Come closer people, we have found it. The nitpicky epitome of pettiness. This girl totally identifies with millennial culture, even though she is borderline gen Z in age. Due to the raucous TikTok attacks by the youngsters making fun of side parts, she says she wants to part her hair on the side—out of spite!
This is even though she has a natural part in her hair that falls right down the middle. Those gen Zs sure rubbed some people the wrong way. But then so did gen M. Talk about following traditions.
The generation wars went into high gear around March of 2021. Gen Z jabs at the older generation focused primarily on a handful of millennial stereotypes. A major battle offensive was launched against skinny jeans.
Millennials found themselves at the epicenter of mockery for wearing their favorite skinny threads. Many of them did not take it lying down (unless they were zipping up their jeans). This pushback against 'Mom jeans' rings more like a battle cry than a fashion statement.
Emails Are So Out
How do you spot a gen Z? Just send them an email. You probably won’t hear back. But if you do, it’ll be as short as a DM.
That’s because gen Z detests email. They never had to rely on it. To them, it is obsolete, and they do not acknowledge it as a legit form of communication. The "endless" back and forth on email and deciphering long, drawn-out threads is just...so extra!
Called Out By a 13-Year-Old
This millennial was called out by his gen Z cousin. Why? For owning VHS tapes. We've all tried to share things that made us nostalgic with the younger generation. Unfortunately, instead of being met with sympathy, this person got burned!
Well, this 13-year-old decided the throw the ultimate blow and call their cousin OLD. That V-H-escalated quickly!
A Rock and a Hard Place
Millennials feel like they are taking heat from both sides, sandwiched between baby boomers on the left and now gen Z on the right.
Venting her frustration, this person posted a GIF (a known millennial identifier) to show her disbelief that gen Z had successfully tagged her entire generation with the skinny jeans label. She’s also freaking out about boomers attacking gen M for canceling paper napkins. The tables are turned. Who doesn’t remember that it was millennials who went after the baby boomer generation with the “OK boomer” thing?