Gen Z has been roasting the hell out of Millennials again and, as a proud millennial myself, I have to admit that they're painfully true.
Keep scrolling to see the savage things they had to say...
But first, let's start from the beginning.
via: GettyWhat exactly is a millennial?
Millennials are also known as "Generation Y"...
And includes anyone born between the mid-1990s to early 2000s - especially between the years 1981 - 1996, which are seen as the defining range for the generation.
And as for Gen Z?
Generation Z will be afraid to ask a girl out but will literally body slam a Cop— Rainyydayyx3 (@Rainyydayyx3)1592220841.0
Well, Generation Z is the demographic cohort succeeding Millennials and preceding Generation Alpha.
Yep, it all sounds very serious and very scary.
A person who falls under the Gen Z category is generally born between the late 1990s and the early 2010s.
They're basically the generation that comes after Millennials.
One would think that people of different generations would just go about their lives as normal, right?
90s babies/millennials: *Talk shit about Gen Z every chance they get to feel superior* Gen Z: *Makes a joke about… https://t.co/h4MUALGOcW— Maddox #BLM (@Maddox #BLM)1592160031.0
And, thanks to social media...
via: GettyMillennials and Zoomers just love to constantly throw shade at each other online.
But, of course, the Gen Z youngsters are the ones who take things to a whole other level...
As these tweets demonstrate.
Scroll on to see some of the best, yet the most savage observations by Gen Z on what they think millennials (like myself) love...
But what if I do deserve a little treat?
Millennials love to say “I deserve a little treat” while buying basic necessities— Roxy🌹 (@redrawnoxen) February 12, 2020
I was today years old when I realized that Gen Z literally hates me.
Why do Millennials love saying “I was today years old-“...— 🪐Sam🪐 (@theonewhereSam) November 3, 2020
Do not bring Harry Potter into this.
millennials love saying “so i did a thing😌” girl go re read harry potter and shut up— huge stupid head 🥸 (@jacuhhbb) June 21, 2020
It was my journey though!
millennials love referring to overcoming a personal problem as “their journey”— zhm (@zachfromcorp) April 30, 2020
Please don't remind me that I'm thirty years old.
millennials always say “i’m a 90s kid !!” you’re not a kid anymore brian you’re 30 years old, it’s time you schedule your own doctors appointments— peach (@idknotpaigetho) June 15, 2020
Portrait mode is the OG selfie hack.
Millennials love portrait mode— 📧♏️Ⓜ️🅰️ (@emmadrewberson) June 17, 2020
Aaaaaaand I didn't ask for your opinion, hater.
Millennials love to ask for a recommendation and end it with “aaaannd go” like everyone is lined up in a race to google something for them. #Millennials— Michael Daw (@michaeldawdaw) June 22, 2020
This whole tweet is problematic.
Millennials love to say ‘problematic’ without understanding the problem— Maisie J (@MaisieJck) June 16, 2020
What's with the sudden hatred of Disney?!
millennials love disney way too much. these bitches 28 with matching tshirts and kids on a leash— jenni (@jenni_wilkening) June 16, 2020
I'm going to need a good read of How To Stop Giving A Sh*t after reading these...
millennials love reading books titled How To Stop Giving A Sh*t And Start Being A F*cking Boss— Loganonfire (@Emo_Nationalist) June 14, 2020
Like Harry Potter and Disney - don't bring Spongebob into this.
millennials love to keep referencing SpongeBob like bro you're 30 go watch west wing— Kirby Callan (@KirbyCallan) June 14, 2020
I feel attacked.
millennials love using reaction gifs lmao— ginger 🦥🍀 (@astoldbygingerb) April 29, 2020
Again, feeling very attacked.
Millennials love to act like they are woke critical thinkers just because they don’t watch Fox or CNN— Matt Roland (@mattsuyaa) June 21, 2020
But I don't know what TikTok is?
millennials love the opportunity to talk about how they don’t know what tik tok is to make themselves feel like an adult— Noel (@noelforest) April 6, 2020
Because Instagram is the OG platform, obviously.
Millennials love reposting TikToks on Instagram.— Sam Hoffman (@SamHoffman523) February 15, 2020
Pasta and pizza never hurt anybody!
why are millennials so obsessed with pasta and pizza like sure they slap but you’re allowed to have other personality traits— ig: TuezdayH (@TuezdayLeone) April 16, 2020
What else is it called?
millennials love to say sexytime— 🏷 mar (@marisfett) December 29, 2020
But... Dog Instagram accounts?
Yuppie millennials love to make their dogs instagrams and write captions like the dog is doing the damn typing.— Balto (@ThatBalterB) February 6, 2021
millennials love posting memes and using 10 hashtags under their pics lmao it’s kinda cute— Victoria 🇧🇷 (@victoriaclv) February 4, 2021
One of the few things we millennials hold over Gen Z...
Millennials love telling ppl they were on FB back when you had to have a college email— big balls paul (@bandemicboy) January 30, 2021
But you probably don't know what a VCR is?
Older millennials love to tell people in their 20s things like "you probably don't know what a vcr is"— R (@MyFaceIsTired_) January 23, 2021
If you don't like cheeseboards, I don't like you.
millennials love cheese boards unlike any other generation before— ameliadjratking (@ameliadjrattail) January 13, 2021
Because it's definitely the most disgusting word in the English language?
Why do millennials love telling people how much they hate the word moist— dick van wlw (@dirtserpent) December 12, 2020
Well, I think it's safe to say I feel well and truly attacked after all that.