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2000s

2000s

Belk and Salah

Music:

  • Bye Bye Bye— Nsync
  • Work It— Missy Elliott
  • Ms. Jackson— Outkast
  • Peaches & Cream— 112
  • Party Up In Here— DMX
  • Whenever Wherever— Shakira
  • I’m Real— Jennifer Lopez and Ja Rule
  • Oops I Did It Again— Britney Spears
  • The Real Slim Shady— Eminem
  • Jenny From The Block— Jennifer Lopez
  • In Da Club— 50 Cent
  • In the End— Linkin Park
  • Hot in Herre— Nelly
  • Bad Romance— Lady Gaga
  • Rude Boy— Rihanna
  • Imma Be— Black Eyed Peas
  • Circus— Britney Spears
  • Viva La Vida— Coldplay

Salah: “We had the best music in the 2000s!”

Movies:

  • Hot Tub Time Machine
  • Nacho Libre
  • Anchorman
  • Paranormal Activity
  • Juno
  • Superbad
  • Hot Fuzz
  • Bring It On
  • A Walk To Remember
  • Save the Last Dance

Slang:

  • Gnarly
  • Dude
  • My bad
  • Wassu.
  • Rents (parents)
  • Sweet
  • Bling bling
  • Hottie
  • Crunk
  • Tight
  • Off the chain/hook
  • Whack
  • Sick
  • That rocks

Photo Courtesy of Cassie Belke
Cassie Belke elevates off the ground in one of her varsity volleyball games for Carlsbad High School.

Clothing:

  • Emo
  • Dyed hair that covered half your face
  • Tight pants
  • Band Tees
  • Abercrombie and Hollister (girls)
  • “Skate rats”: baggy pants and shirts (guys)
  • Denim on denim
  • Rhinestones
  • Bedazzled everything
  • Leather pants
  • Halter tops
  • Backless tops
  • Studded belts
  • Low-rise boot cut jeans
  • Velour sweatsuits
  • Spiky hair (guys)
  • Jean skirts

Communication during the 2000s:

  • Computers improved, but information was still not as easily accessible as today
  • Cell phones are advanced enough to become relevant
  • First social media platforms begin, including Facebook and Myspace
  • Still had to look information up in textbooks

Belk:

“Technology is quite a bit more advanced than when I was in high school. Everything is much quicker and much more accessible. I think people are just a lot more impatient now and need to know everything right then and there.”

“Computers were maybe in half our classes, and it was only one or two. I don’t remember anyone really using them.”

“Communicating with classmates and friends isn’t too different today. We had phones (texting or calling), facebook, myspace was around as well, but Instagram was not.”

“Social media is pretty different today, I don’t remember people sharing every little detail of their lives with everyone.”

Hang Out:

  • Beach
  • Volleyball
  • Friend’s houses and pools
  • Pick up games: soccer, kickball and dodgeball
  • Downtown Carlsbad
  • Hiking
  • Biking up the coast
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