As you get older and spend less time outside, it's always interesting to hear what's going on from second-hand sources.
Technology is always getting better, and now kids as young as four know how to use cell phones.
Younger people like to get where they want to go when they drive. They don't see the point in taking scenic roads.
When you get to a certain age, you take particular pleasure in exposing the deaths of others.
Younger people don't understand why you need special plates that are stored away or hidden behind glass doors.
Young people think that grass is meant to be walked on and played on. It's not anything special, and it won't die if you walk on it.
Younger people just think of a chair as a chair. As long as it's comfy and you can sit on it, it doesn't matter what it does.
Either you like to watch other people or you don't. But boomers are more likely to sit on their front steps and watch the day go by and what people do.
There is nothing modest about a boomer in a locker room.
"This is going to make some people mad, but once I hit my 50s, Bruce Springsteen's whole library became fun to listen to."