Next time some young buck lobs an ‘ok Boomer’ at you, or mocks you for not being up-to-the-minute with digital tech, show him this.
A clip of some young guy being outsmarted by a can opener.
No wonder a generation had to coin the word ‘adulting’.
Straightforward tasks the rest of us take completely for granted — opening a can of beans, changing a tire, or reading a handwritten note written in cursive are beyond the comprehension of a big chunk of a generation.
A generation that looks at anyone not raised with a smartphone in our hands as some kind of a dinosaur.
Watch this poor dear try to wrap his head around such advanced technology as a manual can opener…
Can.exe will not open pic.twitter.com/PS9w6Jd5lt
— badluck (@badluck_jones) November 28, 2019
Bless his heart.
At a time when everyone in the family was busy doing their own job in getting the food ready, our hero was given what you or I might consider the easiest ‘gimmie’ job.
Turns out it was harder than we would have guessed.
Laugh all you want… but remember.
If he’s not already old enough to vote, he will be soon.
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