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'Elders React' To Eminem With Honest Experience And Insight (VIDEO)

02/07/2014 04:53 pm ET

Even by the standards of a desensitized rap generation, Eminem's lyrics can be offensive.

So, imagine how Eminem would sound if you grew up in an era where hip-hop didn't exist? Apparently, that same thought occurred to TheFineBros, who recently sat down with some elderly folks and asked them to watch and listen to Eminem.

Their priceless reactions ranged from "So cheerful!" to "He needs some medication." and just about everything in between. Some even refused to acknowledge it was actually music, while others had a surprisingly positive response to the videos.

Of course, this isn't the first time TheFineBros comedy team has shown elders a staple of our generation. We can only hope these videos keep being as funny as the one above.

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