These > boring yellow pencils

There were two kinds of people at middle school lunch: those with Lunchables, and those who were jealous.

It didn’t matter what the style was, as long as it was Jansport.

The haters were so jealous of your sequin purse (that you carried in addition to your backpack).

It’s not a regular highlighter, it’s a ~mini~ highlighter. 

The perfect hat because you were not a girl, not yet a woman.

It went from being so tiny to fitting you perfectly 😭😭😭. 

These were like the phone cases of textbooks. 

If Boomerang existed back then, this skirt would have crushed the Instagram game.

Clear Lipglass, full hearts, can’t lose. 

Hotline BLING.

All you wanted was one in every color. Good news, though, these gems are making a comeback.

*Doodles on hand more than writes on paper.* 

The Rolex of sixth grade.

You never needed anything more than you needed Cs all over your purse.

This would be the year your locker would be organized and cute. 

Because you had to shine bright on your first day of school and roll-on body glitter was the best way to make that happen. 

Like, if Mr. Sketch bottled this, I’m not saying I wouldn’t wear it.

Frankly this image is triggering.

Um, using a pencil without a grip? MADNESS.

Really alarmed to report that we grew up in an era where the kind of notebook you owned defined your level of cool.

Remember when this came out and everyone was like “WOW THE FUTURE IS NOW.” Lol. We were so cute.

The fact that we carried so many writing devices we needed a whole-ass pouch, though.

Did anyone actually use them? No. Did your mom buy them for you anyway? Yes. Did you spend your time peeling the bottom away from the top? Also yes.

These make me sad 🙁

Hands up if you got one of these for your birthday and proudly wore it to school the next day while listening to Joan Osborne.

It was the most expensive thing on your school supply list. It took you months to figure out how to turn it off.

If your glue doesn’t have glitter in it, what is the POINT?

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