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    30 Things From The '90s You've Probably Forgotten About

    These will make you go, "Ohhhh yeahhhh."

    1. Bugle Boy Jeans


    2. Hit Clips like this

    What is the point of this? You only hear it in one ear?

    3. Bubble Beepers

    Completely useless. Just like regular beepers.

    4. Crayola Art Studio 2

    5. B*Witched

    This Irish import's one U.S. hit was very, very catchy.

    6. Bath & Body Works' "Art Stuff" line

    Glitter lotion! Gimme! Gimme!

    7. Cinn-a-Burst gum

    They have "flavor crystals" whatever that means.

    8. Vitamin C

    Oh my goodness, that hair.

    9. The Just Nikki catalog

    10. Jimmy Kimmel on Win Ben Stein's Money

    11. The girl group 702 and their single, "Where My Girls At?"

    12. Ethan Embry

    Oh my god, you know, the kid from Can't Hardly Wait? I love you.

    13. Dharma & Greg

    14. Puppy in My Pocket

    15. UPN

    Remember this network?

    16. Weinerville

    Did anyone else find this Nickelodeon show creepy?

    17. The Amelia's Notebook series

    More for girls coming of age in the late '90s.

    18. Bra strap headbands

    19. The WB show, Popular

    OMG remember Leslie Bibb? This show was short-lived and started in 1999.

    20. Loréal's Rouge Pulp

    If you had the blue one, you're my hero.

    21. Na Na

    This store was bigger on the east and west coasts, but you might remember the logo/look because they advertised in the back of every Sassy.

    22. Ear cuffs

    23. The shoe and clothing line, 26 Red Sugar

    Available via the Delia's catalog!

    24. String Thing

    25. Craft Loops

    Neon potholders for all!

    26. Watch rings

    27. Jesse Camp

    Brenda Chase/Online USA, Inc.

    Why? Just...why???

    28. Curly Sue (1991)

    29. MTV's The Cut

    Kind of like American Idol except way, way, way more amateur.

    30. Nickelodeon's time capsule

    They buried this in 1992 and the important artifacts inside included a VHS of Home Alone and a Hammer CD.

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