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Subject: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: the2001 on 01/14/17 at 7:27 pm

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Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting right now?

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/14/17 at 7:30 pm

Early 2000s nostalgia already happened since at least 2013. Also, shouldn't this thread be in the 2000s subforum?

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting right now?

Written By: the2001 on 01/14/17 at 7:31 pm


Early 2000s nostalgia already happened since at least 2013. Also, shouldn't this thread be in the 2000s subforum?


Was not sure where to post this, but in Nostalgia I ment like mainstream acceptance beyond Buzzfeed or this fourm.
Most things I see are 90s in stores like Hottopic or Forever21

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/14/17 at 7:36 pm

I don't like nostalgia becoming mainstream, I like it better when it's confined to a secret little club like this forum. :P

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: the2001 on 01/14/17 at 7:37 pm


I don't like nostalgia becoming mainstream, I like it better when it's confined to a secret little club like this forum. :P


inthe00s is like the underground of Nostalgia lol

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: SpyroKev on 01/14/17 at 7:53 pm


I don't like nostalgia becoming mainstream, I like it better when it's confined to a secret little club like this forum. :P


I like this. But another part of me still want to see it out there.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/14/17 at 8:27 pm

I think we still need to milk '90s nostalgia a bit more. 🤐🤐🤐🤐

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/14/17 at 9:19 pm


I think we still need to milk '90s nostalgia a bit more. 🤐🤐🤐🤐


Nah, we should milk more of the early 2000s. ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/14/17 at 9:39 pm


Nah, we should milk more of the early 2000s. ;D


We're still milking the 80s right now. Let's go through the 90s first before the nostalgia runs too close and we have nothing left to be nostalgic about. :P

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/14/17 at 11:51 pm


Nah, we should milk more of the early 2000s. ;D


I kind of like that the early 2000s nostalgia hasn't been commercialized, but is still popular at a social level.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: the2001 on 01/15/17 at 8:26 am


I kind of like that the early 2000s nostalgia hasn't been commercialized, but is still popular at a social level.

mhm

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: #Infinity on 01/16/17 at 6:41 pm

How about just regular old 2000s nostalgia? It's not like we ever referred to 60s nostalgia primarily as late 60s nostalgiaq, even though that's far and large the primary period everybody thinks about when the sixties are mentioned.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/16/17 at 6:50 pm


How about just regular old 2000s nostalgia? It's not like we ever referred to 60s nostalgia primarily as late 60s nostalgiaq, even though that's far and large the primary period everybody thinks about when the sixties are mentioned.


Because the Internet doesn't give a sh*t. Although, I wish they would prefer saying as just the 2000s. Seeing it as the early 2000s is contradictory, since people refer to it as 2000-2006. Which is more than half of the 2000s decade. If 7 years of a decade could be considered as nostalgic to the Internet, then I think people should just face the fact that we're already reminiscing about the 2000s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: bchris02 on 01/17/17 at 2:55 pm

I think early 2000s nostalgia is already well underway on the Internet, especially the kid culture.  It's honestly the first sign I am actually getting old.  The kid culture that today's twentysomethings are nostalgic for is past my own time.  For me, it was Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, VR Troopers, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Disney Renaissance, etc.  For most of the Internet today, it's Spongebob, Pokemon, Dreamworks, and whatever was on Nickelodeon in the early/mid 2000s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/17/17 at 2:59 pm


I think early 2000s nostalgia is already well underway on the Internet, especially the kid culture.  It's honestly the first sign I am actually getting old.  The kid culture that today's twentysomethings are nostalgic for is past my own time.  For me, it was Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, VR Troopers, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Disney Renaissance, etc.  For most of the Internet today, it's Spongebob, Pokemon, Dreamworks, and whatever was on Nickelodeon in the early/mid 2000s.

Now you know how people who grew up in the 80s felt when they became outnumbered on the Internet by 90s nostalgics (around 2010), heh.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Eazy-EMAN1995 on 01/17/17 at 3:11 pm


  For most of the Internet today, it's Spongebob, Pokemon, Dreamworks, and whatever was on Nickelodeon in the early/mid 2000s.

Don't forget the LATE Dinsey Renaissance and classic Cartoon Network.

And BTW Chris, people (like myself)watched reruns of some of the things  you mentioned and the renaissance is timeless, no one can really claim it.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 01/17/17 at 4:05 pm


I think early 2000s nostalgia is already well underway on the Internet, especially the kid culture.  It's honestly the first sign I am actually getting old.  The kid culture that today's twentysomethings are nostalgic for is past my own time.  For me, it was Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, VR Troopers, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Disney Renaissance, etc.  For most of the Internet today, it's Spongebob, Pokemon, Dreamworks, and whatever was on Nickelodeon in the early/mid 2000s.


As someone who's turning the big 3-0 in 4 months I relate to this. I'm getting out of the loop but I don't really care.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/17/17 at 4:29 pm


Now you know how people who grew up in the 80s felt when they became outnumbered on the Internet by 90s nostalgics (around 2010), heh.


Except the 2000s aren't fully nostalgic yet. Hell, I don't even consider the late 2000s (except for 2007 and early 2008) to be as dated as the early-mid 2000s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 01/17/17 at 4:32 pm


Except the 2000s aren't fully nostalgic yet. Hell, I don't even consider the late 2000s (except for 2007 and early 2008) to be as dated as the early-mid 2000s.


Well yeah I mean that's still less than 10 years ago. The very end of the '00s just reached 7 years ago last month. The year 2000 on the other hand is turning 17 this year, that's a pretty long time ago.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/17/17 at 4:33 pm


Don't forget the LATE Dinsey Renaissance and classic Cartoon Network.

And BTW Chris, people (like myself)watched reruns of some of the things  you mentioned and the renaissance is timeless, no one can really claim it.


Frankly, the Disney Renaissance is mostly part of the early and mid 90s. The late 90s were rather transitional into Disney, since that was when Dreamworks started to be competitive with Antz and Prince of Egypt.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/17/17 at 4:37 pm

Mario Party 2 was 17 years ago?! 😭

That means the last good Mario Party was 16 years ago 😭

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 80sfan on 01/17/17 at 4:53 pm

2001 was the second best year of my life!  ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/17/17 at 5:07 pm


Mario Party 2 was 17 years ago?! 😭

That means the last good Mario Party was 16 years ago 😭


Nah. The Gamecube games were decent, possibly better than the N64 installments.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: bchris02 on 01/17/17 at 5:17 pm


Nah. The Gamecube games were decent, possibly better than the N64 installments.


Possibly, but the Gamecube was Nintendo's version of the Dreamcast.  It did have a cult following but never widely caught on.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 01/17/17 at 5:20 pm


Possibly, but the Gamecube was Nintendo's version of the Dreamcast.  It did have a cult following but never widely caught on.


I remember I got a Dreamcast the day it came out back in 1999. It was a cutting edge system for that time, even though it never caught on.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/17/17 at 5:24 pm


2001 was the second best year of my life!  ;D


2000 is the best year of my childhood. Early 2001 was fun too. Pokémon Stadium 2 and the last good Mario Party, the 3rd, enough said. ;D


Possibly, but the Gamecube was Nintendo's version of the Dreamcast.  It did have a cult following but never widely caught on.


It was mostly kids who bought it. It had all the Yu-gi-oh and Beyblade games, and the Sonic ports. :-X


Nah. The Gamecube games were decent, possibly better than the N64 installments.


Girl pls. You can't pull a Jordan American Idiot style trolling on me. I know you didn't play any of the N64/Gamecube Mario Parties so take a seat.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/17/17 at 5:41 pm


Possibly, but the Gamecube was Nintendo's version of the Dreamcast.  It did have a cult following but never widely caught on.


Yeah. But the Gamecube wasn't really Nintendo's climax during the early-mid 2000s. They had to go with the Game Boy Advance that could make them popular again.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 80sfan on 01/17/17 at 6:59 pm


2000 is the best year of my childhood. Early 2001 was fun too. Pokémon Stadium 2 and the last good Mario Party, the 3rd, enough said. ;D

It was mostly kids who bought it. It had all the Yu-gi-oh and Beyblade games, and the Sonic ports. :-X

Girl pls. You can't pull a Jordan American Idiot style trolling on me. I know you didn't play any of the N64/Gamecube Mario Parties so take a seat.


2000 was okay. I became high on Harry Potter books that year. Whenever I went to school, I would pretend I was entering Hogwarts.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/17/17 at 7:06 pm


2000 was okay. I became high on Harry Potter books that year. Whenever I went to school, I would pretend I was entering Hogwarts.


2000 had the best teen pop :-X

The Call by Backstreet Boys, and It's Gonna Be Me by NSYNC :-X :-X :-X

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 80sfan on 01/17/17 at 7:13 pm


2000 had the best teen pop :-X

The Call by Backstreet Boys, and It's Gonna Be Me by NSYNC :-X :-X :-X


My mother got me this Pikachu pull-on-a-string thingy for Christmas! It was the wrong gift!  >:(  >:(  I forgive her though. But I really wanted the Pikachu teddy bear! You know? The huge ones that were really popular during the time??

As for teen pop, I bought Britney's Oops!...I did....album. Backdoor kids were okay, and Nsync was catchy and unavoidable. I went to confession and felt dirty buying those boy band albums. No reason, just had not accepted my sexuality fully yet.  :-X  :-X  :-X

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/18/17 at 6:30 pm


My mother got me this Pikachu pull-on-a-string thingy for Christmas! It was the wrong gift!  >:(  >:(  I forgive her though. But I really wanted the Pikachu teddy bear! You know? The huge ones that were really popular during the time??

As for teen pop, I bought Britney's Oops!...I did....album. Backdoor kids were okay, and Nsync was catchy and unavoidable. I went to confession and felt dirty buying those boy band albums. No reason, just had not accepted my sexuality fully yet.  :-X  :-X  :-X


I bought a giant Pikachu plushie a few years ago, in 2013. It was for my friend's birthday though. I should get one for myself!

At least you got something though ;D What did it say when you pulled on the string? Pika pika? Electric types are my weakness!

Oops! I Did It Again is legendary. Iconic. I don't think anything has come close to it again in terms of popularity, that song was truly everywhere :o

I didn't know what gay was in 2000 yet, but I got a lot of action that year... from both genders :-X :-X :-X :-X

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: musicguy93 on 01/18/17 at 6:35 pm


2000 had the best teen pop :-X

The Call by Backstreet Boys, and It's Gonna Be Me by NSYNC :-X :-X :-X


Actually, The Call didn't chart until 2001.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/18/17 at 6:44 pm


Actually, The Call didn't chart until 2001.


I had the album! :-[

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/18/17 at 9:49 pm


Girl pls. You can't pull a Jordan American Idiot style trolling on me. I know you didn't play any of the N64/Gamecube Mario Parties so take a seat.


Oh yeah, right. Please. It's not trolling if you win the argument.

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Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/19/17 at 6:59 am


Girl pls. You can't pull a Jordan American Idiot style trolling on me. I know you didn't play any of the N64/Gamecube Mario Parties so take a seat.


I actually played the N64 ones on emulators, for your information.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: musicguy93 on 01/19/17 at 10:37 am


My mother got me this Pikachu pull-on-a-string thingy for Christmas! It was the wrong gift!  >:(  >:(  I forgive her though. But I really wanted the Pikachu teddy bear! You know? The huge ones that were really popular during the time??

As for teen pop, I bought Britney's Oops!...I did....album. Backdoor kids were okay, and Nsync was catchy and unavoidable. I went to confession and felt dirty buying those boy band albums. No reason, just had not accepted my sexuality fully yet.  :-X  :-X  :-X


I remember owning a Pikachu plushie that talked when you squeezed it's hand.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/17 at 6:05 pm


Oh yeah, right. Please. It's not trolling if you win the argument.

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It's trolling when he gets you to derail three threads with the same post LOL.


I actually played the N64 ones on emulators, for your information.


Mario Party on emulator 😂😂

What's next, diet coke? 😂😂😂

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/17 at 6:11 pm


I remember owning a Pikachu plushie that talked when you squeezed it's hand.


In my school around 2000/2001, they let us take a Boxing Pikachu home for a week, rotating through the class. That's the only Pikachu toy I had lol (unless clothing and apparel count). I was more of a Charmander and Charizard kid. :o

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/19/17 at 7:00 pm


Mario Party on emulator 😂😂

What's next, diet coke? 😂😂😂


At least it's not as bad as drinking New Coke.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fa/New_Coke_can.jpg

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/17 at 7:08 pm


At least it's not as bad as drinking New Coke.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fa/New_Coke_can.jpg


What's wrong with New Coke? Is it actually new? :o

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/19/17 at 7:53 pm


What's wrong with New Coke? Is it actually new? :o


...

I feel like you don't get the context, aside from me only playing the N64 on emulators.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/17 at 8:08 pm


...

I feel like you don't get the context, aside from me only playing the N64 on emulators.


Mario Party is meant to be played in the living room with friends, not in front of the computer alone lol.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/19/17 at 8:13 pm


At least it's not as bad as drinking New Coke.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fa/New_Coke_can.jpg

I'm surprised that New Coke(by then renamed "Coke II") was still kept around until 2002, for whatever reason.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/19/17 at 8:15 pm


Mario Party is meant to be played in the living room with friends, not in front of the computer alone lol.


What else could I do? I was only a baby when Mario Party 2 and 3 were released in North America. Especially when my first Nintendo console is a goddamn Wii. The only thing I could do was get an emulator for it, because it's not like I knew what Nintendo was until I heard about the Wii so much in 2007.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/17 at 8:47 pm


What else could I do? I was only a baby when Mario Party 2 and 3 were released in North America. Especially when my first Nintendo console is a goddamn Wii. The only thing I could do was get an emulator for it, because it's not like I knew what Nintendo was until I heard about the Wii so much in 2007.


You could accept that I speak facts! :P Mario Party 2 was GOAT.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/19/17 at 9:07 pm


You could accept that I speak facts! :P Mario Party 2 was GOAT.


I agree with that though. I remember Space Land being my favorite of them all.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/19/17 at 10:14 pm


It's trolling when he gets you to derail three threads with the same post LOL.


I had to make my point!


At least it's not as bad as drinking New Coke.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fa/New_Coke_can.jpg


Same scenario as Mario Party except there are no New Coke emulators for you to try it retroactively. There's no way you can say whether New Coke was bad or not. : P

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/19/17 at 10:21 pm


I had to make my point!

Same scenario as Mario Party except there are no New Coke emulators for you to try it retroactively. There's no way you can say whether New Coke was bad or not. : P

Unless Coke brings it back.

You may say "No, they'll never do that", but you never know, they did it for Crystal Pepsi (another hated-at-the-time drink, though not as hated as New Coke)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/19/17 at 10:35 pm


Unless Coke brings it back.

You may say "No, they'll never do that", but you never know, they did it for Crystal Pepsi (another hated-at-the-time drink, though not as hated as New Coke)


If 80's nostalgia reigns upon us once again, then I'd put money down on it. Hell, Pepsi also had that Throwback thing a while back and that's 70's/early 80's nostalgia!!!

Honestly, if people stopped viewing the 80's as some weird backwards 70's-lite time where people tight clothes and tucked in shirts all the time (when they didn't!) and viewed them for what they were (instead of viewing the baggy neon patterns of the 80's things as 90's), the nostalgia market would probably increase since the fun factor would be more in the know.

There's some dumb article I found about a lady who's raising her kids "80's style". Look at the picture she used!


https://www.yahoo.com/sy/ny/api/res/1.2/YNEODQjijSEwREru34DL9A--/YXBwaWQ9aGlnaGxhbmRlcjtzbT0xO3c9ODAw/http://media.zenfs.com/en-US/homerun/elle_570/963849441019e9a4a3fa443e8705435d

How is that 80's? These are the photos she should of used:

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/60/32/e5/6032e573b31c009161e3b412896dda69.jpg

https://gaminghistory101.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/nintendo_love.jpg

These photos are much more fun, colorful and actually accurately represent the decade. The exact same things people love the 90's for, they'd also love the 80's for. That's why I love both decades.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Looney Toon on 01/20/17 at 12:00 pm


These photos are much more fun, colorful and actually accurately represent the decade. The exact same things people love the 90's for, they'd also love the 80's for. That's why I love both decades.


Also why people loved the early 2000s/early 2010s. Due to them being fun and colorful times (Well depending on the person you're talking to). I know early 2000s nostalgia will be big by the 2020s, but I wonder if the 2020s will end up being a fun/colorful decade like the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, early 00s, and early 10s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/20/17 at 12:45 pm


Also why people loved the early 2000s/early 2010s. Due to them being fun and colorful times (Well depending on the person you're talking to). I know early 2000s nostalgia will be big by the 2020s, but I wonder if the 2020s will end up being a fun/colorful decade like the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, early 00s, and early 10s.


The sky stays grey in a nuclear winter. :)

I think the late 2010s will be colourful, lol.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/20/17 at 2:17 pm


There's some dumb article I found about a lady who's raising her kids "80's style". Look at the picture she used!

https://www.yahoo.com/sy/ny/api/res/1.2/YNEODQjijSEwREru34DL9A--/YXBwaWQ9aGlnaGxhbmRlcjtzbT0xO3c9ODAw/http://media.zenfs.com/en-US/homerun/elle_570/963849441019e9a4a3fa443e8705435d

Early 80s are still the 80s though.

The Atari was still the "big console" from 1980 to 1983, then the video game market had a bit of a hiatus from 1983 to 1986. It wasn't until late 1986 that the NES came out and took the Atari's place.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/20/17 at 2:32 pm


Unless Coke brings it back.


Coke will never bring back their new recipe, since they never got good reputation from it. Not to mention it caused several protests such as this one in 1985.

Tz-47sI-AYM


You may say "No, they'll never do that", but you never know, they did it for Crystal Pepsi (another hated-at-the-time drink, though not as hated as New Coke)


Once again, no one would ever try to drink New Coke after they sparked controversy. Crystal Pepsi was only revived because 90s nostalgia was at its peak in the last few years.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/20/17 at 3:00 pm


Also why people loved the early 2000s/early 2010s. Due to them being fun and colorful times (Well depending on the person you're talking to). I know early 2000s nostalgia will be big by the 2020s, but I wonder if the 2020s will end up being a fun/colorful decade like the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, early 00s, and early 10s.


I sure hope so!


The sky stays grey in a nuclear winter. :)

I think the late 2010s will be colourful, lol.


The only color we're gonna see for the next four years is orange.


Early 80s are still the 80s though.

The Atari was still the "big console" from 1980 to 1983, then the video game market had a bit of a hiatus from 1983 to 1986. It wasn't until late 1986 that the NES came out and took the Atari's place.


Sure, but they're not definitive enough to paint a picture of the entire decade like the mid and late 80's were.

Late 1985, actually. 😜

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/20/17 at 3:01 pm


Late 1985, actually. 😜

*puts on nerd glasses* That was just a limited release in New York, and it bombed.

It was until September 1986 that the NES had a widespread release in the U.S., and it re-vitalized the gaming industry.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/20/17 at 3:08 pm


*puts on nerd glasses* That was just a limited release in New York, and it bombed.

It was until September 1986 that the NES had a widespread release in the U.S., and it re-vitalized the gaming industry.


Damn, you're right! 😱 My family got an NES on Christmas of that year (I think?) but I've always been under the impression that it was already big in 1985! My point still stands, mid-late 80's represent the decade better than the early 80's. 😛

If we're gonna argue video games, then the lady should of used a photo like this instead:
https://2warpstoneptune.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/skaters-1987.jpg

Skateboarding exploded in popularity by late 1983! I know that 100%.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/20/17 at 3:47 pm

They're playing Pitfall! That game was insanely fun. #Only80sKidsRemember, '90s kid Jordan wouldn't know.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/20/17 at 10:08 pm


They're playing Pitfall! That game was insanely fun. #Only80sKidsRemember, '90s kid Jordan wouldn't know.


What!? I was born in 1982! I'm the last of the real 80's kids, come on, use your head. ::) The difference between me and that Pitfall photo is that when I was a kid it was during the definitive 80's when we wore funny neon colors and the back of our heads donned rat tails not when we still wore 70's clothes. ;)

Your logic, as usual, is upside down like Trump! >:(

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: muppethammer26 on 01/20/17 at 11:19 pm

A few months ago, I heard someone on the radio joking about how the world would go back to the 60's if Trump were to be elected (later, he would won the election and then became a president).

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Looney Toon on 01/21/17 at 12:45 pm


A few months ago, I heard someone on the radio joking about how the world would go back to the 60's if Trump were to be elected (later, he would won the election and then became a president).


Aw man. I'm not fan of the 60s.

Also why are the emotes upside down?!?!  :o :-\\
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Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/21/17 at 4:03 pm


What!? I was born in 1982! I'm the last of the real 80's kids, come on, use your head. ::) The difference between me and that Pitfall photo is that when I was a kid it was during the definitive 80's when we wore funny neon colors and the back of our heads donned rat tails not when we still wore 70's clothes. ;)

Your logic, as usual, is upside down like Trump! >:(


The real '80s is embodied in the spirit of 1978. In the mid-late '80s we were headed towards 1990.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: musicguy93 on 01/21/17 at 8:15 pm


Also why people loved the early 2000s/early 2010s. Due to them being fun and colorful times (Well depending on the person you're talking to). I know early 2000s nostalgia will be big by the 2020s, but I wonder if the 2020s will end up being a fun/colorful decade like the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, early 00s, and early 10s.


I certainly hope so. The stench of mid-2010s dullness and pretentiousness is really making me sick.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/21/17 at 9:22 pm


The real '80s is embodied in the spirit of 1978. In the mid-late '80s we were headed towards 1990.


Silly me, how could I forget! 1982-1989 were just years that transitioned us towards the 90's while still having a very clear 70's vibe throughout the entire time span. 1978 is the truest 80's year. :P

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/29/17 at 7:56 pm


I think early 2000s nostalgia is already well underway on the Internet, especially the kid culture.  It's honestly the first sign I am actually getting old.  The kid culture that today's twentysomethings are nostalgic for is past my own time.  For me, it was Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, VR Troopers, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Disney Renaissance, etc.  For most of the Internet today, it's Spongebob, Pokemon, Dreamworks, and whatever was on Nickelodeon in the early/mid 2000s.

That is certainly true.

A while ago (and I'm talking like 2005), I remember IMDb reviewers getting nostalgic for early-mid 90s cartoons like Darkwing Duck and Sonic Satam, before "all this anime crap came all along" in the late 90s/early 2000s.

Fast forward 10 years later, and that "late 90s anime crap" (Dragon Ball Z, Yu Gi Oh, Pokemon) now has stolen the nostalgia mantle from the early-mid 90s stuff. :P Just check out all the DBZ parodies on Twitter and Facebook (it especially seems to be popular among African-Americans who grew up watching it. Not being racist, it's just a fact!).

It's only a matter of time before we see younger people getting nostalgic for Windows Vista, Chowder, Flapjack, Hannah Montana, the first iPhone, Obama, and Katy Perry, and then all of us born before 1998 will be rolling our eyes. You can resist time marching forward, but you can't stop it. ;)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/29/17 at 8:24 pm


That is certainly true.

A while ago (and I'm talking like 2005), I remember IMDb reviewers getting nostalgic for early-mid 90s cartoons like Darkwing Duck and Sonic Satam, before "all this anime crap came all along" in the late 90s/early 2000s.

Fast forward 10 years later, and that "late 90s anime crap" (Dragon Ball Z, Yu Gi Oh, Pokemon) now has stolen the nostalgia mantle from the early-mid 90s stuff. :P Just check out all the DBZ parodies on Twitter and Facebook (it especially seems to be popular among African-Americans who grew up watching it. Not being racist, it's just a fact!).

It's only a matter of time before we see younger people getting nostalgic for Windows Vista, Chowder, Flapjack, Hannah Montana, the first iPhone, Obama, and Katy Perry, and then all of us born before 1998 will be rolling our eyes. You can resist time marching forward, but you can't stop it. ;)


I could get Windows Vista, Flapjack, Hannah Montana, Chowder, and even the first iPhone, but the rest of those are rather too modern to be nostalgic to a lot of teens. Even I feel like most of Katy Perry's stuff and Obama's presidency still feels like yesterday.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/29/17 at 8:42 pm


That is certainly true.

A while ago (and I'm talking like 2005), I remember IMDb reviewers getting nostalgic for early-mid 90s cartoons like Darkwing Duck and Sonic Satam, before "all this anime crap came all along" in the late 90s/early 2000s.

Fast forward 10 years later, and that "late 90s anime crap" (Dragon Ball Z, Yu Gi Oh, Pokemon) now has stolen the nostalgia mantle from the early-mid 90s stuff. :P Just check out all the DBZ parodies on Twitter and Facebook (it especially seems to be popular among African-Americans who grew up watching it. Not being racist, it's just a fact!).

It's only a matter of time before we see younger people getting nostalgic for Windows Vista, Chowder, Flapjack, Hannah Montana, the first iPhone, Obama, and Katy Perry, and then all of us born before 1998 will be rolling our eyes. You can resist time marching forward, but you can't stop it. ;)


I'm nostalgic for 2010-2012 Katy Perry.  :-X

DBZ nostalgia started in 2005-2007 if you were on YouTube back then. ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/29/17 at 8:47 pm


I'm nostalgic for 2010-2012 Katy Perry.  :-X

DBZ nostalgia started in 2005-2007 if you were on YouTube back then. ;D

I'm not sure if making Linkin Park AMVs for a show counts as "nostalgia" for that show. I don't think people thought of DBZ as an "old show" yet, they thought of it as something that was still fresh(ish).

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/29/17 at 8:51 pm


I'm not sure if making Linkin Park AMVs for a show counts as "nostalgia" for that show. I don't think people thought of DBZ as an "old show" yet, they thought of it as something that was still fresh(ish).


In a way, the fandom for the show never really went away, kind of like Pokémon (and even Yu-gi-oh to a much smaller extent, I remember kids at my school playing it in the hallways in 2008-2010, and I bought the Xbox game in 2010 lol).

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 01/29/17 at 8:54 pm


I'm not sure if making Linkin Park AMVs for a show counts as "nostalgia" for that show. I don't think people thought of DBZ as an "old show" yet, they thought of it as something that was still fresh(ish).


Yeah, the fandom was still strong during the early YouTube days.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mqg96 on 01/29/17 at 10:32 pm


I'm nostalgic for 2010-2012 Katy Perry.  :-X

DBZ nostalgia started in 2005-2007 if you were on YouTube back then. ;D


Nah, more like late 2008 after Toonami was originally cancelled, and DBZ was still on CN in the U.S. throughout all of 2003, plus, the uncut version was on here throughout 2005 too. Nostalgia for a show doesn't start 2 years right after it ended or went off the air.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mqg96 on 01/29/17 at 10:34 pm


I'm nostalgic for 2010-2012 Katy Perry.  :-X

DBZ nostalgia started in 2005-2007 if you were on YouTube back then. ;D


Katy Perry's best songs came from her Teenage Dream and Prism albums. So 2010-11 and 2013-14 feel like a tie for me.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 01/30/17 at 11:32 am


Katy Perry's best songs came from her Teenage Dream and Prism albums. So 2010-11 and 2013-14 feel like a tie for me.


She had some songs in 2012 too: Wide Awake and Part of Me.

PRISM was her better album, IMO It's more recent for nostalgia compared to Teenage Dream though ;D

I can't believe One Of The Boys is almost a decade old :o

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mqg96 on 01/30/17 at 11:58 am


She had some songs in 2012 too: Wide Awake and Part of Me.

PRISM was her better album, IMO It's more recent for nostalgia compared to Teenage Dream though ;D

I can't believe One Of The Boys is almost a decade old :o


Oh yeah I forgot about Wide Awake. That music gave you a complete morning vibe and is dreamy af. Ironically the music always puts me to sleep for some reason. Don't ever put on Wide Awake when I'm trying to go to my job or class!

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 02/03/17 at 1:58 pm


I certainly hope so. The stench of mid-2010s dullness and pretentiousness is really making me sick.

I prefer this "dullness" over the fake and ugly colourful vibe of the early 10s.  8-P I've said it so many times but I absolutely despise the early 2010s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 02/03/17 at 2:03 pm


Coke will never bring back their new recipe, since they never got good reputation from it. Not to mention it caused several protests such as this one in 1985.

Once again, no one would ever try to drink New Coke after they sparked controversy. Crystal Pepsi was only revived because 90s nostalgia was at its peak in the last few years.

But new coke actually tastes better than the original recipe. The protests were because of nostalgia reasons and not the taste itself. I watched a video on it and it turns out the whole thing was some propaganda scheme and it had nothing to with the actual taste. Although I know taste is subjective and I've never tried new coke, but according to many surveys and blind taste tests people actually preferred the taste of new coke.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Shemp97 on 02/22/17 at 4:27 pm

(instead of viewing the baggy neon patterns of the 80's things as 90's)

I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed baggy neon switched from characterizing the 80s back in the 00's to characterizing the 90s now. You 80s kids should've stopped the 1990s kids from stealing your culture.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Shemp97 on 02/22/17 at 4:33 pm


Nah, more like late 2008 after Toonami was originally cancelled, and DBZ was still on CN in the U.S. throughout all of 2003, plus, the uncut version was on here throughout 2005 too. Nostalgia for a show doesn't start 2 years right after it ended or went off the air.

She became pretty crap once teenage dream came along. Before that, she made catchy, fun music.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mqg96 on 02/23/17 at 12:13 am


She became pretty crap once teenage dream came along. Before that, she made catchy, fun music.


You gotta be including her time when she was a Christian singer with a different name, otherwise I didn't find any of Katy Perry's music interesting before 2010 honestly. "I Kissed A Girl" was a hit but it was still her early era which sounded pretty weak IMO.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 02/23/17 at 7:34 pm


She became pretty crap once teenage dream came along. Before that, she made catchy, fun music.


One Of The Boys and Teenage Dream more or less go together. I don't see how you can like one and dislike the other ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 02/24/17 at 12:22 am


One Of The Boys and Teenage Dream more or less go together. I don't see how you can like one and dislike the other ;D


I like both those albums, it's more whatever she came out with after Teenage Dream (like "Roar" or "Dark Horse") that seems less memorable. I guess that was on the "Prism" album that album definitely seems inferior to "One of the Boys" and "Teenage Dream".

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 80sfan on 02/24/17 at 12:40 am

2000 to 2002 is definitely 'outdated' to me.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 02/24/17 at 6:34 pm


I like both those albums, it's more whatever she came out with after Teenage Dream (like "Roar" or "Dark Horse") that seems less memorable. I guess that was on the "Prism" album that album definitely seems inferior to "One of the Boys" and "Teenage Dream".


That's my favourite album of hers, but she chose really awful singles like "Walking on Air" and "This Is How We Do". Most the album sounds closer to "Unconditionally" :D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 03/21/17 at 8:59 pm

The early 2000s are definitely making a comeback. Nowadays I'm seeing more and more people born in the mid 90s correctly refer to themselves as "early 2000s kids", rather than "90s kids" like they used to in say 2012.

Yet I'm also seeing people born in the early 2000s call themselves "early 2000s kids", like if you look at YouTube videos about early 2000s fashion and style, it's always people born in like 2002 say how they "So totally remember all this stuff yasssss XD". That annoys me, because they DON'T remember the early 00s at all! Now I know how 90s kids felt when us mid 90s folks tried to call ourselves 90s kids.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/21/17 at 9:04 pm


The early 2000s are definitely making a comeback. Nowadays I'm seeing more and more people born in the mid 90s correctly refer to themselves as "early 2000s kids", rather than "90s kids" like they used to in say 2012.

Yet I'm also seeing people born in the early 2000s call themselves "early 2000s kids", like if you look at YouTube videos about early 2000s fashion and style, it's always people born in like 2002 say how they "So totally remember all this stuff yasssss XD". That annoys me, because they DON'T remember the early 00s at all! Now I know how 90s kids felt when us mid 90s folks tried to call ourselves 90s kids.


Well, at least it doesn't have to deal with kids born in the late 90s anymore.  ;)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: TheReignMan99 on 03/21/17 at 9:08 pm


Well, at least it doesn't have to deal with kids born in the late 90s anymore.  ;)

DAMN RIGHT!  8)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 03/21/17 at 11:43 pm


Well, at least it doesn't have to deal with kids born in the late 90s anymore.  ;)


At least we can remember the Early 2000s, unlike those born from 2001 onwards. ;)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 03/21/17 at 11:54 pm


At least we can remember the Early 2000s, unlike those born from 2001 onwards. ;)

Well, you can't remember it as your childhood years as clearly as those of us born between 1993 and 1997 can. :P Ahahahaha, sucka! ;D

(Just kidding)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 03/22/17 at 12:01 am


Well, you can't remember it as your childhood years as clearly as those of us born between 1993 and 1997 can. :P Ahahahaha, sucka! ;D



If you consider 3-12 to be the childhood years, then technically we did experience some of our childhoods in the Early 2000s. :P At least some of us can remember 2003 very clearly. :P

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mqg96 on 03/22/17 at 12:13 am


Well, you can't remember it as your childhood years as clearly as those of us born between 1993 and 1997 can. :P Ahahahaha, sucka! ;D

(Just kidding)


For the majority of people on average I consider one's elementary school years to be the main peak of their childhoods. 5-11 being main childhood, 6-10 being core, and 7-9 being the peak. Age 8 is usually the peak of most people's childhoods on average (halfway throughout elementary school) and you add 10 years to that you get age 18 which is the peak of youth (HS graduation year). I consider age 11-25 to be someone's main youth years, age 14-22 being the core, and age 16-20 being the peak (when you can drive yourself, made your own decisions, have a job, and the peak interest in your generation of pop culture) Even as a 1996 born I barely qualify as an early 2000's kid, and I'm not talking about just remembering the early 2000's in general, but I mean by having it as your core childhood years and remembering the culture crystal clear. Early 2000's culture was really on its way out by the time I started 2nd grade, so I still had a lot of important childhood years in mid 2000's culture. I can remember millennial years (1999-2001) but I was too young to be a Y2K kid since I hardly had any conscious of the pop culture at the time.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 03/22/17 at 12:29 am


At least we can remember the Early 2000s, unlike those born from 2001 onwards. ;)

I don't think it counts. I remember 1999 but I was only 4, I certainly don't go around saying I remember the late 90s lol.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/22/17 at 5:42 am


At least we can remember the Early 2000s, unlike those born from 2001 onwards. ;)


Yeah. Although the mid and late 2000s were more significant in our lives. Aside from that, I could remember 2002 and 2003 decently.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: exodus08 on 03/23/17 at 11:34 am

You know the '10s suck when people are nostalgic for the '00s already. I notice people milking the last 3 decades and it's very sad.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 03/24/17 at 2:26 pm

There's a Captain Underpants movie coming out, new Gorillaz songs, Dave Chapelle doing standup again, new season of Samurai Jack, new Teen Titans movie, a That's So Raven spinoff is coming out, Lizzie McGuire and Malcolm in the Middle are having reunions soon, Zoey 101 had a reunion a few years back, a sequel to Big Fat Liar is coming out, Finding Dory came out last year, there's a new Ring movie out... yeah, it's safe to say the unoriginal suits in Hollywood are mining the early/mid 2000s for ideas now, like they did (and are still doing) for the 80s and 90s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Looney Toon on 03/24/17 at 4:06 pm


There's a Captain Underpants movie coming out, new Gorillaz songs, Dave Chapelle doing standup again, new season of Samurai Jack, new Teen Titans movie, a That's So Raven spinoff is coming out, Lizzie McGuire and Malcolm in the Middle are having reunions soon, Zoey 101 had a reunion a few years back, a sequel to Big Fat Liar is coming out, Finding Dory came out last year, there's a new Ring movie out... yeah, it's safe to say the unoriginal suits in Hollywood are mining the early/mid 2000s for ideas now, like they did (and are still doing) for the 80s and 90s.


I just hope that by the 2020s instead of making new pop cultural trends we're still just caught up in living in past decades.  :-\\

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 03/24/17 at 8:50 pm

They've now got shows that were on in the early '00s such as "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" and "Becker" on Antenna TV (the retro TV channel) now. Something I've noticed in the last year or two.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Looney Toon on 03/27/17 at 9:41 am


They've now got shows that were on in the early '00s such as "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" and "Becker" on Antenna TV (the retro TV channel) now. Something I've noticed in the last year or two.


Oh snap.  :o Early 2000s isn't mainstream "retro" yet, but a lot of people within pop culture are starting to see it as retro. Comebacks, revivals, re-releases, sequels etc. Won't be too long until most of the 2000s is considered retro.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 06/15/17 at 1:54 am

Early 2000s nostalgia is definitely "in" now. Early 2000s fashion, style, memes, etc. is popular on Snapchat and Tumblr and the like. And Hollywood is now rebooting or continuing a bunch of things from the early-mid 2000s, such as That's So Raven, Arrested Development, Samurai Jack, Invader Zim, and possibly Danny Phantom.

The problem though is that there all these very silly people on 9gag and Facebook and whatnot who think that since they were born in the early 2000s, they're early 2000s kids, despite not remembering a single lick of the early 2000s. Posers!

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: SpyroKev on 06/15/17 at 9:53 am


Early 2000s nostalgia is definitely "in" now. Early 2000s fashion, style, memes, etc. is popular on Snapchat and Tumblr and the like. And Hollywood is now rebooting or continuing a bunch of things from the early-mid 2000s, such as That's So Raven, Arrested Development, Samurai Jack, Invader Zim, and possibly Danny Phantom.

The problem though is that there all these very silly people on 9gag and Facebook and whatnot who think that since they were born in the early 2000s, they're early 2000s kids, despite not remembering a single lick of the early 2000s. Posers!


This was really refreshing to read through. Even the group claiming to be early 2000s kids made me feel better to have actually been a early 2000s kid. Haha

They do it to themselves.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/15/17 at 10:54 am

Honestly, it's not the least bit surprising that early '00s nostalgia is becoming a thing. Think about it, the people that had their core youth years around 2000 or 2001 are folks like me getting close to 30 years old. That's around the age when nostalgia starts taking off for people from my experiences.

Of course, the fad will largely be pushed by college aged kids now, which is ironic because the ultimate early '00s kids were born from 1987 to 1990.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/15/17 at 2:23 pm


because the ultimate early '00s kids were born from 1987 to 1990.

Well no actually. People born in 1987-1990 would already be teenagers in the early 2000s. Ultimate Early 2000s kids were more like 1992 - 1995.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Sir Rothchild on 06/15/17 at 2:28 pm


Well no actually. People born in 1987-1990 would already be teenagers in the early 2000s. Ultimate Early 2000s kids were more like 1992 - 1995.


I think he meant it like teens, since people consider teenagers as kids (unless they're over 18).

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 80sfan on 06/15/17 at 2:38 pm

1989ers are pure 00's teens, to me.  :D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: nintieskid999 on 06/15/17 at 3:15 pm


1989ers are pure 00's teens, to me.  :D


The purest 00s teens would be class of 07 and class of 08.
They wouldn't be in high school during the Y2K era (00- mid 01) or the semi Y2K era (late 01- spring 2003).
They also wouldn't be in high school during the recession era (08-09).

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/15/17 at 3:19 pm


Well no actually. People born in 1987-1990 would already be teenagers in the early 2000s. Ultimate Early 2000s kids were more like 1992 - 1995.


Yeah, I didn't mean kids literally, just that folks born from 1987 to 1990 would've been experiencing their youthful primes during the early '00s. Obviously the prime children of the early '00s would be those born later.

Most teen related nostalgia from the early '00s would probably be aimed at those born mid '80s to late '80s, while most kid nostalgia will be aimed at those born during the years you said.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 06/15/17 at 4:13 pm


Well no actually. People born in 1987-1990 would already be teenagers in the early 2000s. Ultimate Early 2000s kids were more like 1992 - 1995.


1990 was still a little kid (I mean 9/10 years old-12 years old is still a young child to most people) of the early '00s really, but not 1987 who were teens. Even 1989 compared to 1987 is a little bit of a gap in this sense, '89s were still sorta little at the early part of the '00s but '87ers really weren't. People born in '90 were still "little" in the early '00s, I born in 1987 wasn't really. I was a young teen but not a little kid like they were still. Early '00s "children" were born generally around the earlier '90s.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 06/15/17 at 4:28 pm


...since they were born in the early 2000s, they're early 2000s kids, despite not remembering a single lick of the early 2000s. Posers!


I have a friend born in May 2000 who can vaguely remember something from 2002. I'd say that it would be possible for people born in 2000 to vaguely remember 2002 or 2003. That still doesn't make them Early 2000s kids though, however in saying that, if you were to use the 3-12 definition and not just the 6-10 core childhood definition, people born in 2000 were technically in their childhood in 2003.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/15/17 at 4:32 pm


I have a friend born in May 2000 who can vaguely remember something from 2002. I'd say that it would be possible for people born in 2000 to vaguely remember 2002 or 2003. That still doesn't make them Early 2000s kids though, however in saying that, if you were to use the 3-12 definition and not just the 6-10 core childhood definition, people born in 2000 were technically in their childhood in 2003.

Well 2003 is the start of mid 2000s, in September (I think) of 2003. Culturally it also was shifting into the mid 2000s. And how people remember things from 3 years old? Beats me. I have one or two short ones from then, that doesn't count. True memories start when you are 4 years old. I guess some people have super memories then.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 06/15/17 at 4:47 pm


Well 2003 is the start of mid 2000s, in September (I think) of 2003. Culturally it also was shifting into the mid 2000s. And how people remember things from 3 years old? Beats me. I have one or two short ones from then, that doesn't count. True memories start when you are 4 years old. I guess some people have super memories then.


I was born in 1987 and I have some very vague memories from 1989, but it's very cloudy. Still I'm quite positive I have a couple minor memories from the '80s. A lot of people probably do have slight recollections from when they were 2 even if it's not that detailed.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: SpyroKev on 06/15/17 at 5:29 pm

People born in '90 were still "little" in the early '00s, I born in 1987 wasn't really. I was a young teen but not a little kid like they were still. Early '00s "children" were born generally around the earlier '90s.


Um, a 10 year old isn't a little kid. That rank is more below 8. We were kids but not little kids. By 2001, we were 11 with teenage right around the corner. Don't take that away from us.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Brian06 on 06/15/17 at 5:31 pm


Um, a 10 year old isn't a little kid. That rank is more below 8. We were kids but not little kids. By 2001, we were 11 with teenage right around the corner. Don't take that away from us.


Idk 10 is pretty little still to me not the youngest child like 5 or something but idk it's pretty little still. To me being 10 is still the innocent days of childhood.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 06/15/17 at 5:43 pm


And how people remember things from 3 years old? Beats me. I have one or two short ones from then, that doesn't count. True memories start when you are 4 years old. I guess some people have super memories then.


Ah, people can very vaguely remember things from when they are 2 or 3 years old. I don't know why that should come as a surprise.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/15/17 at 5:52 pm


Ah, people can very vaguely remember things from when they are 2 or 3 years old. I don't know why that should come as a surprise.

It does to me. I only remember 5 - 10 tiny little moments max in my life before I was 4 and it was just revolving around family members. My true memories of actual culture as in what we are referring to on this forum started when I was 4. There I remember music on the radio, childrens TV shows I watched, some popular fads, etc. I was not aware of any of this at age 2 or 3. If you were good for you but it is quite a surprise to me.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: TheReignMan99 on 06/15/17 at 6:05 pm

I remember things from both 2001 and 2002.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mxcrashxm on 06/15/17 at 7:29 pm


Honestly, it's not the least bit surprising that early '00s nostalgia is becoming a thing. Think about it, the people that had their core youth years around 2000 or 2001 are folks like me getting close to 30 years old. That's around the age when nostalgia starts taking off for people from my experiences.

Of course, the fad will largely be pushed by college aged kids now, which is ironic because the ultimate early '00s kids were born from 1987 to 1990.
Don't forget the mid-00s! ;) There's nostalgia for that period as well.


Um, a 10-year-old isn't a little kid. That rank is more below 8. We were kids but not little kids. By 2001, we were 11 with teenage right around the corner. Don't take that away from us.
I agree! By the time someone hits 10, he or she is pretty an adolescent even if older people still see them as little kids. Besides, they already have either begun puberty or was just about to.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/16/17 at 12:41 am


Don't forget the mid-00s! ;) There's nostalgia for that period as well.

I'm very nostalgic for both the early and mid '00s now to be honest.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: TheReignMan99 on 06/16/17 at 12:50 am


I'm very nostalgic for both the early and mid '00s now to be honest.

Same here.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 06/16/17 at 1:06 am

I like the mid 2000s too but most normies tend to fuse them with the early 2000s, creating a Frankenstein of 2000-2005/6, basically robbing the mid 2000s of their own identity.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/16/17 at 1:06 am


I like the mid 2000s too but most normies tend to fuse them with the early 2000s, creating a Frankenstein of 2000-2005/6, basically robbing the mid 2000s of their own identity.

Yeah that's true.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Zelek3 on 06/16/17 at 1:10 am

We need a meme to redpill normies on 2000-2003 being early 2000s and 2004-2006 being mid 2000s.

"2000-2003" and "2004-2006"; both of those sets of numbers need to be wrapped up in some kind of joke or funny statement.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: TheReignMan99 on 06/16/17 at 1:17 am

I was a mid-late 2000s kid and to finally see nostalgia coming around for the mid '00s is awesome.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Sir Rothchild on 06/16/17 at 9:50 am


I like the mid 2000s too but most normies tend to fuse them with the early 2000s, creating a Frankenstein of 2000-2005/6, basically robbing the mid 2000s of their own identity.


It shouldn't be with the early 2000s, even though some influences from the mid 2000s came from 2000-2003.


I was a mid-late 2000s kid and to finally see nostalgia coming around for the mid '00s is awesome.


Same. I've been waiting for three years (since 2014) for mid 2000s nostalgia to finally come positively.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/16/17 at 12:48 pm


I was born in 1987 and I have some very vague memories from 1989, but it's very cloudy. Still I'm quite positive I have a couple minor memories from the '80s. A lot of people probably do have slight recollections from when they were 2 even if it's not that detailed.


Yeah, I can remember a few things from 1989. The only thing that really stands out is Christmas 1989. We got a little snow here that day and I vaguely remember being out there with my dad having fun. We moved shortly after my brother was born during the middle of 1991, and I do have some memories of the place we lived at from 1989 to 1991.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 06/17/17 at 9:38 pm


Of course, the fad will largely be pushed by college aged kids now, which is ironic because the ultimate early '00s kids were born from 1987 to 1990.


http://i.imgur.com/xsGRdwB.png

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Slim95 on 06/17/17 at 9:41 pm


http://i.imgur.com/xsGRdwB.png

Reporting people again?  ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 06/17/17 at 9:42 pm

Wow, what is this? Why am I on the ignore list!? >:(

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 06/17/17 at 10:30 pm


Reporting people again?  ;D


They should just make me mod eh!  >:(


You are ignoring this user. Show me the post.


You still haven't apologized for your age elitism in that other thread.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 06/18/17 at 6:54 pm


http://i.imgur.com/xsGRdwB.png


Alright, the ultimate early '00s kids are 1987 to 1993. Does that get me off the ignore list?

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: Encoder319 on 06/18/17 at 7:26 pm

I've always thought of 93ers as the quintessential Y2K/early 00s kids, them having a core childhood squarely within the 1999-2003 era.

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: 2001 on 06/18/17 at 9:03 pm


Alright, the ultimate early '00s kids are 1987 to 1993. Does that get me off the ignore list?


That's right!


I've always thought of 93ers as the quintessential Y2K/early 00s kids, them having a core childhood squarely within the 1999-2003 era.


Educate him!  8)

Subject: Re: Early 2000's Nostalgia starting in the late 2010's

Written By: JordanK1982 on 06/19/17 at 12:20 am

Why does one need to apologize for being right? You forget I am the senpai and I must teach the kohai younglings. ::)

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