You should be proud of your pastimes, regardless of your age. This millennial has been playing video games for YEARS. And hey, there’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, this must mean he could knock that mouthy kid out in a heartbeat thanks to his years of practice.
Any youngsters that like to make fun of him in the gaming chat rooms beware! You’ll get the harsh reminder that you too will be 45 one day…
Hair Raising Questions
In the right corner, we have millennials parting their hair on the side. In the left one, we have gen Zers willing to rip them to shreds for it. And in the middle you have us trying to understand why people even have feelings about parting hair.
Here’s a millennial on Twitter who is FASCINATED that gen Zs are taking a ...side... in the side part rivalry between generations. Instead of an article, we need an in-depth research study to figure out why hair partings are such a big deal.
Hey there little social media baby, why don't you take a quick history class before disrespecting your elders? MySpace was cool before Facebook existed. It was a badge of honor to have initiated your social media presence on MySpace (the operative word here being “was”).
Here is someone who was really not expecting her former MySpace days to lead to her downfall. We think she needs some space people!
On Twitter, this gen Z took a swing at millennials by mockingly tweeting about how “cute” they are for being obsessed with wine. Zs love to laugh at millennials who go on about wine and coffee. This person also takes a dig at elders for being all-in on the rose gold.
Well, we think this youngster should stop wine-ing about the older generation. After all, it won't be long until they realize that they need a certain amount of alcohol and caffeine to make it through another week.
"Harry Potter" Hater
This person is brave. Or stupid. They took a shot at a precious piece of the millennial zeitgeist... "Harry Potter."
It's a formidable part of their identity. So much so that most millennials will proudly display their Hogwarts house in their social media bio. It's less of a Grffyndor signifier and more of an easy way to spot a millennial indicator.