Utterly adorable! The look of wonder on their confused little faces is hysterical!
I love the Kids’ React shows that the Fine Brothers do! Their Kids’ React to the Beatles is one of my favorites!
I love the one little girl who actually knew what the walkman was for at the start, and also the little boy who kept making good comparisons between the walkman and an ipad.
Haha! I used to have one of these, and it was old even back then. I wonder if I still have it stashed away.
I’m only 24, and my siblings and I used walkmans! Usually when we were doing chores, like doing the dinner dishes or cleaning the bathrooms. Way to make me feel old…
I had various Discman/portable CD player devices throughout my youth, but I definitely liked having an MP3 player or iPod better. Rewinding, fast-forwarding, skipping tracks, and keeping tapes or CD’s on hand (and protecting them from damage) was a major pain.
Wait! You gotta tell them what happens when the batteries die!! I hated when my batteries would die and I’d have to go looking all over the house for more batteries, often stealing them from the remote. It was a much more frustrating time.
I remember my first Discman (well off brand), it was a big deal. You couldn’t move at all while you listened to it or the CD would skip. But boy was it great for it be portable, so long as you were holding it just right so it wouldn’t skip, you could take that bad boy anywhere!
Reminds me of last summer when my then 4 and 5 year old discovered manual roll down windows and corded phones for the first time. They had a blast rolling down the truck window for about an hour and seeing how far from the base they could get with the phone!
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