How does it make sense that millennials are called old? An embarrassing number of them are still living with their parents and paying off their student loans. An even bigger number of them have not hit the home ownership milestone.
We’d LOVE to see gen Zs try to buy a house these days! They would have Z-ero success…Ha Ha Ha.
Did a Thing
“Did a thing” is an efficient and effective catchphrase of the millennial vernacular that they can use in all kinds of situations to explain that they did something they're proud of.
Others, ahem...gen Zs, cannot stand to see it. You won’t catch them saying she “just did a thing!” But what in the world is a cat cactus holder? Something only a millennial would buy.
Here’s a tweet that disses Zers with a heavy snark tone. Right at the top,@SimoneauxMeagan starts her tweet with, “Listen. Gen Z is so cute.” You know it’s coming. But what is she going to go with? Kanye.
Gen Zs are such neophytes that they think the reality star rapper is more significant than an original member of the Beatles. For them, perhaps he is. Nevertheless, the tweet signs off with a litany of proud millennial associations.
This gen Zer has a bone to pick with the footwear that millennials choose to wear. Apparently wearing Vans (the skater shoe brand) brand has an expiration date. Who knew?
Well, we wonder what this gen Z will be wearing when they turn 35...we have a feeling it'll be Vans! Only when that happens, they will have a different group of kids making fun of them.
The funny thing about the gen Z vs millennial battle is that gen Zs will one day be in the same "old" spot that millennials find themselves in.
This person put the youngers in their place with this comment. Just wait, she says. And save for an unseen miracle, the sad part is that she’s probably right. “Enjoy it while you can” they warn.