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When I make a pop culture reference “from my time” and my students just stare blankly at me like the fucking dinosaur I am

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girlwithalessonplan:

wincherella:

english-prof:

Totally me.

Every time a student says “what are we doing” and I respond, “the same thing we do every night, Pinky.”

What is that from

Sometimes I tell students to get their heads in the game because we’re all in this together and they’re just like “?????”

Once I was assigning a CYOA game project and asked my students rhetorically, “Everyone’s read one of those Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books as a kid, right?” I’d read a bunch as a kid and the age difference between me and them was less then a decade so those had probably still been around when they were kids, right?

Total silence. One kid raises her hand to say she’s heard of them, but never read them.

My TAs, who are literally like four years younger than me maximum, also add that they never read CYOA books. They just didn’t have them when they were kids either.

I have cohorts decades older than me who joke that I need a fake ID to drink in grad school, and still these kids managed to make me feel old.


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