66 thoughts on “I miss the ps2 era”

  1. I wish women were still skinny, every girl around has a big ass and that retarded bbl surgery. Even strippers have them, literary no skinny girls anymore.

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    • I am so happy I grew up and finished college before Facebook and Twitter. I graduated in 2005 and around that time, social media was in its infancy, with the most popular sites at the time being Friendster and MySpace.
      I can’t imagine being a dumb and foolish kid/teenager growing up in this age of social media and having all your fuck-ups be eternally available online for all to see and can never be erased from the internet.
      Kids have the right to make mistakes and screw up without that kind of a punishment haunting them forever.

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      • i was born in ’97 so i spent the majority of my childhood in the bliss of the 2000s but things started really going to shit during my adolescence.
        you’re lucky you had your best years before everything went to shit

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        • I think what really turned things to shit was the Arab Spring.
          Not the Arab Spring itself, but rather the fact that social media played a huge role in it. That was when people realized that social media (particularly Twitter) could be used as platforms for activism. Tons of people started desiring that same level of power and attention that activists in the Middle East got.
          Twitter was always cancer, even in its infancy, but what tipped things over the edge and changed popular perceptions on Twitter and social media in general was that particular event.

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          • twitter activists are literally nobodies.
            the only reason why politicians listen to them is because their balls have dropped and they can’t just send a death squad to twitter or facebook HQ and shut it down for whatever stupid reason.
            They somehow think they can contain whiny crybabies by giving them free shit, without realizing that they will only ask for more and more.

      • >I can’t imagine being a dumb and foolish kid/teenager growing up in this age of social media and having all your fuck-ups be eternally available online for all to see and can never be erased from the internet.
        >Implying I’m not a complete autist who didn’t get the point of it and didn’t even bother using that gay shit

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        • This. I went through my teenage years as social media was beginning to become prevalent and I just didn’t participate in it. Most of the loner/outsider kids just didn’t have much of a social media presence at all unless it was under an pseudonym and they were blogging about vidya or anime or whatever else interested them.

          Even now, you can easily spot the “weird” kid in a social group, since they’re usually far away from the crowd, with headphones in as they just wander around aimlessly. Bonus points if they say that they don’t like getting their picture taken.

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  2. Early 2000s Jessica Biel was so fucking hot. A shame that she became way too much of a gymrat and lost all that beautiful softness.

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  3. Why did the guys from that era look like trash? Seriously, they look like stoners.

    The women looked like soulless bimbo sticks too.

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  4. I miss the games, but I don’t miss the culture. Booth babes and devs + journos acting like edgy 14-year-old boys was always annoying.

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