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The Internet has changed a lot since its early days. In the 90s, the Web did not have YouTube or Facebook or Twitter or smartphones, but names such as AOL, Netscape Navigator, newsgroups, modems, e-mail and more.

So, what happens when a group of teens watch a instructional, cheesy video titled “The Kids’ Guide to the Internet” about the Web in the 1990s? They just don’t learn terms they have never heard before, they express their lack of satisfaction the video brings in so many ways.

Watch the reactions of these teens as they see the 90s kids in front of the cameras.

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