20 Funny Illustrations That Prove The World Has Seriously Changed For The Worse.

We all want to focus on the positive things in life, but unfortunately, we need to accept the truth that everything has gone the wrong direction.

Even though we get the same salary every day, our bills, housing prices, and all expenses have skyrocketed. And our children no longer play outside, but they spend their entire days in front of the computer. We have built our self-esteem on the likes we get on Facebook and Instagram. Even the relationships are based on short-term needs but not on love. The worst thing that a person can experience is losing the cell phone.

Here is a compilation of funny but realistic pictures that illustrates the modern world:

  1. Smaller computers, Bigger People

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. Holiday Pictures Before & After Smartphones

Photo Credit: DanielZarz4

  1. Checking The Mail Then And Now

Photo Credit: Poofytoo

  1. Roles Are Reversing Sooner Than Ever Before

Photo Credit: cagle.com

  1. No One Knows The Value Of Hard Work Anymore (says every Grandparent)

Photo Credit: dorkly

  1. Being A Teacher in 1960 VS. Being A Teacher Today

Photo Credit: cagle.com

  1. TV’s Are Slimmer But People Are Bigger

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. The Evolution of Philosophy

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. How To Waste Time By Decade

Photo Credit: wronghands1.com

  1. Durability Then And Now

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. Changing Life Of Runners

Photo Credit: Right-Brained

  1. Then And Now: George Lucas

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. Texting Vs. Calling

Photo Credit: Endless Origami

  1. Isolation Is The New Form Of Human Contact

Photo Credit: endlessorigami.com

  1. From Cruel To Barbaric

Photo Credit: Unknown

  1. Landline Jokes

Photo Credit: Dave Coverly

  1. Water Is The New Gold

Photo Credit: Bishtoons

  1. This Is Where Sagging Is Headed…

Photo Credit: imgur.com

  1. Welcome To The Real World

Photo Credit: collegehumor.com

  1. Who Needs Family When You Have Cell Phones… Right?

Photo Credit: Maria Scrivan

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