If there is one thing Millennials know how to use, it is a social media.
Last Sunday (September 4th), the hashtag #HowToConfuseAMillennial began trending on Twitter with various comments and pictures from the older generations.
Some of them were harmless enough:
A bit basic maybe but, ya know, harmless.
But then the tweets started getting a bit more pointed...
Explain how we used to be social, before media#HowToConfuseAMillennial— Jeff Dwoskin (@bigmacher) September 4, 2016
#HowToConfuseAMillennial— Jason Royle (@JERoyle) September 4, 2016
Talk to them.
And actually just kind of sh*tty.
#HowToConfuseAMillennial— Andrew (@1andrewfenton) September 4, 2016
Hand them a job application form
But, of course, millennials fought back.
And that's when things got LIT!
Ruin the economy, cripple them with debt, push them into a poor job market, claim how much harder you had it. #HowToConfuseAMillennial— Ethan (@EthanTarr) September 4, 2016
#HowToConfuseAMillennial— Carl Kinsella (@TVsCarlKinsella) September 4, 2016
Destroy the housing market
Replace grad jobs with unpaid internships
Tell them to buy a house
#HowToConfuseAMillennial start a hashtag slamming millenials on a platform controlled by millenials; get offended when millenials fight back— Nathan Walters (@waltersn512) September 4, 2016
#HowToConfuseAMillennial Crash their economy and then condescendingly ask why so many of them are living with their parents.— ModernManKevinBacon (@Notintheface1) September 4, 2016
In summary, if older generations want to unwisely criticise younger generations they may not want to do it on social media.
We're all rather good at it.