Ask a group of millennials if they've ever downloaded or used a dating app and their answer is probably "yes."
In a revealing Vanity Fair article, Nancy Jo Sales delves into the world of Tinder, a fast-paced dating app she says people hate to love. But moreover, it's an app that's making finding sex easy: "In February, one study reported there were nearly 100 million people—perhaps 50 million on Tinder alone—using their phones as a sort of all-day, every-day, handheld singles club," Sales reports.
But despite Tinder's influence on twentysomethings, an older generation seems to be missing out.
And in one hilarious video, a group of seniors are taught just what everyone's been up to...
"You're looking for something."
"So you can say anything you wish to say to one of these ladies, and they will say anything to you. And sometimes you hookup and do the horizontal mambo," one man concludes.
"Now, it seems to [be about] how fast you can get someone to bed."
After each of the participants figure out how to swipe, message, and rate others based off their photos, "the conversation evolves into a frank discussion about the difference in one-night stands from generation to generation," Vanity Fair writes in an article recapping the exchange.
See more of their reactions in the video above.