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The year is 2004. All of our phones flipped, none of them connected to the Internet, and the term "social media" meant nothing to us. Rather than spending hours in bed scrolling through memes with our thumbs, we sat down at our computers and played flash games through an ultra-fast dial-up or hi-tech DSL connection.

If any of this sounds familiar to you, then you must be familiar with one of the world's oldest memes, the Numa Numa Dance. Viewed close to a billion times, for those unfamiliar, the meme was nothing more than a grainy webcam video of a man lip-syncing and dancing to the 2003 single "Dragostea Din Tei" by the Moldovan Eurodance trio, O-Zone.

To the younger readers: Yes, this is seriously what the internet was like in the early 2000s. Be grateful for what you have today.

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