All we do is work and work for our child to grow up
DAD! I want a tv
Come on let's go to America!
Around 20 years later.....
Where are we going?
We're going to our new home
MOM! I WAT BEYBLADES! BY THE WAY, I'm going to watch Codename Kids Next Door
My grandparents are always working, from both my mom and dad's side. Both of pairs of my grandparents lived in El Salvador trying to make enough money to move to America. They soon came to America, only my dad's mom, but his dad didn't go. My mom and her parents stayed in El Salvador.
Trying to play Pokemon?
During my parent's generation, they would always work, I guess around 20 years later when I turned 3, my dad came back to El Salvador to take me and my mom to America
Want to go and play Minecraft?
Sure, the library right? You're in luck, I have to get a new One Piece manga
I must admit that the first time that I had found out about being apart of Generation Z, was pretty recent like when Mr. Minnier said we are. But I knew that I was apart of the generation with the golden era of entertainment and toys, like Beyblades, Bakugans, when Cartoon Network was at its prime handing out shows like Codename Kids Next Door
You want to play Yu-Gi-Oh?
Sure why not, I've been meaning to use my new Dinosaur/Lightsworn deck
During my Elementary School years, the kids and I would play Beyblades during recess, we also brought our silly bands and wore them like they were Rolex.
During my middle school years, the famous blocky game, Minecraft, became popular, so I played it a lot. This was also the time where the turning point for mangas started (Mangas are Japanese comic books) like it started to interest me and my fellow "nerd" friends
My high school years was pretty fun. Just recently I started to hear more people starting to get into Anime, Mangas, Dc & Marvel comics. It was also where I started to realize that the great era of Television, of toys, of a fun childhood ended when I entered middle school. I started to see the world as a bland grey world, what I mean is that it started to get boring