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Here's What Older Women Love And Admire About The New Generation

There's always a whole lot of hate between the generations, but there doesn't need to be. Why can't we all just get along? Boomers, Millennials, and Zoomers should all just live together in harmony. There's no other way to make the world a better place. In a recent AskWomen thread, a Reddit woman asked her fellow female Redditors what they absolutely love about newer generations, and we're so here for these wholesome, supportive responses. Have a look, and let us know what you love about the newest generations in the comments. Let's spread all the love. 

what women love about the new generation | thumbnail text - Sappyliving · 1d I love that now women are no longer portraited as weak or dumb. Little by little we are getting the respect we deserve. We can kick ass and now we are not only allowed, but encouraged to show who we really are. We no longer have to sit down and be pretty. Well, at least in Western countries. It's a work in progress.
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Millennials Get Payback On Twitter By Roasting Gen Z Just As Hard As They Roasted Them

When it comes to roasting Millennials, Gen Z is absolutely ruthless. I don't know what is going on between the two generations, but it sure seems nasty. Gen Z-ers really go after Millenials as if Millenials were the ones to invent all of their struggles. Whatever the reason may be, this feud seems as if it is here to say for some time, and Millennials are finally starting to fight back on Twitter. They are done having their hair parts, and skinny jeans slandered online. It's time for payback!

Millennials Get Payback On Twitter By Roasting Gen Z Just As Hard As They Roasted Them| Thumbnail text - Pate Gardner @pate_gardner Gen Z doesn't use the e emoji because their friends aren't fucking funny 6:57 PM · Feb 16, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 312 Retweets 24 Quote Tweets 1,629 Likes
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Iconic Things That Kids Today Will Never Have The Joy Of Understanding

Growing up these days is definitely different than it was 20, 15, even 10 years ago. All of the techy gadgets have completely reinvented themselves. People barely have to deal with commercials anymore because everything is streaming. And anything you need to know, Siri, or Alexa can tell you in seconds. No wonder kids have such short attention spans. Honestly, it's not just them, ever since I downloaded TikTok I have a hard time even watching a youtube video. It feels like work, WORK. What is happening?

On Twitter people are sharing some things that kids just wouldn't understand today, and it might make you feel old, or maybe a little superior.

Iconic Things That Kids Today Will Never Have The Joy Of Understanding| thumbnail text - lexiO @lexinivens #TodaysKidsWilINeverKnow how cool it made you feel to own this phone MOTOROLA Photo Ueufinder Menory Used712 BRCK COPTURE 12.56 PM 9:07 AM · 7/14/15 - Twitter for iPhone 1,844 Retweets 1Quote Tweet 1,612 Likes
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Gen Z Roasts Every Single Thing Millennials Like To Do, And It Gets Personal

Gen Z-ers are known for their cancel culture. Really, a lot of the stuff they cancel is super justified and we should all be proud of their BS detectors. They have brought so many issues to the forefront and seem to truly be instigating positive change in our social discourse. But also... sometimes it seems like they get way too particular when it comes to canceling things, especially pertaining to millennial trends. They are BRUTAL when it comes to anything millennials like, and boy does it feel personal.

Gen Z Roasts Every Single Thing Millennials Like To Do| thumbnail text - Ron @MyFacelsTired_ Older millennials love to tell people in their 20s things like "you probably don't know what a vcr is" 5:54 PM · Jan 23, 2021 · Twitter for Android
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Millennial Memes Relatable For Anyone Born In the 80s and 90s

Let's throw it back to the era that gave us Britney Spears, Minesweeper, and crop tops. Millennials will unite in reminiscing about the good old days of the 80s and 90s, where Blockbusters was the only place to be on a Friday night, and making a mixtape was the only way to show someone you had a crush on them. These memes celebrate all things millennial and will give you all the throwback vibes you need. And here are some more millennial memes for when you're finished with these. 

relatable millennial memes for anyone born in the 80s and 90s | thumbnail text - Raise your hand if you were personally victimized by trying these hair trends: 02 RD @popculturedmemes Non Fungible Milk HotelTM @TimDuffy ... For those confused, this is what a group of millennials looks like now.
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'Cheugy' is The New Basic, And We Officially Feel Old

In this week's episode of internet drama, 'Cheugy' has officially entered our lexicons, whether we like it or not. According to the New York Times, cheugy is a term that has gained popularity on Tik Tok, used to "describe someone who is out of date and is trying too hard." I'm out of date and trying too hard on a regular basis, so I guess I identify as cheugy now. And you know what? I'm okay with it. Twitter users are up in arms over the new term, coming up with their own idea of actions that are definitely 'cheugy,' or refusing to accept the new term altogether. Scroll down for their hilarious thoughts. 

Twitter goes crazy over the term 'cheugy' | thumbnail text - kelly andrew @KayAyDrew ... I read an article about the word "cheugy" at 3am in a half asleep delirium and was convinced l'd dreamt it but it turns out I have not and also it applies to half the women on my Facebook. 10:05 PM · May 2, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone
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Eight Ways To Honor The Memory Of The House Plant You Overwatered

So, you've overwatered yet another houseplant and now it's drowning and there's no saving it. Why do you keep buying succulents? They don't need or appreciate nearly as much care as you give them! Next time you'll get, like, a ficus or something. Something that WANTS your constant attention. But in the meantime, Audrey 9 (the recently deceased--it was funny when you named the first one Audrey 3 but now it's getting out of hand), really does deserve a proper send-off. You're starting to think that maybe parenting plants isn't exactly for you. Nonetheless, she was a loyal and noble houseplant, while she lived, so here are some ways to honor her.

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Boomers Get Roasted On Twitter For Their Corny Little Habits

Although the talk of the town recently has been more centered around the Millennial vs Generation Z war, the boomers sure still get their fair share of roasting. They're not quite off the hook yet either unfortunately. How could they be though? They are so damn corny. And it will never not be entertaining to watch them deal with technology as if its their direct enemy. There is no "Ok, Boomer" without real life boomers, and for that, they are iconic.

If you know any boomers, which you most definitely do, you might find this Twitter thread relatable.

Boomers Get Roasted On Twitter For Their Corny Little Habits| thumbnail text - A dumber Drew Carey @RealCompuNerd Boomers love saying "let's see if I can do this." as if taking their iphone off speakerphone is emergency landing an aircraft 12:50 AM · Sep 19, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone
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Millennials Show Off Their 'Millennial-ness' On TikTok Without Using Words

Poor Millennials are constantly roasted all over social media by Gen Z. The two generations have an ongoing war that will probably not end until the next generation comes for Gen Z in a decade or so. Although they are constantly made fun of, it is important that Millennials celebrate their own culture from time to time. Soon enough it will be vintage and people will start spending hundreds on ratty VHS tapes.

TikTok user @thecorporatemama asked people to share exactly how millennial they are, but without using words, and these young adults definitely delivered.

Millenials Show Off Their Millenial-ness On Tiktok Without Using Words| thumbnail text - - TikTok ethecorporatemama tell me that you're a millenial without telling me that you're a millenial 10
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Memes About Millennial Struggles Which Generation Z Will Never Understand

There are a lot of things that Generation Z likes to roast Millenials about. But there is so much they don't know. Sure, they think they've seen it all, but there are so many millennial struggles that they will never comprehend because they weren't there to live through it. In my opinion, this is a strength that Millenials should use to their advantage, these are all like big inside jokes. And such jokes should be shared on Twitter.

"Sorry Gen Z, you had to be there."

Memes About Millennial Struggles That Generation Z Will Never Comprehend| thumbnail text - oliviaa @livvy_B... · Mar 30, 2018 •.. The thought of wearing low rise jeans actually makes me want to vomit 27 15 83
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Gen Z Is Brutally Roasting Millennials On Twitter

Gen Z simply loves to cancel things — all day and all night. Some of it is necessary, and we can thank Gen Z for how on top of it they are with social activism and movements towards equality. But they can also be damn hurtful sometimes. Unfortunately, Millennials only have two choices they can either spend their every waking moment trying to keep up and stay 'cool,' or they can just laugh along with these tweets and roast the weird stuff they do as well. 

Gen Z Roasts Millennials On Twitter| thumbnail text - - WANT BELIEVE @redra... · Feb 13, 2020 Roxy Millennials love to say "I deserve a little treat" while buying basic necessities •.. 14 17 209 428
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Some More Funny 'Overheard LA' Conversations

If you've been following us for a while, you'll know we're fans of the Instagram account Overheard in LA; the platform dedicated to documenting the ridiculous things overheard in LA and its trendy neighborhoods. The page is essentially a collection of fragments of actual eavesdropped conversations that people submit, which mocks the Instagram culture that seems to now be so deeply embedded into the average Angeleno. The snippets of conversation are hilarious, if not ridiculous, and so here is a fresh new batch of some of the things Angelenos have been overheard saying. You can thank me later.



Overheard LA snippets of conversation | thumbnail Text - "Babe. We don't need that, we have pasta at home." "We did... but I used it to make macaroni necklaces." "What? Why?" "Because l'm depressed, Josh." Coverheardla *Couple leaving a wedding (pre- quarantine) "Wow, and those vows he wrote! So beautiful." "Babe, he plagiarized a Lumineers song." Coverheardla
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More Funny Overheard in LA Conversations

We've featured the Instagram account Overheard LA before, bringing you some of the funniest snippets of conversation overheard in LA and its trendy neighborhoods. A place where hipsters and influencers call home, and everything centers around your therapist, your diet, and your Instagram account, the dialogue that takes place over there is some of the funniest you'll ever hear. Here are another set of hilarious exchanges overheard in Los Angeles that will make you groan and roll your eyes far back into your head.


funniest snippets of conversation heard in LA | Text - "How was the FaceTime date?" "Eh. He did most of the talking, so it was kind of like watching an Instagram Live about one man's experience with keto."
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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram With Funny Quarter-Life Crisis Poetry

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who creates incredible quality content and this week, we've picked @quarterlifepoetry, which contains four-line poems about the very relatable life experiences of millennials. The project was created by Samantha Jayne about the quarter-life crisis and is light-hearted, funny and brilliantly clever. She might not be Keats, but she is certainly relatable to all the 20-something-year-old women of today. Here is a selection of her beautiful works of art.

instagram millennial poetry quarter-life crisis poem funny satire artist | My friend caught up about she's been doing but already knew through my Instagram viewing crystal ball | my dear grandmother's eyes my situation's dire must find virile mate before my eggs expire bird's nest
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Kids Today Can't Relate to a Majority of 'Old'-school Items Millennials Grew Up On

Looking to feel like you're over the hill and there's no way to go but down? 

You've come to the right place. 

Welcome to your nightmare! No one seems to relate to a majority of these 'old'-school items and we've spent nearly the entire day upset about it. 

Scroll, if you dare. 

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15 Accurate Insights About Millennials To Read While Eating Avocado Toast

These tweets sum up what is probably going on in the heads of the Millenials while they are eating their avocado toast...sounds familiar, anyone?   

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