Only millennials will understand this.
As we all get older, naturally we start yearning more for the past. The '80s and '90s just seemed like simpler times, no? But at the end of the day, every generation thinks their childhood was the best decade. Pretty soon Zoomers will start feeling nostalgic for the 2000s era, and the rest of us will feel like fossils.
Do you ever wonder what the world will be like when us Millennials get older? We certainly do. This amusing Twitter thread, imagined by Twitter user Zoom Zoom Lagoon, imagines an elderly Millennial's conversation with a youngin and their mom, and let's just say, it seems pretty accurate of what's to come in the future. Now go check out some Millennial memes here!
We can never get enough of the '90s memes, which is probably because many of us are about to hit 30 and we're longing for the days when we didn't have to worry about spending a fortune on rent or getting grey hairs. The '90s were just a simpler time where we could play with our Tamagotchis and not have a care in the world. And hey, while we're at it, have even more '90s memes!
Man, the universe just really wants us Millennials to be poor for the rest of our lives, doesn't it? We were already poor AF as is, but now we're about to get a global Great Recession thrown in there too! At least we can all struggle together? Have some more memes for sad Millennials while we're at it!
A host of publications like Time and the Philadelphia Daily News have been reporting that millennials are spreading coronavirus with their careless spring break partying. There's just one issue: the spring breakers are actually Zoomers. And millennials are pissed about it. As the patronizing reports beg millennials to stay inside, the generation is fighting back with tweets aimed at educating writers who are too lazy to check their facts.
While the exact age range differs, it's generally accepted that the millennial generation was born between 1981 and 1996. That would make the youngest of the generation 23 or 24. A little old to be partying while on break from school. And on Twitter, the generation is determined to make it clear that they'd rather be baking bread in isolation than taking shots in Miami. Plus, most of us simply can't afford it.