Millennials are the most tolerant, connected, diverse, idealistic, and educated generation ever.
Being born in the ’80s rolling into the ’90s and further than, this was an age (and ongoing era) where technologically we’ve advanced faster and more rapidly as time goes by. Thanks to this, I grew up experiencing things not realizing (till now) that it will be the last time I do them.
In no particular order, I will start with: liking checking out movie time in the newspaper for the last time, printing out directions instead of using your phone, sent one last text using T9 instead of a full keyboard. Check out the rest for yourself!
We logged into MySpace for the last time.
Remember Creme Savers?
The last CD your burned.
Literally rolled down the window one last time.
Watched a VHS tape one last time.
Rewinding a VHS tape the last time.
Printing directions with Mapquest.
Using a pencil to roll your cassette back for the last time.
Went to the Blockbuster one last time.
Sitting and having fun on that spot with your friends for the last time.
Nobody knew it.
Downloaded a song for the last time on.
One handed texting on a T9.
Listened to new music at the store with their headphones for the final time.
Chatted on AOL for one last time.
That prize you got? It turns out to be the last one for you.
Looking up movie schedules on newspaper.
Got a brand new CD and tore off its packaging for the last time.
The last partially used battery you stole for your GameBoy.
We picked up our telephone one last time.