This stands the test of the time as the most badass memo ever.
What rumors did these two adults in their mid-to-late twenties need to address to the teens in 2005?
Alicia Silverstone blabbing about her Batflick, bod and boys? The '90s really were the height of everything, including alliteration. Also, I need that love quiz.
Young & Modern
Who heard Avril Lavigne saying "I suck at makeup" and decided this would be the basis of the entire cover?
You know they just italicized "unpopular" to prey on the millions of insecure teens walking past this mag at the grocery store.
Where's this kid's stylist?
A classic Teen People cover that annually chose a random assortment of pop stars to cover their annual 25 Hottest Stars Under 25 list. We demand to know who made the decision to pluck JC from his band mates.
Freddie Prinze Jr.: Feminist icon before it was cool.
Sure, we were all dying for the JoBros to get more personal than ever, but did anyone want to know the thing Kevin couldn't live without?
Honestly, we gotta give it up to Teen People for having a rather diverse Hot Guys in Music cover. Loads of races and cultures represented here. Props.
Those rumors. Oh, yeah...about whether or not Baby Spice was really a baby? The second-grade me was extremely confused.
The rock issue starred Blink-182, Mark McGrath, Kid Rock, Fred Durst, Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins and the world "heroin."
Forget the sizzling secrets, I'm pumped that this was the Sleepover Issue.
Before their 25 Hottest Stars Under 25 list, Teen People was all about their 21 Hottest Stars Under 21 list to highlight the importance of being hot and sober.
Did the cross in your chain necklace hover just above your belly button? If so, you might have been one of the hottest guys on the planet in 2005 too.
Just like the millions of punk teens that gave a lovelorn sigh when this cover arrived in the mail, I am too giving a lovelorn sigh hoping to one day take a photo as artsy and lovely with my S.O. one day.
Did magazines really use "Pix" on their covers in the '90s? Also, did magazines really call the Spice Girls one of the "grooviest girl groups"?
A fresh-faced Xtina previewed the next millennium in a top and pants the remind me of the wallpaper from my grandmother's house.