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Tone-Deaf Tweet By USA Today Shames Millennials For Spending Too Much On 'Nonessential Items'

Have you ever eaten a delicious but "nonessential" piece of avocado toast and then suddenly couldn't afford to buy a house? Same. 

USA Today Tweeted on Tuesday that the average American adult spends too much money on "nonessential items" including takeout food and "impulse purchases," and that such expenses can rack up nearly $18,000 per year in unnecessary expenses. 

Obviously, the tweet angered a lot of people and has inspired a bunch of hilarious roasts by angry Millennials, which you can read below.

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Illustration of someone handing someone else money with text that reads, "Trade pieces of paper with people until you die"
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In the bleak words of The Verve, "Trying to make ends meet, you're a slave to money, then you die." Oof.

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'I'm Telling FAFSA' Tweets Are Depressingly Relatable To Any College Student

It's that time of year again when college students everywhere are applying for financial aid applications, otherwise known as FAFSA. These tweets make fun of how strict FAFSA is with who they give aid to, and about how less-than-financially-savvy college students can sometimes be seen spending their money on expensive things.

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