25 Iconic Party Anthems That Everyone Probably Knows

25 Iconic Party Anthems That Everyone Probably Knows

Get out your time machine. These songs will transport you back to your school dance days.


Let's throw it back to when we were little kids jamming out in our rooms. There are so many good "classics" that will make you miss your childhood, trust me. Whether you listened to these songs by yourself, at slumber parties, or at school dances, I know we all secretly love and miss these songs, whether or not we want to admit it.

1. "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus

2. The Black Eyed Peas - I Gotta Feeling (Official Music Video)

3. "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO

4. "Hey Ya!" by OutKast

5. "Down" by Jay Sean ft. Lil Wayne

6. "Give Me Everything" by Pitbull

7. "Yeah!" by Usher ft. Lil Jon

8. "Shots" by LMFAO

9. "Tik Tok" by Kesha

10. "Ayy Ladies" by Travis Porter ft. Tyga

11. "On The Floor" by Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull

12. "Gold Digger" by Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx

13. "Super Bass" by Nicki Minaj

14. "Dynamite" by Taio Cruz

15. "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" by Beyoncé

16. "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira

17. "Low" by Flo Rida ft. T-Pain

18. "Crank That (Soulja Boy) by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em

19. "Fergalicious" by Fergie

20. "Love Story" by Taylor Swift

21. "Girlfriend" by Avril Lavigne

22. "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson

23. "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani

24. "Circus" by Britney Spears

25. "Hot in Herre" by Nelly

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12 Things You Do As A Child That Stop Being Normal When You Grow Up

4. Consuming copious amounts of mac and cheese.


Growing up is hard enough, but adding the fact that 99% of what we do while growing up no longer being okay just makes it that much harder. Here are 12 things I wish adults were given a little extra leeway on, just like kids.

1. Walking up to strangers, and asking them to be your friend.


Hi, this is my best friend Sally. We met 5 minutes ago.

2. Wearing whatever you like, no matter the "fashion rules."


It's called fashun. Look it up.

3. Wanting ice cream for dinner, but, like, not having it...Cause you can do that as an adult. No one is stopping you.


I wanna get chocolate wasted.

4. Consuming copious amounts of mac and cheese.


Let's get real...

5. Watching cartoons, or even any "kid" show... Nobody's perfect, ya know.


I'll gladly enjoy my midnight Rugrats, thank you.

6. Not talking in certain situations.


Kids can always get away with being shy, or just not talkative, but when an adult doesn't know what to say, or even just doesn't want to talk- we need to "grow up" and get over it? When did forcing others to act a certain way become the norm? Why do we not teach a child to speak up, but rather condemn adults for not talking?

7. Sleeping with stuffed animals, baby blankets, the like.

Even Khloe Kardashian admits to loving her leopard print blankie, that she's had since she was young.

8. Being creative in any means we see fit.


Abstract macaroni art? Beautiful. Beaded necklace with no recognizable pattern? Amazing. Playdough statue in the shape of a... blob? gorgeous! Kids can be creative with any medium and create whatever they want with praise, but when adults are abstract and make you think with their art then they are "weird"??

9. Naps.


Sure, college KIDS get naps when we can, but once we are out of college and into that thing you all call the "real world"... naps will be no more. We will be expected to get up, go to work, come home, cook, clean, etc... and without ANY naps! Crazy...

10. Genuinely not knowing something.


As an adult, if you don't know a "common" fact, celebrity, tv show, song... the list goes on, then you're regarded as less intelligent, cultured, etc. Instead of teaching others when they don't know, we often make them feel less than, and honestly, that just isn't okay.

11. Having wild dreams.


Sure, adults talk about dreams they'd love to pursue, but how often are those adults being serious? How many have an actual plan? While children don't always know all of the specifics and often change their minds on their wildest dreams, kids easily talk about huge goals like they're nothing. I wish adults could discuss moving across the world or becoming a world-famous chef like it was a piece of cake.

12. Live relatively stress free.


Some kids don't get this luxury, but most adults are judged if they don't stress about things. If you don't worry about bills, the future, your job... anything, really. You're weird if you don't get stressed out by life. Kids aren't forced to feel the societal pressure to be worried about everything, and that helps drive their creativity, imagination, and happiness. We should bring more of that energy into adulthood.

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