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Pants halfway down your ass, though that's still going on. In middle school there was a thing about wearing a book bag for a kid. I remember in elementary school it was silly bands, people would have them up their arm, I'm surprised it didn't go red.
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Apple products... Just saying ¬_¬
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Blackbutler3000 wrote:

Apple products... Just saying ¬_¬

Another fascist opinion, when can I escape these things?
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TubaToaster wrote:


Blackbutler3000 wrote:

Apple products... Just saying ¬_¬

Another fascist opinion, when can I escape these things?


XD you and these fascist opinions. know what that right there is a fascist opinion
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Blackbutler3000 wrote:


TubaToaster wrote:


Blackbutler3000 wrote:

Apple products... Just saying ¬_¬

Another fascist opinion, when can I escape these things?


XD you and these fascist opinions. know what that right there is a fascist opinion

Oh my, well... THATS WHAT A COMMUNIST WOULD SAY!
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Wearing leggings as pants. I hate this fad and hope it will go away, but unfortunately it will not.


It makes sense to wear leggings underneath a huge sweater or skirt/dress but as pants? Noooo.
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Dude, ya'll harping on snap bracelets BUT THEY WERE THE SHIT back in the day. Still cool now tbh.

In middle school, girls used to get oversized shirts and then tie it in the back at the bottom and tuck it under the shirt to cinch the bottom or something. Just get a T-shirt that fits, lmao.

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Fake freckles make-up
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Sagging pants
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Crocs
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Surprised no one has said this yet, but The Macarena. >.> That dance was so stupid when I look back at it now.
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Anyone remember Silly Bands or whatever they were called.

It was a silly trend hence the name Silly Bands.
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Walkman CD players.


Why don't you like Walkman CD players? I mean, yeah, they're pretty much obsolete now with MP3 players and being able to play music on your smartphone, but before those things if you wanted to listen to music while traveling around when not in a car, you had to use one. In fact, they're what bridged the technology to go from portable cassette tape players to MP3 players.
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Walkman CD players.


Why don't you like Walkman CD players? I mean, yeah, they're pretty much obsolete now with MP3 players and being able to play music on your smartphone, but before those things if you wanted to listen to music while traveling around when not in a car, you had to use one. In fact, they're what bridged the technology to go from portable cassette tape players to MP3 players.


Really because the bridge was so short. By the time they were widely used (ie: when CDs were affordable,) they were already on their way out, but I guess that applies to a lot of things. I never had the chance to make use of one, though; I went from boombox to Walkman cassette player to MP3 player.
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Surprised no one has said this yet, but The Macarena. >.> That dance was so stupid when I look back at it now.


We were forced to dance to it in both band and music class 6th grade year >.> , but then it's actually really funny to know what the song is about and still wonder at how it became a dance craze. There's also the Cha-cha Slide, the Cupid Shuffle, Copperhead Road, Gangnam Style, the Harlem Shake, Dragostea Din Tei, etc.

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