23 Products From The 2000s That Will Make You Say, "I Totally Forgot I Asked For That"
Please, mom. I promise I won't ask for anything else if you get me this.
We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what gifts they begged their parents for in the 2000s. Here are some of the best results:
A Poo-chi dog, which really made you feel like you were in the 21st century.
A pair of Heelys so you could impress your crush at the mall.
A CD case that could fit ALL of your CDs.
A Nintendo DS so you could play New Super Mario Bros.
Zoo Tycoon, which you would let your sibling play with if they were being nice.
Dance Dance Revolution, so you wouldn't have to go over to your best friend's house every time you wanted to beat your score.
A digital camera to up your MySpace mirror pic game.
A Razr phone so you could pass your Nokia on down to your younger sibling.
And a Razor scooter...even if it would leave the most painful bruises ever on your ankle when it swung around.
Fib Finder, which, now that you think about it, was a pretty nerve-racking game.
A VideoNow so you could watch Spongebob or The Fairly Odd Parents on a really tiny screen.
An iPod — mini, shuffle, or nano (maybe even one with 4GB) — so you could listen to Good Charlotte, The Black Eyed Peas, or Stacie Orrico.
And an iDog, which connected to your iPod.
Every. Sims. Expansion. Pack. Ever. Created.
Toe socks...because normal socks didn't cut it anymore.
A Baby-G watch because you were trying to be more adult.
Literally every Wii game ever.
Clothes from Delias, which you kindly circled for your parents in the magazine.
Perfumes and colognes, like Clinique Happy.
Dream Life...for when you needed an alter ego.
Anything Juicy Couture so you could live that plush life.
Any Dessert makeup, perfume, or skincare products from the Queen of Chicken of the Sea, Jessica Simpson.
And finally, a buttload of Lip Smackers for every day of the week.
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