1. On the Line, the rom-com that starred Lance Bass and Joey Fatone from NSYNC:

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2. The Girls Gone Wild infomercial that played late at night and featured Real World cast members:

3. Los Lonely Boys’ “Heaven”…

4. …and Sting’s “Desert Rose,” which used to be played nonstop:

5. Flip phones that had an antenna you needed to pull out:

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6. For Dummies instructional books:

8. Apple’s Genius Bar that featured black and white photos of old famous celebs, scientists, athletes, etc.:

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9. The Pepsi promotion that gave away free iTunes downloads:

10. Expensive iPod cases that cost almost as much as an iPod:

11. Happy Bunny T-shirts:

12. Debbie Downer from SNL:

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13. And SNL‘s “The Ambiguously Gay Duo” (who were voiced by Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell):

14. History Channel shows that sprung up because of the popularity of The Da Vinci Code:

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15. The magazine racks at Borders that had bright fluorescent under lighting:

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16. The signs that Borders would put up to announce authors who were coming in for signings:

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17. Taking selfies with flip phones:

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18. The Family Guy ringtones you would buy from Jamster:

19. Winamp players:

20. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s tween line that they sold at Walmart:

21. Encarta CD-Roms (which was always a lifesaver):

22. Got Milk? ads:

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23. The Education Connection commercial jingle:

25. Bumpits:

26. Groovy Chick products:

27. Philadelphia Cheesecake Snack Bars:

28. Blockbuster’s “No more late fees” campaign (which was a last-ditch effort to compete with Netflix):


29. Portable DVD players:

30. The Producers being the biggest show around:

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31. Multi-disc CD player boom boxes that even came with remotes:

32. Soda logos that looked like this on vending machines:

33. The iPod dog — that everyone wanted at some point:

34. TBS’s delightful Dinner & Movie:

35. MTV’s Rich Girls:

36. And MTV’s Date My Mom (which was the most awkward dating show):

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