It’s interesting that, like technology, there is also a fine line that separates what millennials eat and what the older generation grew up with in terms of food.
Such is shown in this video recently shared by a YouTube channel called papah!, which featured Mexican dads getting to try snacks from the 2000s – those their kids love!
Humble with its over around 86,000 subscribers as of this time of writing, papah! also has content of Mexican dads trying Popeyes, Chipotle, Burger King, McDonald’s, and more. There are also videos with the dads trying American school lunches, Vietnamese food, and sour candies, among many other types of food.
One video had them trying snacks from the 2000s. They tried Kid Cuisine, a famous meal that features “child-approved” favorites such as chicken nuggets, and macaroni and cheese. They got to try Reese’s Puffs or peanut butter cereals, the drink Kool-Aid Bursts, and Smucker’s Uncrustables or those famous frozen sandwiches.
Kids love them, but maybe not for the grownups.
“I would easily give this to my kids, but it’s not for me,” said one of the Mexican dads who tried one of the foods.
Another dad who was made to try the Reese’s Puffs, meanwhile, liked it.
“I think I’d probably eat more than my kids,” he said.
The other dad recalled some other food like Zucaritas and Choco Krispis that were popular during their time while he was trying the Reese’s Puffs. Zucaritas and Choco Krispis are both from the popular cereal brand Kellogg’s.
“These [dads] are hilarious,” YouTuber @jeniececollazo7033 commented on the video.
If you want to watch the whole video, you can see it below.