Nate Bargatze on Gen X & Millennials

27 apr 2021
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If you're born between 1978 and 1980, you'll relate. What do you call this generation?
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  • Sorry Gen Xer any definition I can find clearly says you are in Gen X.

    andrewthezeppoandrewthezeppo18 ore fa
  • In 1966 it was still optional to get your kid a social security number, I didn't get one till I was 3yrs old. My mother tied a laundry line around her waist and attached it to my brother and I whenever we went to shopping, people thought she was a monster till we started knocking stuff over and making a mess. Then they understood, and now there's an industry of ''child restraints'' out there. Computers? Not till 1984 did I even see one and then it was NOT for normal kids but for AP math students. Our teachers STILL carried their Texas Instruments calculators from their college days, an item that cost big bucks $$$ back then. It was a badge of honor to keep all that knowledge in your breast pocket.

    black birdblack birdGiorno fa
  • Born in 79, this is me, and, I born and lived in China.

    Grey CardGrey CardGiorno fa
  • Amen to high school staying in the past with NO PROOF (except the occasion yearbook photo)

    MrMegaGamerManMrMegaGamerManGiorno fa
  • Gen Xer here 👋. Born in 1976, I completely agree. I didn't get my first cellphone until I was 27.

    Jennifer BatesJennifer Bates2 giorni fa
  • Born in 74, all that that he said and more... Or less actually... Haha

    Sammy SosaSammy Sosa2 giorni fa
  • 1978 baby here too and I have to say, I kind of love being a Xennial. I have Gen X friends and Millennial friends and it's sort of like we got the best of both of those time frames.

    DustinWood524DustinWood5242 giorni fa
  • Flat Delivery on the joke observation comedy style. Difference between a great observational comedian like Seinfeld and this guy is Seinfeld doesn’t deliver the joke like a guy talking to his buddy on the same intelligence level he delivers the joke as if your still not getting it so let me talk to you like your a moron and it was brilliant.

    Rick WilsonRick Wilson3 giorni fa
  • Music is too loud after he stops talking

    AresAres3 giorni fa
  • I was born in 91. lived in suburbs and I wasn’t allowed to go out and do anything by myself growing up. I got helicopter’d to the max. I’m so jealous of people who got to just run around the neighborhood on bikes with friends or whatever

    Sara SuperSara Super3 giorni fa
  • Born in '78. This is me. I showed my kids my yearbooks and showed them the signatures pages, and explained bullying like it was cave art.

    Aware AmericanAware American3 giorni fa
    • Bullying was important part of human development. Look what happens without it 😬😬

      Jeff veeJeff vee3 giorni fa
  • I was born in 89 and this is completely relevant/accurate so idk how that happened 😂😂😂

    GLOWING OWLGLOWING OWL4 giorni fa
  • This feels like the beginning to a joke, but ended way too soon

    rotflolextremerotflolextreme4 giorni fa
  • Spoiler: he's Gen X. He didn't know how to use the internet to look up what generation he was

    RuaTheRapoetRuaTheRapoet4 giorni fa
    • Exactly

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
  • '85, felt like we were called Generation Y until someone came up with a new term to backhand three generations.

    K OK O7 giorni fa
  • Yep, 80 here

    Shauna CarpenterShauna Carpenter8 giorni fa
  • Born in 85, and I feel like I got the last gasp of the analogue world, then the digital age took over. I still miss planning which CDs I wanted in my backpack to listen to on walk home from school. But I also grew up on vinyl and cassettes and VHS. Weird, cool times .

    Geoffrey ThomasGeoffrey Thomas8 giorni fa
    • Yeah it's not so much the year you were born as the experience you had that determines your generation.

      skwaboskwabo22 ore fa
    • @B. Benjamin Eriksson I guess it's all subjective

      Geoffrey ThomasGeoffrey Thomas2 giorni fa
    • 1985 is a millennial though... Millennials are people born 1981-1996. My sister was born the same year as that dude. They're different..

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
  • I was born in 78 and this guy just summed up my life.

    Denisia RoseDenisia Rose8 giorni fa
  • Not Funny.

    Holden MilesHolden Miles9 giorni fa
  • for sure, 82 here; get off my lawn!!!

    SquidfishSquidfish9 giorni fa
    • So you're a millennial then :). Do you even own a lawn?

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
  • I was born in 82 , that is what it was like.

    Josh LingoJosh Lingo10 giorni fa
  • My freaking oxen just died again

    Andrew NeilsonAndrew Neilson15 giorni fa
  • What a strange segment to select, out of the entire special.

    SwannSwann15 giorni fa
  • I'm pretty sure u werent lucky if at your late 20s-early 30s the global economy crashed...but to each their own

    Thanasis ZevgThanasis Zevg15 giorni fa
    • :D hahahahahaha!!!!!!

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
  • 1983 LOL yes !!!!

    Amy McKeownAmy McKeown15 giorni fa
  • Xennial generation is a thing and don't let anyone tell you different.

    Snarky Charlie'sSnarky Charlie's15 giorni fa
    • Generation X. It is a thing.

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
  • 86 kid here too. I can't really relate to a lot of his experiences. But I do feel a bit like I also was born in a buffer period or transition period. I grew up with VHS, telephone lines, record players, old radio set, & watched many cartoons & films from the 70s, 80s & early nineties. Back in the late 90s, in secondary school, we would take turns to play Wolfenstein or Prince of Persia on windows 98 soon after our computer teacher would step out of the class. Wasn't until early 2000s before I actively began visiting cyber cafes. And it wasn't until the late 2000s before I had my first phone- a Nokia java phone.😄

    Drey BDrey B16 giorni fa
  • I didn't hear about the internet until 1993. I didn't get to use it until 97. I wasn't apart of my daily life until 03.

    J-TVJ-TV16 giorni fa
  • 79 is pretty securely gen-x I'd say. But that said, born in late 86 that described my childhood too.

    islandbrowncoatislandbrowncoat16 giorni fa
    • 85 and 86: very Millennial then. Me too!

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
    • Yeah, 79 is firmly at the end if X, I was born in 85 and feel like I fall into the cusp he speaks of

      Tyler CooperTyler Cooper8 giorni fa
  • I was born in 1981 and yes to all of this

    Joey the SlothJoey the Sloth16 giorni fa
  • 83 kid here. Definitely applies. Encyclopedias for school work until our first PC in 1995. I love that I remember a time before technology dominated everything, but I was young enough to learn it all and keep up when it exploded.

    Evan MartinEvan Martin16 giorni fa
  • Similar story with me. Born October of 1995. I think of myself as a millennial, but just barely. I didn't have a personal laptop until I was 14 and a smartphone until I was 17. Nowadays you see kids in the sixth grade with that shit.

    FreewayKnightFreewayKnight16 giorni fa
    • Please tell me you're joking?

      Justin HallJustin Hall2 giorni fa
  • 1989.

    Jondoe HarrisJondoe Harris16 giorni fa
  • Got an 086 XT PC in 1988 or 89. Had a 20mb hard drive and dual floppies. Monochrome monitor. 9600 baud modem. Livin' high on the hog. I was the only kid in high school with an Internet connection on a 386 in 1995. The internet was the wild west back then. Loved it, before social media screwed it all up.

    pughconsultingpughconsulting16 giorni fa
  • do you guys have Blueberry 2004 in full hd on netflix?

    IlluminaticIlluminatic16 giorni fa
  • 1980 for me...so I know exactly what he’s talking about.

    T Red ThomasT Red Thomas16 giorni fa
  • Im 82 and describes me

    Jes LarcyJes Larcy16 giorni fa
  • 1979 here and he's totally right. My dad brought home a "laptop" (bulky box, the keyboard slid against the pc when not in use) when I was around 12 or 13 and we had Prodigy when it was just message boards, no graphics of any kind. We got an HP PC when I was 16 and we switched to AOL.

    Julie WatersJulie Waters16 giorni fa
  • Hellzyeah, I'm on that cusp too...had a commodore 64 and everything...my friends were knocking down my door...to get to my commodore 64

    Scribe13Scribe1316 giorni fa
  • I was born in late 94 and even I can relate to some of what he says. I certainly remember Myspace! 😄

    Vicky 12Vicky 1216 giorni fa
  • 1979 kid here.

    curtisnucmedcurtisnucmed16 giorni fa
    • He’s right on about our age group.

      curtisnucmedcurtisnucmed15 giorni fa
    • 89

      mostRADudemostRADude16 giorni fa
    • Me too!!

      Incisive CommenterIncisive Commenter16 giorni fa
  • Bargatze is quickly becoming the king of comedy.

    Wayne SmithWayne Smith16 giorni fa
  • I just searched the comment section comments and still have no idea how he finished that joke going to have to turn on the caption cuz this man is clearly tipsy

    Coach TaylorCoach Taylor16 giorni fa
    • It can't ruin my life

      Coach TaylorCoach Taylor16 giorni fa
  • Nate continues to impress without a single obscenity in his entire act. Considered and professional.

    James ClothierJames Clothier16 giorni fa
    • @Nature Taco Dude quit attaching implications that aren’t there just because you want to argue in youtube comments. Calling someone professional for doing something doesn’t exclude all others from being professional.

      James ClothierJames Clothier15 giorni fa
    • @Nature Taco I’m saying it’s very hard to be successful in modern comedy without using profanity, which Nate does. That indicates a level of professionalism and care with his act. Tom Segura, Bill Burr, Dave Chapelle, etc. are all professional too, and they curse up a storm.

      James ClothierJames Clothier16 giorni fa
    • @Nature Taco I totally fucking disagree

      Landmine HopscotchLandmine Hopscotch16 giorni fa
  • And you are a gen x baby.. bruh..

    Taz C. StormTaz C. Storm16 giorni fa
  • You were called 80's babies... In my neck of the woods.. lol..

    Taz C. StormTaz C. Storm16 giorni fa
  • Good video

    marlin throwermarlin thrower16 giorni fa
  • 💖🌸💖🌸💖

    Easy Recipes and Delicious Foods 李姐 LiEasy Recipes and Delicious Foods 李姐 Li16 giorni fa
  • I didn't get the jokes

    trkddytrkddy16 giorni fa
    • Don't think there were any tbh...odd editing

      DwanDurrrrrDwanDurrrrr16 giorni fa
  • So glad I was born in 86 in an old-fashioned rural home. Our phones had rotary dials. I guess we did have a Commodore 64 at home but I still spent most of my time outside where my mom had no idea where I was. I only really joined the modern era in 94 when we moved to the city. I was like HOLY CRAP HOW MANY TV CHANNELS CAN THERE POSSIBLY BE

    Joe BeaudetteJoe Beaudette16 giorni fa
  • I was born in 86 and that almost perfectly describes my life

    that dudethat dude16 giorni fa
    • It’s interesting because I was 85 and my youngest brother was 96. I feel like there is a pretty huge difference in our childhoods. For me I remember ICQ when I was about 16 and cell phone shortly after when I could drive. It’s like technology grew with me at the correct age when outdoor play (other than pickup games) goes way down anyway.

      Steve BSteve B22 minuti fa
    • 86 represent 🤚🏻

      r0consciousr0conscious2 giorni fa
    • 1986? Me too. We are Millennials. 1979s are a different breed. Millennials are people born 1981-1996.

      B. Benjamin ErikssonB. Benjamin Eriksson3 giorni fa
    • 85

      David FhthDavid Fhth9 giorni fa
  • My mom was born in 1967 (Early Gen X)

    Tyler HacknerTyler Hackner16 giorni fa
    • I know, son..I know

      Landmine HopscotchLandmine Hopscotch16 giorni fa
  • My mom was born in 1967 (Early Gen X)

    Tyler HacknerTyler Hackner16 giorni fa
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