When we’re kids, we can’t wait to grow up. It’s only when we achieve a certain age that we start regretting this and want to go back and be a kid again. Adulting is not easy and many are baffled by a realization about what it takes to simply survive.
Getting older also has a bright side, and one of the good things is looking back and realize how much the world around us has changed. We made a selection of tweets that you can relate to if you’re older than 20, but which would probably confuse today’s kids.
Scroll down for a stroll through the memory lane and allow yourself a bit of nostalgia before you continue with your day.
In the "I'm getting old" department.., a kid saw this and said, "oh, you 3D-printed the 'Save' Icon." pic.twitter.com/rwgCpSjfDQ
— Bill Gross (@Bill_Gross) October 17, 2017
— Anthony Park (@AnthonyParkHere) July 19, 2018
I’m sorry but if you are born after the year 2000 you are permanently 7
— Elisha Gadenne (@Elisha_Gadenne) March 20, 2018
If you didn’t own The Rugrats Movie/Rugrats Go To Paris and the orange VHS tape… we aren’t the same
— Lord Jeff House of Stark (@SaiIBoat) November 25, 2017
When you're waiting for your 7th grade crush to log onto AIM after school and you hear the *door open* sound. pic.twitter.com/plQsIqdXPJ
— Wheelchair Jerry (@BostonJerry) October 6, 2017
Age test: what's the connection between these two objects? pic.twitter.com/ZnynTEXcyN
— Sad & Useless Humor (@sadanduseless) November 13, 2018
The year is 2006. You downloaded Laffy Taffy using Limewire on your blue iPod shuffle. Flavor flav marathon is airing on VH1. You found the perfect wallpaper for your MySpace profile. shiiiiiit. what a time to be alive
— aphrodite (@aphrodite_latif) September 1, 2018
i just had a horrible flashback to the pre-spotify days when i used to download all my music with youtube to mp3 converters & manually organize them into itunes albums with album art i found on google images
— emi (@plantblogger) March 20, 2018
I feel sorry for Netflix era kids. They will never know the high stakes adrenaline of running to the bathroom/fridge/bedroom in a single ad break, with the beckoning call of a sibling screaming “It’s ONNNNNN” to send you hurdling over furniture to get back in time.
— Felicity (@FlossAus) October 14, 2018
After years of searching I finally found my Tamagotchi.
He has a wife and 2 daughters.
Owns a plumbing business out in Scottsdale.
Doesnt want anything to do with me.
— Joel Wade (@Wahday44) August 24, 2018