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Boomers Are Getting It Wrong: It’s Not Millennials, But Gen Zs Who’s Out Partying!

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Boomers Are Getting It Wrong: It’s Not Millennials, But Gen Zs Who’s Out Partying!

Get your facts straight instead of pointing fingers to the wrong people.

To begin with, some people don’t really care whether the news are saying the millennials or Gen Zs who’s out partying – those who party in the midst of pandemic require some stern warning and reminders. But when people keep telling the ‘millennials’ to stop going out, it can really get on your nerve.

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Millennials are now between 24-39 years old, mostly married and already experience backpain as well as child rearing. They have felt everything boomer did and are not the ones out partying even if they want to.

So, it’s about time boomers to stop blaming the wrong people.

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Millennials stood up to clear the misunderstanding.

1. Yes, we are the ones reminding our parents it’s pandemic out there.

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2. We are also the one who might do that stupid thing, but just unable to.

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3. We are wishing for our Spring break to come back!

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4. But it is a fact that we’re all actually just on Twitter.

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5. The older millennials are close to becoming grandparents already.

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6. THIS.

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7. Boomers need to learn math again.

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8. If only we could be on Spring breaks forever.

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9. Now, we’re just home baking bread while on quarantine.

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10. We’re the working class now.

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11. These are the millennials we know.

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12. Imagine having kids and out partying.

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13. These people have been blaming millennials for the past decade or so, don’t they think we’d get old one day?

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14. A bit off the mark, but not far.

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15. They can’t even get the generation right.

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16. The ones running rampant on the beach are Gen Z.

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17. We’re either living our dreams or living with anxiety. Definitely not partying.

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18. And we might just die from drinking, much less, the Covid-19.

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