Be careful posting questions to Twitter, especially if that question has anything to do with millennial culture. Alyssa Lucas, a 17-year-old from Baltimore made that very mistake when she overheard people talking about burning cds in a Best Buy and decided to ask twitter how to burn cds.
Maybe its just the generation z in me but how did people burn CDs? Like how did you just get a blank CD and put songs on it? pic.twitter.com/EVUVaDX645— alyssa (@tamaranians) October 21, 2018
Millennial twitter had a field day reminiscing about the early 2000s. They love nothing more basking feeling old and bemoaning the younger generations just like the generations before them.
I'm nine million years old https://t.co/9nkjhyDcFQ— Whit Follows (@whitneyarner) October 22, 2018
If she never burned a cd she’s too young for you bro https://t.co/gG9LxODYOm— ♠️$ (@Boogiebaby__) October 22, 2018
Is this what getting old feels like?!? https://t.co/l7KiQGXr0W— Breanna Danielle (@ItsBreDanielle) October 21, 2018
Man, look at all the old, cranky ass people in her mentions.— Sit Next To Me (@ohwell0727) October 24, 2018
So bitter, geezus!
Making me feel old kid....want me to show you how to use a typewriter? Record player? Cassettes? 8 track? Floppies? pic.twitter.com/KXzuetzvoa— ⭐Tamara Quinn⭐ (@WalkNightDeer) October 22, 2018
Twitter loves to put on the nostalgia glasses and remind you why their generation is the best generation.
me obsessively tweaking a playlist in itunes to fit exactly 80 minutes onto a CD-R pic.twitter.com/6Gxs3lpOM1— rob groulx (@RG_FILMS) October 22, 2018
My CD binder >>>>> your playlist pic.twitter.com/U6Nh1m6dPd— (@Chamo_44) October 22, 2018
Can't forget the good old days of having a hundred binders filled with thousands of plastic aerodynamic sharp compact musical shurikens just so you can listen to that one Nelly Furtado song in your Mitsubishi Eclipse.
If CDs raised your curiosity then a cassette & pencil relationship will put you on the shrink couch. pic.twitter.com/Ms0lSrCoqZ— Mr Ives (@real_MrIves) October 23, 2018
Ah yes... the good ol days. pic.twitter.com/ZC55BfExjV— Erika Singson (@ChefErikaS) October 24, 2018
Just wait till she has to clean out her parents' attic and they have to explain to her what cassettes and laserdiscs are.