Thanks for nothing, baby boomers
Thanks to baby boomers, we have 25 of the worst foods of all time. Baby boomers describe the people who were born in the 15-year-period following WWII. Many people were celebrating prosperity and economic security during the postwar years and took that as an opportunity to have many children. The baby boomer’s power continued to grow in the 1960s and 1970s when they became the youth of America and youth culture was of utmost importance. Their economical significance greatly impacted the business world.
Nowadays, these baby boomers make up the American Association of Retired Persons and they can’t understand the struggles that the younger generations encounters, like high rent costs, a lack of time to be domestic at home and concern over our planet, just to name a few. Back in their day, it was no problem for them to buy a house and support their family on one middle-class income. These days, that is nearly impossible to do unless you live in a low-cost area, which is definitely not logical for everybody to do. We have a lot to thank of baby boomers, but we definitely don’t applaud them for the processed foods and chain restaurants they introduced to our society. Not to mention, some of the nastiest food trends that have ever existed.
As obnoxious as it is to see countless millennial instagramming and hashtagging their #avocadotoast, what is even more horrible is plain dry toast on lame white sandwich bread.
They should just put their pride aside and join in on the hipster trend and not continue to suffer because they’re stubborn and don’t want to change.