Every aspect of the world changes with the passing time and this is why the lives we are living today are quite different from the lives that people used to live in the older times. However, the social media networks have given us a great platform to share our feelings, how we used to enjoy in the old times or what things were close to our heart which are not available in the present times, etc.
Many times we have come across some unusual trends on the micro-blogging sites and recently one person started a new trend in which he asked everyone, “Without saying your age, say something a young person today wouldn’t understand”.
Needless to say, soon people flooded Twitter with their responses and the reactions will make you feel nostalgic too.
The tweet was posted with the caption, “Being nice to strangers online?”
Being nice to strangers online? pic.twitter.com/NnJX9UQ7j9
— Subrahmanyam KVJ (@SuB8u) January 26, 2022
The actress Swara Bhasker also responded to the trend as she mentioned “Blank Call” in her tweet.
Blank call! 🙂 pic.twitter.com/RgN3lSMum0
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) January 26, 2022
While someone talked about the STD booths which were used to make calls to relatives who lived far away, several others mentioned about their favourite serials, snacks, drinks, social media site, etc.
Check out some of the selected reactions:
— Ravish Kumar (@RavishKr1980) January 27, 2022
Without saying your age, say something a young person today wouldn't understand. (Man, oh man, what random chat would throw up). pic.twitter.com/VpznPTcJud
— Radhika Govindrajan (@r_gov11) January 27, 2022
— Shiny C. Vincent (@shinycvincent) January 27, 2022
One sibling holding antena at roof and other is telling, ha aa gya signal.. ab chala gaya… And this going on for long
— Ankit Bansal (@ankitbansal73) January 29, 2022
— Rana Safvi رعنا राना (@iamrana) January 26, 2022
I bought movie tickets on black.
— Priyanka ☘️ Borpujari 👣 (@Pri_Borpujari) January 26, 2022
Coding in LOGO: FD 50 RT 90 REPEAT 360 https://t.co/pxG5aJV55f
— anil 💎 (@anilreddy103) January 27, 2022
Slam Books ( or do they still have em' ? ) https://t.co/VpokcNBVIA
— Vishakha (@vishakhatalreja) January 27, 2022
Small wonder https://t.co/o46wzm7CyT
— Kushal Gupta (@kushkkg) January 26, 2022
— Shubhangi Misra (@shubhangi_misra) January 27, 2022
RK Narayan https://t.co/NCqL78MonG
— Kohai (@Guru_Kohai) January 27, 2022
— Aaaabhishek Gupta (@guptaabhishek16) January 27, 2022
— Dhanya AK (@journodhanya) January 27, 2022
— कोक्रोच (@Object7Invalid) January 26, 2022
Typing in a mobile without seeing the screen. pic.twitter.com/0e667Q5Qgd
— Vignesh (@wegneshwaran) January 26, 2022
This article must have made some people felt nostalgic as they would have travelled back in the old days and it is also true to some extent that life had been more relaxing and soothing at that time than the present era.
What will be your response on this trend? Do let us know.