Entertainment

Mr. Bean And Sabrina's Secrets: The 00s Magazines Every Irish Kid Had

Mr. Bean And Sabrina's Secrets: The 00s Magazines Every Irish Kid Had

If you grew up in the early 00s, you'll know that magazines were an essential part of being an Irish kid. It was a time before 7-year-olds had feckin' mobile phones, and reading our favourite magazine was the greatest thrill in our lives.

The best part was probably the free stuff that came with them, like the iconic Mr Bean 'Scratch and Sniff' stickers. They were considered so important you would make sure to do all your chores to get you €5 pocket money so you could buy them.

So if you'd like to take a trip down memory lane and remember the good ol' days, let's get all nostalgic and re-visit some of our favourite magazines.

1. Sabrina's Secrets

The original, the best. This was probably the first magazine most Irish girls ever bought. They were, of course, collectable, and anyone who owned the purple cardboard magazine holders were considered gods.

via. Twitter
Advertisement

2. The Mr Bean magazine

Who could forget the amazing 'scratch and sniff' stickers that were included? They would have scents like fart, wet dog and smelly socks – ah, the memories.

via. catawiki

3. Smash Hits

This was the only way you would decide what CDs to buy. Smash Hits was an institution in itself and the posters you got were class.

Advertisement

4. Mizz

What can I even say about Mizz. Just like KISS, it played an integral role in every Irish girl's life. There was no greater feeling than seeing Avril Lavigne on the cover, and pissing yourself at the Cringe section.

Advertisement

5. Kiss

Before Instagram, this was the only way teenage Irish girls could learn how to dress and apply makeup. Albeit, we could never do it right, Kiss was still every Irish girl's bible. It used to come with shitty makeup samples that would make you the jealousy of all your mates.

6. The Rugrats magazine

When our favourite cartoon became a magazine the entire Irish population jumped at it. It was educational as well as full of great colouring pages.

Advertisement

7. Finally...Lord of the Rings

This was, of course, limited edition, but we spent our money on it nonetheless. What made this bad boy so special was the figurines it came with.

via. ebay

 

Also Read: 6 Brilliant Snapchat Hacks That Will Change Your Life

Add us on Snapchat – @collegetimesct

Ciara Finnegan

You may also like

A Comprehensive Essay On The Versatility Of The Word Fuck
Entertainment
"I'll Have That For You Next Week" Says Housemate For Eighth Week In A Row
Entertainment
Quiz: Do You Know The Lyrics To The Original Pokemon Theme?
Entertainment
Facebook messenger