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Article: 12 memories for those that grew up in the 2000s watch

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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    No, I bypassed that awful age
    No, it's fantastic
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    (Original post by Imperion)
    No, it's fantastic
    Where's the -rep button when you need it
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Where's the -rep button when you need it
    Where's the - rep button when you don't need it
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    The good old days.

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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Don't mock Cesca for her age, 19 is the best age
    Thank you for defending me, your drinks are free from here to eternity in the bar.

    (Original post by Imperion)
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    Teehee.

    Do u even 16 m8?
    Changed my mind, no more free drinks for you!
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    Right in the feels.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Thank you for defending me, your drinks are free from here to eternity in the bar.

    Changed my mind, no more free drinks for you!
    But... :cry2:
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    aww i remember the pick n mix, woolworths was amazing
    those scoobies and crazy frog were so annoying tho

    even though i hardly count as a 90s kid (1998 here) i really feel sorry for those kids growing up today, ipads and smartphones and things just suck all of the imagination from life, bring back cardboard boxes and bionicles (not the hero factory-esq 2015 ones, the proper ones)

    EDIT: just realised it says 'noughties' not 90s
    u are right the pick n mix was top quality me and my bro ate it like 10 times a day swear down lol
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    (Original post by amykels)
    remember those gooey alien things? omg, tamagotchis and scoobies (way better than loom bands js). omg and school discos where the boys would spike their hair and girls would just cover themselves in glitter, that was the best. then you n your mates would dance to crazy frog and busted and mcfly and you had a dance routine to girls aloud...

    and omg, the tv. cbbc was the ****. raven and mona the vampire, ARTHUR, kerching, bamzooki, BASIL BRUSH, smile, the queens nose, watch my chops, get your own back, TRACY BEAKER... and then on citv youd fear for the lives of the people on jungle run and watch my parents are aliens at 5


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    yes!! nowadays all kids have are reality shows rather than good old cartoons on jetix like jakie chan, totally spies and tenn titans :moon: and jungle run was epic
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    Woolworth's pic-n-mix :moon:

    We used to bunk off of 5th lesson on Fridays, walk into town and see how many sweets we could physically cram into a £1.99 cup.

    Also; Limewire? WinMX

    Bebo - Too old for that. Myspace all the way. Also Facebook back when you had to have a university email address to even register! (just checked; I joined in April 2006 :eek:)
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    (Original post by James A)
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    Lol, Limewire - where every film was porn and every music track was porn
    And/or had a virus attached


    I remember attempting to download Big Momma's House 2 off Limewire... the similarities in the characters was there, but apart from that I wish I could unsee what I saw...
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    (Original post by Imperion)
    But... :cry2:
    No, the damage is done.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    No, the damage is done.
    But! Please ;-;
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    (Original post by Imperion)
    But! Please ;-;
    No.
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    There was a guy playing snake in one of my lectures the other day.
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    Ah, the Nokia 3310. When a mobile phone was a mobile phone and not a micro tablet / phablet. I think I had Snake on my ipad (or maybe my S4?) but it's not the same and nowhere near as good as the version on the Nokia.
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    Ahhh man, I wish I could relive all those years again, looking back now makes you realise just how awesome the time period was to be a kid in.

    Also all those shows like Digimon, Beyblade, DBZ, Samurai Jack, Pokemon, Beyblade, Shaolin Showdown, Ed Ed and Eddy, Dexter's Laboratory, Zack and Cody, Zoey 101, That's so Raven, even fecking high school musical!!

    Also when PES was the dominate football game back on the PlayStation 2.
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    Pretty sure I obtained every virus imaginable from Limewire. That feeling when downloading a song that turns about to be a donkey ****ing a girl.

    Downloaded Limewire Pro from Limewire, bet they didn't see that coming. :rofl:
 
 
 
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