Al paso rápido de los días, lo mágico desaparece y se vuelve rutina…
Al paso rápido de los días, lo mágico desaparece y se vuelve rutina…
Spongebob and the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy made our generation the way it is
#krustykrabpizza #ismayonnaiseaninstrument #destroyusall #chamberpotofsecrets
Underutilised high range meets overutilised mythology-toned vague*-blogging and a synth base that sort of breathes.
*vague mostly because I don’t really remember writing it
I sent the link to that mayonaise article to my Dad who, like me, hates mayonnaise. Now, from my perspective, from that image of the dumptrucks with the mayo to her ignoring the giant joke that mayo is the white people spread of choice (supposedly, there’s an old black and white movie where the mom opens the cupboard and it’s just jars of mayonnaise). So all I see is a deranged white woman not realizing how funny she is but it’s so bad I feel a little sad for her.
And then there’s that video of the guy laughing so hard he’s peeing himself.
But Dad tells me “she’s kidding” and the humor is “tongue in cheek”. This missed me completely. And I wouldn’t have said anything if not for seeing a variation of that post with three people ranting about how terrible immigrating to America is and how broken this woman is after her ancestors were coerced into eating mayonnaise.
As if the sloppy condiment was worse than the catholic church and the Spanish Inquisition.
(Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!)
If one does take into consideration that Mrs. Hingston is aware of how funny capitalists chocking on their spit over us millenials not buying stuff is as well as how mayonnaise is what defines boring white people, one could read the article title as “How Millennials stopped being boring, basic white people”.
But instead I see essays of discourse. In the end, we remain basic, boring white people.
10 Things I Hate About You
I think part of the reason this movie is so popular (I mean, I think it is) is that even though it’s a comedy modern-retelling of Shakespeare, it’s one of the most idealistic teen movies.
The actors might not be teenagers, but they’re still close enough to tap into those feelings.
It’s a teenager’s dream come true.
The guidance counselor is writing smut on the clock. The English teacher was more woke years before that was a thing (he even calls out the cultural appropriation of the white Rasta guys).
The kids were all as cool as we wanted to be, but not in an unrealistic way. Bad choices had and were made. Best friends betrayed. Parents were not listening. But also going to the club to see a band. Having that crazy friend who is out there but still there for them and support them. Getting revenge on people who did you wrong by having a party show up at their house. Having a crush on someone and them liking you too.
It was a snap shot of the dream that late 90s, early 2000s teens all had.
On the 28th floor of a high-rise in Chicago’s South Loop, Cortlon Cofield, owner and financial planner at Cofield Advisors, has to get creative with his 20- to 30-year-old clients to help them save their money. Travel, weddings and future…
Cortlon Cofield helps millennials afford both mortgages and avocado toast
Ok this one was too real…
“Newest generation is less ‘self-centered’ than millennials”
ok i haven’t used my tumblr for years but this fucking bloomberg article pissed me off so much that i had to dust off my blog to have a space to rant
i don’t know why i click on the article in the first place. bloomberg is well known for their hatred of millennials
i try to keep up with what gen z is doing every once and awhile. i figured if i kept up with their fads and pop culture then i won’t be surprised or weirded out when i see something that they like. i really don’t want to be like the baby boomers and start thinking things like “in my day…kids these days…my gen’s pop culture is superior…why are you complaining when you have it so easy..ect”
so i thought it was kinda interesting that there will be slightly more gen z’ers than millennials. most gen z’ers are the second or third child in a family with boomer parents or (if my math is right) their parents are very old millennials.
imagine my surprise when i read this little tidbit
“Millennials were “more focused on what was in it for them. They also looked to others, such as the companies they did business with, for solutions, whereas the younger people naturally sought to create their own solutions."”
I could write a trilogy on how every sentence in that paragraph is either misleading or just wrong
"Gen Z are bombarded with messages and are a generation that can quickly detect whether or not something is relevant to them."
i’m pretty sure every generation has a newly installed BS meter that degrades over time.
the rest of the article is cut and dry statistics! two people wrote this short little article and if go through their other articles it’s more neutral news stories. a lot of it is about the super rich and how they are screwing us. also they write a lot about china’s economy. this millennial article is completely out of left field for the two of them.
i know it’s stupid to get so worked up over one little paragraph in a no nothing article that really won’t affect anything.
i’m just so tired of my generation getting shat on by the media. the oldest millennials are nearly 40 years old!
when will these media outlets get that?
tldr; bloomberg hates millennials so much they’re praising gen z’ers just to get an extra dig.
excuse me while i go figure out how to block websites on my phone cause i don’t want to see any of their news articles again
We need more Gen-Z humour posts…
gen z mood is not remembering if you went to sleep last night
When your laptop is the last thing you pack (because you’re using it obviously). But the first thing that you’re like OMFG I can NOT forget that … and then check ten times to make sure you have it.
There is a very good chance that next week we could be closing on our house, finally, after a searching and buying process that has taken 4 months. I am so excited ;^; Cross your fingers for me?
News post: Depression is on the rise!! millennials on anti-depressants more than ever!!
A valid commenter: Well, we work our life away to not make enough, to never be able to pay off our student debt, and the economy is in shambles.
Some other bum ass in the comments, every fucking time: “It’s because YOU DON’T HAVE JeSuS!!!”
Sun-Maid Raisins is easily one of the most recognizable brands in the United States. But even the company’s iconic red bonnet-wearing farm girl hasn’t been enough to keep this century-old cooperative from losing touch with consumers, especially younger ones. Harry…
Will adding a sour kick get millennials to eat raisins?
Isn’t funny how the generation that taught us not to blame others for stupid things we did is doing exactly that to us millenials?