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15 Hilariously Dismal Tweets That Really Sum Up The Millennial Experience

Generation Y gets a lot of sh*t constantly for supposedly being lazy, entitled and easily offended. Are these things actually true? The answer to that is of course subjective, but if you're a Millennial then you'll know that stereotypes about us tend to be a bit (or a lot) overplayed, and these tweets make light of that.

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Avocado Proposals: The Millennial Trend That Makes Us Want To Exit Earth

Maybe millennials actually deserve the avocado toast prejudice that's been plaguing them. The Daily Dot and The Cut, among other publications, have been featuring this painfully twee proposal trend that seems to have started on Instagram. Shocker. The sites dug up avocado proposals from as long ago as last year - a sign that end of days is way, way overdue. 

Trendiness aside, while we enjoy a good avocado every now and then, it doesn't really seem logical to serve up eternity with your partner in a (likely) browning and mushy fruit. Much of Twitter seems to agree. 

Funny tweets about avocado proposals, avocados, proposals, marriage, relationships, engagment.
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Time Magazine Tries To Make "Hold My Avocado" Happen, Gets Destroyed On Twitter

Time Magazine is getting roasted on Twitter following their claim that "hold my avocado" is the catchphrase that's been missing from millennials lives. Their riveting think piece was inspired by a tweet from Google Ventures' Ken Norton. The tweet, which puts a millennial spin on "hold my beer," is definitely a clever joke - but clever jokes don't always make the best catchphrases. 

Since the article went up, Twitter users have been responding with memes and jokes - ridiculing the magazine and the phrase. Here are come of the choice bits. 

Collection of Twitter memes and jokes about Time Magazine's Hold My Avocado article about millennials.
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