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    32 Extremely Specific Things Every Single Millennial Hasn't Thought About In YEARS

    I completely forgot.

    1. That absolutely terrifying Honeycombs mascot:

    2. The Handy Dandy Notebook from Blue's Clues:

    3. What iTunes used to look like:

    4. And the hours you spent organizing album artwork:

    5. What the YouTube app used to look like:

    6. The rush you got from buying a soda and looking under the cap:

    7. Those flipping dogs that you'd always play with in a K·B Toys but never buy:

    8. The trials and tribulations of Stoop Kid:

    9. Seeing this logo right after you watched your favorite show:

    10. The original foil packaging Kit Kats came in:

    11. A little duo named Prometheus and Bob:

    12. Finally getting games on your calculator and never paying attention once again:

    13. Ask MFin' JEEVES:

    14. The ORIGINAL emojis:

    15. The U2 iPod:

    16. Big-ass towers designed specifically to hold CDs:

    17. Spending way too long reading the lyric book of every one of those CDs:

    18. That one beer drinking app everyone got when they first bought an iPhone:

    19. Watching Dinner and a Movie on TBS in between whatever totally decent movie they were playing that night:

    20. The old restart screen on a Windows XP:

    21. Pierre Escargot teaching you French:

    22. Those lying fish shampoos that promised you "no tears":

    23. The helicopter game:

    24. Those 25-year-old Muzzy commercials that played every single day during cartoons:

    25. Those cute lil' bug boxes:

    26. Accessing Facebook on a flip phone before everyone had smart phones:

    27. That big slightly unnerving head from Figure It Out:

    28. Fruitopia, the drink that never got a fair shake:

    29. That one berries and cream Starburst commercial everyone quoted:

    30. The original, very hardcore Cherry Coke logo:

    31. Stick Stickly, in all his stick glory:

    32. And those Myspace surveys everyone from your school thought showed how deep a person they were: