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11 2000s Memes That Are Almost Too Real

This one is for those of you who grew up in the early 2000s. What a time, am I right?

Before there was Facebook, there was Myspace. Before there were iPhones, there were flip phones, and before there was a Switch, there was the Sims.

If you didn’t live it, you won’t get it. But for those who do, these 11 2000s memes might be almost too real for comfort.

1. Does this count as a second language?

43556!

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2. But also, inflatable furniture:

And my girl, Lizzie McGuire

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3. This is spot on:

Those stupid necklaces.

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4. Where you that bit*h?

Because I definitely was.

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5. You’ve been called out:

Sugar, we’re going down swinging.

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6. This was a mistake:

This never should have happened.

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7. Now THIS I remember:

Lip Smackers for life!

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8. Fergalicious:

Why am I only realizing now how creepy it is that she’s dressed as a Girl Scout?

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9. RIP Puppers:

I’m so sorry I forgot all about you until right this moment.

10. This kid:

Bernard “Beans” Aranguren. The most annoying.

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11. An iPod?! Wow!

HOW many songs did you say it holds?! Holy cow.

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I really did dance around my room like that with my fist iPod. Didn’t you?!

Sometimes I miss the simplicity of the 2000s. When my music player was just that, and not a tiny computer meant to be carried around at all times.

And I’m not sure anything will ever surpass Lisa Frank.

Although, I’m pretty ok with leaving inflatable furniture behind.

What was your experience like in the 2000s? Have fun? Hate it? Absolutely love it?

Let us know in the comments!