How do you turn this on? How do you play this thing? You call these graphics?!?
In their latest video, Los Angeles-based filmmakers Benny and Rafi Fine gathered a bunch of kids (ages six through 13) to examine a Nintendo Game Boy, the portable video game player that shot to popularity over 25 years ago.
As you might expect, the youngsters were confused by the antique, unsure how it worked or why anyone would ever purchase such an ancient machine.
But many were actually grateful for the device, aware that it paved the way for the far more advanced technology these kids enjoy today.
Except seven-year old Evan, that is. "It's kind of boring," he says in the following footage. "I kind of feel sad for the people in the past."