You probably still wish you could decorate your walls with FHM posters.
When you moved someone down in your Top 8.
*Burns Juicy Couture tracksuit*
French Toast Crunch or Oreo O’s?!?!
What time does Blockbuster close?
~*~I’M NOT OKAY, I PROMISE.~*~
If you get a chills when watching this - you totally get it.
~class. practice. homework. LeAvE OnE.~
Calling all Marissa Cooper wannabes.
Can you prove you lived through the most fetch time to be a teen: the early ’00s?!
BCC saves lives. Or at least your sanity.
Chances are, you haven’t logged into your AOL account since you were seen sporting a monogrammed backpack and Sketchers. Cattie572 is back in action.
You were 12 years old, and you totally regret it now… or not.
Come on, you stupid 56k modem! Go faster! I gotta see who’s online!
“Gchat is the second lowest form of communication.” -Hannah Horvath, Girls
It’s crazy that people actually lived like this.
BRB Books imagines what would happen if your favorite literary characters were 13-year-olds on the internet.
Was it for AOL Instant Messenger, or Myspace, or maybe some messageboard? No matter what it was for though, I bet it was totally embarrassing and awesome.
Your Away Message, or my new favorite Twitter account, brings back all the painful memories of the times you had to leave your computer growing up. And it is spot on.
A few weeks ago Aol canned most of the AIM team. Including, apparently, the people who stop spam. (24/m/NYC, in case you were wondering.)
It’s bad enough that Aol’s IM service has been left for dead. Now Aol is resetting user passwords, and some people have no way to recover them.