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15 Iconic Moments From 1998 That Feel Like They Happened Yesterday, Not 20 Years Ago

The march of time is never-ending folks, and it's time to face the fact that we're not getting any younger. Sure, to us a lot of the things that happened in the 90s seem like only yesterday, but we're getting to the point where the entirety of the 90s are nearly 20 years ago.

In particular, these 15 20-year anniversaries are going to make everyone who remembers 1998 feel like a geriatric.

It's now been 20 years since Titanic tied Ben-Hur for the most Oscars ever won by a movie (it won 11).


The European Euro became the entire currency of the European Union in 1998!


Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets is 20 years old this year, meaning it's nearly old enough to drink (and I'm not just talking about Butterbeer).


Britney Spears absolutely exploded onto the scene with one of the most iconic music videos ever.


The Spice Girls haven't had a charting hit in 20 years. It's also been 20 years since Geri left.

NY Daily News

We've been "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" for two whole decades now.


South Park was big enough 20 years ago to have a song written for it hit the charts.

Not feeling old yet? Keep scrolling, I guarantee you it'll happen.

Crying Dawson entered our lives when Dawson's Creek premiered in 1998.


So did Sex In The City.


Seinfeld "yadda yadda yadda"-ed for the last time in May of 1998.

Bill Clinton "did not have sexual relations" 20 years ago this year.


Remember when Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were the biggest couple in Hollywood? Yup, it's been 20 years.

Entertainment Weekly

There are adults now who have never grown up without Google, since it launched back in 1998.

Business Insider

Cell phones looked like this a full 20 years ago.

The Lowdown

And of course, everybody born in 1999 is turning 18 this year, meaning every "90s kid" will officially no longer be a kid.

The rejected title of her tape.AZ Quotes

Which of these made you feel the most old?