You can identify a generation by a number of different things.
Technology, for instance. Millennials remember logging on to the Internet on the family computer via dialup. They transitioned from having a Walkman to wishing for an iPod (or a Zune!), and their school's computer labs were filled with clunky iMac G3s.
You can also define a generation by the headlines. Millennials grew up in the era of Bill Clinton's election (and impeachment), the Y2K problem, and September 11, 2001.
But today, we're going to define the Millennial generation by something else. Food, to be specific. As you scroll through the following images, you'll instantly be transported back to your school's cafeteria, where you opened your lunchbox and rejoiced to find one of the foods shown here. If you were lucky, that is.
However, if you're not a Millennial — anyone under the age of 26 or thereabouts — you might just think we made these foods up completely.