Rugrats: How Boomers Scarred a Generation

19 oct. 2020
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You loved Rugrats as a kid because of the charming babies. But what if, looking back the most interesting part of the show is actually ... the parents? We'll explain in this Wisecrack Edition on Rugrats: How Boomers Scarred a Generation.

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Written by: Amanda Scherker
Hosted by: Michael Burns
Directed by: Elizabeth Yarwood
Video Title Card Design: Amanda Murphy
Motion Graphics by: Jackson Maher
Editing by: Brian M Kim
Produced by: Evan Yee

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  • What else should we cover? More 90s cartoons?

    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a mois
    • Yes! You should do an analysis of Animaniacs and compare the original to the reboot!

      PockASqueenoPockASqueenoIl y a 10 jours
    • @Ross Petersen cover how wrong it sounds for people to say boomer

      Carter SmithCarter SmithIl y a 17 jours
    • have you covered real monsters?

      Gianna Di Biase CastroGianna Di Biase CastroIl y a 23 jours
    • Tiny Toones. Especially, Pinky and The Brain. The little one's were placated everyday by these with 'The Squarefaced-babysitter'. I suspect the answers to questions about that demographic lie within the babysitter's storyboards.

      toetoeIl y a 25 jours
    • That would make sense. Hey Arnold the ultimate do-gooder? I remember I was just around that age when the cartoon came out, and they were all my age., 4th graders I think.

      Karyn GarnettKaryn GarnettIl y a 27 jours
  • As a gen x parent of 90s gen z kids who grow up on the rug rats this is brilliant 😉

    Jane PearceJane PearceIl y a 3 jours
  • 🤓✋ ok boomer

    Everything's SadgeEverything's SadgeIl y a 3 jours
  • I hate how one generation attacks previous generations. I'm not a Boomer but I know my parents did the best they could with what they had and I'm grateful. Millennials and Gen Zers are going to screw their kids up too and they will blame their parents. This cycle is getting old.

    goodfellabeatsgoodfellabeatsIl y a 4 jours
  • Boomers raising Millennials is an interesting concept. Because they actually raised the Millennial's parents, The Gen X. Also Boomers were far from the Yuppies they used to be when we were born. They were constantly bemoaning concepts like participation rewards and new kinds of popart like anime and whatnot. Also it was Gen X that lived in the very economically cut throat times. The wealth gap has grown so out of control that the Millennials grew up in a borderline invisible cast system. Owning a house is a foreign concept, unless you were okay with the opportunities small town life offered. But hey, the online business boom of 2010's has been a game changer. I am excited for Gen Z and wish them better luck.

    Cryptic CorgiCryptic CorgiIl y a 4 jours
  • I think you might be overthinking a show meant to entertain so characteristics were heightened for comedic effects. I'm a millennial as it would be called. And personal responsibility is important, not "social safety nets" i will agree that jobs aren't like they used to be, but good jobs were leaving the US because of too much government intervention.

    MayhemMayhemIl y a 4 jours
  • Stu is my spirit animal

    Joe mommaJoe mommaIl y a 9 jours
  • The parents in 'Rugrats' are too young to be Boomers. The Baby Boom was 1941-1961; Rugrats didn't even start until August 1991, when Boomers were already 30-50 years old. Have you entirely forgotten about Gen X, born in the 60's and 70's, who had their babies in the 90's and 'naughties when 'Rugrats' was so popular?

    Jess ChristiansenJess ChristiansenIl y a 9 jours
  • This video has honestly helped me become a better parent. 🙏🏻

    Trapping Over VegasTrapping Over VegasIl y a 9 jours
  • As a mum of a 6 year old, your description on Deedees parenting of basically having to obsess and fuss over your child 24/7 to be "a good parent" is quite accurate nowadays. Also, like and sub.

    The disco_timelordThe disco_timelordIl y a 9 jours
  • I like to think Phil and Lil's parents got divorced circa 2010 after their mom decided to live her truth

    Fiona DooleyFiona DooleyIl y a 9 jours
    • She was the masculine one in the the relationship with Phil and Lil's father. She emasculated him. And I can see why you made that comment lol

      Amari's PerspectiveAmari's PerspectiveIl y a 4 jours
  • Wait, wouldn't this make the Rugrats TV show parents Gen. X'ers and *NOT* Boomers? Most of the parents seemed like young(ish) adults. (I'm not aware of their actual in-universe ages so correct me if I'm wrong!)

    Maggie ShannonMaggie ShannonIl y a 9 jours
  • "Capitalism worked for nearly everyone" ignores literally everyone who wasn't white...

    Ty TyTy TyIl y a 10 jours
  • So genX didn't exist?

    Joel KrysiakJoel KrysiakIl y a 11 jours
  • It consistently amazes me how often people make this stupid mistake. The Baby Boomer generation did NOT raise the millennials!!! The Boomers raised "Generation X" and Gen X's children are the millennials. #GoogleIsAThing 🙄

    Dr. Braxy Gilkey CruisesDr. Braxy Gilkey CruisesIl y a 11 jours
    • Right. There might be some exceptions where you had some baby boomers that had children later in life in which those children ended up being millennials. But for the most part boomers raised gen xers.

      Amari's PerspectiveAmari's PerspectiveIl y a 4 jours
  • Aren't the "boomers" in question here actually GenX? the actual Baby boomers would have been in their 50-60s by the 90s. While some of them were probably late blooming parents it was really Gen X's show at that point.

    SlagathorSlagathorIl y a 12 jours
  • *sigh* I am so glad I had neurodiverse parents who mostly taught me about making the most of my abilities whilst understanding and adapting around my limitations (I'm neurodiverse too)

    James CorrallJames CorrallIl y a 12 jours
  • Man, this video was an eye opener. I'm an elder millennial born in 83. Unlike the rugrats my father wasn't a boomer. He was born in 1938, making him a member of the silent generation. Thinking back on it, my up bringing was very hands off unlike many of my peers. This video gave me a lot of food for thought and I enjoyed it quite a bit. Thanks :)

    WalawalacookieWalawalacookieIl y a 12 jours
  • 11:17 did they edit a yamaka into hair? :^|

    buddy boybuddy boyIl y a 13 jours
  • I remember when I was 14 in high school the maths teacher told us "You know those guys outside Woolies that push around trollies?" "Yeah?" "You don't want to end up like THEM do you? You need to study maths so you can go to college and get a job" Like the teachers shit on other people so we didn't want to be like them. Meanwhile I'm 23 (with physical issues) and think Heck! I'd love to have a job right! Even a labour intensive job (if I had the abilitiy to) And jobs either want you to have the qualifications already, or won't train anyone

    Kooky SpooksKooky SpooksIl y a 14 jours
    • I once heard of a person who invented a computer program, then found out just two years later that companies were putting on job application requirements "must have 5+ years of experience with this program." They really expect us to go to college and simultaneously do unpaid internships for multiple years as experience to get entry-level jobs. It's ridiculous.

      dagnytheartistdagnytheartistIl y a 12 jours
  • This breakdown encapsulates the problem with our modern U.S. society. The social safety net became a security blanket that diminished our individual drive and accountability to work enough to provide for ourselves what is truly necessary instead of focusing on the accumulation of what is new or in style. We tend to focus on name brands and designers or what is popular without realizing that the name attached is the primary source of cost not the quality.

    Heath BakerHeath BakerIl y a 14 jours
  • You can't really hold an entire generation of people accountable for how a few over protective parents of that generation raised their kids. Rugrats is a cartoon, not a nature show or documentary. All you're doing is dividing people by their age. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that generation. Have you ever stopped to think that maybe we're the problem? And that we are accountable for our own actions?? Instead of just putting the blame on others that actually DID have their shit sorted? There are more babies born in this generation now than there was back when the "boomers" were born. So that makes this generation more "boomer" than the actual "boomer" generation.

    VideoJamesNZVideoJamesNZIl y a 15 jours
  • It's really funny when I was watching this video my parents are Gen X and my grandparents are bloomers and I just see the similarities in a lot of ways and my sisters and older Millennial and and I'm an older gen Z I just think it's the funniest thing didn't watch what this generation gap is like

    painting with Cammie Bourkepainting with Cammie BourkeIl y a 15 jours
  • Generation “X” here. Completely forgotten as the name implies 🤦🏾‍♀️

    Leanyse AlvaradoLeanyse AlvaradoIl y a 15 jours
  • i worked on that show. I felt it was annoying to have to focus so much on safety gear. We couldn't put them on a tricycle unless they were geared up in helmets and knee and elbow pads, which were bothersome to draw. You could not draw familiar characters in the backgrounds because they believed that kids would be confused if the babies saw someone they knew from a prior episode but were not interacting with them.

    Hollywood Art ChickHollywood Art ChickIl y a 16 jours
  • shiiiiittt

    Joshua D'OliveiroJoshua D'OliveiroIl y a 16 jours
  • There are two age groups whose opinions should be taken with grain of salt. One of these is the teenager to early adult group, who think they are well informed but really lack the experience to make use of that information.

    Nation歯引きNation歯引きIl y a 16 jours
  • this is crazy irrelevant, but i always hated All Grown Up...5th grade is not grown up, thats like 10-11 in my country, at least put them in high school, that's closer imo...

    MettaFTWMettaFTWIl y a 16 jours
  • How interesting that one can come back to this cartoon and find the adult plotlines more interesting lol

    Wee the manWee the manIl y a 17 jours
  • Most my friend had “natural growth”😂. I wouldn’t recommend. My parents are older so I can’t relate here unfortunately

    Advice from a HypocriteAdvice from a HypocriteIl y a 17 jours
  • Fuck this whiny ass channel and commentary. Such marxists bullshit.

    Volkswagen HawkVolkswagen HawkIl y a 17 jours
  • Pretty sure those parents were Gen X......

    JakeEManJakeEManIl y a 18 jours
  • I loved all the Klasky/Csupo cartoons for different reasons. Rocket Power is the all-time favorite. Thanks for the very interesting review. Putting reason to the themes we couldn't express when we were watching these with our kids. Where were you 20 years ago? HA!

    Tad KowalTad KowalIl y a 18 jours
  • what an interesting video. thank you

    r rr rIl y a 18 jours
  • Wasnt there a generation between boomers and millennials?

    Itscliffy YTItscliffy YTIl y a 19 jours
    • Yes, Generation X.

      Mike’s flim and cartoons reviews.Mike’s flim and cartoons reviews.Il y a 18 jours
  • Viacom was and is part of the problem. They are among the biggest beneficiaries of the income inequality you talk of.

    AttmayAttmayIl y a 19 jours
    • Nickelodeon is going to ruin Rugrats next year!

      Mike’s flim and cartoons reviews.Mike’s flim and cartoons reviews.Il y a 18 jours
  • My parents must not have gotten this message. They were way more obsessed with forgetting about us and moving around

    Kai OutlawKai OutlawIl y a 20 jours
  • little nitpick. the parents are gen x, not baby boomers.

    poeticIronypoeticIronyIl y a 20 jours
  • Where do Gen Xers come in?

    Dani DavisDani DavisIl y a 20 jours
  • Just putting it out there that the Watch Season 9 on YT ad of Rugrats doesnt show Kimi and thats laaaaame

    Yuuki DaisukeYuuki DaisukeIl y a 20 jours
  • One thing about independence is that kids learn it by example. Leaving a kid unsupervised will only work if the parents are mentally healthy and able to manage relationships and emotions themselves. Furthermore, a helicopter parent with poor emotional intelligence is a double whammy and will for SURE raise psychos who can't function in society. But a mentally healthy helicopter parent might get decent results depending on the kids' temperament.

    Beta FarieBeta FarieIl y a 20 jours
  • So, my parents were not struggling on paper. They did fine. They were just greedy narcissists and both felt like they should have been rich and famous. They were insecure and angry at everyone. I wonder sometimes how much of this financial and "success" anxiety was all in the boomers' heads and they passed their mental illness along to their children. Or maybe that's just my life.

    Beta FarieBeta FarieIl y a 20 jours
  • Ed, Edd, and Eddy please!

    Jameson ChildressJameson ChildressIl y a 21 jour
  • ... but aren't millennials' parents Gen X?

    CJ6.5CJ6.5Il y a 21 jour
  • This is just another excuse for millennial's based on a children's cartoon. YOU ARE ALL SUPPOSE TO BE GOWN UP NOW WITH ADULT VALUES and not looking back at this crap! Stop it! JUST Stop it!. I never picked up social ques from older Bugs Bunny cartoons other than being humorous and learning from it AT A YOUNGER AGE when I watched them. I am older now with much better social values than a seven year old because I developed over time. I guess millennial's didn't and are still whining.

    stvlu733stvlu733Il y a 21 jour
  • lmao this me. im a gen z but my parents came from an impoverished area and i had a crisis about my future in 6th grade.

    sukiyakisukiyakiIl y a 22 jours
    • @Kai Outlaw lmao bruh me: hi, I’m going to politely relate because I also understand. you; lol get fuckt go away Are you a millennial? Bc you sound like a child-

      sukiyakisukiyakiIl y a 19 jours
    • @sukiyaki yeah, but it's annoying. Relate elsewhere.

      Kai OutlawKai OutlawIl y a 19 jours
    • @Kai Outlaw I’m not trying to be a millennial lol, I just heavily relate to this. Same thing still happens in different countries.

      sukiyakisukiyakiIl y a 19 jours
    • That's cool, but is there any reason you have to worm your way into a vid about millennials? Sometimes, it's okay to stay within our own circles

      Kai OutlawKai OutlawIl y a 20 jours
  • Haha, as a child I never understood why my parents and grandparents where so baffled by Rugrats, got angry and left the room shaking their fists.

    Sebastian HollmichelSebastian HollmichelIl y a 22 jours
  • how would they be boomers and not gen x?? the show came out in the 90s which are 90s babies to which i was and my parents were gen x not boomer, maybe grandpa is a boomer. the parents had to be gen x not boomers

    Willow FitzgeraldWillow FitzgeraldIl y a 22 jours
  • Definitely Pro-Gen X propaganda. Guess what about Gen Z? They were raised by Gen Y, even if their parents are Gen X. So how do you make sense of that?

    Sagittarius A*Sagittarius A*Il y a 22 jours
  • I am not sure rugrats did this alone. i remember a fair number of episodes of the simpsons dealing with money troubles. same with roseanne. a lot of 90s sitcoms were like this.

    JeffJeffIl y a 22 jours
  • Boomer is a weird term when explained here then, given that someone could have a grand parent born in the 40s and a parent born in 64 and be treated as the same

  • So the boomers described in the video are baby boomers combined with Gen X.

    ZilentjZilentjIl y a 23 jours
  • This is interesting and depressing at the same time. - A fellow Millennial

    BOOM B.A.PBOOM B.A.PIl y a 23 jours
  • It sounds like this cartoon embodied the flaws that lead the entire next generation to struggle with college and take on debt for degrees they didn't want instead of becoming a plumber or electrician... all because of social status and perceived value instead of actual value or fulfillment

    THEGIPPER34THEGIPPER34Il y a 23 jours
  • I agree with this analysis, but wouldn't this be somewhat true in one way or another for nearly every generation? Some sort of saftey or community net erodes while another is formed which individualism takes the place of until that items goes back into the cycle.

    THEGIPPER34THEGIPPER34Il y a 23 jours
  • looks like the simpsons house! and stewie lol lots of inspo

    Judy SmithJudy SmithIl y a 24 jours
  • Every family film in the 80s/90s are about self righteous boomers that are working too much to pay attention to their kids or don't believe a word the kids are saying while putting them down. Basically it's all about the boomers are being full of themselves and don't care about anyone. No wonder 2020 is happening - fuck your parents

    erk Lerk LIl y a 24 jours
  • what the fuck does cultivating your creativity have to do with corporate culture?????? Cello and art allows you to get into the best colleges yes buuuut not applicable to corporate jobs. what an overly complex and absurdly unnecessary hypercompetitive and neurotypical world the elites live in

    Elizabeth BennetElizabeth BennetIl y a 24 jours
  • these boomers are wealthy...can we please acknowledge that not everyone in america in the 90s was suburban and wealthy?

    Elizabeth BennetElizabeth BennetIl y a 24 jours
  • Ironic to think that parents sit their children in front of a TV to watch a show about children playing; instead of actually playing

    John WyattJohn WyattIl y a 24 jours
  • Wouldn't the parents in the show have been gen X though?

    Sophie SongSophie SongIl y a 24 jours
  • 13:28 really called me out there, didn't ya?

    Lizzie MarieLizzie MarieIl y a 24 jours
  • Pretty sure the average 90s kid was born to Gen X parents and not "boomers".

    Jacob WJacob WIl y a 24 jours
    • The parents in Rugrats are older than the average though. Most of them were well into their thirties. They already have grey hair and stuff a mere decade later.

      PoseurGothPoseurGothIl y a 8 jours
  • We let people get lazy. What the fuck you mean. Govt aid is everywhere. We get raped in taxes and nothing to show for it but high taxes, high crime, and shitty govt

    12schnsaint12schnsaintIl y a 24 jours
  • yep they dropped the ball. instead of pushing back against the disintegration of the social benefits they received- that the great generation, their parents- fought for- THEY GAVE IN AND GAVE UP instead of fighting back and keeping the ball roling for their own children. fucking pussies.

    Elizabeth BennetElizabeth BennetIl y a 25 jours
  • unless you werent white, male, or neurotypical also, why doi you think they called us Gen Xers "slackers". boomer parents broke our brains

    Elizabeth BennetElizabeth BennetIl y a 25 jours
  • It's almost as if that "social safety net" cost something that their children ended up having to pay for. Also, maybe I am misremembering but, Stu was an entrepreneur / inventor. Props to the show having a father figure that made his own way financially, even if it meant they had to operate on a tight budget. Most everyone else worked for the man, and as the video points out, had to worry about being let go.

    Sean ServoSean ServoIl y a 25 jours
  • you are wrong, its silly. you must 'know' your wrong. you SKIPPED genX ALTOGETHER< you say that the "boomers gave birth to the millennial's"...this is idiotic on your part ."Boomers" were born between 1945-1965. the very, VERY youngest boomers were 36 in 1991 ... damn few of them 'started' having babies at that age. the generation that had newborns in 1991 were the oldest Gen'Xers . people born -1966-1972 (genX ran untill 1980) , genY ran 1980-1996. the rugrats were the first crop of genY , and came from the first genX'ers

    Noneyah BusynissNoneyah BusynissIl y a 25 jours
    • dumb ass millennial's ... lump boomers and GenX together , they dont know any better

      Noneyah BusynissNoneyah BusynissIl y a 24 jours
    • everything about this is wrong

      Noneyah BusynissNoneyah BusynissIl y a 24 jours
  • Hey Arnold was for us poor kids haha

    Raymond De Los SantosRaymond De Los SantosIl y a 25 jours
  • Way to lean hard left politically

    Kimberly MeffertKimberly MeffertIl y a 25 jours
  • Elder gen z here, raised by one boomer parent and alongside others raised by Gen X. I think Gen X are the worst helicopter parents because they have access to technology that literally spies on the kids every move (gps location and camera). Parents now have security cameras around the house watching teens every move. It's sad, and I'm lucky my dad was too old to understand technology to implement that.

    RagsRagsIl y a 25 jours
  • You mean Generation Y children? they're not millennials

    UtareangaraUtareangaraIl y a 25 jours
  • What about gen x

    Emmanuel AllenEmmanuel AllenIl y a 25 jours
  • This was a good video

    Vanessa JayVanessa JayIl y a 25 jours
  • Can yall follow me on FRworld too at #DisneyDiva and thank you and be safe and sound

    Marshan #DisneyDiva ThomasMarshan #DisneyDiva ThomasIl y a 25 jours
  • I have season 1-3. Suie was my girl

    Marshan #DisneyDiva ThomasMarshan #DisneyDiva ThomasIl y a 25 jours
  • My great aunt was in loved with this show rip

    Marshan #DisneyDiva ThomasMarshan #DisneyDiva ThomasIl y a 25 jours
  • Your eyes r nice

    Marshan #DisneyDiva ThomasMarshan #DisneyDiva ThomasIl y a 25 jours
  • Tv suck now

    Marshan #DisneyDiva ThomasMarshan #DisneyDiva ThomasIl y a 25 jours
  • 9:34 garbage men make bank

    Floofy ChillFloofy ChillIl y a 25 jours
  • Honestly when I used to watch this show I never thought about this lol i was too invested in tommy’s adventures. The “adult scenes” were just background and fillers for me

    StephlynnStephlynnIl y a 26 jours
  • I was 10 years old I am 26 now and I had to split wood at age 10 lmfao yeah it was kinda hard for a 10 year old. BUT it has made me a hard worker today.

    theisgood0theisgood0Il y a 26 jours
  • People like to watch what their lives are lacking.

    Matthew McLeanMatthew McLeanIl y a 26 jours
  • I stil won't eat watermelon with the seeds...🤤🍉🌰🌿🤰😱!!!

    Anima DevisirasAnima DevisirasIl y a 26 jours
  • I’m suppose to important things today but this Rugrats video though.

    theisgood0theisgood0Il y a 26 jours
  • Technically speaking, Tommy's parents and all the parents in the show are not Boomers, they are generation X, Tommy's grandfather was a boomer. Tommy would have born into gen Y (millennial generation) and would be in his early 30s now. However, gen X parenting was spot on with your description. Boomers: 1946-64 Gen X: 1965-1980 Gen Y (Millennials) : 1981-1996 Gen Z: 1997-2015 I have no idea what they call the current generation of kids born from 2016-2020. lol

    Rhaegar BlackfyreRhaegar BlackfyreIl y a 26 jours
  • Proud gen z 1999

    lydia pinnelllydia pinnellIl y a 26 jours
  • I don't think all of these are examples of trying to perfect parent, some come across more stressed and sarcastic. Like potty training. That shit is frustrating sometimes.

    Sidney SeedSidney SeedIl y a 26 jours
  • I thought the rugrat's parents were the genXers?

    2bit MarketAnarchist2bit MarketAnarchistIl y a 26 jours
  • not a lot of Boomers raised toddlers in the 90s. My parents were Boomers and all of their kids were in their late teens and twenties in the 90s. I'm a Gen X and I raised toddlers in the 90s.

    Carla MylastnameCarla MylastnameIl y a 26 jours
  • This takes "ok boomer" to the next level.

    Top Stack / Negotiator IVVIITop Stack / Negotiator IVVIIIl y a 26 jours
  • Lower-income/poor Boomers (i.e. most of them) didn't "raise" their kids; their kids raised themselves for the most part and, especially with the younger half of the Millenial Generation, they raised their Gen Z younger siblings. I have early memories of my mother, textbook Charlotte, being "around" but rarely being present to tend to the needs of her children. While there were some benefits to being left to our own devices, the way our parents did so was incredibly harmful. The Great Generation let their kids run around AND they were home to ensure that they did not have to manage certain adult responsibilities. Boomers were absentee parents (most because they had to) we got to explore AND we were responsible for several adult tasks.

    Chaka DavisChaka DavisIl y a 26 jours
  • i always thought they were gen x parents but that might be caus im from australia and weve always been a few years behind america with social trends

    princesscool69princesscool69Il y a 26 jours
  • These young 90’s parents aren’t boomers though, they are gen X and Y(early millennials) Their parents would have been boomers.. and the babies are right on the tail end of millennial generation. Kinda dumb that you keep calling them boomers tbh For clarification: baby boomers born 1946 - 1964 Generation X born 1965 - 1976 Generation Y (Millenials) born 1977 - 1995. The Rugrats parents were in their 20-30’s in the mid 90’s so they would have been in the X generation.

    Uni StudentUni StudentIl y a 26 jours
  • My God. Im 26 and I can see how spoiled my generation is. People my age can't accept personal responsibility. They have no integrity. And the worst? They can't accept being wrong about ANYTHING. And man they love to blame "Boomers". They don't take responsibility for terrible spending habits and terrible life choices. They blame the generation before them and ask for handouts. Pretend like they're victims. Its almost like... liberals. Surprise surprise

    Austin CoxAustin CoxIl y a 26 jours
  • i feel like that's pretty much how parents nowadays feel when raising their kids too!

    JulieJulieIl y a 26 jours
  • wild how this is more mind-shattering and horrifying than the "zomg teh babies were imaginary" meme

    باسل حناباسل حناIl y a 26 jours
  • Why am I watching this. Like ill ever convince a women to bear my child or live long enough to retire. I'm just going to keep doing coke and hookers till I o.d

    AlexAlexIl y a 26 jours
  • This is what ruined it for me 😂 stop waking me up

    Baby OrishaBaby OrishaIl y a 26 jours
  • Wouldn’t they be gen xers not boomers?

    Corey CheeverCorey CheeverIl y a 26 jours