No. But apparently there are more things that make Millennials uncool and we need to discuss/sit and stew in our feelings and act like we don't care.
For what already feels like too many years, there's been some (very loud) (kinda rude) murmurings on the internet and from our much-younger Gen Z colleagues, about all the stuff Millennials are doing... wrong.
From fashion to beauty and social media mannerisms... Gen Z has a lot to say about what makes you deeply embarrassing and cringey — and look, it almost always feels personal.
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Yes. Your mortality is now visible on your ankles.
The difference is, this time around it's not Gen Z pointing out the differences — a Millennial started it all.
Fitness podcaster Phoebe Parsons was behind a viral TikTok video, explaining how she can tell if someone is Gen Z or Millennial. Which feels conflicting, but okay.
"This is exactly how you can tell the difference between a Millennial and a Gen Z, just by looking at their feet," she shared.