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People are losing their minds over things that today's kids are too young to understand

A man shared a list of things that next year's 7th graders are too young to understand, making people feel old.

People are losing their minds over things that today's kids are too young to understand
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @joshcullen

Some people might find it difficult to digest that the mid-90s happened almost three decades ago. A few things millennials and older GenZ grew up with happened over a decade ago. Many things that were popular during the childhood of those generations are older than the next year's 7th graders, who will be eleven or twelve next year. Josh Cullen, a personal trainer—who goes by @joshcullen on TikTok—compiled a list of things older than next year's seventh graders, which is certainly a revelation for many. As Cullen shared the things, he warned the users that they might feel old after this as he feels like an old man himself.

Image Source: TikTok | @joshcullen
Image Source: TikTok | @joshcullen

The first thing on the list was GTA V. GTA V or Grand Theft Auto V, an action-adventure game released in 2013. Cullen said, "And we still don't have GTA Vl." The next one might leave many people shocked. The popular Korean song "Gangnam Style," which took the world by storm, will be older than the students entering secondary school next year as it was released in 2012. The music video was the first video ever to hit 1 billion views on YouTube

Image Source: TikTok | @joshcullen
Image Source: TikTok | @joshcullen

The next thing might scare a few people, as said by Cullen while talking about the iPhone 5C. "I literally remember wanting to buy this phone and look how mad it looks." Cullen was very fascinated by the colors of the phone. Even the London Olympics held in 2012 happened before the next year's 7th graders were born, which is absolutely insane. "This one doesn't even feel that it was this long ago. But 'Thrift Shop' will actually be older than them," the creator revealed. The popular song by American hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis was released in 2012.

The man even ended up releasing part 2 of the video. The first thing he mentioned in the video was a PS4, a popular home video game console that is now older than second graders. "This one hurts," Cullen expressed, saying that he felt like a pensioner when he found out this one. Instagram's old logo, which was brown and beige with rainbow stripes, made it to the list. Loom band is another popular trend that has now become pretty old. "Game of all times, Flappy Bird" was the next thing on the list. As per Cullen, the game has also been banned now. The final thing on the list might be surprising for long-time Disney fans. It's the movie "Frozen." "I am not being funny, but what is this all about?" the personal trainer questioned. He wondered where the time was going as he felt that the movie came out about five years ago, but it came out in 2013.

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Image Source: TikTok | @xlaurasmithxx
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Image Source: TikTok | @thedraoidh

@bloo_powder commented, "How are they going to be younger than Frozen, loom bands and the PS4? I honestly can't believe I'm going to take my GCSEs next year." @georgem.9 wrote, "Why is everyone obsessed with the fact that the world is still going on? Time won't pause just for you." @princvssz shared, "Imagine never experiencing that London Olympics week at school it's so vivid to me I was like 7." @megatronmcbigmac expressed, "I've decided to start skipping these videos to benefit my mental health."

You can follow Josh Cullen (@joshcullen) on TikTok for content on online coaching and personal training.

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