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A Millennial's Rant About State Of The World

Every now and again a millennial breaks out a fiery rant about how much the economy has changed, and the overarching state of the world now vs. how it used to be. Sometimes these rants are triggered by the baby boomers of the world. For some lighter Millennial-themed content check out this post where millennials pretend to be baby boomers in a Facebook group.

A British millennial's rant about how much the economy has changed | MILLENNIAL RANT, BE WARNED 1982 average weekly wage 157 With average rent being £11.50 Rent vs income 7.32% Today, average weekly wage £504 With average rent being £868 Rent vs income 43% This being mostly down destruction social housing 1980s and ever increasing private housing sector. But 's not my gripe today (which its self is infuriating My issue is average price is standard 2 bed flat increases hugely if want another
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Tumblr Thread: Linguistics Misunderstandings Between Generations

This quick Tumblr thread highlights the main linguistics misunderstandings between the millennials and older generations. It boils down to saying "you're welcome" instead of "no problem" after being told, "thank you." The vampire analogy was spot on. 

Quick Tumblr thread on linguistics differences between generations | Tom Nichols @RadioFreeTom Dear Every Cashier America proper response thank is welcome not "no problem And supposed thank 9/12/15, 8:31 PM trjoel "Millennials are so entitled"
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Tumblr Thread: Aggressive Generosity Combats Boomer Selfishness

It's quick little tales like this that manage to temporarily restore our faith in humanity. This dude did not have to intervene when the Karen in front of them was making the Dairy Queen employee's shift all the more unpleasant, but they did. Oh yes, they did, and they did so when it came at zero benefit to them. That's the selfless kindness that the world needs. Plus, picturing Karen's face when she continued to witness someone else actively offsetting her toxic antics. 

A Tumblr post about a customer counteracting angry Karen with kindness | unclefather cashier: l'm sorry 's going be 5 minute wait food old people: let speak manager. This never would have happened my day. And yet all want minimum wage raised going kill cashier sorry 's going be 5 minute wait food
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Millennials Pretend To Be Baby Boomers In Facebook Group

Bob, you better not miss dinner, my dude. Alright, seriously, this group is brilliant and very well might take over your life. It's a bunch of millennials who have dedicated themselves to trolling baby boomers with statuses that are hilariously on point. 

Millennials pretend that they're baby boomers in a ridiculous Facebook group | Rob Portesy group where all pretend be boomers New Member 18 mins E Dinner with Tom | Elissa Saputo Robinson group where all pretend be boomers 2 hrs E Bob are coming over dinner tonight. O Like Comment 9.
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Tumblr User Shares Advice To Squash Laundry Industry

This angry Tumblr user shared some helpful advice on how to challenge the laundry industry itself, after seeing yet another article targeting millennials for being clueless. It might actually end up inspiring people to make their own laundry supplies. 

Tumblr post on how to not have to buy laundry detergent | Weirdly anti-millennial articles have scraped bottom barrel so hard they are now two feet down into topsoil tramampoline its so wild like this generation with no fucking money is learning prioritize essentials and all these chucklefucks can write is advertisements these companies
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Twitter Thread Outlines Significance of "Ok Boomer" Phenomenon

For those not in the know, "OK Boomer" is a dismissive retort often used to disregard or mock Baby Boomers and those who are perceived as old-fashioned and being out-of-touch. Part of this phenomenon is the feature that many baby boomers themselves consider this to be an ageist slur. This in turn has been seen by many as a hypocritical overreaction that has been met with more Ok Boomer Roasting on Twitter. The whole thing has stirred up more discussion and argument about age and politics. Here is a Gen-X perspective and explanation of why "ok boomer" is becoming more than just a thing people say on Twitter.

Twitter thread on "Ok Boomer" shows history and significance.
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Millennials Roast Boomers On Twitter With "Ok Boomer" Meme

Millennials are infamous for being "so sensitive" and here we have the baby boomers going off over a simple meme. The 'OK Boomer' meme plays on the "Karens" of the world that get all worked up over nothing. It would seem these generations are determined to butt heads online. 

A collection of "ok boomer" tweets that poke fun at the generation.
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Millennial Takes Baby Boomer To School With The Facts

This baby boomer wasn't ready for a millennial to fight back with cold hard logic in the comments section. You're never too old to get taken to school. 

Millennial schools a spicy baby boomer with the facts in the comments section.
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Student Messes Up By Saying "Ok Boomer" To Teacher

This student lived to regret uttering an "ok boomer" to an upset teacher in class. Now it sounds like they're running the risk of getting a "C" in class. Gotta be careful with bringing those viral memes that target the "boomer generation" in class. 

Student messes up by telling his teacher "ok boomer" amidst the meme.
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George Carlin goes on quite the brutal riff about baby boomers. With all the recent buzz about the"Ok Boomer" meme, this rant is especially relevant. 

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Twitter Users React To "Ok Boomer" Going Viral

A viral audio clip from Tik Tok is to blame for starting this whole "Ok Boomer" movement. Yes, apparently an old dude in a baseball cap made a clip of himself calling out the younger generations for having Peter Pan syndrome, and never wanting to grow up. This resulted in countless angry folks from Generation Z responding with, "Ok Boomer." From there, a movement was born. And apparently there's even some merch in the mix. 

A collection of Twitter users react to "Ok Boomer" phrase about the generation going viral.
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Entitled Millennial Gets Kicked Out By Parents, Seeks Free Rent Online

As far as entitled millennial posts go, this one ranks right at the top. Sounds like someone wasn't ready to take on the big, bad world of people actually expecting money for housing. What a piece of work. 

An entitled and unemployed millennial seeks free rent online after getting kicked out by parents.
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Twitter Roasts Survey Saying 1 in 6 Millennials Have $100K In Savings

Twitter's in a bit of an uproar over a resurfaced survey from Bank of America that says 1 in 6 millennials have $100K in savings. Many folks reacted with doubt, surprise, and general dismissal. Instead, they suggest that these fortunate millennials must come from old money, and that it's more likely most millennials have under $1K in their savings. 

Twitter users react to a survey that says 1 in 6 millennials have $100K in savings.
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Twitter Users Roast Millennials For Planning For Retirement

Twitter users are roasting millennials for how they're planning for retirement, in viral Twitter hashtag. The main joke here seems to be that there is no plan at all. 

Twitter users poke fun at millennials for how they're planning for retirement.
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Twitter Users Share The Things Kids These Days Can't Do

Whether you're a grumpy old person who wants to complain about kids these days, or a disgruntled kid these days who wonders if old people have anything better to do than complain about kids these days, there's something for you all to learn/complain about here. To keep the nostalgia train going for everyone there's enough 70s and 80s nostalgia and some 90s life hacks to go around for everyone. Oh, by the way, cursive is a racket.

Twitter users share the things about life that kids can no longer do, and no longer have to do.
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