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In your opinion, What was the worst trend of 2009?

Asked by h3llolim3 (90points) July 7th, 2010

Hair teasing, Hollister….

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stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

Unemployment rates and stock prices rising simultaneously.

jenandcolin's avatar

I agree with @stranger_in_a_strange_land. I would also like to add men wearing skinny jeans. It’s just bad.

Cruiser's avatar

The price drop on bottled water that only caused more people to buy the darn stuff! Worst trend I can think of….I hate those damn things, the empty bottles are everywhere now!

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

The idea that employers get that because everyone is so hard up for a job/to keep their job, they can downright abuse their employees.

That, and the new 3D. I miss watching movies and not getting a headache.

rebbel's avatar


trumi's avatar

Swine Flu!

ucme's avatar

Paris Hilton?

DominicX's avatar

Hollister was a trend of 2009? Hollister’s been around for a while…

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Dr_Lawrence's avatar

Republican block voting against everything no matter who gets hurt in the process.
Sarah Palin continuing to speak in public.

john65pennington's avatar

Some of the worst music ever recorded. i think all the good songwriters have died.

amazingme's avatar

I dislike emo haircuts and ‘retro hippie’ apparel…Although I those trends are still going on…

amazingme's avatar

Oh, I forgot to mention Twilight also.

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

@amazingme Definitely Twilight. And the hipster thing – more people seemed to care and talk about them in 2009, whereas before they just really only mattered if you lived in Williamsburg, NY or worked for an indie record label.

h3llolim3's avatar

Twilight was the worst excuse for a book, not to mention the following accessories and action figures…

amazingme's avatar

The whole hippie thing is so cliche now.

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