We live in a time where information is readily available at our fingertips. Everyone has a smart phone and if we have a question, our first instinct is to ask Google or Siri. Having such a wealth of information available to us is incredible, but it’s easy to forget that there are some things we can’t learn from the internet. Older generations who weren’t raised in the age of technology have noticed a shift in their relationships with their children. One of the most rewarding parts of being a parent is when your child comes to you with a question or for advise and you can share your experiences with them. In the Share Saturdays video, Gillette encourages teenage boys to forget google and just ask dad. They had the boys ask the internet how to do things like tie a tie, make an egg and shave. After failed attempts at doing these tasks with the help of the internet, Gillette brings the boys’ fathers in. It’s heartwarming to watch as the boys realize that they’re failing to utilize the ultimate source of information.
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