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21 Ancient Artifacts That You Definitely Had At Some Point

So many AOL free trial discs.

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1. A rewards card from Borders, the legendary bookstore that's gone, but not forgotten.

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2. A plastic bag from Mervyn's, the glorious department store that met its demise in 2008.

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3. Some clothes from Anchor Blue, the store that served up several back to school looks for folks in the '90s and '00s.

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4. A Blockbuster membership card, which was a necessity during the VHS era.

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5. Or, a Blockbuster Rewards card for the dedicated gamers and movie buffs, who spent boatloads of time and money in the video store.

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6. Or, a Hollywood Video card, for people who liked to keep their rental store options open.

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7. An AOL free trial disc offering a chunk of hours ~free~.

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8. A paper cup with this very '90s design.

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9. A Coke Card, which used to earn soda lovers perks for buying pop.

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10. A View-Master with some thin, cardboard discs that you could binge through.

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11. A classic Playskool flashlight that could shine clear, red, or green light.

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12. Some fruit and vegetable magnets that, for some reason, everyone's grandparents had on their refrigerator.

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13. A Tiger handheld game that provided a lot of entertainment, particularly on long car rides.

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14. Any of the Full House books that delivered extra doses of Stephanie and Michelle to everyone who couldn't get enough from the show.

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15. An orange Nickelodeon VHS tape.

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16. A bag of the greatest fruit snack of all time, Amazin' Fruit. Bonus points if it's got a '90s movie promotional theme to it.

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17. A glass mug from McDonald's promoting something back in the day, whether it be The Flintstones, or Batman Forever.

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18. Some yellow, blue, and orange Fisher-Price roller skates, which seemingly everyone had.

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19. Some HitClips to have minute-long jam sessions to.

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20. Some Little Golden Books with movie and television tie-ins.

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21. And finally, Golden Sound Story books, in case the visual wasn't enough and you needed audio snippets too.

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