Your browser may block some cookies by default. By clicking, you agree to allow our advertising partners to place their cookies and serve you more relevant ads. Visit our privacy policy page to view our privacy policy or opt-out.
iStock-539246196-1504877191334-1504877194846.jpg
Source: istock

Woman Tweets About Issue With New Music Students, And Twitter Can’t Stop Laughing

By Mark Pygas

Things change. People grow old and there's a passing of the torch. The cartoons that you grew up with and loved won't be cherished by the generation younger than you. The games that you played, social phenomenon that you went through, the crazes, the fads, the trends, the movies or technology that you grew up with will seem ancient and esoteric to the new league of peeps who are given the keys to this crazy planet we call earth.

Another thing that changes from generation to generation is how certain things are perceived and/or named. For example:

When you see this character, #, what do you see? Depending on how old you are, it's either a pound sign, or a hashtag. Depending on whether you're musical or mathematical, it could be a sharp or a number sign. It's pretty overused. 

But just to make you feel old, Twitter user Marian Call took to social media to share how all her sister's new students see it...