10 Late 2000s Trends You Forgot Existed
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10 Late 2000s Trends You Forgot Existed

A trip down memory lane

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10 Late 2000s Trends You Forgot Existed

While you may find yourself feeling nostalgic every now and then and bopping to some 2000s music or looking at some old photos, here are some trends that are probably hiding in the darkest corners of your memory.

1. Mustaches

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2. Nutella

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Why were we so randomly obsessed with Nutella?

3. "I love boobies" Bracelets (and Other Merchandise)

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We really thought we were curing breast cancer.

4. iPod Touch

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These days, kids just skip on to iPhones and miss out on the thrill of getting that new 4th Generation iPod Touch.

5. Good Shows on Disney Channel

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It's the Friday afternoon and you're home from Elementary school. You turn on Disney Channel. True Friend by Hannah Montana comes on and you sing along as you think about your best friend. Life is good.

6. Tagging Your Friends on Facebook to Pics Like These

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7. Emo/Scene Culture

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It's not a phase mom. This is who I really am!

8. Silly Bandz

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We were so obsessed with these! We were trading them and had them all over our arms, and then a lot of schools ended up banning it, finally killing the iconic trend.

9. Twilight and the War Between Team Edward vs Team Jacob

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Which were you?

10. Typin Lyk Dis

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OMG do u remember typin lyk dis on ur Facebook wall? We were so kool.

Hope you enjoyed this long-forgotten trip down memory lane.

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