Every generation has their weird quirks, social movements, and fads, and millennials are no exception. These young adults grew up in a time marked by quickly evolving technology and crippling economic recession, and those leave their marks. Sure, olds think millennials are killing everything, but that's just because they don't get it. Bad advice from baby boomers doesn't help.
You'd expect older folks to be fed up with the new wave opinions and attitudes of millennials. But surprisingly, even younger people are getting tired of the most millennial things millennials have ever said. The Reddit community has gathered a ton of stories about millennials, from the hilarious to the eye rolling.
Navigating social interactions around the office La Croix dispenser while bouncing on your balance ball chair, all while hangry from your all-natural, gluten-free diet, is exhausting. Kick back and take a break with some of the most millennial sayings you'll ever read.
"'I have a degree in business. If I worked for your company, I would expect to start at a director position, not as a trainee.'
She had no experience in the field and thought she should automatically start at a position that took me 3 years to reach."
"'So I had an interview yesterday, and I think it went really well. But they wanted me to work for <decent starting salary> and just file paperwork. I have a degree; I deserve at least <triple salary> and it just seems like stupid tasks, like filing things.'
This particular person also didn't have a job at the time."
"'Like, I feel like, for me, it's like... I feel like I'd be great at that job? But it's like, I've never like considered myself like, like, you know what I mean? It's like... I feel like I'm not gonna, like, be great at something unless I, like, love it? Right? Because for me, it's like, I feel like... I don't know. I feel like... it's like my mom? She hated her job. And I feel like... for me, it's like why?'"
"A younger millennial, I am 30, told me I should be donating my income to women to make up for the wage gap."