Millenials: you are officially old. Dispense with your petty nostalgia for the '90s and face facts: you are an obsolete cog in the ever-expanding machinery of the world. Why? Because a new generation has arrived, and they have no idea what to do with the original Game Boy.
Yes, you read that correctly. The toy you grew up with as a kid that first allowed you to play Super Mario Land, Metroid II, and the original Pokémon games is now a mere relic or curio. In the latest installment of The Fine Bros.' "Kids React" series, children aged 6-13 are handed Nintendo's beloved, grey brick, and regard it with indifference and pity.
"I think it's kind of a piece of junk," said one child, surely stifling a cruel cackle. Little does he know the hours of enjoyment you spent with this so-called "junk." Little does he know how quickly he will one day receive his comeuppance.
Yes, one day. This child's impending existential crisis—the very truth you thought would never weather—is now your only comfort in this harsh reality. Alas, it is officially upon you. Do you hear that? That faint, whispering sound? It's the life slowly draining out of your body, day-by-day, minute-by-minute, never to return.
Happy Monday, everyone.