Modern technology, which is taken for granted by the children born in the twenty-first century, is light-years ahead of what the older generation, raised in the previous century, could have ever imagined.
To think, there is an entire generation of youngsters that have no idea what a record adaptor would be used for.
They have never experienced having their milk delivered to their door every day and wouldn’t know what to do with a floppy disk.
They would consider changing the TV channel by going over to the set and turning a knob a very old-fashioned concept.
How many of these twentieth-century everyday necessities can you remember?