22 Things From The 2000s That Will Give Anyone Serious Flashbacks

    Not going to lie, Disney Channel stars' fashions in the 2000s were a serve.

    Earlier today, Reddit user u/VentSauxe asked the AskReddit community: "What gives you 2000s nostalgia?"

    And, of course, lots of people chimed in with the things that take them back to that iconic decade. Here are some of the best responses that will totally be a Heelys skate down memory lane:

    1. "Watching George Lopez on Nick at Nite."

    2. "iPods with click wheels"

    3. "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater"

    4. "Old-school RuneScape. No matter how big it gets, it just won't be the same as it was in 2006."

    5. "The smell of that very specific plastic that jelly shoes are made of. Something about the smell of that clear plastic really brings me back to being a kid."

    6. "Good Charlotte"

    7. "Custom animated mouse cursors and obnoxious wallpaper on websites and little Midi Players with a random pop song."

    8. "Having a computer room."

    9. "The O.C."

    10. "Destiny’s Child is major 2000s vibe for me."

    11. "CRT TVs. I remember me and my girlfriend at the time used to watch her 21-inch TV from across her bedroom."

    12. "Disney stars wearing a skirt over jeans, a T-shirt over long sleeve shirt, or camisole over T-shirt; unnecessary layers of bright-colored clothes."

    13. "Butterfly hair clips"

    14. "Arthur. I know it didn’t come out in the 2000s. But I watched in the 2000s and [it] really takes me back to that time."

    15. "Linkin Park and Eminem. The peak sound of 2000s."

    16. "LimeWire"

    17. "Gotta love the Wii."

    18. "Bionicles. LEGO pushed that so hard in their monthly magazines that the lore became just as great as getting new sets."

    19. "The first three Guitar Hero games."

    20. "Motorola Razr hype."

    21. "Movies staring Josh Hartnett or Orlando Jones."

    22. "My Blockbuster card that’s still in my wallet. Ours closed around 2007."

    You can read the full thread of responses on Reddit.

    Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.