It’s already reached the point for most of today’s generation where old terms now mean new things to them. When I was young if you said you “swiped a card”, I would think you had stolen somebody’s Visa. Kids nowadays have a whole different idea of what that means.
This new generation has never had a chance to twist the phone cord around their fingers or wrist when they were having a heavy phone conversation with a friend. They only know Fergie as a Black Eyed Pea and not as a princess. To them, Ice Cube and Eddie Murphy are two nice guys who make good, wholesome family movies and Master P is this dude from Dancing With The Stars (not that these kids would be caught dead watching that show. Hee-hee).
Even today, I was telling a co-worker that Dick Clark had passed away. She gave no facial signs at all and merely said, “Oh, how sad”. After a beat, I said “You knew who Dick Clark was, don’t you?”
She replied, “He was an actor, right?”
I’m a dinosaur, I tell ya! No wonder Hank is thinking of something totally different when asked about an address.