the internet since I was at least 11. These are what make up most of my memories.

No. 120156

>>120153
>The PBs became worthless

damn, it's a shame. but this reminds me, i was on some "hacker" (script kiddie) forum with a neopets subforum and they were conspiring to buy up all the crappy 100k christmas paintbrushes to run their prices up high and make a killing. pretty funny in retrospect

No. 120165

>>120145
I own an Emily the Strange coat from roughly 10 years ago.
Still wearing to this day, it's warm and comfy and it has cat ears.

No. 120167

>>120138
>Neopets AMA
Thank you so much, I just sat at my work desk and read every single response and then the documented art evolutions at http://www.neopets.com/~mowyagras This morning has really flown by thanks to it, I'll laugh if the reason I finally get fired is Neopets nostalgia.

>>120146
These were such clearly toned down copies of Bratz so it's funny to see Bratz is now doing the same thing with the Monster High dupes called Bratzillas.
I remember being bought a My Scene when I was a teenager and just playing with it anyway, these days a teen probably wouldn't be caught dead doing that or would try and create some ageplay blog narrative from it.

No. 120180

>>120146
yo, over here >>118430

No. 120182

File: 1480951922287.png (493.89 KB, 1986x1056, c.png)

found my old neopets account. i'd contact them to see if i get the log-in info, but i'm 99% sure i put in a fake birthday and fake state/zip code.

man i was obsessed with this, like my only goals in life were to have lots of page trophies and draiks.

No. 120237

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>>120182
I hated the pet revamps.

I wanted to have all limited edition pets but I forgot the PW to my account with the Koi in it.

No. 120238

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>>120237
yeah i think that's when i left. they did it for money, so people can buy costumes for the neopets. the artist was either too lazy, or they couldn't pay them enough to make them have different poses like before the conversion, so they all looked boring af.

i think i sent them an angry e-mail threatening to leave neopets if they didn't revert it lol (i was like 12)

No. 120239

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Okay maybe I'm alone here but uhh.. did any of you play girlsense? I played it for a good while when I was a wee bab. I had like a bazillion stores/accounts. One of them I sold hippie type clothes that had some kinda "beauty is in the eye of the beholder uwu" quotes on them. The other was girly floof type shit, and the last was called "Soft Sophistication" which was like sassy secretary kind of clothes. I didn't even know that it shut down until a couple years ago, which sucks. I don't think I have ever found anything like that place, and I would totally play something like that now. Does anyone know why it shut down? I've heard a bazillion different things.

No. 120251

any Cascada song, especially Bad Boy and Everytime We Touch. So many amvs had these two damn songs and I ate that shit right up

No. 120255

>>120251
BOY
MEETS GIRL
U WERE MY DREAM MY WORLD
BUT I WAS BLIND
U CHEATED ON ME FROM BEHIND

I NEED A MIRACLE
I WANNA BE UR GIRL
GIVE ME A CHANCE 2 C
THAT U R MADE 4 ME

No. 120256

File: 1481004038462.jpg (101.51 KB, 580x580, giga petsd.jpg)

>>120251
>mfw had low sound quality 'every time we touch' ringtone on my razor flipphone

>>120114
I had pic related. It's a Little Mermaid giga pet. I think one year the batteries died and my mom threw it out. My mom had a habit of throwing out a lot of my toys without my knowledge. I think she did it thinking I'd be too dumb and preoccupied with other toys to notice, but really I just never said shit because I'd get screamed at if I did.

No. 120258

>>120256
aw anon I miss these. I had 4 and all of them ended being taken apart.

No. 120267

>>120239
My god yes, this was the site that introduced me to j-fashion and started me on my journey to where I am today. I miss it dearly

No. 120284

>>120255
I NEED A MIRACLE
PLEASE LET ME BE YOUR GIRL
ONE DAY YOULL SEE
IT CAN HAPPEN TO ME
IT CAN HAPPEN TO MEEEE

No. 120299

File: 1481052696222.jpeg (102.32 KB, 400x518, image.jpeg)

Did anyone read discovery girls? I remember always wanting to be a discovery girl but I couldn't because I'm Canadian

No. 120311

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No. 120318

>>120311
fuck crumplebottom!!

No. 120320

>>120318
Hate that bitch and her purse.

No. 120323

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No. 120398

>>118924
God, the drama. This place was like og lolcow for me lmao. I'm ashamed to admit I sign on once in a while to design parts/check up on how my old parts are selling/ghost restock a couple items.

Only form of social media where I have any clout and it's a practically defunct games site for pre-teens. :')

No. 120409

>>120398
Speaking of proto-lolcow sites, Teen Vogue's It Girls forums were basically just lolcow in beta mode. So much shitslinging over there and so little actual fashion talk. Like there were a couple decent people, but a lot of it was just little girls pretending to be rich bitches and snarking on everyone else.
I was just thinking about that because of AllieKay's posting a copy of Teen Vogue on insta.

No. 120437

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Miss Bimbo game! pre- and post-controversy.
i was obsessed with this game and at a high level before it changed hands and switched formats.
i gave this game MONEY i was so into it; not much, but enough to make me shake my head a little.

last i checked it was redone so completely it's nothing like the previous game. which makes me sad! i enjoyed playing a vapid bitch who collected clothes and pets.

No. 120441

>>120323
YES HOLY SHIT
Flashbunny was my childhood.

No. 120446

>>118292
Holy shit, this was good shit. I think I remember playing it on some website?

>>117804
Yesss. I actually wrote a ~300 page fanfiction about this when I was in middle school, using my school class as a subject. I let them read it and everything. Some people got hooked and would bother me about when the next chapter was finished every day. I ended up letting the most innocent, childlike girl in our class win.
So cringy in retrospect.

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>>120437
Holy shit anon you just gave me flashbacks, I completely forgot about this game I loved it so much, sad it's gone to shit now tho.

No. 120463

>>120461
http://www.likeafashionista.com is a re-branded miss bimbo with a few years of updates.
still uses that old avatar art tho, lol.

No. 120503

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Surprised this trainwreck hasn't been posted. I went back a couple years ago and the forums were pretty much run by 25-40-year olds.

>>78902
>>118379
Oh jesus fuck, I was a dev for this right around the time Scene was becoming popular and so was the stupid coon-tail scene mullet. After a ton of requests a made a really shitty scene mullet mesh so everyone and their mom bought it. It was terrible but I made a ton of money until Asian devs started taking over.

>>79269
Part of me would totally give up today's moeblobs and idorus for early 2000s anime, even if we have to deal with ecchi harems again.

>>79407
I wish Evanescence didn't work its way into cringey nostalgia territory. I still kinda like Amy Lee's voice and the style of some of their songs, I just hate the lyrics.

>>80849
I still love this movie to pieces.

>>82956
I remember when she was performing live and something happened with the pre-recorded audio and people laughed about it for months.

>>119474
Def not exclusive to britfags. I and another girl both had one of those stupid pink pajama sets, and the makeup, playboy bunny shit, pants with writing on the ass, and whale-tails were all commonplace in middle school (11-13 year olds).

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>uh oh!
ICQ chat

>>117802
I remember hearing rumors Tatu was supposed to get an anime, forever waiting

>>118276
I'll never forget trying to download some horror movie off LW and it turned out to be How High. I liked WinMX better.

>>78368
>>78370
holy shit I loved these and Littlest Petshop.

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>>120504
It was supposed to be called Tatu Paragate.
I was so looking forward to it. What a great art style. Shame that it never happened and we only got the shitty animesque 3D music video (to Gomenasai, I think).

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>>120461
00s tv

No. 120511

>>118289
Late reply but OMG I remember this. I used to play it all the time and every time my pony left I'd get empty nest syndrome lol. Ngl I prefer this generation of MLP rather than the current one.

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>>120507
Yes.

>>120463
Thank you so much anon.

No. 120524

>>77884
Holy fuck, why did I get rid of these.

No. 120525

>>77890
Fuck yes Australia.
Every wet day in primary school we'd watch this. This or Behind the News.

No. 120528

>>120525
Australian kids shows were something else, this one scared me so bad but I loved it so much.

Does anyone remember the name of the show where those American kids go to a vet/wildlife clinic in Australia for an exchange program and it's about their life?

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>>120528

aged britfag here.

I used to watch a show called 'Round the Twist' in the early 90s. It was about a bunch of Australian kids that lived in a lighthouse and spooky shit always used to happen to them.

There was one episode in particular that I remember in which a girl bought a dead fox-pelt back to life by feeding it lemons from a spooky lemon tree growing in the yard. It was kinda fucked up

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>>120542

Also, Johnson & friends. It made me feel really uncomfortable

No. 120562

>>120528
I started getting into this show when I caught it on a rerun years ago.

I have no fucking idea what it was about.

>>120542
mah nigga.
I watched this too. But I think I caught the next gen series. The one with the dad and 3 kids.

No. 120567

>>77890
>>120542
i fucking hated this show it traumatized me and gave me nightmares for years
>>120528
this show gave me anxiety and made me feel sick
>>77900
omg i remember these i had the golden retriever one :^( anyone remember the spyro game mcdonalds toys?

the only good australian show i remember that i liked was hi5, that shit was my fucking religion also humphrey bear but damn did i fucking love hi5 the official channel also uploaded the old eps with original group earlier this year

No. 120572

>>120567
we had Hi 5 in the US on Discovery Kids.
May the theme song play forever inside my head.

I also loved Brum. Especially the theme song.

No. 120574

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So a lot of us have been talking about old virtual pet/avatar social sites that we miss. Also many of us want to make online friends but don't feel comfortable enough to use the Friend Finder thread.

Why not kill two birds with one stone and find a virtual world we can all met up in?

We wouldn't have to reveal our real identities for anyone to creep on and we would all have the common interest of the site to talk about.

No. 120576

>>120567
I had Hi5 too even though I'm not even an Ausfag. Good times.

>>120542
This was on some channel that played really old kids' shows. Never made sense.
Catchy theme song, though.

No. 120579

>>79298
i got one of these as a present once. said a password, forgot it, and i don't think i was ever able to open it again

No. 120581

>>77435
this is everything

>>77404
seconding. i'm obsessed w this blog, their twitter is good too @pcd2009

No. 120582

>>120574
club penguin is getting a reboot and I want to know if the old sites getting taken down, a vanilla style tribute party must happen.

No. 120583

>>77529
>>77606

Lmao, this thread brings back so many memories. i'm an oldfag and i remember being friends with kaka and dakota on there. when they had that shitty striped and spotted hair and put out new "photoshoots" every week of like, pictures their mom took of them in front of some random painted wall.

and when they sold those shitty diamond/bat necklaces!! $40 for some flimsy plastic necklace on a shitty chain with some rhinestones glued on it

No. 120584

>>120574

Fucking WhyVille was my life.

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No. 120588

>>120574
I like this idea.

No. 120590

Here's a memory for you all.
I remember there once being this children's show that was honestly pretty weird. There we're two mouse looking people (or they were this really weird grey-blue color) and this magic black lady. The things I remember the most is that there was an episode about hearing and how if you cupped your ears you could hear farther. So they took like random shit and put it behind their ears and they were like "Woooow I can hear so muuch!"
Second thing I remember is about the magic black lady, she was chubby, and when she would go away she would snap in a square shape and disappear. Fairly certain there was a running joke about no one else being able to do it, despite attempting to.
I don't know what the fuck it was, and I still can't find it no matter what I look up. Maybe I had like a drug trip when I was 5 because it was fucking wild. If anyone else knows what the fuck I'm talking about, please fucking tell me. I feel insane for remembering this shit.

No. 120597

I was obsessed with Trashylife, I use to write it all over my books at school and had a folder dedicated to Zui and Audrey.

No. 120601

This ones for the canadian kids.

No. 120638

>>120582
>>120584
>>120588
Okay, the way I see it we have three options.

1. An old nostalgic website
Pro:Relive your childhood, Will be mostly adults, We already know how to play
Cons: You can't fucking swear, Almost no if any updates, The site is empty and dying

2. A new knock-off of a childhood website
Pros: Familiar gameplay, New updates, Maybe other adults…
Cons: Or it is filled with kids, Still will be banned for saying shit, These kind of sites tend to get abandoned

3. A newer virtual world website
Pros: New content, If it's made for adults we can say whatever we darn feel like, Hopefully a fresh experience
Cons: Gameplay may get boring quickly, Might be filled with teen edgelords and "hackers", free to play but pay to have fun

No. 120645

>>120574
Habbo tho!

No. 120646

>>119474
I had so many zipper vest tops and pink bondage trousers - I was 8 and punk AF.

No. 120647

>>83122
I remember one of mine jumped off a cliff and committed suicide.

No. 120649

>>78391
I have the orange and pink Furby carry backpacks - I also have two furbies back home. Fun times.

No. 120675

>>120146
I vaguely remember these, but my thing back in the gay were the Generation Girls line. For some reason I loved these dolls and I collected every single one. I probably still have them somewhere.

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No. 120702

>>120679
Rule of Rose is better, anon

No. 120721

>>120702
aaah, rule of rose. such a pretty game. had i have known that it was so rare, i would have never sold my copy back to gamestop. i remember the fighting in that game being such a pain in the ass though. still loved it regardless.

No. 120723

>>120587
>no!! that's when spongebob stopped being funny iirc, right as the movie came out
funny you say that, cause i think the original director called quits right after the movie, but the rest of the people wanted to sign a 10-20? year contract with nickelodeon anyway.

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can't believe no one's mentioned msn chat. i used to talk to my friends on here all the time in like 2006

No. 120730

>>120724
I miss msn so much, the knockoffs don't really work or are full of spyware.

No. 120734

>>120724
I remember listening to music full volume then my friends would spam nudge me. It would scare the fuck out of me.

No. 120738

Winamp anyone?

No. 120739

>>120738
It really whipped the llama's ass

No. 120800

>>120724
I miss MSN so bad. Everyone I know has moved over to Facebook Messenger and it's just never going to be the same. I remember the joy I used to feel when someone signed in.

Also liked how you could make your own little emoticons using your own gifs, I made so many.

No. 120845

>>120738
speaking of winamp;
does anyone remember winamp radio? specifically the homebrew radio stations that you could search for?
i used to listen to weeby anime stations and pop stations that were run by like college kids who bought a winamp server.

on the flipside of that there was the winamp tv stations! i wish i could remember this very specifc stations's name, but either way it would stream entire tv shows all day every day on its various channels. i enjoy it so much i ended up paying for a sub to get instant access/reserved viewing for 5 dollars a month.

it's a very fond memory of mine loafing around in bed watching Harvey Birdman Attorney at Law, Mythbusters, CSI and P&T Bullshit, etc etc on loop back in high school. (i didn't have cable so it was fortuitous for my teenage brain to veg out to something other than pbs kids)

No. 120962

The word "gay" being used as an insult (as in "you're/that's lame). 2000's right there.

No. 121011

>>120638
I went through the thread and the most mentioned were Neopets, Habbo, and myvmk.

Whyville, Club Penguin, Gaia Online, and imvu were brought up too.

So want to try any of these or something simular?

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Bebo was a huge one for me, I loved it so much.

No. 121036

This is my favorite School House Rock. It makes me happy that I had teachers during school that showed these. I also have a dvd with all of them on it.

No. 121041

>>121034

Oh god Bebo was crawling with emos and the themes are shit

No. 121042

>>120800

Awwww oh god I was an MSN fan too and yeah I used to freak out but it died when Facebook happened tbh

no one was on msn when it came to the end tbh

No. 121043

>>120437

OH MY CHRIST

I remember this causing a shit storm in the news about girls selling themselves online or some shit

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>>121041
Bebo famous scene/emo kids weren't as well know as the MySpace ones, I can only remember Bee Pirate H00ker off the top of my head and the themes could really be utter trash lol

No. 121076

that early to mid 00's typing style with two ampersands

something && something

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>>120800
>Also liked how you could make your own little emoticons using your own gifs, I made so many.

I remember people naming custom emoticons with words or letters so they would replace actual words and make messages unreadable.

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>>121081
like this

No. 121087

>>78368
I'm 26 and I still have all mine in the huge pink house.

No. 121088

>>78452
Anyone know of any marshmallows that would be similar? They were so unique tasting.

No. 121092

>>121081
>>121083
i miss this so much, this is so much better than shitebook

Is there anyone who's remade it or a way to get it to work now? I would 100% go back to this if I could.

No. 121105

>>78368
shit lol, i still have some kitty in my pocket (and a few dog) toys now but i got them around like 2008 so dunno if it counts for 90s nostalgia, my favourite one is the cat with a wizard hat and wand

No. 121131

Like Harry Potter, Neopets was ridiculed by radical christians.

http://www.crossroad.to/Q&A/Toys-Games/neopets.htm

Scooby-Doo is very dangerous too apparently.

No. 121139

>>83771
Crazy bones

No. 121146

This, Funeral by Arcade Fire and Crimson by Alkaline Trio were my go-to middle school CDs

No. 121158

fuck i love this thread

No. 121161

>>121131
There are good secular reasons to oppose the brain rotting effects of p2w browser games.

No. 121205

Anyone else used Piczo? or any french (or French-Canadians) know about pouchon? I fucking hated both websites, but everyone enjoyed it, so!

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>>78412
>>78802
Oh god, I loved the one about the twins. I think that's probably the book that I've read the most in my life.

No. 121262

>>121205
Yep! Before even that I was using Tripod as a website for my Neopets guild. I made some Dolls and banners and posted html codes for them. Looking back it was pretty impressive for a 10-11 year old

>tfw my parents told me it isn't a real hobby

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>>120140
I LOVED JUNIE B JONES. Oh my god, she was my favourite.
I also loved Jaqueline Wilson and Amelia Bedelia, with her ridiculous taking everything literally.

I just spent a good 10 minutes trying to remember the name of another similar series (pic related). Was anyone else into Abbey Hayes?