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Si fuiste adolescente a principios de los 00’s querías esto para Navidad

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    En la época de los CD’s quemados, los MP3, los primeros celulares y horribles decisiones en lo que a moda se refiere, todo era más sencillo. Ahora, los duendes navideños se han apoderado de nuestras redes sociales y no podemos comer nada sin fotografiarlo antes.

    Es por esto que hemos reunido los regalos que siempre quisiste y que quizás nunca obtuviste si fuiste adolescente a principios de los 2000:

    1- Una cámara digital.

    This was a game changer: Finally, a camera that not only could basically take unlimited pics, but also allowed you to directly upload photos to your computer.

    2- Una tarjeta de memoria para tu cámara.

    OK, so having a digital camera was a game changer, but the memory cards that came with them could barely hold more than 40 photos — which made getting a card with more memory a big priority. Unfortunately, they were pretty pricey at the time, so you usually had to ask for it as a gift.

    3- Una de estas radios donde podías escuchar CD’s quemados y MP3.

    There was nothing worse than only being able to listen to your burned mix CDs on your family's computer. Enter these boomboxes, which allowed you to listen to that 🔥mix CD out loud in your room.

    4- Tu propio teléfono inalámbrico para tu pieza.

    Sure, you might have had or wanted a cell phone, but they had shit reception and had expensive minute plans. A landline was still goals!!!

    5- Gorros Von Dutch.

    Seriously, these were fugly as hell (even at the time)! But seeing every young celeb sporting one in the pages of Teen People or US Weekly made you want one pretty badly.

    6- Una televisión que viniera con DVD y VHS incluido.

    Getting this TV for your own bedroom was a must: Not only did it allow you to watch whatever you wanted, but it also allowed for you and your friends to watch your Blockbuster rentals without the intrusion of your siblings or nosy parents.

    7- Un computador de escritorio.

    Sharing a computer with your entire family was the ABSOLUTE worst, and, honestly, the cause of 90% of the fights between you and your siblings. Nothing was a bigger deal then finally getting one for yourself.

    8- CD’s en blanco.

    You needed to have lots and lots of these for making mix CDs for yourself or your friends. And also for whenever you got the dreaded "burn error" message and had to re-burn your mix all over again on a new blank CD.

    9- Un reproductor de DVD portátil. 

    This was one of the gifts you asked for that you knew you really wouldn't use much (other than for long trips). It was all about the status symbol of owning one.

    10- Una de estas radios para el auto (Si tuviste la fortuna de tener auto)

    The removal face helped prevent someone from breaking into your car. You also needed to have the one that would display cool graphics when turned on.

    11- Estas poleras.

    Whether it was Julius the Monkey stickers, T-shirts, or PJs, you couldn't get enough of this early '00s twee icon.

    12- La primera temporada completa de The OC.

    Back in the day there was no way to binge-watch your favorite show other than physically owing it on DVD (and they weren't cheap!!!).

    13- Un perro robot.

    Honestly, this was one of those gifts you asked for because it just seemed so damn futuristic!

    14- Estas botas.

    OK, these were the legit best thing to ask for: Not only were they ~stylish~, but they also actually kept your feet super warm on those cold winter mornings.

    15- Uno de estos celulares.

    Let's be honest, NOTHING was cooler than having a flip phone (well maybe one that also had a camera that took shitty pics). Of course, just getting your parents to agree to get you cell phone was hard enough.

    16- Un iPod.

    There was no bigger ULTIMATE Christmas gift than an iPod! In 2003, a 30GB model cost $499 (which is still a lot of money today). Of course, if you did actually get one for Christmas, you made sure to casually walk around holding it on the first day back to school, showing off what was basically the iPhone XS of its time.

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