It can be very obvious to spot the difference between a person of culture and a philistine but we’re not getting into that today. Age is no longer characterized by the number of years but the generation you belong to. Instead of asking ‘how old are you?’, you just ask ‘are you a Gen Z or a Millennial?’ and whatever answer you get will help you to determine the person’s age. Anyway, there are easier ways to go about these things, keep reading!
Open And Close
Only an OG used a flip phone also known as ‘open and close’. These phones had a way of making you look badass than smart phones do. If you’ve never held an open and close phone, we bless God for your safe delivery today.
To be fair, kids these days are very busy creating content to even play with toys and the ones that aren’t creating content are the viewers. If you played with legos growing up, you weren’t a kid, you were an engineer and an arugbo ojo (translated to ancient of days) at heart.
Even if babies of today claim they love caprisun, they will never know the original taste of caprisun.
They can copy it and make new designs but you will never get the kito feel. They were the greatest unisex footwear everyone could wear and if you didn’t have them, I hate to break it to you but you were a slacker.
Sega Mega Drive
Even if you have the latest PS 10,000, you have nothing if you didn’t take part in the Sega Mega craze, so here you go, Happy Birthday today, sweetie.
Alien Rubber Dolls
I’m calling them ‘Alien Rubber Dolls’ because these dolls came in different unhuman colours and it’s a little wonder kids were not afraid of these dolls. The reason some millennial women are creative today is because of these dolls, IYKYK. [6879337292426054 – MTN]
Super Strikas Comics
No words for you if you didn’t read any of these… Congratulations on your safe delivery today.
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