In my day, if the internet went off, you just got on with it, or you had to go all the way downstairs to turn it on again.
In my day, if you wanted to get somewhere you got in a car, with petrol that exploded, and you would sit in traffic jams for hours on end and everybody crashed.
In my day, bad weather would bring the whole country to a standstill, and everybody got a day off work.
In my day, news papers would twist the truth to sell more copies, and everyone was afraid of guns and drugs and teenagers.
In my day, we were afraid of terrorists and reliable energy and global warming.
In my day, the whole world was unstable and everyone was quarreling about everything.
In my day, things were simpler, better.