Stuff From 00’s That Is Never Coming Back (34 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       12 Sep 2019       4070      

When Lance Bass thought he could join the Russian Space Program and become a cosmonaut:

Jessica Simpson released a line of edible body lotions and beauty products:

Those nature sounds CD display cases at Target that always had like three that didn't even work:

Those annoying and terrifying rat-hamster monsters that sang about their love of Quiznos:

P. Diddy proclaiming how Proactiv kept his skin "sexy":

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iPods that came in those giant cube boxes:

The standing iPods chargers that came with a huge plug:

Kristen Wiig playing "Dr. Pat" on the hoax reality show The Joe Schmo Show:

Cargo, which was the male version of Lucky magazine (RIP both):

The "Got Milk?" commercial that featured The Avengers:

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Jennifer Lopez's restaurant, Madre's:

That Shirley Temple DVD collection commercial that — seriously — played every five minutes on Cartoon Network:

Grocery stores that jumped on the Atkins Diet trend and sold nothing but low-carb food:

Sarah Jessica Parker as the spokesperson for the Gap:

SNL's "TV Funhouse" ⁠— which was always the best thing about any episode:

Steve & Barry's stores, that sold eerily-cheap clothing and accessories:

Those "Free Winona [Ryder]" T-shirts:

Kool Stuff Oreo toaster pastries, which tasted like next-level Oreos:

Joe Millionaire, which was another reality show about tricking people:

Hilary Duff's tween line — Stuff by Hilary Duff — which was sold at Target:

ALF who appeared in a bunch of commercials for long-distance provider 10-10-220:

VideoNow, which was really the HitClips of video players:

Bumpits — which was for anyone trying to get hair to look somewhere between Snooki and Amy Winehouse:

This dinosaur mascot that was really into Kraft Macaroni & Cheese:

These Old Navy shopping bags (usually filled with dollar flip-flops and bootcut jeans):

The Fantanas, who could've totally been a real girl group:

Libby Lu, which was the SPOT for tween girl birthday parties:

Removing your car radio's faceplate so that no one could steal it:

Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert's hilarious "Even Stevphen" segment on The Daily Show:

"Make 7-Up Yours!" 7-Up campaign that starred Orlando Jones:

DVDs that came in cardboard cases and had a double-sided DVD (one side for full-screen and the for widescreen):

Catherine Zeta-Jones (who really delivered the "Get more" tagline) as the spokesperson for T-Mobile:

The old-school Windows Media Player that had the most mesmerizing screensavers:

Family Guy ringtones you had to text to get and also pay for:



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