Sometimes, I’m just done with adults complaining about why millennials can’t be successful in the economy THEY ruined, not to mention the whole “Back in my days” bullshit.
IT WAS EASIER FOR THEIR GENERATION!
Buying a house and getting an education isn’t as easy for us as it was for them, and they just don’t understand that.
Glad I’m not the only one who is tired of their bullshit. Here are 21 tweets from Millenials who feel the same:
#1 How dare you to have both your kidneys?
Millennials Can’t Afford Homes Because They Are Greedily Using Both Kidneys
— law dog, esq. (@ggooooddddoogg) May 15, 2017
#2 My phone is all I have.
“millennials are narcissists” nigga i cannot afford an house, an car, an family, or 2-ply all i got is me myself and my front facing camera
— jaboukie young-white (@jaboukie) March 15, 2017
#3 Have you even compared house prices in 1974 and 2017?
Maybe if millennials spent less on brunch and more on particle physics research they could travel to 1974 and afford a house. Just a thought
— Vichy Thought Leader (@i_zzzzzz) October 16, 2016
#4 Using my phone is much worse than ruining the economy.
Old people: Millennials are ruining things.
Millennials: You ruined the economy
Old people: Yeah but you spend too much time on your phone.
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) February 16, 2016
#5 Okay, screw logic.
Avocado Toast $6.50
someone who is good at the economy please help me budget this. my family is dying https://t.co/p0SCdjHmTS
— Foghorn Greghorn (@grgdwyr) May 15, 2017
#6 Tell us more about how disrespectful we are?
Cashier: Sorry for your wait! We’re short staffed
Millennial: It’s fine! Don’t worry! ?
Middle Aged Woman: pic.twitter.com/1DEDHuP5sj
— Steven (@IIIIIMCMXCV) March 11, 2017
#7 Diamonds, so useful.
love 2 be a millennial sitting on my giant hoard of cash, willfully refusing to buy:
– department store things
— tekla (@alketrolyat) May 14, 2017
#8 Bean bags are everything.
Boomer: “Millennials want open office spaces.”
Millennial: “We want to be compensated for our labor.”
Boomer: “No you want bean bag chairs.”
— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) October 15, 2015
BOOMER: I’m *never* going to retire!
MILLENNIAL: I’m never going to retire
— Mara Wilson (@MaraWilson) February 16, 2016
#10 I just think they’re afraid of us.
save all of us some time and replace every word of your weird article about millennials w “aging is uncomfortable and I’m afraid of change”
— Albro (@bromanconsul) August 22, 2016
#11 Working our ass off isn’t easy.
“kids these days have it too easy” said the generation that could buy a house on a wage from unskilled work at age 21
— sophie (@sophxthompson) January 13, 2016
#12 No racism accepted.
“This generation can’t take a joke”
Our entire generation laughs at fucking internet memes all day long we just don’t like racist jokes
— sunflora (@ahoybailey) August 22, 2015
#13 We eat away our sadness.
My generation loves brunch because it’s two hours of distraction from the fact we’ll never own real estate.
— braden graeber (@hipstermermaid) March 19, 2017
#14 So WE’RE the narcissists?
Rich men hung wall-length paintings of themselves in dining rooms so visitors could see what they looked like stood beside desks thinking https://t.co/HNf1kXysuk
— Hanna Jameson ? (@Hanna_Jameson) March 14, 2017
#15 Healthcare? Just die!
You millennials and your obsession with public healthcare. Back in my day we just died
— lil sammy vert (@sammmmmmmantha) March 8, 2017
#16 Who are you going to come for help now?
Baby boomers be making 170k a year and don’t know how to rotate PDFs
— Waylon Mercy (@LikwidCyance) November 16, 2016
#17 Blame it on the Millennials.
If all millennials suddenly died the next day’s article would be “How millennials are driving up funeral costs”
— Hippo (@InternetHippo) March 19, 2017
#18 So so spoilt.
Millennials are so spoilt with their smartphones & tablets. All we had at their age was the ability to buy property in Central London.
— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) October 18, 2015
#19 “I’d like to speak to the manager.”
“Millennials are so entitled!”
Aye well I don’t see 20-somethings screaming for the manager because their coupon expired a month ago, Janet
— Liam Dryden (@LiamDrydenEtc) February 23, 2016
#20 Realistic Monopoly game.
There should be a millenial edition of Monopoly where you just walk round the board paying rent, never able to buy anything.
— joe (@mutablejoe) November 26, 2016
#21 That is a luxury I can’t afford.
@TheEconomist I work at a grocery store
— PERDS PERDS PERDS (@CowlonFullerton) July 1, 2016