"MTV actually played music videos."
"I'm "had to make a mad dash sprint to the cassette player to mash the record button when your favorite song came on the radio" years old."
"I saw Disney's "The Lion King" in theaters when it came out."
"Rotary phones were a thing."
"I remember physical keys for hotel rooms."
"I got in trouble in kindergarten because my tamagotchi kept telling me it was hungry"
"Went to computer labs in elementary school to Paint and play pinball."
"There was only one newscast at 10pm, and before it started, a booming voice asked, “it’s 10pm. DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR CHILDREN ARE????” and after it was over, there was an hour of maybe an infomercial , then a test pattern, and TV was OVER for the night. And there was only 7 channels"
"I played the all green Oregon Trail."
"Drop dead Fred, Little Monsters, Ghost Busters, The Last Unicorn, & Labyrinth were my favorite movies as a child."
"When I was little, my favorite cartoons was My Little Pony, Rainbow Brite, Strawberry Shortcake, and She-Ra."
"I watched blockbuster close and remember when netflix mailed movies and videogames"
"Why buy DVD's, we have everything on videotape."
"Until I was in pre-school there were 48 stars on the US flag."
"I’ve lived in two millennia’s, two centuries, and four different decades yet people still tell me I can’t call myself old."
"I had a furrby as a kid"
"Rabbit ears on my television.."
"When I was a kid the big playground argument was Sega vs Nintendo."
"We actually "dialed" a 7-digit phone number."
"I was the first person in my high school to have a cell phone"
"I’ve had experience with these ways of listening to music: 8 track, vinyl, cassette, CD, and mini disc."
"I was around when man landed on the Moon."
"Old enough to have my first phone be a nokia brick phone/flip phone to now having a smartphone. Ahh simpler times lol"
"Toby McGuire is my favorite Spider-Man"
"In elementary school, I got to watch the space shuttle Challenger explode on live television."
"Grew up watching classic cartoon network shows such as dexter laboratory, courage the cowardly dog, Johnny bravo, the powerpuff girls and my personal favourite Ed, edd and eddy."
"I remember Back to the Future in theaters."
"I wore Dittos and high waisted bell bottom jeans to high school. We had a rotary phone in our house. We didn't wear seat belts in the car until I was older and most cars only had lap belts. There weren't car seats when I was a baby. Wooly Bully was the number one song the year I was born and Flashdance... What A Feeling was the number one song the month and year I graduated high school."
"I don’t know if I’m a millennial or if I’m gen z"
"I was alive when 9/11 happened but have no memory of it."
"My parents have never admitted it, but I'm pretty sure I was named after Princess Jasmine from Disney's Aladdin."
"I was the only kid in elementary school with a Game Boy"
"The Soviet Union was still called the Soviet Union the year I was born."
"I remember the sand bag bumpers at bowling alleys (before they got the automatic ones)
Also drank the polio vaccination; it was a nice pink color back then."
"Too young for the first Iraq War, too old for the second."
"I remember my mom having a beeper and a cell phone when I was in elementary school"
"When I was in high school, literally everyone listened to American Idiot and The Black Parade."
"I was conceived when my mom was so overcome by her romantic feelings after seeing Ghost in theaters, starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore."
#14 Millennia is already plural. There aren’t millennias.
Holy sh*t. The microwave was invented in 1946. Aren't you a little old for this?
Same, but it was around when the NES came out (early-mid 80's). My parents couldn't affor an NES so I got a hand me down Atari when my rich step grandparents got their grandkids an NES. They even wrapped it in the NES box.
I also had a pager in high school before cell phones