27 Things That've Truly Been Deeply Forgotten In Your Memory But Feel Like Stepping Into A Time Machine
*Now entering your brain's basement and dusting off memories.*
The silver paper bag Corn Pops used to come in.
The look (and smell) of old school Bath & Body Works products.
The foil wrapping that Crunch bars used to be wrapped in.
These different shaped Crayola stamp markers.
The offerings to customize your cellphone, from ringtones to wallpapers.
The red pistachios that used to exist.
The designs on different brands of blank VHS tapes.
The bulky old packaging Extra gum used to come in.
The scented doll food that legitimately smelled fruity.
The days of folded-up, hand-written notes.
The Scantron tests that you carefully penciled in answers to.
The packaging your disposable camera photos came in when they were developed.
The old Columbia House clubs trying to sell you CDs and cassettes.
The old Chips Ahoy packaging, and the claims of "1,000 chips in every bag!"
The old look of a bag of Doritos.
The old McDonald's drive-thru aesthetic.
The case filled with plastic coverings to hold your beloved CD collection.
The OG fidget spinner that you could make with a pencil and ruler.
The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers morpher toy that came with coins.
The massive flashbulb some old-school cameras had.
Gateway computers in a cow-print box.
The thoroughly enjoyable computer games provided by Humongous Entertainment.
The old look of a packet of Kool-Aid.
The thick leather cases for clunky cell phones.
The tin cans that Band-Aids used to come in.
And the red string that some Band-Aids had to help open them.
And finally, the different colored toilet paper options that used to be a thing.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF