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->''Well, nobody ever drove me to school when it was ninety degrees below,''\\
''We had to walk butt naked through forty miles of snow.''\\
''Worked in the coal mine twenty two hours a day for just half a cent,''\\
''Had to sell my internal organs just to pay the rent!"''
-->-- '''"When I Was Your Age"''', Music/WeirdAlYankovic

This is a StockPhrase speech by any character denigrating modern kids, modern conveniences, and/or modern behavior against the standards of the speaker's past. It doesn't matter how many conveniences or benefits are available now; the speaker of the When I Was Your Age rant will not waver in his view that TheyChangedItNowItSucks.

The most common version of this trope is for the speaker to criticize young people as having things easy compared to the hardships of the past; the When I Was Your Age rant almost always concludes that these advantages have made the young people of today soft, lazy, spoiled, or worse; the [[MiseryBuildsCharacter hardships gave people moral fiber.]]

This is a perennial favorite of the GrumpyOldMan or RacistGrandma, and is often played for comedy -- expect to hear some variation of "I had to walk fifteen miles (because it's always fifteen miles, don't question it) to school barefoot in the snow! Uphill both ways!"

When the point of the speech is how much ''better'' it used to be, you have a NostalgiaFilter in place. Might be part of a RamblingOldManMonologue.

[[TruthInTelevision This is not completely made up, though.]]

Compare ScrewPolitenessImASenior, WhileYouWereInDiapers, MiseryPoker.
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!!Examples:
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[[folder:Advertising]]
* Spoofed in a series of AT&T U-verse commercials in which preteens lecture kids only a couple of years younger than them on how [[TechMarchesOn back in their day]], they didn't have wireless TV and [[FelonyMisdemeanor had to wait a full SIXTY SECONDS to download a song from the Internet]].
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Benjamin J. Grimm]] indulges in this from time to time, especially when comparing the undisciplined kids of today to the high-spirited teenagers of his youth. Ironically, due to ComicBookTime, the generation at the young, disliked end of that comparison is now the generation at the old and reminiscing end.
* [[MonicasGang Jimmy Five's]] father once told Jimmy that, with Jimmy's allowances, he once bought stuff for home. Jimmy then asked how his parents did to live off ice cream and sweets.
* While complaining about how low his nephew's grades were, [[TheThreeCaballeros José Carioca]] told said nephew his grades were different back in his day. When said nephew asked how they used to be, José told the boy [[HypocriticalHumor not to change the subject]].
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[[folder:Fan Fic]]
* Father Brainstorm of ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries'' says this a lot.
--> "When I was your age, we didn't have all this fancy shiny techno-gear! Our servant rays were made out of straw and leather!"
** Calvin's dad also says this in the same episode.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* On ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'', Fowler would carp about his days at the Royal Air Force whenever he felt the chickens went out of line. [[spoiler:Then when they build an airplane to escape, they expect Fowler to pilot, but then he reveals that he was only a mascot at the RAF, and never actually flew a plane. Ginger gives him an inspiring speech about how "today ''is'' your day" to get him into the cockpit.]]
* In ''TheLegoMovie'', Lord Business's rant to Emmet is [[TakeThat pretty much a copy and paste of editorials complaining about Millennials.]] [[spoiler:"Well guess what. No one ever told me I was special! I never got a trophy just for showing up! I'm not some special little snowflake!"]]
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Done in ''Film/MyBigFatGreekWedding'':
-->'''Maria Portokalos:''' "Nicko! Don't play with the food! When I was your age, we didn't ''have'' food!"
* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', Lorraine (Marty's mother) chastised Linda (Marty's sister) for thinking that it's okay for girls to call boys, saying "when I was your age I never chased a boy or called a boy or [[AutoErotica sat in a parked car with a boy]]." Then Marty goes back in time and discovers that [[FormerTeenRebel this a great big lie]].
** 47-year-old Marty pulls this on his son in a deleted scene of ''Part II'', saying that when he was his age, when he wanted to watch two shows at once he had to put two televisions next to each other.
* In ''Film/ThePrincessBride'', the grandfather tells the kid at the beginning, "When I was your age, television was called books," before reading him the story.
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[[folder:Jokes]]
* A man told his son he didn't have TV back in his day. The son then asked him what his Dad forbade him from doing in that case.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''[[ForgottenRealms Cloak Of Shadows]]'' Storm tried to inspire young Harpers complaining about having to rise early, then Elminster finished them off with a handful of tall tales:
--> '''Storm''': What sort of Knights and Harpers is Faerun breeding these days? Why, when I was your age...
--> '''Sharantyr''': I know, I know. [...] Then you had to run two miles to the river to bathe and draw enough water for all the horses to drink, run back with it, and get the axe to go out and chop firewood for the kitchen fires, before y--
--> '''Elminster''': When I was your age, axes hadn't been invented yet. Nor horses. We ''walked'' every­where to gather our firewood.
* [[CrowningMomentofFunny Played with hilariously]] by Creator/ShelSilverstein in his poem "When I Was Your Age".
-->''My uncle said, "How old are you?" \\
I said, "Nine and a half," and then \\
My uncle puffed out his chest and said, \\
"When I was your age, I was ten."''
* In the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, an elder does this at a Gathering in ''Forest of Secrets'', claiming that young cats nowadays don't know what hardship is.
* PlayedForLaughs in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' book ''Discworld/ReaperMan'', where the complaining is done by an elderly mayfly, complaining to the young'uns how much more light you got back when he was a lad (i.e., several hours ago). We had a proper sun, right up in the sky, none of this red nonsense. As a contrast, there's also a forest of extremely long-lived pine trees with a particularly old one saying that they had proper glaciers back in the day.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''SaturdayNightLive'''s "Weekend Update" segments in the late 1980s would regularly feature Dana Carvey's "Grumpy Old Man" delivering one of these as a commentary. He'd always glamorize the past even as he described it in the most horrific terms.
-->"Everything today is improved and I don't like it. I hate it! In my day we didn't have hair dryers. If you wanted to blow dry your hair you stood outside during a hurricane. Your hair was dry but you had a sharp piece of wood driven clear through your skull and that's the way it was and you liked it! You loved it. Whoopee, I'm a human head-kabob! We didn't have Manoxidol and Hair Wings, in my day if your hair started falling out when you were 16, by 19 you were a bald freak. There was nothing you could do about it. Children would spit at you and nobody would mate with you so you couldn't pass on your disgusting baldness genes. You were a public menace, a chromedome by age 20 and that's the way it was and we liked it! We loved it! Hallelujiah look at me, I'm a bald freak, O happy day!"
** And about a decade later, Music/GarthBrooks played another such character on the fake game show ''Who's More Grizzled?'' ("When I was your age, we didn't call our elders by their Christian names.")
** Bobby Moynihan's Drunk Uncle character sometimes gets into this, or at least you figure that's where it would be headed [[RamblingOldManMonologue if he could form a coherent sentence.]]
* The "Four Yorkshiremen" skit, originally from ''Series/AtLastThe1948Show'' and later famous in the ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' rendition. Starts out plausible, but quickly turns into a one-upping contest, until...
-->"You were lucky to have a lake! There were 150 of us living in t' shoebox in t' middle o' road."
-->"And when we got home, our dad would kill us, and dance about on our graves, singing "Halleluja"!"
-->"Paradise!"
-->"...right!"
* Mr. Noseworthy of ''Series/RadioActive'': "I remember when I was your age..." is pretty much his CatchPhrase.
* From ''{{Dinosaurs}}'':
-->'''Earl:''' "When I was your age we didn't have lawn mowers, we didn't have scissors, we had to get down on all fours and graze like a cow."
* Happens briefly in [[http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-may-3-2005/colbert---sign-of-the-crimes this]] ''Series/TheDailyShow'' segment. StephenColbert tries to outdo an interviewee's impoverished upbringing with "[[AlienGeometries Did you have floors?]]"
* In the ''HorrorOfPartyBeach'' episode of ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', Mike and the Bots sing a 50s-style song to educate "the young people" about sodium (ItMakesSenseInContext). After it's over, Crow goes into a non-angry version of this ("...with your pierced I-don't-know what...")
* ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' gives us an unusually awesome example: TheBrigadier gives one such lecture to a cheeky major who has the balls to suggest that they had it ''easier'' back in [[Series/DoctorWho the old days]].
* ''Series/MrsBrownsBoys'' gives us this subversion:
-->'''Mrs. Brown:''' When I was a kid, my mum would send me to the shop with 50p. I could get meat, eggs, milk, a comic and a pair of jeans. Can't do that nowadays. Feckin' CCTV!
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[[folder:Music]]
* This is the subject of Music/WeirdAlYankovic's song, "When I Was Your Age".
-->''Every night for dinner, we had a big old chunk of dirt / If we were really good, we didn't get dessert! \\
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Nobody ever drove me to school when it was 90 degrees below / Had to walk butt naked, through 40 miles of snow!''
* George Hrab's ''When I Was Your Age'' is a mild version, culminating in a NotSoDifferent view.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* From ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'':
-->'''Programmer''': When I started programming we didn't have any of these sissy "icons" and "windows". All we had were [[ZeroesAndOnes zeros and ones]] -- and sometimes we didn't even have ones. I wrote an entire database program using only zeros.
-->'''Dilbert''': You had zeros? We had to use the letter "O".
* Inverted in a ''{{Mafalda}}'' strip where she comments with Miguelito how it dawned on her that the twenty-something year olds of today who complain about the older generations nagging them, will be the ones to nag on her generation tomorrow. [[DisproportionateRetribution Hilarity ensues]].
* Spoofed in a ''CalvinAndHobbes'' strip in which Calvin [[ImagineSpot imagines himself]] as Spaceman Spiff being hauled off to a torture chamber by disgusting aliens. Spiff is surprised to find himself in an exact replica of his parents' living room, and one of the aliens announces that Spiff will be subjected to "a calm discussion of wholesome principles." The next panel shows a BigNo from Calvin in the "real world" as his father spouts various StandardFiftiesFather cliches. ("Yes, life is tough and suffering builds character! Nothing worth having ever comes easy! Virtue is its own reward" - and then the TropeNamer.)
* A prehistoric installment of ''TheFarSide'' has a [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Caveman]] grumbling: "Back in my day, we used every goldang ''part'' of a mammoth!"
* ''{{Garfield}}'': When he had Jon's age, Jon's Dad was already married and had a kid. Jon's reply ("Yeh, me") prompted him to state it was a good argument but he still thought Jon should get married.
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[[folder:Radio]]
* In ''LumAndAbner,'' any time Lum prepares to give a speech he invariably talks about being a "barefoot kid of a boy" having to walk several miles to school in the snow.
-->'''Cedric''': I like to hear Mr. Lum's speeches, so's I can hear how many miles and how many feet of snow it is this time.
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[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]]
* Creator/BillCosby has a stand-up routine about grandparents where he talked about how grandfathers always talk about how much tougher they had it in their day, especially about how they had to walk to school in the snow. He mentions a friend whose grandfather spent his entire life in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and ''still'' claimed that he had to walk to school in the snow.
** From ''Bill Cosby - Himself:''
---> '''Bill Cosby''': My father walked to school. Four o'clock every morning. With no shoes on. Uphill. Both ways. In five feet of snow. And he was thankful! ''(pause)'' I asked my father to give me a dollar for the school picnic and he told me how he killed a grizzly bear with his loose-leaf notebook.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The Unhinged Parody set of ''MagicTheGathering'' has [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=74235 Old Fogey]] and its accompanying flavor text.
--> These kids today with their collector numbers and their newfangled tap symbol. Twenty [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=600 Black Lotuses]] and 20 [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=3871 Plague Rats]]. Now that's real '''Magic'''.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* ''Theatre/WestSideStory'':
-->'''Doc''': Why, when I was your age--\\
'''Action''': When you was my age; when my old man was my age; when my brother was my age! ''You was never my age, none of you!'' The sooner you creeps get hip to that, the sooner you'll dig us.
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[[folder:Videogames]]
* Look on ''EVERY'' Video game forum. ''Especially'' the official boards of any online game to find tons of this trope. Expect complaints of NostalgiaFilter and ItsPopularNowItSucks to overlap with it.
** ItsEasySoItSucks heavily overlaps with the trope. Anyone that complains that today's games are too easy or how games back in their day had actual difficulty is likely someone who grew up on NintendoHard games and will probably complain that "kids today" have everything handed to them instead of working for their rewards in a game.
* Done by SelfDemonstrating/CrankyKong in the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' series rather frequently.
-->'''Cranky:''' Look at all these buttons! Back in MY day, kids were ecstatic if we gave them two of 'em to press! And these colors! We only had [[GameBoy four shades of grey]], and we were happy!
** PlayedForLaughs in [[http://brawlinthefamily.keenspot.com/2010/11/18/293-the-new-generation/ this strip]] of ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily''.
-->'''Cranky:''' Oh, look who's come crawling back for advice, even though things are easier than ever! Why don't you ask your newfangled ''super guide'' for help? Back in my day, we had to play through the levels '''ourselves!''' And this controller-shaking thing? We didn't need fancy doodad-filled remotes... four buttons, that's all we had! Also, what's the big deal about playing simultaneously nowadays? When I was younger, we had to be ''tagged in'' to play...!
-->''{{Beat}} as Cranky tags in an ape just offscreen''
-->'''Elderly Diddy Kong:''' ...And by gum, Junior, we '''liked''' it!
* ''EverQuest'' added into the game an NPC "Old Man [=McKenzie=]". The official description of him is:
-->"Old Man [=McKenzie=], a frequent patron of the taverns in the Plane of Knowledge, thinks you adventurers have it too easy these days! Back in his day they didn't have all this fancy armor and magical weaponry, they relied on their wits and not a little luck to survive! Think you've got what it takes to survive in [=McKenzie=]'s Gold era?"
* In one level in ''{{Halo 2}}'', [[LargeHam Sergeant]] [[SergeantRock Johnson]] gives this speech:
-->When I was in the corps, we didn't have any fancy-schmancy tanks. We had STICKS! Two sticks, and a rock for the whole platoon! And we had to ''share'' the rock! So buck up, 'cause you're one lucky Marine.
** The soundtrack of ''Halo Reach'' includes the track "Uphill, both ways". Given the way the Halos are constructed, [[FridgeBrilliance it actually makes sense]].
* In the finale of the ''GuildWars Beyond: War In Kryta'' storyline, you can see a group of old men complaining about how the victory was hardly heroic by their standards, mocking actions taken by the developers in reducing difficulty and adding controllable "hero" characters.
--> '''Antwyn''': Hah? These young'ns call this a final battle? Back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled Asuran magics to protect us from Spectral Agony. We just had to tough it out. Kids these days don't know how good they've got it!
--> '''Jorith''': I remember the day you had to walk fifteen miles uphill in the Shiverpeaks, then kill a spectral abomination just to get one piece of armor infused! And we liked it that way!
--> '''Carden''': That's nothing! You wouldn't be sitting here if me and my two buddies hadn't killed the Lich Lord twice while he was on the bloodstone. And we did it without help from any fancy pants heroes.
* In ''KatawaShoujo'', Jigoro Hakamichi, Shizune's father, does this repeatedly, even when his complaints are false (claiming that Yamaku students don't have cleaning duty) or exceptionally petty (bringing up the ratio of desks to student council members, and claiming his student council met in less luxurious conditions).
* ''VideoGame/StarCraftII'': The Protoss Immortal has this to say [[StopPokingMe when clicked on enough]]: "Back in my day, I had to teleport to and from school in the snow, uphill, ''both'' dimensions!"
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'', Faris needles Galuf about his reluctance to cross the Desert of Shifting Sands. He responds "When I was your age, we crossed burning sand every day--and we liked it!"
* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'' has Grandma Pendragon complain bitterly about how the [[WingedHumanoid Lefans]] are becoming overreliant on the [=BlissRock=], which keeps ideal levels of wind constantly circulating through Gorges. She insists that it's more important to mantain the Fane, and is proven right when [[spoiler:the wind stops entirely, stranding all the Lefans on their backs]].
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' - Zeetha [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20050502 complained]] about "novices today!".
* ''Webcomic/{{Subnormality}}'' parodies the "Uphill Both Ways" line in [[http://www.viruscomix.com/page533.html this comic.]] Turns out it ''is'' possible to walk to school and back uphill both ways, if you have a ridiculously tall house.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=3325 Uncle Sam to Slick]] -- who asks him about the uphill both ways.
* In ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'', [[RetiredBadass General Karl Tagon]] [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2012-04-27 talks about the days before the]] [[CasualInterstellarTravel teraport]], which Kathryn immediately calls out as a cliché.
-->'''Kathryn''': Did you just play the "I walked uphill both ways to school" card?
-->'''General Tagon''': Bliss Hive's gravity generators were flaky, so they cycled 'em mid-shift. It actually ''was'' uphill both ways.
-->'''Kathryn''': Unless you walked in the snow, I don't care.
* ''Webcomic/KarateBears'' used to have to have [[http://www.karatebears.com/2012/05/back-when-i-was-kid.html to walk to school through all types of weather and 10 miles and there were even scorpions!]]
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[[folder:Web Originals]]
* In ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', Grandpa Mutou is an expert at giving these, culminating in TheMovie with the following rant:
-->"This never would've happened when I was a boy! You kids these days and your Millennium Items and your CardGames and your loud music and your hula hoops and your hopscotch and your dungarees and your lollipops and your Sony {{Playstation}}s and your voice-activated light switches and your leather pants and your [[BreadEggsMilkSquick artificial insemination]]..."
** It was even picked up again after the credits:
-->"...your Blu-Ray Discs and your pierced scrotums and your bull frogs and your telekinesis and your Marvel Comics and your Website/YouTube.com and your nuclear physics and your ingrowing toenails and your GearsOfWar and your Creator/QuentinTarantino and your power steering and your elevators and your illegitimate offspring and your... Hey, why did it FadeToBlack? Am I dead?"
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_APoSfCYwU This]] ''SMBCTheater'' sketch.
* "If VideoGame/{{Quake}} was done today" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZtBCpo0eU video]] by Kai Moosmann (mocking [[ViewersAreMorons hints for hopeless morons]]):
--> When I was your age, we {{rocket jump}}ed all the way to school uphill, both ways... [[color:red:IN BOILING LAVA]]
* Referenced by John Cheese in a ''Cracked'' article when he says that, when parents talk about not having video games or Internet and playing outside when they were young, he notes that they only played outside because they had nothing better to do (video games were too expensive and there was nothing good on TV).
** The entire point of this article: http://www.cracked.com/article_19109_6-things-our-kids-just-plain-wont-get.html where he outlines all of the things that modern kids and teenagers won't understand about technology and culture from only a few years ago. Unlike most examples, he actually seems happy that his kids won't grow up with all the frustrations he had to endure.
* PlayedForLaughs in {{LetsPlay/Proton Jon}}'s 4-player {{VideoGame/Battletoads}} race, where {{LetsPlay/PCULL44444}} gives us this gem, succumbing to YetAnotherStupidDeath shortly afterwards:
--> '''Pcull:''' Back in my day, we didn't have infinite lives [[SuddenlyShouting I FELL OFF!]]
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Similar to the gaming forums example, expect lots of young adults on social media sites to talk at length about cartoons from the 1990's, specifically how they were superior to contemporary cartoons, and that they had better/fulfilling childhoods because they can recognize such cartoons on sight.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Grandpa Simpson is fond of these.
** Another episode played with this, where Homer's friend Carl has a chat with him.
--> "Homer, When I was your age, that would be the future, because you're older than me."
** Homer puts a twist on it in "Marge Be Not Proud", when Bart is begging him and Marge to get him a new video game and they don't feel like spending the money:
--> "When I was your age, I wanted an electric football game more than anything in the world. And my parents bought it for me, and it was the happiest day of my life."
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had Grandpa Lou and his stories.
--> "In my day, we had plenty of fun just throwing rocks at each other."
* This was parodied in an episode of ''ThePowerpuffGirls'', it went something like this:
--> "Son, when I was your age, [[CaptainObvious I was twelve.]]"
* On ''{{Franklin}}'', when Franklin first went to school, he was told that his father, instead of taking a bus, had to walk two and half miles to school and back, even in the rain and the snow. His parents didn't go so far as "uphill both ways," though.
* An episode of ''JimmyTwoShoes'' had Lucius noting, that when he was Beezy's age, he was more productive...[[KickTheDog at spreading misery]].
* Timmy's paternal grandfather in ''TheFairlyOddparents'' is quite fond of the trope. His first non-flashback line was a rant about how he doesn't like things as how they're today when compared to what they used to be.
* ''WesternAnimation/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventures'' used this with Ted's father.
* SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker used this trope in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker''.
* ''WheelSquad'': Jessica's mother berated her for her grades by claiming to have gotten better ones. Jessica then got her mother's old report cards to verify the claim.
* In an episode of ''[[TheAdventuresofJimmyNeutron Jimmy Neutron]]'', Jimmy, Carl and Sheen accidentally [[RapidAging turn themselves old]] and fall into this.
-->'''Sheen:''' When I was a kid the sky was bluer, and a quarter would get you groceries for a week.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheXS The X's]]'': "You know, when I was your age, [[CaptainObvious I was younger.]]"
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* This trope is OlderThanFeudalism.
--> I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on the frivolous youth of today, for certainly all youth are reckless beyond words. When I was a boy, we were taught to be discreet and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly wise and impatient of restraint.
---> Hesiod, '''Eighth Century B.C.'''
** Even older than that. There are clay tablets from Sumeria, ca. '''2500 BC''' with similar sentiments about youth not respecting their elders.
** Believe it or not, old people have been complaining about young people for almost three millenia. If even half of them were right, civilization should have completely decayed by now.
** Of course they were ''taught'' to be polite, wait their turn and be respectful of their elders. Like every generation before and since, they didn't pay attention then, just as today's young don't pay attention now.
* Variant heard at [[MilitaryAcademy VMI]] from cadets who had previously been enlisted servicemembers: "when I was in Kuwait, we had to walk three times as far to get to the bathroom."
* Golfer Sam Snead, playing a practice round against the much younger Buddy Cole at Augusta National, mused aloud about the trees between them and the hole: "When I was your age, I'd drive the ball right over those trees". After Cole took up the implicit challenge and failed, Snead pointed out that when he was Cole's age the trees were much shorter.
** Note that this is actually a really old joke.
* When you find yourself saying this, (or "Kids today!") it is a sure sign that you yourself are officially middle-aged.
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Bah, you young'uns have it so easy now. Back in my day, we had to figure out when the examples list ended, ''[[HypocriticalHumor without]]'' your silly [[TheStinger stingers]]!

And we LIKED it that way!
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