Twitter is ablaze, having a grand old time roasting Millennials (or in some cases just…pointing out millennial traits without commentary. I mean not to sound salty, but let’s try for some jokes, huh?)
In my time scrolling through them, I, as a Millennial, feel that some criticisms are fair, and others maybe not so much.
Let’s take on some of these random complaints and see how we judge them.
10. Kate McKinnon
I was not aware of any Kate McKinnon super fandom going on, but sit down, she’s a treasure.
older millennials love kate mckinnon a little too much and it scares me
— quinn? (@w0rmhands) December 14, 2020
We collectively realized that it was a gross word several years ago and now it’s a tired joke. Fair criticism.
Why do millennials love telling people how much they hate the word moist
— dick van wlw (@dirtserpent) December 12, 2020
8. Bar Carts
They’re stylish and practical for our tiny apartments. No points to you.
Millennials love bar carts
— Anna (@alaurenz9) November 30, 2020
7. Right, right
This is definitely overused, and puts me in the position where I’m supposed to agree with you even if I don’t. Agreed.
Millennials love saying "right" every 10 words when explaining something
— Ben (@benlarnold) November 18, 2020
6. Air Fryers
We love anything that allows us to cook without having to know how to cook. Fair enough.
Why do millennials love air fryers so much
— scarlett (@scarlizzle9) November 13, 2020
Yeah, we can probably keep that more to ourselves.
Millennials love talking about their favorite 90s cartoon as if anyone cares
— L Shaddai (Burden of the Mighty) (@WhoreEnjoyer) June 14, 2020
4. Cheese Boards
We use them to pretend to be doing something expensive and classy that we can’t afford to do.
I have mixed feelings on this criticism.
millennials love cheese boards unlike any other generation before
— ameliadjratking (@ameliadjrattail) January 13, 2021
3. Air Purifiers
The air we breathe is disgusting and we’re stuck inside all day. This is legit.
Someone pls explain to me y millennials love air purifiers.
— C (@cp3ho) January 11, 2021
Sometimes it’s merited, sometimes it’s BS. I’ll allow this one.
Millennials love referring to a customer as “client”. A dash of fabricated importance goes a long way.
— zhm (@zachfromcorp) June 9, 2020
1. Did a thing
Do you realize how hard it is to do things these days?
millennials love saying “so i did a thing?” girl go re read harry potter and shut up
— huge stupid head ? (@jacuhhbb) June 21, 2020
There. That’s the final judgement on all of that.
What’s the best or worst thing about your generation?
Tell us in the comments.