AARP delivered a traumatizing blow to millions of 90’s kids when it unveiled a special birthday cover graced by Luke Perry.
For those not in-the-know, Perry played teen heart-throb Dylan McKay in the Aaron Spelling smash hit TV show “Beverly Hills, 90210.”
Join us in wishing Luke Perry of ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ a happy 50th birthday! pic.twitter.com/QWz8TsjGpL
— AARP (@AARP) October 11, 2016
“Happy 50 Luke Perry” the cover read, with the caption “Welcome to the 902-5-OH.”
The reminder of their age hit some on social media like a ton of bricks.
my child deserved so much better https://t.co/8LLSwFEOpT
— hay (@madiedavnport) October 14, 2016
@AARP You just made a whole generation of people who thought they were still young very depressed
— Sam HawkBadger (@hwkbgr) October 13, 2016
@AARP I feel 90210ld.
— nope (@Inspectah8) October 16, 2016
Luke Perry is on the cover of AARP Magazine…bc he’s 50…DYLAN MCKAY IS 50!!! FIFTYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!
— Elena Gregson Hamill (@BklynSquint) October 17, 2016
Dylan McKay aging into Malcolm in the Middle’s dad is a next-level mindscrew. https://t.co/7F8XdA1X6N
— Dahlia Adler (@MissDahlELama) October 14, 2016
Luke Perry is on the cover of AARP. I’ll just be over here sobbing into my Metamucil.
— Angela Romack (@angelamromack) October 16, 2016
@AARP Was your goal to make the rest of us feel old and sad by putting Luke Perry from Beverly Hills 90210 on the cover?
— Michael (@Michael2014abc) October 17, 2016
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