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    21 Hilarious "Kids Today Will Never Know" Tweets That'll Have You Laughing And Feeling Nostalgic

    "Kids today will never know the struggle of blowing in a cartridge until you are light-headed."

    I think all millennials will agree about just how insanely different life is for today's kids vs. how we grew up.

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    Before everyone yells at me in the comments, yes, I know things change. But it must sound like we grew up in the '50s when explaining what life was like in the late '90s to kids today.

    And honestly, it makes you realize that there are so many everyday '90s and '00s things that would make zero sense to a kid today.

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    So with that in mind, here are some tweets that perfectly capture normal millennial kid things that no kid today would understand:

    Also, follow these tweeters to bless your TL with some A+ tweets.

    1.

    kids today will never know what it’s like to have to call your pal’s LANDLINE, and have to awkwardly ask their mom to talk to them so you could spill tea and play webkinz over the phone

    Twitter: @biancaa1113

    2.

    Kids today will never know the trauma of waking up in the middle of a sleepover to hear the DVD main menu screen blasting the same music on loop

    Twitter: @syddraex3

    3.

    Kids today will never know how valuable an empty shoe box was for holding your loose photos.

    Twitter: @Social_Mime

    4.

    Kids today will never know the feeling of finessing the “12 CDs for 1¢” system 😭🤣

    Twitter: @fakeshoredrive

    5.

    Kids today will never know the struggle of blowing in a cartridge until you are light headed...

    Twitter: @_GuyShook_

    6.

    Kids today will never know how hard it was to get comfortable on a couch covered in plastic.

    Twitter: @sixfootcandy

    7.

    Kids today will never know the hustle 🙅‍♂️

    Twitter: @ayoBDB

    8.

    kids today will never know the suspense of turning on the news in the morning and waiting to see if their district crosses the scrolling banner of school closings

    Twitter: @onceuponA

    9.

    Kids today will never know the struggle of downloading that one album from the internet.

    Twitter: @ThatEricAlper

    10.

    Kids today will never know what it was like to take a ton of photos, and have to wait a week to find out they were useless.

    Twitter: @ThatEricAlper

    11.

    Sad that kids today will never know the breathless anticipation of flipping pages in the phone book to find just the right name and number...to prank call.

    Twitter: @junejuly12

    12.

    Kids today will never know the struggle of refolding a road map.

    Twitter: @ms__pauline

    13.

    Kids today will never know the struggle of tryna beat a playstation game without a memory card

    Twitter: @chancetherapper

    14.

    @espinosaawendy @MatthewACherry Kids today will never know the agony and the thrill of going to blockbuster for one movie, finding it out of stock, and then picking up something random and discovering your new favorite movie.

    Twitter: @ThomasRod80

    15.

    Kids today will never know the pain of destroying your thumb and still having no clue if the battery had power

    Twitter: @CauseWereGuys

    16.

    Kids today will never know the pain of having their fave song knocked out by a shitty one for the #1 spot on Casey Kasem’s countdown

    Twitter: @eleniZarro

    17.

    Kids today will never know the rush of the internet finally connecting on that third dialing attempt

    Twitter: @CrockettForReal

    18.

    Kids today will never know the glory of watching a Carmen Electra JPEG incrementally unfurl while using a modem that screams at you

    Twitter: @PabloTorre

    19.

    Kids today will never know the frantic fear of making the “I’M NOT HERE!” gesture when someone calls the house phone.

    Twitter: @TorrensJonathan

    20.

    Kids today will never know the sheer JOY that walking into a classroom and seeing this would bring...

    Twitter: @ThePollitt

    21.

    Kids today will never know the faith in humanity needed to have someone tell you that they'll meet you at the mall at 4:30 in front of food court, and to then show up at the mall at 4:30 in front of the food court with no phone or other beacon, just trust that they'd be there.

    Twitter: @vexedinthecity

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