Tamagotchi Terror

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Tamagotchis will always be fondly remembered as cute little digital critters that were very hard to keep alive. One of the main things people will remember about these virtual pet simulations that were first released in Japan in 1996, was that they were ALWAYS HUNGRY.

So imagine what could occur if they were kept in the dark and unloved for years…

Really Hot Yoga

Really Hot Yoga

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Really Hot Yoga

Depending on your age, you might have no idea what who the main character in this comic is.
And unless Street fighter is suddenly re-released as a Minecraft or Grand Theft Auto mod, it just won’t be super-cool with the new generation of gamers.

But if you know who Dhalsim is, then feel free to sit smugly back in the knowledge that you get the joke and the Gen-Yers don’t


Mouse eggs

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There are some things that our kids will have no idea about.

This comic is a good example of this. There will be people who read this, who will not immediately know what it is about.
They never knew the simple pleasure of needing to pop the ball out of your mouse to clean it, and improve your computing experience.

Of course, this is not the only example of this. The speed at which technology moves means that many ‘modern improvements’ are just considered as the way things work, by younger generations.
The old “cassette and pencil” combination is already beyond many people.
Another old habit that kids see these days, and laugh at, is the “blow the cartridge” technique. (This still works well on so many things, by the way)

I am almost embarrassed to tell my children that in originally, to play the classic “Frogger” game at home, I used one of these in order to run this.

But, of course, until it is released as an online MMORPG with a 3D film adaptation and erchandising, my kids won’t know what FROGGER is anyway…