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  1. Standard memberSeitse
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    18 Jun '16 19:32
    I mean, sounds drastic b-but...
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    18 Jun '16 21:00
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I mean, sounds drastic b-but...
    Hey, ummm, please define 'millenials'... you know, just for giggles.
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    18 Jun '16 22:072 edits
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Hey, ummm, please define 'millenials'... you know, just for giggles.
    Why don't I make you giggle, you know, in another, more close and
    personal way? You do know that we're meant to go to town, don't
    you?

    There is no consensus, but birthdate between 1980 and 1999 has some
    consensus among the academics. Also, they show traits of asking badly
    to be neutered.
  4. Standard membervivify
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    18 Jun '16 22:572 edits
    Has there ever been a generation that didn’t bitch about young people? What's so bad about today's kids? That they take selfies?

    Every generation generation has some retarded reason as to why their young people are the worst ever, bitching about how they're "not like in my day".

    Seriously, shut the hell up.
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    18 Jun '16 23:48
    Originally posted by vivify
    Has there ever been a generation that didn’t bitch about young people? What's so bad about today's kids? That they take selfies?

    Every generation generation has some retarded reason as to why their young people are the worst ever, bitching about how they're "not like in my day".

    Seriously, shut the hell up.
    Basic human nature is the same. Not to disagree with you, but there has been changes, at least in part, to certain fundamental experiences of youth from generation to generation.

    Take for example technology. It has revolutionized the way we live within our environment compared with fifty years ago. Everything is different. Even the way we think.
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    Originally posted by josephw
    Basic human nature is the same. Not to disagree with you, but there has been changes, at least in part, to certain fundamental experiences of youth from generation to generation.

    Take for example technology. It has revolutionized the way we live within our environment compared with fifty years ago. Everything is different. Even the way we think.
    Exception found at 0x0000000000000000. Please go directly to jail. (Do not pass Go).
  7. Standard membervivify
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    Originally posted by josephw
    Basic human nature is the same. Not to disagree with you, but there has been changes, at least in part, to certain fundamental experiences of youth from generation to generation.

    Take for example technology. It has revolutionized the way we live within our environment compared with fifty years ago. Everything is different. Even the way we think.
    I'd agree with you, except for the fact that technology has also changed older people in the same way. Look at this site and how everyone argues like children. The "older" generation is no different or better than young folks. Therefore, we can't single out millennials as being especially worse than the previous generation.
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    19 Jun '16 02:37
    There is one point about neutering though - if we didn't reproduce for just two decades we'd stop wrecking the planet. And it's the millennials who most need to be concerned about that.
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    how about spaying instead
    leave the boys alone
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    19 Jun '16 07:07
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    how about spaying instead
    leave the boys alone
    Interesting nickname for them, that: "the boys". I've always called them the jackfruits.
  11. SubscriberKewpie
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    19 Jun '16 07:411 edit
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    how about spaying instead
    leave the boys alone
    Standard male response - let the females wear the consequences. The males can dodge the child support.
  12. Standard memberSeitse
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    ... forgot to mention: the neutering should start with you.

    This case also would allow for abortion before the 50th birthday.
  13. SubscriberKewpie
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    19 Jun '16 13:08
    Too late. 🙂
  14. Standard memberSeitse
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    19 Jun '16 14:15
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    Too late. 🙂
    I didn't mean you 😛
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    21 Jun '16 08:11
    Originally posted by Seitse
    There is no consensus, but birthdate between 1980 and 1999 has some
    consensus among the academics. Also, they show traits of asking badly
    to be neutered.
    I guess that would make you and me late Gen-Xers, eh?

    But yeah, I find millenials, or Gen Y, to be rather insufferable, and that's on a good day.

    The "Peter Pan" Generation, indeed.
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