If you are a person of a certain age, you remember what it was like to use a rotary phone—the slow process of dialing, the weird clicking sound the wheel made. These kids in the latest video from Benny and Rafi Fine are too young for that. Watch how adorably perplexed they are when this relic is placed in front of them.
"Say what? How does this even work?" one asks. "My iPod is not like this." Another says that this is one of the very first phones that Alexander Graham Bell invented. (More likely it's from the late '70s or early '80s.) Yet another says that he knows this is a phone "because I read history."
It probably goes without saying that they'd be similarly confused by the sound of a dialtone. Feel old? Yeah, me too.