Remember spending your evenings quoting Mean Girls to your best friend on your Nokia or using the quotes in general conversation?\n\nWe look back at the things we all experienced in secondary school in the 2000's with both nostalgia and horror that every millennial schoolkid and in some cases those that went to school in the 80's and 90s can relate to one way or another.\nSchool Fields\nThe happiness that spread through assembly when it was announced that the fields were no longer out of bounds.\n\nGirls could sit outside with their friends and make daisy chains, while the boys could play a few games of football.\n\n\nNew Text Books\nThe thrill of finishing a text book so you could be given a new one, with clean pages.\n\nYou\u2019d swear to yourself that you\u2019d keep this one neater than the last and underline the title and date every time.\n\n\n\nHomework\nStaying up late to pimp up your homework with WordArt so that your teachers could just see a PowerPoint covered in massive colourful words and lots of animations.\n\n\n\n\nEraser Pens\nThe amazement when someone bought in a pen with a pen rubber on the opposite end.\n\nWho knew pen could be erased?\n\nLots of people wanted one, but still not everyone had one.\n\n\nHouse Points\nThe never ending war between houses and hating your opponents when they received more points than you.\n\nEven if your friends were on another team, you still wanted yours to win even if you weren\u2019t that invested in it in the first place.\n\n\nTV Trolley\nThe noise of the TV trolley being dragged into a room. It didn\u2019t matter what you were watching as long as it wasn\u2019t your teacher.\n\nIn fact, it didn\u2019t always matter what film it was, as long as you didn\u2019t have to do work.\n\n\n\n\nGroup Presentations\nAbsolutely rocking group presentations by taking turns to read a line at a time.\n\nNobody wanted to be the centre stage but nobody wanted to be left out either.\n\nThere was always a middle ground.\n\n\nRummaging Through Lost Property As you Forgot Your PE Kit\nThe horror that struck when you realised you had forgotten your PE kit and had to borrow a smelly set from the lost and found box.\n\nThey were always dirty and either too big or a little too small and always a little bit crusty.\n\nOh the shame...The shame!!!\n\n\n\n\nReturning the School Register\nHow important you felt if asked to take the register back to the office or give a message to another teacher. All eyes on you when you walked into another room.\n\n\nTaking the\u00a0New Kid Under Your Wing\nThe new kid being treated as the chosen one and being amazed if you were chosen to look after them.\n\nThe idea of a brand new friend was always exciting, and everyone wanted to be in that person\u2019s pocket.\n\n\nPhone Confiscated\nYouTube videos and the concept of viral videos had just started to become a thing.\n\nEveryone had watched \u201cPuppet Pals\u201d or Angry Kid and then had their phones taken away.\n\n\n\n\nOnline Editors\nThere were online editors that would let you bedazzle your pictures and add neon text, plus the ever so popular peace sign. So fetch! \n\nNot forgetting editing your face in a picture next to a celebrity. Good time!\n\n\nDownloading Music\nDownloading music from LimeWire as quick as possible before your parents caught you was a 00's Schoolkid's right of passage.\n\nThen burning that music onto blank CD's or putting on your bulky and limited memory MP3 player.\n\n\nMonophonic Ringtones\nRemember all the cool ringtones from the 2000's?\n\nMonophonic for the old Nokia phone \u2013 which was probably one of the most popular.\n\nAnd don\u2019t forget about Polyphonic for those who had the cooler, more expensive phones.\n\n\nFeeling Nostalgic?\nWhat are you favourite memories of school? Let us know in the comments below.