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Current age: 22. I’m really supposed that no one mentioned having to rent movies from Blockbuster or rewinding VHS cassette tapes. Last year I was at a family reunion in Michigan and I overheard some kids around 7 or 8 years old complaining that “Netflix doesn’t have anything cool to watch right now”. I chuckled to myself, and than went over and did the whole when I was your age routine about renting physical movies and video games, which amazed them in of itself. The real kicker for them though was explaining how if they didn’t have the movie we wanted to watch… We had to pick something else! (cues dramatic music)

Millennials may be young, but today’s kids already see us as “old people” haha

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