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The Fine Brothers

  1. Watch Today’s Youth Understand Our Pain as They Get Mercilessly Wrecked by NES Mega Man

    No one even taught them the pause trick? Harsh.

    Depending on your age, you may remember a time when video games were hard. I'm talking controller throwing, unapologetically emotionally damaging, brutally hard. To heal those wounds in a totally healthy, schadenfreude-driven way, watch kids of today play the original Mega Man and get equipped with nothing but lasting psychological torment.

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  2. Watch The Elderly Get Into Flame Wars While Playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

    "I think I should have played CoD: Basic Warfare."

    You've got to hand it to the people that the React Youtube channel gets for their videos: you could not pay me to play a first person shooter for the first time while online with a bunch of strangers, but these brave men and women are more than up to the challenge despite having no idea how to work the controls. My favorite part is when a guy tells the woman with two master degrees that she's an idiot. Ahh, gaming, what a wonderful past time!

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  3. The Fine Bros’ Latest “React” Video Introduces Teens to Malala Yousafzai

    I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

    This uncharacteristically serious Youtube video from The Fine Bros. shows teens reacting to watching a speech by Nobel Peace Prize winner and education advocate Malala Yousafzai for the first time.

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  4. Teenagers Are Confused by the N64 Smash Bros., Would’ve Been Eaten Alive in 1999

    Don't get hit.

    18 years later, I am reliving the joy of watching everyone pick up the N64 controller wrong the first time.

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  5. Game of Thrones‘ Maisie Williams and Other Teens React to the Original NES

    "Just bang on it." Close, but we were looking for: "Blow on it."

    Yes, there are now people who are nearly full-grown adults who have never blown into an NES cartridge to make it work. Who is raising these children without NES in their lives? It's downright disgraceful. While I call DYFS about that, watch these teenagers try to figure out how an NES works. (Hit the jump for a bonus video of the teens playing some more NES games.)

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  6. Maisie Williams Reacts to Seeing Saved by the Bell For the First Time

    Arya for Team Zack!

    In the latest Teens React vid from The Fine Brothers, Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams and some other, non-famous teens (but don't worry, we still like your shirt, peacock dude) react to that bastion of '90s civilization: Saved by the Bell. They're so excited! They're so excited! They're so scared!

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  7. Teens React to Goat Simulator to Kick off New React YouTube Channel

    You've got to be kidding me! (Sorry. Had to.)

    The Fine Brothers' "React" videos are pretty generally adorable across whichever age group they choose, so they've started an entire YouTube React channel as a way to bring us even more hilarious reactions—five per week in addition to the ones on their regular channel. Their first episode on the series' new home has teens react to the incomprehensible Goat Simulator, and some of them don't understand the draw of a game about being a goat.

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  8. Kids React to Old School Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Make Us Question Our Youth

    Thanks. Now I'll have that theme song stuck in my head for another 20 years.

    I think we all know that not everything from childhood holds up as well as we remember it. Going back and watching something you loved as a kid doesn't always go so well, but what about when you have a group of kids watch that thing for you? That's what the Fine Brothers did with their Kids React kids. Watch. Feel old.

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  9. Kids Look Into Our Green-Tinted Past as They Try to Understand the Game Boy

    "It's an iPhone case." Ow, my childhood.

    The Game Boy is 25 this year (on July 31 in North America), and The Fine Bros. have some children to remind you that 25 years might as well be 5 million. They've got a better handle on the Game Boy than they've had on a lot of other outdated technology, which is probably because its newer iterations have survived even the advent of smartphone gaming. The Game Boy will outlive us all, and future alien archeologists will wonder what kind of civilization could create such an invincible device.

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  10. Kids Reacting to Luigi’s Death Stare Bring All the Adorable Impressions You’d Expect

    Fact: mustaches make you look 100% more sinister.

    Remember a few weeks ago when you couldn't stop laughing at the endless videos of Luigi hilariously eyeballing his Mario Kart 8 competition set to music that suddenly feels relevant again? That's great and all, but what do all of the innocent children in the game's target audience think of Luigi's new signature move?

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