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    18 Trends From The Turn Of The Millennium That You've Already Forgotten About

    Two words: Glitter. Tattoos.

    1. Asymmetric haircuts AND colored streaks, together:

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    Always together.

    2. Sunglasses with clear lenses, like the ones J.Lo wears in the "Love Don't Cost A Thing" music video:

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    3. Pants that unzipped into shorts, of course:

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    TBH, this technology was ahead of its time.

    4. Flip phones:

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    Taking selfies was so hard back then!

    5. Lots of acrylic and colored plastic:

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    We thought we were on some Jetsons-type shit, didn't we?

    6. And lots of neon, especially neon green:

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    7. And LOTS of silver:

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    It made everything feel so tech-y and new:

    8. Tanning beds:

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    Why did we do this to ourselves??

    9. Colorful and/or transparent hardware:

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    So chic.

    10. The possibility of making video calls:

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    11. Being wowed by that new internet thing:

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    12. Nike Shox:

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    Show of hands if you had these.

    13. Lava lamps:

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    Don't lie; this was on your holiday wish list, wasn't it?

    14. Pierced belly buttons:

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    Thanks, Britney.

    15. Inflatable backpacks:

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    16. Glitter tattoos:

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    Thanks, Xtina.

    17. Henna tattoos:

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    H/T Madonna.

    18. And of course, literally anything that had to do with The Matrix:

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    Honestly? The best part of 1999.

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    This post was translated from Portuguese.