18 Commercials No Millennial Will Ever, Ever Be Able To Forget
Let's take a trip down memory lane.
We've come such a long way since the very simple, very popular, very 2000s iPod silhouette commercials.
It seemed like every month there was a new Kidz Bop album coming out.
And every week there was a new Now That's What I Call Music CD.
The ~suggestive~ Shake Weight commercial, uh, shook things up every time it aired.
You knew when the Education Connection commercial started that you were about to hear a BOP! This girl was an icon tbh.
And there were always the J.G. Wentworth opera sing-alongs for those with a ~finer~ taste in music.
Name a more iconic duo. I'll wait.
Apparently what we needed most in the early '00s was the Shirley Temple box set from the 1930s.
Who could ever forget the confusing, controversial, and borderline TV-MA-rated GoDaddy.com commercials?
The campy Zoo Pals commercials made us want them not for their intended purpose, but because the plates were animals and life was simpler back then.
Huntington Learning Center commercials made you think that bad grades were the cause of broken homes.
The unintentionally funny Above the Influence commercials taught us that the side effects of marijuana included deflation.
The "How Many Licks?" commercials made us count our licks every time we enjoyed a Tootsie Pop.
It's admirable that the FreeCreditReport.com guys always had such positive attitudes that they could SING about their financial struggles.
The Uncle Majic, The Hip Hop Magician, commercials were memorable mostly because you had to adjust the volume on the TV every time they came on.
The serves from the Bumpits commercials were a major part of fashion and style history.
The commercials for The Ultimate Love Songs Collection made you wake up in a daze at 3 a.m. because you'd left the TV on.
And lastly, no one could forget the enthusiastic salesman from the ShamWow commercials.
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