Social networks looked like this:
Shoes were a torture device.
When you forgot to feed your Tamagotchi and it died:
When your mom caught you playing Super Mario:
When you were the first to get a computer:
When you were promised a Sega for Christmas but you got this:
All the margins of your notebook were covered with secret signs.
And a 3D image looked like this:
Your stylish haircut looked like a hairdresser’s mistake.
And even your cat had simple pleasures.
You knew what the most painful moment was.
Yeah, you knew everything about pain.
You had to return all video cassettes to a video rental shop, and your younger brother did this:
You watched Dirty Dancing and decided to take up dance classes.
Your parents dressed you only like this:
We knew the meaning of the word "treasure."
And the meaning of a "tormenting choice."
You also knew what willpower was.
Your personal spinner stuck to your hands, the floor, and your cat.
You knew what would make you the coolest person in your class.
Your parents bought you tear-free shampoo, and you understood that everything was a deception.
Volumizing shampoo was an exception.
You needed only 15 minutes to become an excellent graphic designer.
And a photographer as well.
And you were afraid to drop a cell phone on your foot.