A viral stitch has millennials laughing and feeling super old right now on TikTok — and with good reason.
@manderson007 shared the original clip. She rang in the New Year last month by giving her fellow 2002 babies a special shout-out.
Of course, the real celebration is that 2002 babies are reaching that long-awaited milestone of turning 21 and can legally drink. Hence, “Bottom’s Up” by Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj plays in the background.
But as a follow-up stitch by @nerdspeech shows, ’90s babies are in a very different phase of life right now — one that highlights all the changes that go on between your 20s and your 30s. Instead of sticking his driver’s license to his forehead, @nerdspeech whips out his insurance card.
“Can I get a primary care doctor, can I get a dentist, probably a specialist and a therapist?” he jokingly raps, while mimicking the lyrics to “Bottoms Up.”
Since the stitch was first posted last month, it’s received more than 12.9 million views. The TikTok has also racked up a ton of comments from fellow millennials who can’t help but relate.
“I’m 33 and felt this is my soul,” one person quipped.
“Yea my knees hurt,” added someone else.
“As a 93 baby this is my year to start taking vitamins and exercise seriously lol,” another user wrote.
A lot of people also griped about how challenging it can be to even navigate the American health care system, to begin with.
“No literally why is it so hard to get a primary care doctor?” one person asked.
“Can you make sure they’re in network with $0 copay?” asked someone else.
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