Rewind·Posted on Jun 28, 2013Mary-Kate And Ashley's Official Website Of The Early 2000s Will Make You Go WOWIn 2002, it was AOL's #1 kid website.by Leonora EpsteinBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink OK. These facts are blowing my mind. How times have changed. Here's what it was like being a Mary-Kate and Ashley fan with an Internet connection. mary-kateandashleyimages.com Screenshots are courtesy of The Wayback Machine. (Which means sometimes images don't always display. But you'll still get an idea of what it looked like.) The website featured a broad range of Olsen fan stuff, but also chat rooms, fashion tips, and lifestyle pieces. Today's fitness tip? Do exercises in the bathtub. Here's a list of fashion tips...let's explore that third one, shall we? VERY IMPORTANT OLSEN FASHION TIP: WALK AROUND WITH YOUR WALKMAN Another fashion tip about colors: "Have a friend hold different colors up to your face and ask which colors look best for you." There was a Q&A section where the twins would actually respond to your questions! They were also e-commerce pioneers! Look at this cool online store. Beach balls with the click of a mouse! So easy. Or you could get this really cool necklace. Obvi, enter this Pizza Hut sweepstakes. Um, wut? And an interview with Gavin Rossdale? (The twins also apparently had a Q&A with R.L. Stine, but it was in a video format that appears to have vanished.) web.archive.org Here's the 2001 site map. So much fun! And here's what happens when you try to go to mary-kateandashley.com today... It redirects you to the Olsenboye, the J.C. Penney line they designed. Although it appears they've stopped this project as the 2012 collection has come and go.