Why 80s and 90s Kids Are Amazing?

Kids during 80s and 90s, San Isidro High School Bohol
The year 2000-2004: My Highschool Days were pretty hard but fun. These were my girl classmates.

People born between 1985 and 1995 are the most unique generation of all time. Here’s why:

They are in-between two generations: the one before the internet and technology took over and the generation after.

2003 High School Tour (left-right), Margie Abonete, Melgerie Samuya, Jovelyn Merencillo, Jonathan D. Orbuda, (next to me, I forgot the name), Noel Tinaja, Diosdado Sumipo, Joebert Samuya.

The generation before us was old school and believed in working hard. The generation after us believes in working smart. We're in between and trying to adapt and be resilient.

We saw it all: Radio, TV, Mario, Waptrick, Nokia, Nintendo 64, Samsung, iPhone, PS4, Tape, CD, DVD, MIXit, MIG32, Netflix, Snapchat, Emojis, and Virtual reality…

We experience using both multiplication tables and Microsoft excels to solve mathematical problems. We both indulge in the Process of Change. So we both understand and are grateful for both sides - the difficult life and luxurious living.

We grew up during the era where-in if you acted too feminine, then you're gay; if you acted too masculine; then you're Lesbian. But recently, being taught and able to understand that Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Expression are not the same.  And we're able to see the wide spectrum of LGBTQIA+ and able to embrace diversity and inclusion.

San Isidro High School Batch 2000-2004 (left-right) - Adonis Astronomo, Julifheil Bahulay, Carlo Lobregas, Lenibeth Astronomo, Antonette Montemayor, Daisy Robin, Mirazol Gumanid, and Jonathan Orbuda.

The generation before us can be scammed with simple emails asking for money and offering love. The generation after us knows it’s better to have four emails: one for serious stuff, social media, financial transactions, and one for experiments for things you don’t trust

We are the generation that knows the tradition and questions it… picking from it what makes sense to us. The generation before us knew no questions. The generation after us knows no tradition.

We are the gap between the industrial age and the internet age. We understand both sides from experience. We should be running the world! The old guys don’t understand what’s going on anymore; the new guys don’t fully understand where what’s going on came from.

San Isidro High School Batch 2000-2004 at San Isidro High School, San Isidro Bohol on May 9, 2017

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