Monday, 22 February 2016

18 Things Kids From The Noughties Will Remember

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I see these ' Things only nineties kids remember ' blog posts and lists all the time, well fun fact I wasn't a nineties kid! Although I was born in 1998 I didn't have much experience playing dream phone or applying Maybelline dream mousse foundation in three shades too dark however I did grow up in the early 2000's! And in this time, I saw a lot of crazes happen and disappear! This post is mainly based around 2000-2007 ish! So if you were a noughties kid then let's reminisce together!!!




1. Jacqueline Wilson- because if you never read one of her books, you didn't live.


2. Bop it- the most pointless but kind of addictive game ever

3. Dance mats- which had only like eight songs which were near impossible to complete.

4. Wii sports- because that was called high-quality entertainment back in 2006.

5. Pop party CD's- the ultimate selection of naff music played at every school disco

6. Girls Aloud- nope! Okay just me! I had like all their albums! 

7. The pink Nintendo DS- a real icon of the early 2000's for every girl.

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8. Bratz- why they existed I will never have a clue.

9. Really poor Play Station games- because going around your friends on a Saturday and playing tomb raider was apparently cool.

10. Disney Pixar- I'm talking Monsters inc, finding Nemo! Disney Pixar really upped their game, early 2000's. Same can't be said for Disney classics.

11. Tamagotchi- and then we all turn into pre-teen murders.

12. Really Crap DS games- I am talking imagine games, really rubbish racing games and games that you could never get past the third level.

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13. Computer games- because I am still part of the generation who grew up with having one computer in the house, with no internet which you proceeded to play minesweeper and paint on!

14. Tracy beaker-  the ultimate role model for all teenagers! Such a bae!

15. Mizz / shout / girl talk-  let's face it we only got them every fortnight because of the free gifts!

16. MSN- so when the internet did come along, we used to spend all our evenings on MSN changing
 our display names because you know priorities.

17. Chocolate box money machines- the best idea ever! Until you have ran out of chocolates.

18. Shrek/ Madagascar- the best films of 2000's! Such classic films which I practically know all the words to! 

It was pretty bad wasn't it.... 


Do you remember playing or using any of these things I mentioned? What else did you have in the early noughties? Let's me know in the comments below!


Thank you for reading, as always x  
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  1. This is an amazing post! I remember all of these things! I remembee getting my pink Nintendo ds, I was so incredibly happy!
    Paula | www.namelessgap.blogspot.com

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    1. same, I got it for xmas in 2008 and it was like the best Christmas ever x

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  2. This is brilliant!! All of the things are just so true, especially the magazines and games. I used to have singstar though, and probably drove everone crazy with how many times I sang imagine! The early noughties were totally best years! However, 1998 was definitely the best, because we were both added to the world! Haha
    Grace| www.alittleblogthatsmine.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. haha! Definitely agree with your last point there x

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  3. This is making me laugh so much, its all true! Aha. I can remember trying to beat my friend and get the new jaquline wilson book before her! Love this post! x
    Lauren| www.simplylaurenelizabeth.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. This is amazing! I definitely agree about the crap DS games as I was a huge DS user when I was younger! Good post
    Róisín
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  5. Ahh this is so nostalgic! Loved it!
    Cloe X clxelouise.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh my god this is just a post full of Nostalgia! Me and my friend both played tomb raider and the only things we would actually do were lock the butler in the freezer &I swim in the assort course! Haha! Totally remember all the pop party albums & that chocolate money box! ��

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  7. I can fully relate to everything you have mentioned :D especially the days we had to chat on MSN and enjoy using the nudges that, that web app had :D Lovely post <3

    JULIE || cuteiinstgram.blogspot.com

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  8. I relate to all of these, I remember there being only one computer and waking up early on Saturdays just so I could play sims for a few hours before my parents woke up haha!!
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    1. haha, I was the same I always used to wake up early before my parents to play xx

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  9. So much nostalgia in this post!!! I remember spending hours on my Pink Nintendo DS and the game 'Art Academy', which I can see in your photo, used to be one of my favourites!! Makes me feel old thinking that I was doing these things almost a decade ago - oh how the time flies!!

    xox

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    1. Haha, I really need to look back at all my 'art' on that game! I bet it would be so funny x

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  10. All the nostalgia! I remember going from Tamagotchi to Bratz to Playstation and then I moved on to Jacqueline Wilson Books a DS and then MSN! Those were the days! Nowadays all of these things would be seen as awful quality and rubbish but back in the day they were totally the in thing!

    Definitely feel old.

    Jordan | JordanCourtney

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    1. haha, pre- 2010 games and toys were just the best x

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  11. OMG I remember everything in this post so well and it really sums up my childhood haha! I was born in 2002 but I remember having a pink DS and I played Wii Sports with my friend the other day for the first time in years!

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    1. haha I swear i only play wii sports at Christmas x

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  12. Omg this post is the best thing! Being born in 2000 was a great time, Nintendo and Tamagotchis were my favourite!

    Heather x heathermaisie.blogspot.com

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  13. Such a brilliant list
    definitely read every single Jacqueline Wilson book there was, and i'm guilty of owning a pink nintendo DS
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    Lizzie | Garland Girl

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    1. haha, don't feel guilty they were the best thing ever

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  14. I LOVE THESE POSTS! Jacqueline Wilson - The illustrated mum was my favourite of all her books! My mum was so freaked out with my Bratz dolls and it kind of annoyed me how you couldn't have them bare foot because they were literally stumps?! Dance mats were the best though, even though they never even recorded your winnings I swear! xx

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    1. haha, you comment about the stumps made me laugh! Its so true though x

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  15. I absolutely adored Tracy Beaker when I was little. I used to watch it all the time and I actually got banned because I used to misbehave like her haha! I've been watching a few of the old episodes today and it's bringing back so many memories! The early 00's were the best days ever!

    Angi www.twodifferentworlds.com

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    1. haha! She was such a bad influence x

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  16. Mizz was my favourite magazine, I even died a little inside when they stopped making it. And I love JW books, I still have a few 😊

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    1. aw I never read mizz! it was all about girl talk for me x

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  17. I used to LIVE for Jacqueline Wilson books! I always felt so grown up reading the book 'Bad Girls' LOL and now I wish I was back at little old me without financial worries or having to do the Tescos shop! Haha x

    Natasha Kendall | Beauty and Lifestyle

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    1. haha! I thought the exact same when I read that book or Kiss was another one x

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  18. YES! I spent so much time on my pink DS - I had about 50 games, about 3 of which were Imagine games! Bop it was so addictive, it was brilliant!

    Jemima x
    anotherrantingreader.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Haha! wow that's a lot of games x

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    2. I did have a bit of a collection, even though I've probably exaggerated there! x

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  19. I remember every one of these! Lovely post xo

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  20. I totally relate to all of these, I miss some of them ^_^ Number 11 was totally me aha I remember MSN, it was that and Club Penguin that me and my friends used, oh and Webkinz was a craze at one point as well. I'm now feeling old where did all these things go!!! Lovely post xx

    Sophie | ssophiespot.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. haha! I used to use Moshi monsters- I should of added that in to the list x

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  21. Omg the chocolate money machines!!!! Loved this post because you always see 90s ones but I only remember some stuff if it overlapped with the 2000s so this post is my prime Ahahh! Xx

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    1. ahhh! Glad I wasn't the only one who had one of those stupid things x

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  22. The other day I was clearing out my bookshelf and I found 20 Jacqueline Wilson books and it was such a throwback, I also went to meet her a couple of years ago!
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  23. Such a good post!! Bop it and the dance mats I absolutely loved. Tracy beaker was my absolute idol as well!! X

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  24. This was so relatable and fun to read!xxx
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  25. I still have my pink Nintendo DS Lite somewhere! I remember saving up for it for ages and back that £100 was a lot for me to spend on something! I also had Imagine Fashion Designer as one of the games to go with it and it was absolutely awful! Waste of £20+! Great post as always Nicole x
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  26. Omg, I remember all of these!! I have the whole Tracy Beaker magazine and DVD collection, I was obsessed with it and Jacqueline Wilson books! And I still have my DS!

    Tash x
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