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Things My Kids Say That Make Me Feel Old

Categories: Fighting the Stereotype

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“What’s a pager?”

“I heard that in the olden days, moms used to wash kids’ mouths out with soap when they were bad.”

“What’s a pay phone?”

“Mom, were cars invented yet when you were a kid?”

“Mom, can you skip to the next song? Why not? What’s a deejay?’”

“What’s a cassette tape?”

“This is boring, I don’t want to watch it with you anymore. The Fraggles don’t even look real.”

“I love Napoleon Dynamite’s boots, they’re so old-fashioned.”

“Why would anyone want a Tickle Me Elmo?”

“Can I have electronics time now? I want to read my book.”

“I already turned in my homework; I just shared the document with my teacher.”

“How did you watch movies when you were a kid if you didn’t have the Internet?”

“Tupperware? What kind of party is that?”

“You had chalkboards in your classroom?”

“What’s a ‘dial-up?’”

“What’s a Polaroid?”

“Did they have Justin Bieber when you were a kid? MMMBop? That’s a dumb name for a song.”



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  • You mean they don’t have chalkboards in schools anymore?

    Neil  |  March 25th, 2013 at 11:13 am

  • It’s All Whiteboards, All The Time around here, Neil.

    Karli  |  March 25th, 2013 at 5:17 pm

  • Neil, where my kids go to school, chalk is that stuff that little kids use to decorate sidewalks. In school it’s only whiteboards.

    paula  |  March 28th, 2013 at 3:00 pm