24 Striking Photos That Show a Generation Gap at Its Best
It was Ivan Turgenev, a Russian novelist, who spoke out widely about the generation gap issue. Things haven’t changed much since then. Moreover, once technical progress got on the path of rapid development, people with a mere 2-year-difference in age seem to be living in different worlds. For example, try showing a tape-recorder cassette to a modern teenager and ask them what it is. All you’ll be left to do is watch them make effortless guesses.
Bright Side is going to prove to you that sometimes it’s not a small gap but rather, a real abyss between people born with a couple of decades between them.
Beware: our editorial doesn’t bear responsibility if you suddenly start to feel really old.
Every generation has its own stylish carelessness to their looks.
“My niece asked me what one of these was.”
Generation Z vs CD jewel case
“13-year-olds now vs me when I was 13”
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“Found this scenario interesting at Starbucks...”
“But...you have real ping-pong!”
Even earlier, they used to be 2 tin cans with a string between them.
Older generations know how to spend free time correctly.
Jurassic Park (1993) vs Jurassic World (2015)
The younger one seems to be playing Minecraft.
“My 16-year-old cousin asked me what these were and I simply told her they were first generation USBs.”
“That’s my 12-year-old sister and me at the same age.”
“Today, one of the kids I babysit asked me, ’What’s this lever for?’ I had to explain it rolls the windows up and down.”
“Some little kid just came up to me on the train and asked me what this was. My heart shatters for children everywhere.”
It’s good he knows who Britney Spears is.
“Me at 14 going to a party vs my sister at 14 going to a party”
2 generations ignoring each other at the mall
Ah, those awkward questions from kids!
“The Motorola RAZR is now in a museum...boy do I feel old!”
“My 18-year-old brother just asked me what this is.”
“Me when I was 13 vs 13-year-olds now”
Do you remember these bands?
Today’s kids will never know what it’s like to have to create their own ankle socks.
Bonus: “Tired of those silly millennials with their gadgets!”
Have you ever experienced the generation gap this much? We’d be glad to hear from you in the comments!