I worked at a university and asked some of the students if they like the Spice Girls. They replied, “Is that a cooking show?”
I was working at a high school blood drive, and the math team came in, so I threw out the quote, “The limit does not exist!” They all stared at me.
When I agreed with the adults at a bar mitzvah that the music was too loud and that it was too dark.
I had to teach a 12-year-old how to use a landline phone, and when she was done, she handed me the phone, saying she didn’t see the hang-up button.
When I threw out my back brushing butter onto puff pastry.
I’d started working at a college and was pumped to see some cute football players on campus. Then they arrived and looked like children, and I realized I could technically be their mother.
The kids at the camp I worked at asked me what a cassette was, then were disappointed it couldn’t play music by itself.
The moment you see the doctor and wonder if they are old enough to be qualified.
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One of my students asked me if I had ever seen the movie, Men in Black, because “Jayden Smith’s dad” was in it.
When my daughter asked me if I used to only see in black and white.
When I showed my 4-year-old how to do a somersault and felt dizzy and nauseated for the rest of the day.
When I was asked what the ’90s were like!
I was like totally buggin’
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When I had to explain to my son what a CD was. He couldn’t understand why all the songs were Taylor Swift.
When I realized Titanic was released 20 freaking years ago, and I vividly remember going to see it with my high school classmates the day it was released.
Remembering the 100th episode of The Simpsons when it aired – then catching the 600th.
When the teenager at Chick-Fil-A called me “ma’am.”
When a friend got remarried and his new wife said she was born in ’93. I got my first period in ’92! My PERIOD is older than an adult human?!