33 Things Everyone Between The Ages Of 24 And 31 Knows
What happened to Mya?
All the words to "All Star."
Most of the words to "Summer Girls."
The cultural impact of Mya.
The lyrical genius of "Get Low."
The pure joy of screaming the lyrics to “Get Low,” particularly “the sweat drop down my balls, all these bitches crawl,” at school dances and/or social functions.
Michelle Branch's relevancy.
The importance of Ashanti.
The importance of an Ashanti and Ja Rule duet.
The hysteria over t.A.T.u. being Russian lesbians.
The hysteria that happened when we found out that t.A.T.u. were fake lesbians.
The roller coaster of emotions that went into burning a CD.
The struggle of deciding how to fill 80 minutes on a CD.
Realizing you burned a new CD just for one or two songs, listening to that CD, and skipping the other 15 tracks you’re already sick of.
The pleasure of illegally downloading music, leaving it overnight, and having it successfully download by morning.
The anguish of illegally downloading music, leaving it overnight, and seeing that it “timed out” or some shit by morning.
The anguish of going to Blockbuster only to find they ran out of the new release you wanted.
When people said “here” like “herre” because of Nelly.
When people said "there" like "thurr" because of Chingy.
The rush of being able to go on AIM Express at school.
The importance of documenting your every move on your AIM away message.
How good it felt to scream all the words to “Hollaback Girl."
Same with “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield.
And now that you're thinking of "Unwritten," you're thinking of The Hills.
And now that you're thinking of The Hills and "Unwritten," you're probably thinking of “Come Clean” and Laguna Beach.
The fear of the black-light test on Room Raiders.
The mindless pleasure of rating people on "Hot or Not."
The random-ass time period over two to three years where everyone cared about the Simpson family.
The jealousy you felt when your friend got a flip phone.
The aggression you felt toward your parents when they picked up the phone while you were using the internet.
The blissful feeling of hearing this commercial.
The joy of passive-aggressively putting shady lyrics in your AIM profile because you were mad at your friend.
Shadily leaving out one of your friends in your away message because you were mad at them.
And wanting to die when this happened to your computer.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF