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    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.*

    1. The silver paper bag Corn Pops used to come in.

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    2. The look (and smell) of old school Bath & Body Works products.

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    3. The foil wrapping that Crunch bars used to be wrapped in.

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    4. These different shaped Crayola stamp markers.

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    5. The offerings to customize your cellphone, from ringtones to wallpapers.

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    6. The red pistachios that used to exist.

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    7. The designs on different brands of blank VHS tapes.

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    8. The bulky old packaging Extra gum used to come in.

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    9. The scented doll food that legitimately smelled fruity.

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    10. The days of folded-up, hand-written notes.

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    11. The Scantron tests that you carefully penciled in answers to.

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    12. The packaging your disposable camera photos came in when they were developed.

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    13. The old Columbia House clubs trying to sell you CDs and cassettes.

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    14. The old Chips Ahoy packaging, and the claims of "1,000 chips in every bag!"

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    15. The old look of a bag of Doritos.

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    16. The old McDonald's drive-thru aesthetic.

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    17. The case filled with plastic coverings to hold your beloved CD collection.

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    18. The OG fidget spinner that you could make with a pencil and ruler.

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    19. The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers morpher toy that came with coins.

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    20. The massive flashbulb some old-school cameras had.

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    21. Gateway computers in a cow-print box.

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    22. The thoroughly enjoyable computer games provided by Humongous Entertainment.

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    23. The old look of a packet of Kool-Aid.

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    24. The thick leather cases for clunky cell phones.

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    25. The tin cans that Band-Aids used to come in.

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    26. And the red string that some Band-Aids had to help open them.

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    27. And finally, the different colored toilet paper options that used to be a thing.

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