00:24 GMT +307 December 2019
Listen Live
    Toilet paper

    From Altoids Sours to Coloured Toilet Paper: Netizens Take Part in #IWishTheyStillMade Challenge

    Get short URL

    The #IWishTheyStillMade hashtag is currently trending on American Twitter with more than 17,000 people already sharing their thoughts of what should return to our lives in 2019.

    A wave of nostalgia has recently been unleashed on Twitter with a trending “IWishTheyStillMade” hashtag, as netizens were jointly mourning things that have disappeared from our lives.

    While different foods that are no longer produced seem to have become a primary focus of the trend, some unexpected things like “coloured toilet paper”, “philosophical points” or even squirmles toys have also been missed by Twitter users.

    Many people were proudly reminiscent of different TV shows, cartoons and music groups, but some netizens could not help but point out that they regretted no longer seeing famous people with “talent” or politically incorrect movies with “macho leading men”.

    There have been other Twitter trends that attracted major attention from internet users, including #TheSexGotWeirdWhen and #BadWaysToStartAConversation

    United States, Twitter
    Community standardsDiscussion
    Comment via FacebookComment via Sputnik