Family Guy feels the same way. They’ve taken to mocking them relentlessly with hilarious results. Check it out:
Announcer: A Millennial can be defined as anyone born between 1982 and 2000. Or anyone who thinks loving sriracha or Austin, Texas, counts as a personality. Millennials crave things like: Instant gratification, authentic experiences, and, for some reason we haven’t figured out yet, improv comedy. Here’s one Millennial who has a parakeet with nine million followers on Snapchat. Here’s another who singlehandedly started the hashtags that cancelled 12 network TV shows she found offensive. And now I’m told she identifies as a man, so I’m being fired.
Announcer 2: Hello. I’m your new announcer. And actually, he was just about done. Thank you and good day.
Stay quiet for a minute. You’ll be able to hear all the Millennial lefties getting their fair-trade hemp, gender non-descript undergarments in a bunch.
This video isn’t a parody. Technically it is, but really it isn’t. Family Guy is just listing Millennial quirks. We laugh to avoid praying for an asteroid to come hit the restart button on humanity. An urge which only increases when you realize these vapid, perpetually offended dummybutts will call all the shots in another decade or two. That is for those Millennials who’ve not learned to grow up. Read Reuters Poll Shows Millennials’ Support of Democrats is Dropping.
Millennials are a peculiar bunch. They’re experts at taking pictures of their food. They can list all of the sixty-two known genders. They’re world-class connoisseurs on matters of food trucks. On the other hand, ask a Millennial to change a tire. They’ll tell you tire-changing is a toxic, hyper-masculine patriarchal construct. Designed to make women and genderqueer people of color feel inferior.