Kids right this moment will never understand the struggle of having to stop a Tamagotchi alive, or in trying not to get caught passing written by hand notes in class. Like, what are our present-day kids even wasting their hours on in class? vaping in AP history? Watching cat videos on the iPhones? Someone help us out doors here ’cause we’re too of age for this shizz!
“Notorious virgin” (his words, not ours) and Twitter user LxDx asked the internet what they even did before the existence of memes, digging up a whole lot of nostalgia for those who weren’t totally raised by the internet. We may be a little biased, but we think memes have definitely improved the quality of the internet by tenfold.
We’d like to know what you did before memes! Let us know in the comments!
Many of us Millennials will think back to the ‘90s as the superior decade that can never be beat. We were the kids that got to experience ’90s boy bands, Tamagotchis, and the rise of the internet. However, we don’t always stop and think about all the annoying sh*t that we had to deal with on a regular basis, much of it technology-related. These memes and pics highlight those struggles that we’ll never have to deal with again! (And thank God for that.)
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Ah, the ’90s. The decade of our favorite heartthrob Jonathan Taylor Thomas, boy bands, Space Jam, Tamagotchis and many more things that all of us Millennials so desperately miss. If you long for the superior decade of the ’90s then you’ll really appreciate scrolling through these nostalgic AF pics. We guarantee they’ll make you reminisce hardcore.
A quick warning: if you’re a Millennial then scrolling through the following will probably make you feel really old and sad. Believe it or not, kids today (AKA Generation Z) will never understand the struggles of dial-up internet, or fangirling the crap over the Backstreet Boys. If you’re not feeling old yet, then don’t worry because it’s only a matter of time!
Tony Hawk was pretty much a household name for every kid in the ’90s. Nowadays, however, Mr. Hawk seems to be a forgotten faded memory of the past. These tweets tell of his awkward encounters with those who half-recognize him.
We haven’t forgotten about you, Tony Hawk. We’ll never forget.