It’s an impossible experience to describe to someone; they just had to live it.
You’d rush home (a little panicky) to feed your Tamagochi, Nano Baby, or Giga Pet because you weren’t allowed to have them at school.
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Flipping through magazines like YM or Teen People obsessing over the flawlessness of Mischa Barton, Lindsay Lohan, and Tara Reid.
Hand-me-downs applied just as much to Halloween costumes as they did to everyday clothing.
If your friend said, “I have this hilarious video to show you,” it did not mean opening the YouTube app on their phone and instantly playing it for you. It meant going to websites like eBaum’s World, clicking on a video, and finding something else to do for 45 minutes while it loaded.
Having company in the form of Clippy from Microsoft Word while you wrote a 5 paragraph essay on your “favorite summer memory.” And then getting super annoyed because Clippy would never shut the fuck up.
These kids weren’t even alive yet when Friends started. And when it ended, they were only about 7 or 8.
The kissy-face emoji wasn’t a thing. Instead, if you liked someone, you coordinated a group hangout at the movies where everyone got dropped off in minivans. You’d ignore each other for the first twenty minutes, and then find common ground over how HILARIOUS this Fat Albert movie was.
Hart’s career in Hollywood has not been fruitful; in 2000 she had a small part in The Specials as “Sunlight Grlll,” where she played an unpopular superhero on her day off. The film was given an “R” rating for language. She also starred in a B-horror movie called Nine Dead in 2009, which had trouble finding a distributor. Most of her career in movies has been limited to TV productions with titles like Dirt Bag and Hollywood in Handcuffs.