Things that will be obsolete and passé in ten years.
I'll bet you these show up on VH1's "I love the 00's (OO'hs), where Rich Eisen and a very old Mo Rocca will make fun of them:
Ed Hardy shirts and anything with gothic prints or Olde English lettering - cept for Douchebag Twelvekids, he'll still be rocking his EH shirt.
Reality Shows - there will be high-def cameras everywhere, so instead of watching Jersey Shore, you'll watch "Walmart" or "Bus Station" (in real time).
Monday Night Football - which will have become Everyfucking Night Football.
* Sidebar: Why is the NFL music on Fox, CBS and NBC so goddamn dramatic and epic? What happened to cool, stylized themes?
Baggage Fees - "Nope," you say, "they'll only get higher". No they won't, cause you're going to be buying baggage FARES in ten years. Your bags are going to be on a whole different plane and you'll just have to hope they get there. There will be vending machines that sell clothes though, so you'll be cool for a day or so til your stuff gets there.
Botox -"Remember when people used to stick needles in their faces and shit? Then they'd look like a Macy's Thanksgiving Day float? That shit was messed up."
Potlucks - I can only hope. Maybe if enough people get E-Coli.
GPS' in cars - Huge, illimunated screens on your dashboard? Somebody's got to have come up something better by then.
Bud Lime - Bud Clamato will be huge though.
Facebook - God willing.