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Teen Girls From The ’00s Will Positively Shriek Over These Pics

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Every decade has its own unique fashion trends. Girls growing up during the 2000s were exposed to a plethora of passing trends. Only a select handful of them stick out like a sore thumb and continue to haunt ladies to this day. These following trends were definitely ones to erase from your memory.

Butterfly Kisses

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Butterfly clips were all the rage back in the ’90s. Folks that tried bringing this trend back in the new millennium were stuck looking like fools.

Love Slowly Kills

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Overnight, Ed Hardy became a fashion bonanza. It also became the go-to brand for jocks and trend hoppers. Towards the end of the decade, Ed Hardy gear was like a repellent.

Gonna Get Rowdy

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Remember seeing the video for Christina Aguilera’s “Dirrty” and digging her hair? Well, the whole black streaks underneath blonde hair trend took off hard. Only a handful of people could pull it off, though.

Step By Step

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Certain things from the ’90s should stay dead. Platform flip flops is definitely one of those things. If you have them hiding in your closet, burn them.

The House That Hef Built

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You saw some bunny ears and thought it would look great on a shirt or earrings. Unfortunately, nobody bothered to tell you the honest truth.

Made In The Shade

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Leave it to Kanye West to be a trendsetter. Made popular in his video for “Stronger,” shutter shades saw a resurgence in late ’00s. Wearing them outside of EDM parties made you look like a fool.

Cheer Up, Emo Kid

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This style will live in infamy forever. The sadder thing is there are a handful of people still trying to bring this back. If only they truly knew the horror.

It Was All A Dream

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Thank celebrities such as Paris Hilton and J-Lo for the rise of Juicy Couture sweat suits. After 2010, everyone lost interest in the company. They were forced to shut down all of their U.S. stores in 2014.

Black No. 1

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Black nail polish was the only way girls could claim to be goth without being goth. Marilyn Manson fans can certainly see through the lies.

Raccoon City

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Raccoon eyes are a sign of a serious skull fracture. Somehow, people decided to turn it into a makeup trend. The only person on Earth still rocking it today is singer Avril Lavigne.

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Behind The Scenes: A Look Back At The Hilarious ‘Beverly Hillbillies’

Can you imagine sticking a group of simple, mountain folk smack dab in the middle of one of the wealthiest and fanciest neighborhoods in America? Well, that was the idea behind the aptly titled and tremendously successful sitcom ‘The Beverly Hillbillies,’ which ran for nine years straight and inspired a movie adaptation. Throughout its nine seasons, fans fell in love with family patriarch Jed Clampett, his bumbling nephew, Jethro, and the iconic Granny. There are mind-blowing details about the show and things that went on behind the scenes, though, that viewers weren’t made aware of at the time. Even the setting was originally meant to be elsewhere! Read on to learn the things you didn’t know about the classic TV favorite ‘The Beverly Hillbillies.’

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Apparently These Things Were Considered Fashionable 50 Years Ago

While fashion choices fade in and out, it’s only normal to see a comeback of certain trends years later. What’s more, there is nothing more nostalgic than looking back on clothing, accessories, hairstyles, pastimes, and more for some inspiration and reminiscing. While it seems like we have come a long way after 50 years, some things never change. It’s also interesting to see what people appreciated in the past as opposed to the present. Read on to learn the things men found trendy about women 1960s – some of them are bound to be quite strange to the modern reader.

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Johnny Cash: The Legendary Life of the King of Country

Johnny Cash had the strong and steady voice of a train running along the tracks – a consummate cowboy who’s as remembered for his life of contradictions as he is for the mark he made on music. He was both a rebel and a romantic, a sinner and a believer, a cowboy and an artist. There’s still so much about the Man in Black that even the biggest Johnny Cash fan wouldn’t know, like why he only wore black or the secret to how he wrote one of his best songs. So, put on your finest cowboy boots and ten gallon hat while we look back on the larger than life stories of the legend that is Johnny Cash.

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