19 Perfect Comebacks for Baby Boomers Who Complain About Millennials

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Baby boomers are fun.

They grew up in the time of Leave It to Beaver, when everything was hunky-dory, and you were pretty much guaranteed a job if you went to college.

For the generations that came after the baby boomers, life was a little harder.

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And yet, baby boomers love to sh*t on younger generations.

Namely, millennials. These old folks love to call millennials “entitled” and “lazy” and chastise them for buying avocado toast instead of a house when those two things cost very different amounts of money. And young people have had enough. They’ve started to clap back, and it’s hilarious.

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Kids today

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Yeah, well, that pretty sums it up in a devastatingly accurate fashion. That’s about it right there.

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Cake

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Now, imagine it’s not cake but a destroyed economy and job market. And that’s the millennial experience!

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Why won’t millennials…

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This article is really asking why millennials won’t join country clubs. It’s incredible. Also, if we can’t afford houses or children, we sure can’t afford country clubs.

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Cursive writing

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While I really like writing by hand, it’s just not really very necessary anymore to learn how to write those weird capital Q’s that look like number twos. The next one is a complaint you’re probably seeing everywhere.

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Millennial murderers

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Baby boomers keep claiming millennials are killing pretty much every industry, but they killed the environment, the housing market, and our democracy!

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If I had a dollar

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Seriously, they make enough jokes about millennials that I could buy one of those McMansions they’re always going on about.

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Selfish

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Millennials are out here fighting for our fundamental rights, and baby boomers are calling us entitled.

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Open office spaces

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Sometimes I daydream about the one job I had where we had cubicles. It was the best place to work, and not because the job was good. It was because of those cubicles.

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NFL

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How could you ever claim that the NFL has a millennial “problem”? Do you want old people playing football? The next one is so on point.

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PC generation

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I can’t stand it when old white male comedians are like, “This generation is so sensitive!” It’s like, “No, Jerry Seinfeld (yeah, I said his name), we just don’t tolerate racism and sexism and homophobia. Be more creative with your comedy!”

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Tipping

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Though I don’t work in retail or food service, I’ve heard countless stories about rude and unreasonable older customers and not one of those same stories about millennials. You do the math.

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Too easy

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Could you imagine graduating from high school and getting a salaried job that meant you could afford a house and to feed your family? No, you don’t. Because that is not the millennial reality.

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Complainers

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Like I said, baby boomers are the ones who complain when they go out to eat. Millennials know how hard servers are working and ream them out.

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Gee

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Isn’t it interesting that baby boomers complain about millennials, but they’re the ones who raised us? The next one is truly petty in the best way possible.

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Hardwood floors

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Of all the things baby boomers did to this world, wall-to-wall carpeting might be the most egregious. Why? Why?!

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Holes in jeans

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Seriously, baby boomers shouldn’t be spending their time criticizing younger generations. How about doing everything in your power to make life better for these young ones?

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Step by step

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This is pretty much the hypocritical hell millennials are living in every single day. It’s exhausting!

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The Internet

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It’s definitely not the internet that made young people depressed. It’s you, Brenda.

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Think of the baby boomers

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Baby boomers took everything from millennials, and now they’re like, “Why isn’t everything millennials do benefitting us?” Share this with a baby boomer and teach them what’s what!

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