18 Things That Were The Fidget Spinner Of The 2000s
Fidget spinners are out of control.
Almost every kid in America has one. Made for people with ADHD, autism or anxiety, this handy tool keeps your attention focused and gives you an outlet for your fidgets. However, we didn’t always have spinners. Back in the 2000s, we had a whole different array of toys. Ranging from Tech-Decks to Tamagotchis, here are the decade old fidget spinners.
1.Those mini skateboards you flipped with your fingers.
2.A brightly-coloured Tamagotchi, if not multiple.
3.Those Scoobie strings that you braided into some weird bracelet or keychain.
4.Pogs covered in your fave cartoon characters, or the random ones that came straight out of your chip packets.
5.Those “totally legit” bracelets that revealed just how dirty you were if you broke them.
6.And the slap bands you threw on your wrist with excessive force, or that you broke from fiddling with too much.
7.Those weird tubes filled with liquid that, looking back, kinda made you feel like you were practicing for future hand jobs.
8.Beyblades and all other off-brand zip spinner toys.
9.This needy bitch you had to take care of in her Pixel Chix house.
10.Those strange Bakugan balls that popped open when they touched anything magnetic.