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    things our grandkids will never understand

    Not that I have grandkids or anything :)

    UPDATE: Part II: More things our grandkids will never understand

    I have discontinued the Things Our Grandkids Will Never Understand mug and t-shirt. Sorry if you wanted one! Maybe I’ll come up with something else after a while based on this comic. In the meantime, check out the latest sticky comics merchandise at the official sticky comics store, Ten East Read.com.

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    1. Shay says:

      Going to the store to buy a CD of music. Renting movies. Being upset about missing a TV show episode (like in the days before torrents and PVRs). ^_^

    2. megan says:

      BAH HA HA HA!!! Awesome. Facebook? or Commercials on TV (TEVO) or something.
      Groovy girl.

    3. stan says:

      they wont know CDs either i already have young family members asking if the can play my big cds referring to lps

    4. oliver says:

      I think analog clocks will stay.

    5. anonymous says:

      Add 35mm film to that too. My three year old already has a digital camera.

    6. christiann says:

      Hold onto your rocking chairs, I made a sequel!
      More things our grandkids will never understand.

    7. Chrissy says:

      And portable CD players. I’ve seen little kids sporting ipods everywhere.

    8. tim says:

      analogue clocks will stay.. they reflect how time flows and let your mind imagine ‘in two hours time’

    9. Christiann says:

      @Tim and Oliver: I hope analog clocks stick around, but I wonder if our hypothetical grandkids will know how to read them. I have friends who can hardly read them now.

    10. chris says:

      Funny stuff here, and the update was great as well. as they say, there is truth in jest…

    11. Glenn says:

      How to make change without looking at the cash register for the correct amount.

    12. Jen says:

      I’m only in my late teens and people my age already forgot what VCRs are! I remember when video stores only carried VHS tapes. Now it is all DVDs! wow.

    13. I don’t even know what those things are! haha

    14. A says:

      Hmm, Well, I’m only 30, raising two kids with my husband. We have analog clocks all over the house and teach them how to tell time with them. We teach our kids cursive handwriting, we have a VCR and VHS tapes still and we get the daily paper…

    15. ALLISON says:

      How about the card catalogue in libraries? ‘Member those? They taught us how to use them in “library class” at school!

    16. I grew up in the 80s says:

      Don’t forget pencil sharpeners.

    17. chubaca says:

      i grew up i think in the 90s im 12 almost 13 in december23

    18. Mickey says:

      Love it! You spelled “cursive” as “cvrsive” in cursive, though. :-P

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