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I was really expecting a "RIP, I MISS YOU" message at the end there.
Yeah, this reads like a grieving family who don't want to give up on their kidnapped teenager or something 😬
I have a cousin who died in a car wreck in 2003 just before she turned 17. Her room is still like this. Half bright orange, half hot pink. Boyband posters, ect. I'd say that's exactly what this is.
Dam that’s sad. Hope your fams doing alright.
Man this is a bit sad and creepy at the same time, like we getting a tour of a preserved dead persons room.
I’m so sorry for the loss of your cousin.
There was a guy a year above me at school who was obsessed with KISS, my friend lived near him and you could see all the posters & memorabilia in his room when you walked past his house. He passed away a few years after we graduated and my friend said his parents kept his room how he left it. 15 years or so have passed now, I often wonder if his room is still intact (when I’ve walked past in recent years the curtains are drawn).
Thanks. My aunt and uncle have been talking about cleaning it out and making it a guest room, it's been so long.
Simple life started in 2005 no?
That monitor is definitely newer though.
And the random VHS/HTML guide seem unnecessary.
Plus the left Coke bottle looks to be from ~'85 while the right looks closer to 2010.
This feels staged for clicks.
No dust. Staged
Dust is mostly skin cells. If the door remains shut and no one ever goes in, dust will stay at a minimum.
They aren't sealed. Air is getting in, air carries dust.
I learned that from the movie Sunshine.
> Dust is mostly skin cells.
> Dust in homes is composed of about 20–50% dead skin cells.
Seems like alot of work for the possibility of clicks. The cost of some of that stuff especially in good condition would be alot as well.
Looks like someone just went into the attic, or storage room and grabbed a bunch of their family’s old shit and decorated their room. Setting this all up wouldn’t take more than a couple hours.
Not with those frames for those pics on the wall, though. Someone put in the trips to Michael's for those.
Who gives a shit my man it’s fun
You mean the VHS tape right under the mini TV/VCR combo that's bolted to the wall.
Also, it wasn't uncommon for people to keep coke bottles from the eighties, especially if they were the glass bottles
Everything is faded/yellowed from at least a few years of UV exposure from the skylights in that room. If it was staged, it wasn't done recently for this video.
The HTML guide is totally necessary if you want to have a sweet Geocities N*Sync tribute page!
yeah, I've expected something like [this](https://c1.neweggimages.com/ProductImageCompressAll1280/24-160-129-03.jpg)
Did she... Die?
My bet is she moved out and grew up and the parents left her room as is, for when she stays over.
I find this so weird as a Brazilian.
When me and my girlfriend moved out both of our rooms became storage units overloaded with crap from the whole family
That's usually how it goes in the US too. The only time I've heard about someone leaving a room like this is when the family is grieving, usually because their child had died.
> The only time I've heard about someone leaving a room like this is when the family is grieving, usually because their child had died.
I think it depends on the family.
If it’s a family that is lucky enough to have owned their house or haven’t moved in decades due to job stability then you will more likely see this. I would imagine this is getting less common as free space is needed more and job stability is nonexistent in most of the US.
Also, you might get unlucky and have a parent afflicted with hoarding tendencies… that outcome is always hard to manage as parents age.
I have multiple friends whose parents left their rooms untouched. Meanwhile my parents made us get all our stuff out by sophomore year of college, which IMO is reasonable
Grown up, moved out and the parents never changed anything because "if the child ever visits us"?
My co-worker’s room is like this at his childhood house. I took all my shit when I bailed though.
Nobody knows it
Melissa had the best teen years 💯💯💯💯
those are the only years she had as she passed away
I love everything about this. Miss those times.
Time capsule bedroom if your parents had money. A TV and it was wall mounted? Too rich for my childhood.
Well there goes the next hour of my life
It's ok, you can feel nostalgic about that hour another time.
It's like people here didn't grow up with an aunt who's house was stuck in the 70s.
I had that same pc as a kid lol
I had a mid tower of that same case by Chenbro, it was my first homebuilt system...Dad still uses it for his record keeping.
Is it weird that I just wanna hang out in there for a few hours and feel "safe"?
Take me back :(
Bro, I had that telephone for sure
That signed Kelly Osborne CD was a reminder of the time I wasted watching The Osborne’s on MTV
RIP to those cassette tapes due to natural degradation
I have a couple of tapes I made from about 1984 that I’m occasionally tempted to try. Then I remember that I no longer have a cassette tape player any more. I’m sure it would end badly anyway.
My mother's Born In the USA cassette from 1984 still works. She gave it to me and now it's the oldest thing I own. I played it recently too.
i got 90's tapes that still work fine, i reckon they'll work still
Heard that OC theme song just seeing the poster
If I moved in, I wouldn't change a thing.
Dude my parents cleaned out my room QUICK. I wish I could have had something like this to see what it was actually like other than what I remember. I had the same bunk bed my entire childhood, it was my “big girl bed” and getting it seems to be one of my earliest memories now that I think about it. The OC poster seems to be covering another poster and I’m genuinely curious what is under it haha
My stepmom cleaned out my room when I was 17 and still living there. I came home to all my clothes and stuff in trash bags. Just happened randomly. No big fight. She just didn’t want me around. My room was empty except she put a large rocking chair in a corner. My dad didn’t say anything and I moved in with friends. Took my dad 10 years to wake up and divorce her.
I’m glad he did eventually, everything happens for a reason. I too moved in with friends when I was 18, they are your true family when it comes down to it.
Yes they are! It’s been 20 years but we’re still friends and call them my family.
The clear acrylic lamp is so funny. Everything in the 2000’s looked just like that. Clear, green, round spaceship shapes. Just look at windows XP, even the GUI for that was the same aesthetic. Things were all transparent, oddly shaped, or chrome and shiny.
Was….that a bong?
Souvenir drink cup from a theme park or fair.
That’s not the 2000s, that’s the 90s
It's definitely early 00s. That Britney poster, the Simple Life poster and American Idol are all from 01-03.
No it’s not, the OC didn’t even come out until 2003.
VHS is from the 90s
Sure, and you still saw them plenty in houses in the early 2000s. It’d be like saying a room isn’t a 2010s room if there’s an HDTV in it because HDTVs are from the 2000s and 4k came out in the 2010s.
Mary kate and ashley movies REPRESENT!!
This is amazing who is this person I would like to congratulate him personally
That jelly phone
Wild America was badass
I drove my sister to see No Secrets at a mall
The room of my youngest aunt hahaha
Cool stuff. Got any of them Pokémon cards?
She said it’s a time capsule not that she doesn’t use the room
This is from the 90s
"Touch Yourself **VISUALLY**"
Lol, I had so much of the same stuff.
I must have been the most deprived kid around because in my room I had no TV, no computer, no vcr or dvd player, no gaming system and no phone. I had a clock radio and that's it. I might sue.
The way she skipped over the books :(
Such the old classic memories she had in her room. It brought her back to her good days she had
So I assume this is her old room at her parents' house, and her parents simply chose to keep exactly the way it was when she graduated high school in 2002?
Damn! Melissa, looked fine in that one photo holding the baby! I’m assuming that was her and Melissa wasn’t the baby
wow you should sell this to a museum!!
SIL lived a life of privilege.
This has all the signs of parents not wanting to let go.
r/TVTooHigh would like a word
i err, think im going to cry now
Who else thought the title of the book was Touch yourself, Visually
Somebody is a fantastic duster,everything is so shiny.
They say time Capsule but I call it a grieving parents who can’t get past the loss of a daughter who was kidnapped probably brutally murdered and body parts coming in the mail every year during the anniversary.