He blew my cover
Jees, the nostalgia.
@Jipz, I am of the generation that had no backlight to their handheld. You know how you enter a cave without flash but can see a little that's kinda how it was. Never had a DS my parents were against gaming and not being active. I'm pretty happy that they were though.
@Runnin with scissors, yeah had a game boy colour, and a game boy advanced. Had the light attachment which was necessary lmao. And yeah I was very active, champion gymnast and all that and I used to go out with friends all the time, something zoomer kids won't have experienced is knocking on your friends door asking if they want to come out. Didn't get my first phone until I was 10 or 12 I believe it was, it really wasn't necessary and it was strange for that age. Times have changed so drastically in even just the last 10 years. Wow.
@Jipz, I’m a zoomer and I knocked on my friend’s doors as a kid. We played a lot of basketball and street hockey. We’re not all addicted to technology
@TriangleTesticles, to be fair I'm on the edge, Jan 99. I was more talking about 10 to 12 year olds from today, so born late 2000s, is there a newer generation than zoomer now? I have no idea and I don't know why some generations have so many different names like millenials/ gen Y and so on its just annoying. And it wasn't me stating they're addicted to technology, it was more the fact that it exists to be used now compared to it not.likr the convenience of smart phones with digital keyboards for texting made communicating so much easier. Although you could text on button phones, for us kids it wasn't really worth it, especially with the pay as you go packages you had to get that were extortionate.
Mario you damn snitch. This is why I play pokemon
Plot twist Mario is his uncle and you hear him leaving your moms room while your dad is away on business.