What are the implications of parents giving ever younger kids technology?

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    • #82715
      Anonymous
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      What do you think are the implications of more and more parents giving their babies/young kids technology like tablets to distract them (so they don’t cry instead etc.)?

    • #82716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      An entire generation now completely unsocialised.
      The mental scrotebraination of the average Gen Alpha is going to make Autism look like a freaking joke. God knows how they’re gonna handle employment, the world they’re in requires them to be a bunch of proactive go-getters, but they’ll refuse to do anything that doesn’t provide an immediate dopamine kick.
      We’re pretty much bonked unless society collapses soon enough that the generation after doesn’t have access to the internet from birth.

      • #82717
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Who would’ve thought that a tool that was created for being able communicate all over the world would be the main reason why more and more people are way less social than say in the 60s.
        Humans are scrotebrained by design.

      • #82720
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >An entire generation now completely unsocialised.
        You mean like average freaking LULZner?

        • #82724
          Anonymous
          Guest

          EVEN WORSE!

          developmentally scrotebrained ADD generation that genxers and some millenials will be literally lordly and divine in comparison to. they’re also shaping up to be chronically illiterate because they’ve been and continue to be betrayed by the education system, where many early reading curriculums operate under the whole language theory and don’t teach phonics, instead teaching children to recognize whole words by sight, or to guess through words. They use these curriculums because it’s easier for the instructors to teach base pattern recognition and grade their classrooms as passing than teaching actual pronunciation n sheeit, mayne.
          google "whole language literacy crisis" and just start reading and your freaking heart will sink.

          >"whole language literacy crisis"
          freaking hell it’s all making sense, I can’t freaking believe the average literary understanding these days is so low, but it completely clarifies why so many people completely misunderstand the meaning of so much, especially online.
          Twitter seems like a hotspot for this, usually if a sentence has more than two concepts or one comma it’ll just go over most people’s heads, and it looks like they respond to the conclusions they made after only seeing the first 10 words.
          Fuck me dead it’s real

          • #82733
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >Fuck me dead it’s real
            I remember in my junior year of high school someone asking me what time it was. I politely pointed and told him there was a clock on the wall behind us, and he said he couldn’t read an analog clock. That should give you a perspective on the US public education system.

            • #82757
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >he said he couldn’t read an analog clock
              You went to special ed with him? If not how could any one of you burgers ever feel any pride in your nation nowadays?
              Well, assuming that the youth in my nation follows suit, at least i won’t have to fear that younger people are going to outcompete me if they’re getting gradually more scrotebrained by the year.

              • #82759
                Anonymous
                Guest
                • #82762
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >Drag demon story time
                  Kek. What is this, VRchat?

                  • #82817
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    unironically the average mutt’s middle-school classroom

                • #82849
                  Lennon
                  Guest

                  Where’s the pepe version of that image?

              • #82764
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I’ve had adults tell me the same.
                Hell I’ve had people tell me they can’t read a clock because it has roman numerals on it.
                Tv has destroyed humanity, and the internet is even worse because it learns what you like and feeds it to you so you never put down the device.

                • #82766
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  I can’t be thankful enough of the year I was born. I actually played with my parents, learned to read from a paper book, learned how to correctly use a PC and a myriad of other technologies, enjoyed the peak of many things, and passed through a more than acceptable general education.
                  Now I cry when I see the state of my old ES and HS, and my Uni is also going to shit on the lowest years because of the massive amount of admissions because of memevirus virtuality.
                  When I think how different my like would’ve been had I been born like 2/3 years later I shudder.

            • #82775
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >someone in my age range said "remember pencils?" the other day
              >as if writing as a concept is no longer a thing people do
              >I’m 29
              I can’t even process how to feel about this. On one hand, fuck paper. On the other hand there’s something unsettling about people not even knowing how to write. Cursive went out the window in this area maybe 10 years ago, and I guess today schools in the area are just 100% dependent on typing and maybe printing things out if you need a physical copy.

              I’ve settled on the feeling of horrified.

              • #82777
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I’m usually on the other side of the fence but my girlfriend’s been big calligraphy sperg lately and I realized I can’t read heavier or older cursive styles even though I thought I could read cursive. Even with an alphabet cheat sheet it’ll take me 10 minutes to figure out three words.

                • #82784
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  you learn to read caligraphy by having absolutely horrific handwriting for decades
                  if your english looks like blurry arabic, you’ve probably already trained your brain to read cursive

              • #82786
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >remember pencils
                And I thought I was old because I understand boomerbook memes my pa sends me. I’m 24.
                Fuck cursive tho. It’s nice to know it, true, but PLEASE don’t use it for documents meant for other people. Half the times not even the writters themselves understand it after 2 days.

                • #82807
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >but PLEASE don’t use it for documents meant for other people
                  go fuck yourself, mutt

                  • #82814
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    You will receive all letters and documents in technical writing, and you will like it.

                    i’m having a hard time believing that’s real, but i know that it is

                    Click any one of those videos and 9 out of 10 times there’s a whatsapp number for "donations".

                    • #82815
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      >and you will like it
                      I will, block letters can at least be decrypted without me having to go to my local mosque and bothering the imam.

              • #82854
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >On one hand, fuck paper
                why? It’s a billion times more convenient to write on paper with a pen than typing on a computer. I cannot for the life of me understand why american undergrads are so insistent on using a computer for taking notes and shit like that.
                >inb4 type in latex with vim, scrote

              • #82872
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I remember pencils.
                I started using pens when I turned 19.

          • #82847
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Twitter is causing English to devolve into Newspeak. The book was right when it proclaimed that half the population would speak Newspeak by 2050. It’s just in the wrong context is all.

          • #82863
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Jesus fuck, I think of myself as a scrotebrain but what the fuck. Is this how scrotebrained kids are these days?

        • #82830
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Worse

        • #82871
          Anonymous
          Guest

          The average LULZner can at least coherently communicate over text-woke af online mediums, this new generation will be too far gone for even that.

      • #82780
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >completely unsocialized
        you mean genz? jesus christ its bad. t. genz
        i was completely isolated from the world for like 10 years, come back and everyone’s more socially scrotebrained than me

      • #82822
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I work in fast food management and employ young kids regularly and I can tell you the kids these days are a completely different attitude of that of 10 years ago

        I never made the correlation to them sitting on devices their whole life making it so hard for them to keep focused and withdrawl from their phones a few hours a week but this might explain it

        • #82827
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >kids these days are a completely different attitude of that of 10 years ago
          In what way?

        • #82833
          Anonymous
          Guest

          that’s a boomer in your image

        • #82848
          Anonymous
          Guest

          When we hang out in person we just sit around in a circle on our phones and occasionally show others a meme

          >kids these days are a completely different attitude of that of 10 years ago
          In what way?

          Lazy Gen X parents and teachers let us do whatever we wanted and didn’t make us do all the horrible things they had to do growing up like chores and going to church. We could play video games all day, teachers gave us all the homework answers to every assignment (a few boomer teachers tried making us do work, but you could cry to a counselor and they’d tell you not to worry about it and give you a mental health pass), and parents bought us happy meals whenever we demanded.
          tl;dr lack of work ethic, having a work ethic isn’t cool

    • #82718
      Anonymous
      Guest

      developmentally scrotebrained ADD generation that genxers and some millenials will be literally lordly and divine in comparison to. they’re also shaping up to be chronically illiterate because they’ve been and continue to be betrayed by the education system, where many early reading curriculums operate under the whole language theory and don’t teach phonics, instead teaching children to recognize whole words by sight, or to guess through words. They use these curriculums because it’s easier for the instructors to teach base pattern recognition and grade their classrooms as passing than teaching actual pronunciation n sheeit, mayne.
      google "whole language literacy crisis" and just start reading and your freaking heart will sink.

    • #82719
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There will be even more people that need to be spoonfed about every little thing in their life.
      The world would be a better place if everyone would be an Aspie.

    • #82721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I don’t think you can blame fully on parents for this. They will always choose the easy path for a solution. So if a parent want to be alone for an hour, just distract your kid with a tablet.

      • #82723
        Anonymous
        Guest

        When I was a kid I loved nothing more than being alone without supervision. What happened to the current generation that made them need pacification to be left alone? I was running around in the backyard, shooting nerf guns and play fighting with the neighbor kids. Is all the fluoride really so bad that kids no longer entertain themselves?

        • #82725
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >What happened to the current generation that made them need pacification to be left alone?
          A constant dopamine trickle.
          The shit I’ve seen parents do in order to get their kids to shut up is amazing.
          Never leave a parent with kids alone anywhere near your house, your car, or your stuff.
          Not only have children lost the ability to cope without having a tablet, but parents have lost the ability to control them without a tablet either.

          • #82782
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >Never leave a parent with kids alone anywhere near your house, your car, or your stuff.
            Explain, anon, why?

            • #82787
              Anonymous
              Guest

              I think anon is implying that their kids will fuck your valuables and property up because millenial parents can’t control their kids.

              • #82825
                Anonymous
                Guest

                well they aren’t wrong

            • #82791
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Because kids can’t stand a few minutes without their freaking devices during the day.
              I mean I am also behind one almost all day for reasons, but at least I don’t turn into a restless banshee 5 minutes into a blackout or because we have to pass through a 100km long road without 3/4G cover while going to our usual vacation spot, like my "dear" cousins. Why did I even learn how to drive?

        • #82728
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >running around
          Kids shouldn’t run, they could trip and get hurt.
          >in the backyard
          Kids shouldn’t be in the backyard unsupervised, they could get hurt in all kinds of ways there.
          >shooting nerf guns
          Nerf guns are dangerous, what if you shoot someone’s eye out?
          >play fighting
          Stop that, that’s dangerous! What if someone gets hurt?
          >neighbor kids
          Not without supervision, you don’t know what could go wrong.

          That’s what happened, essentially. It started happening before we got tablets; tablets just filled the gap left by the overprotectiveness of modern parents. It’s a physically safe way to keep a child occupied, and nobody has the time to consider a child’s mental development anymore.

          • #82745
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Close. It was actually "there are pedos on every street corner! DO NOT LET YOUR CHILDREN HAVE FUN" constantly on the TV

          • #82758
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It’s almost unbeliable how much a child’s place has to look like padded rooms, and child clothes like straitjackets and other "safety" features.
            The thing I fear more than them speaking internet creole as their mother tongue and being brainwashed by "influencers" (man I hate that dystopia tier term), is that they will have no risk awareness as they never got burned on a heater (because they are up now, even tho that makes them useless), or scrapped their knees on the floor, or hit their head on an exposed corner, etc. It’s not bad for a kid to get hurt a bit FFS.

          • #82852
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >>play fighting
            I used to """fence""" with my friends with cricket stumps after playing wii, lol. I honestly cannot imagine kids doing anything of that sort nowadays.

        • #82792
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i wish I had had a backyard or neighbors. that would have been cool as fuck.

          • #82793
            Anonymous
            Guest

            My neighbors had kids the same age as me and we would strategically place our plastic play-forts along the fenceline so that we could climb over into each others yards it was the knees m8.

            • #82796
              Anonymous
              Guest

              i wish I had had a backyard or neighbors. that would have been cool as fuck.

              I had phillipino neighbors that would constantly try to convert me to Christianity. It was awful and I went inside and found LULZ instead

              • #82801
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Hahaha I know exactly that kind of person you’re talking about. I used to fuck a lot of asians before I got redpilled on race and that’s every older flip I know. I hope they at least invited you over for scrote barbeque and modelos when they weren’t trying to put the fear of god in you.

                • #82805
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  No, they wouldn’t let me in their house bc muh devil child
                  They did spin flaming sticks in their front yard shirtless though and one day the city came and shut that down, but they kept going anyways

                  • #82816
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Story time
                    >go outside to play with them
                    >I’m like 8 or something
                    >they stage like some kind of intervention
                    >start talking to me about their friend Jesus
                    >tell me that he was able to forgive all of them for their sins
                    >ask them what a sin is
                    >they each have a different answer
                    >doesnotmakesense.tiff
                    >ask them how you could be forgiven for something you didn’t have control over
                    >anger.wav
                    >ask how their friend could be responsible for their actions if he didn’t do them
                    >"Well you see he died for us"
                    >wat.avi
                    >"Yeah, his blood atoned for our sins"
                    >Thisdoesnotmakesense.gif
                    >get up and leave
                    >as I’m leaving hear about how he was nailed to a pike or something
                    >Hey mom… The neighbor kids told me about this weird friend they had who got killed on their behalf because of the mistakes they made

            • #82797
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Mine didn’t allow me to ever go out on my own as a kid. I don’t think I ever interacted with a friend outside of school until my senior year of high school, and after that it was too late.

      • #82727
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >They will always choose the easy path for a solution.
        Being a shitty parent is usually the more convenient choice, and a willing one in this case. Granted I don’t think a lot of parents fully understand how detrimental using a tablet as a pacifier can be for their child in the long run.
        >So if a parent want to be alone for an hour, just distract your kid with a tablet.
        Yes, just leave them with the Youtube Kids app to watch Elsagate tier content churned out by Pajeets and bots. What could possibly go wrong?
        Again, I think there’s a degree of ignorance on the parent’s part here, and they don’t understand that just because the app is made for kids doesn’t mean you’re not supposed to supervise them. YT’s content/quality checking for YT Kids videos isn’t reliable by any means, and all sorts of weird shit like gore, sexual content, bad language, etc. slip through in abundance.
        This shit is like digital crack to toddlers, and if you don’t moderate their screen time you’re going to fry their dopamine receptors in the long run, meaning little Timmy is going to have to microdose amphetamine salts just to focus on something for longer than 5 minutes at a time.

        • #82877
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >little Timmy is going to have to microdose amphetamine salts just to focus on something for longer than 5 minutes at a time.
          my freaking sides this could come straight from some comedy skit. good job anon

    • #82722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Implications?
      More pedophiles trolling on discord and youtube.

    • #82726
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Extremely short attention spans.

    • #82729
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s back again by the way

      • #82731
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >giant schizo collage
        meds, now.

        • #82735
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Schizo
          How newscrote are you zoomy? It only happened 4 years ago, even my mom knows what elsagate is.
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elsagate

        • #82737
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >meds, now
          This meme has lost all meaning at this point. Its just a shorter way of saying "I can’t understand or comprehend the information you provided."

          • #82741
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >"I can’t understand or comprehend the information you provided."
            ironic, since you incapable of comprehending why the elsagate cartoons via youtube’s algorithm and instead attribute it to some sinister force with 0 evidence like the 60 IQ drooling scrotebrain that you are.

            • #82743
              Anonymous
              Guest

              a sinister force must create the content in the first place for the algorithm to distribute it to its consoomers, sadly kids in this case

            • #82746
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >since you incapable of comprehending why the elsagate cartoons via youtube’s algorithm
              This is not a comprehensible statement, and I’m not sure what you were trying to say.
              >instead attribute it to some sinister force with 0 evidence
              And what sinister force does the infograph or my previous post allude to/mention?
              >ironic
              >60 IQ drooling scrotebrain that you are.
              Yeah, ironic indeed lol.

            • #82751
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Rule 2 newscrote
              Anyone who’s been on the internet longer than 4 years heard about elsagate one way or another, went on youtube kids and saw that pedo demon injection guro spiderman rapes elsa then aborts baby hulk videos were 3/4ths of the front page, and no matter what innocent non elsagate youtube kids video you played if you have auto play on it would take 2-3 videos max to be back to satanic pedo ritual videos. Even zoomies should know about elsagate, the first page of youtube results of all your favorite eceleb scrotes doing videos about it combines well over 40 million views.

            • #82881
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Ignorance is not a virtue, friend.

      • #82734
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >yfw this backfires and Generation Alpha overwhelmingly votes to ban abortions forever because of "scary scissor memories"

      • #82742
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If kids didn’t like this stuff it wouldn’t be as popular as it is
        When I was a child I freaking loved this:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6pZ6jQiJpI
        Terrifies me as an adult
        Kids are weird

      • #82820
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ive tried to find and watch this shit for my own amusement and i can’t find anything like what the infographs and shit describe. plus no they did not freaking find child porn on youtube lmao. what a dumbshit thing to claim

        • #82821
          Anonymous
          Guest

          This shits old news, don’t see it nearly as freqeuntly. I remember it being more likely to pop up not signed into an account and freqently watching the education genre and other kid videos, once you got recommended one and clicked it then you’d get flooded with them. The ‘omg actual cp on youtube’ was accidental exposure in stupid webcam videos of themselves they’d upload

      • #82839
        Anonymous
        Guest

        https://youtube.com/channel/UCSxi8ahR7Sfd3c0Xl22Y0Wg
        I’m actually feeling bad right now. What the fuck

    • #82730
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think implications are "more and more parents are freaking shit", and phones have fuck all to do with this. Before phones it was TV, before TV it was picture books, and before picture books it were rattles and shit like this.

    • #82732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You can’t even let kids play vibeo games without getting doxxed and blackmailed for homegrown cheese pizza by the owners of their bing bong game servers. why the fuck would you ever let your own child on the internet? give your kid a freaking basic *nix install. no gui, no network drivers, no web browser software, nothing. if they can write their own and get it connected to the internet they’re grown up enough.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0Id3Ud74T8

      • #82738
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >give your kid a freaking basic *nix install. no gui, no network drivers, no web browser software, nothing. if they can write their own and get it connected to the internet they’re grown up enough.
        That was me, and I turned out fine. Back in the day we drank straight from the tap0

      • #82739
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >give your kid a freaking basic *nix install. no gui, no network drivers, no web browser software, nothing.
        Are you saying we should use TempleOS

        • #82748
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yes. Giving your kid an iphone or tablet is no different than a scrote sow throwing her chitlins a shiny bauble to fascinate them, except this one might also get them groomed into being a shemale and molested by transsexual satanists on their video game server chat program. A man keeps their kid away from that shit or uses it to teach them valuable skills they can use through life. Think like a white man.

      • #82749
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >if they can write their own and get it connected to the internet they’re grown up enough.
        Without documentation and/or access to a working TCP/IP network and proper analyze and probe tools??

        • #82752
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >documentation
          They can have that, as much as they want, in book form.
          Make your own tools scrote.

      • #82832
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This

    • #82736
      Anonymous
      Guest

      they never stood a chance

    • #82740
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #82744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There have been 20 books about this already
      The screens fry their brains and their attention span is bonked
      My cousin teaches at a middle school and he confirmed this many times. Kids today are unable to focus more than a couple of minutes, homeworks and examination are borderline impossible because they are continuously looking for a dopamine rush, their phone, tv, anything

    • #82747
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got a computer in the early 90’s when I was just a few years old and spend most of my youth behind it.

      • #82750
        Anonymous
        Guest

        And you turned out just fine, posting anime reaction images on LULZ.

    • #82753
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what can we do to prevent the end of the world in the next 40 years?

    • #82772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      None, kids will grow out of this shit because they’ve been exposed to it from birth.
      If you’d shown me an ipad at 10; having never seen one, i would have never put it down, but to a 10 year old born now it isn’t a novelty it’s just a thing in their life like TV was to millennials.

      • #82776
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s the youtube algorithm’s to keep people addicted to their site, if it’s possible, they’ll never let them go.

        • #82778
          Anonymous
          Guest

          *it’s the algorithm’s objective

      • #82779
        Anonymous
        Guest
    • #82785
      Anonymous
      Guest

      it’s maybe a little bit better than TV parenting? i’m not sure

    • #82794
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Incompetent parents who give their kids technology to distract them are the worst. why these people have kids in the first place if they can’t handle the responsibility to raise them properly?

      • #82800
        Anonymous
        Guest

        They were raised on TV and think that it worked, so they do the same with the modern TV.

    • #82795
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1-month-old baby and I need to do something about my gaming and junk food addiction

    • #82798
      Anonymous
      Guest

      scrotebrained kids that can’t function properly and will most likely develop autism or a form of it. I have 3 kids and they watch a 30 minute show once a day while we make dinner. Aside from that they play and do normal kid stuff. I dont even let them play video games yet.

      • #82799
        Anonymous
        Guest

        why aren’t you teaching them calculus?

    • #82802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      That post kind of makes it sound like I would fuck the old boomer catholic ones. Lmbo.

    • #82803
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >sister’s friend started a job as a teacher the other day
      >only a few weeks in and she already has stories
      >none of the students in her geography class knew the difference between North and South America
      >some kids asked her what a numerator was when in math class, and then pulled out a calculator to see what 8/8 reduced to
      >she’s started playing the blues before class because none of her students had ever even heard of the genre before
      >someone stole a sink out of one of the bathrooms for a TikTok challenge
      >she teaches at a well funded freaking high school
      >not even remedial classes
      There’s people every generation that say the current youngest generation is bonked. But if anyone has doubts about zoomers being genuine anethema to civilized society, go talk to a public school teacher. Let them tell you of the shit they’ve seen. They were raised by the internet, and have become products of the tangled, primal wants that define online media.

    • #82808
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #82811
      Anonymous
      Guest

      scrotebrain generation with no basic physical skills with significantly lowered literacy.
      scrotebrain generation conditioned to accept invasive spyware hardware as a normal part of life.
      scrotebrain generation genocided, subjugated or both by conquering country in 10 years time.

    • #82813
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Don’t care, everything has always been bonked.

    • #82818
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Being born in 1992 I feel like I grew up in a sweet spot where the internet grew organically with me.
      In the mainstream, computers and internet was for gay nerds until myspace took off in the mid 00’s. Poor kids now have no choice but to be thrown into the deep end.

      • #82823
        Anonymous
        Guest

        At least MySpace required you to know markup to freaking customize your page and you weren’t shoved into the same bland globohomo shit

        Never had MySpace btw. I think anyone born from 88-92 likely had it good with being able to experience a traditional childhood and growing up with an actual understanding of technology if they even slightly bothered

    • #82819
      w
      Guest

      si siguen jodiendo ME LOS VOY A CAGAR CULIANDO A TODOS

    • #82826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Parents using screens as baby sitters should be shot.

    • #82828
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Children will grow up masturbating far more frequently and at a younger age. By the time they are 18 they will need viagra

    • #82834
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >The industrial revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race
      But unironically

    • #82835
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My child will not have a screened device until they can pay for one themselves. I look around and see useless parents handing iPads to their children so that they leave mom and dad alone. What a joke.

    • #82836
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a two year old sis that never ate a single meal without watching YouTube. He literally can’t eat without a screen.
      It’s over

      • #82857
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Is that really much worse than day-dreaming while you’re eating, lol? What do people do when they eat apart from day-dream or watch TV or read books, anyway?

        • #82858
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >is having someone else’s ideas constantly beamed into your head really much worse than having your own ideas
          I bet you listen to music in the shower too.

          • #82861
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >All music has lyrics
            >Not having New Order be the BGM for all your inner ponderings of life

    • #82846
      Lennon
      Guest

      They’re screwed.

    • #82862
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Kids would grow to be nutcases.

    • #82873
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Jesus Christ you people are pathetic, you have the entire history of the world at your fingertits and still repeat it

      • #82874
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >fingertits
        hot

    • #82875
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I made a clone app and clicked on TWO Kaboom Zoom videos. WHAT THE FUCK
      https://youtube.com/shorts/bjo3WncYJsY

      • #82876
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Then I got more scary shit there and my shorts part disappeared

    • #82878
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >addiction was GenX’s signature illness
      >depression was Millenial’s signature illness
      >anxiety disorders were Zoomer’s signature illness
      What will Alphoomers be known for, psychopathy?

      • #82880
        Anonymous
        Guest

        1 second attention spans

    • #82879
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Consumerists

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