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20 Statements You Haven't Heard Since You Were A Kid That'll Flood Your Brain With Memories

Growing up, there are always phrases that are pretty specific to the time period. It's the same for every generation. There's always those statements that seem so relevant at the time, but looking back it feels ridiculous. Think about it, our parents didn't have flat screen TVs, a Nintendo, or the internet, those only became popular when we were kids. We are really lucky to have grown up in the time that we did, because we have gotten to experience the insanely fast technological advances that have been going on. Remember your first internet experience? You can probably still hear

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20 Songs You Always Listened To On Your Discman That You Haven't Thought About Since

There really is no other way to put this, if you remember these songs you are definitely getting closer to 30+, than you are to 21. There are songs on this list that we wish we could forget, and the younger generation should be glad that they never had to live through a time where these were blasting on car radios. But some of these hits bring back memories of simpler times, handing out with our friends, doing things we enjoyed before we had to start "adulting".  1. Strong Enough - Cher Cher has been around forever. This isn't

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10 Songs That We Used To Cure Our Angst In The Early 2000s

Puberty hits everybody like a ton of bricks, and nobody moreso than teenage girls. School is a social nightmare when you're trying to figure out who you are as a person, and you have all these FEELINGS!Chances are, whenever life was getting you down, you went home, turned on one of these 10 songs, and let the tears just flow.Avril Lavigne - "Complicated"Seriously, why DID you have to go and make things so complicated? Avril's ode to teenage love and awkwardness was pretty emblematic of everyone's first relationships.My Chemical Romance - "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)

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We Now Know What M2M Has Been Up To Since The Day They Went Away

Many will argue that girl groups had their heyday in the early 60s, but as someone who grew up a few decades later, I believe that the 90s were the decade for female musical groups. From Spice Girls to TLC, all-girl bands were all the rage, and to this day, we still blast their songs and sing along at the top of our lungs. But while many delivered cheesy, bubblegum tunes that we all loved, there were some that stepped outside of the box, and brought something different to the table. Norwegian girl duo M2M were a perfect example.Compromised

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The Story Behind The Insane, Decade-Long Feud Between Eminem And Mariah Carey

Nothing attracts attention (and publicity) like a famous feud. The Hatfields and the McCoys, Sega and Nintendo, Kanye and 50 Cent, these public fights made everyone pick a side and defend their cause no matter what. But the strangest -and most intense - feud of all was the beef between rapper Eminem and pop star Mariah Carey in the early 2000s.Harpo Productions / FuseIt was the peak of both their careers when the two musicians started calling each other out publicly, which created a media firestorm. Ironically, it was a planned collaboration that first drove a wedge between the pair.

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A Party Just Wasn't A Party Without These 10 Jams From The 2000s

The early 2000s were a pretty good time to be a teenager. It was a transition time between the 90s (which were terrible for a lot of reasons) and the current culture that we have now (which needs no explanation). The house parties I went to in those years were pretty good, and we had some pretty good music to jam out to while we drank our sodas. And we all know that a party just wasn't a party without some great music. Here are 10 jams from the early 2000s that you would (and expect) to hear when you

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Josh Hartnett Was A Massive Star In The Early 2000s, So Why Haven't We Seen Him Since?

It seemed like Josh Hartnett was in every movie in the early 2000s, but now it's hard remember the last movie you saw him in. Touchstone PicturesWhere did he go? You probably remember him from the movie Pearl Harbor, where he played Captain Danny Walker, or Black Hawk Down as the character Eversmann. He has been in a lot of very successful movies, and was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the early 2000s. BravoSeriously, his IMDB page is just a big reminder of all the great things he's done. One of his first big movies was The Virgin SuicidesAmerican

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13 Reality Shows We Used To Obsess Over

If you flip on your TV right now and change to a random channel, odds are you'll land on a reality show.From cooking competitions with sappy personal stories, to home reno shows featuring sassy married couples, reality TV totally dominates the airwaves. But back when reality TV was still a novelty, we couldn't stop watching these 13 shows.1. Blind DateNBCTwo people go on a blind date, while cameras record them. The premise of this show is so simple, it's hard to believe nobody thought of it earlier. Okay, so there was a UK version, an Australian version, and

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15 Actors We Thought Were Destined For Fame, But We Literally Haven't Thought About Them Since

Just like music has "one-hit wonders", Hollywood has their own version when it comes to actors who make a huge splash on the big screen before disappearing into obscurity. You will likely recognize most of these artists for their iconic (or borderline iconic) roles, but find yourself wondering what ever happened to them.1. Dakota Fanning Indie WireDakota Fanning was a huge success as a child actor with staring roles in I Am Sam, War of the Worlds, Man on Fire, and Charlotte's Web. She hasn't been nearly as successful as an adult. After her appearances in the Twilight saga

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We All Remember That It Wasn't Him, But What Is Shaggy Up To Now?

He was the one and only Mr. Bombastic, and he managed to completely sweep the nation with his reggae style that we all loved, but where did Shaggy end up after the early 2000s? Well, first let's take a look at where he started.Shaggy was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and his real name is actually Orville Richard Burrell. He was raised by a single mother, and at 18 years old, they ended up moving to Brooklyn, New York. It was then that he decided to join the U.S. Marine Corps, which stationed him in North Carolina. AlchetronHe spent