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    24 Things Genzennials Haven't Thought About In YEEEEARS


    1. These bad boys that made every elementary school math class slightly more tolerable:

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    2. SHARK BITES!!!

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    3. Playing games on your LeapFrog LeapPad during long, not-fun car rides:

    4. Obviously, you remember the hype around the Scholastic Book Fair:

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    5. And trading in your KinzCash for some home decor at the Webkinz Curio Shop:


    6. Watching your parent print out MapQuest directions for how to get you to your travel soccer game:

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    7. Playing with the ever-satisfying Bristle Blocks!!!!!!

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    8. Logging on to your family computer and *carefully* picking out your icon:

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    9. Pretending to give yourself shots via mechanical pencil:

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    10. Making shadow puppets whenever your teacher whipped out the ol' projector:

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    11. This sassy-ass bunny:

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    12. This commercial for ToonTown that seemingly ran 14/7 on Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network:

    13. These lil' shiny rainbow lizards!!!!!!!!

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    14. The criiiiiiiiinkly feeling of opening a VHS tape:

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    15. The tiny plastic treasure chests school nurses gave out whenever you lost a tooth:

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    16. Playing Cooking Mama and then craving some nice juicy virtual tomato slices:


    17. These blocks that were basically baby's first foray into the mathematical headache that is geometry:

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    18. Repeatedly writing out "dojob" on your homework and then feeling creative when you turned them into faces:

    19. The heinous original YouTube app icon you had on your iTouch:


    20. Reading Miss Nelson is Missing! and HAAAAATING Viola Swamp:

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    21. These lil' robo-doggo thingies!!!!!

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    22. These cardboard blocks that every pediatrician had in their waiting room:

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    23. Zoobooks, yet another pediatrician waiting room staple:


    24. And lastly, drawing this landscape for the fourteenth time and getting offended when your parents didn't hang it up on the fridge again:

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