2/33 Bang On The Door window sucker things. Or any Bang On The Door merchandise.
3/33 Spice Girls The Movie - in a limited edition tin. You know which Spice Girl you thought you were.
4/33 An awesome faceplate for your Nokia.
5/33 Dear Diary... or a diary with an actual lock and key.
6/33 Perler beads. Had to wait AGES for mum to iron them...
8/33 A beaded curtain.
9/33 A Gameboy Color.
10/33 Dance mat.
11/33 A huge collection of smelly gel pens.
12/33 The entire Jacqueline Wilson book range.
13/33 A giant bean bag/blow-up furry cube.
14/33 Shrinkles. You know, those things you put in the oven and burn yourself on?
15/33 A lava lamp. Only had to wait like A MILLION YEARS for it to heat up and work.
16/33 The latest cool pencil case.
17/33 Polly Pocket sets.
18/33 A Spice Girls poster.
19/33 Cherished Teddies lining your bookshelf.
20/33 Dream Phone.
21/33 A blow-up chair.
22/33 A rainbow Slinky.
23/33 A blow-up backpack.
24/33 Fibre optic lamps were the height of sophistication.
25/33 Sea Monkeys.
26/33 A jewellery tree covered in plastic chokers, shell necklaces you bought on holiday.
27/33 A stash of girly magazines that were aimed at an older audience that your cousin gave to you.
28/33 At least one wall covered in pages ripped from different mags you could get hold of.
29/33 A TV and video player.
30/33 Pink fairy lights.
31/33 A squishy notebook key chain.
32/33 A CD rack holding every 5ive, B*Witched, Avril Lavigne and Now That's What I Call Music album. This 1999 release featured Britney's Baby One More Time, Shania Twain's classic That Don't Impress Me Much, Lou Bega's Mambo No.5, Blue (Da Ba Dee) by Eiffel 65 AND She's The One by the master who is Robbie Williams. Oh, and future love rat Ronan Keating's When You Say Nothing At All.