2.Year 7s will never have watched the ~iconic~ movie Coyote Ugly and therefore will never have stood on a table pretending to be LeAnn Rimes singing "Can't Fight the Moonlight".
3.Year 7s will never understand the struggle of designating the roles of Destiny's Child and will also never understand the slay of "Independent Women Part 1" because it was released a three years before they were even born.
12.Year 7s will never have a garage phase, which means they can't enjoy delights like DJ Pied Piper and the Masters of Ceremonies' "Do You Really Like It?" which was released in 2001.
13.Aaliyah taught us how to brush ourselves off and "Try Again" over a decade ago. Meanwhile, today's year 7s weren't even twinkle in their mother's eyes.
14.Daniel Bedingfield released "Gotta Get Thru This" in 2001, when it was still cool to not spell words correctly.
15.Year 7s will never understand suffering, because they weren't alive when Bob the Builder took a giant shit on the charts with "Can We Fix It".
16.In 2001, the lord blessed us with all kinds of "Lady Marmalade" slay. Apparently Rita Ora wants to redo it with Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, and Miley Cyrus, so basically everybody should feel sorry for today's year 7s.
17.It's been 14 years since Hear'Say released their first song, "Pure and Simple", which means it's older than the current 11- and 12-year-olds in year 7 now.
18.So Solid Crew had about 10,384 members rapping about having "21 Seconds" until they were leaving to go somewhere, which was much quicker than the two years it took for the current year 7s to be born after the song was released.
19.Enrique Iglesias wasn't asking any of today's youths if they would dance, because he was being a "Hero" a year or so before the current year 7s were born.