If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Salon)   Gen X is the awesomest and toughest and way better than than those self-absorbed millennials and why didn't daddy love me?   (salon.com) divider line 55
    More: Ironic, Gen X, big red button, Dee Snider, Walkman, Nintendo 3DS, Buick LeSabre, Apple II  
•       •       •

6275 clicks; posted to Main » on 02 Oct 2013 at 11:57 AM (50 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



Voting Results (Smartest)
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

2013-10-02 12:05:28 PM
7 votes:
The Millennials are not going to take this one well.  Much butthurt will be shared on this thread I do predict...
2013-10-02 11:58:44 AM
5 votes:
We've always been the coolest
2013-10-02 03:52:34 PM
4 votes:
How people think we dressed in the 1980s:
img.fark.net
How we actually dressed in the 1980s:
farm3.staticflickr.com
2013-10-02 01:51:07 PM
3 votes:

UberDave: redmid17: UberDave: Surprisingly good article.  I was expecting a bunch of "here's how shiat was when I was young" but there's actually little of that.

Did I miss something then? Because that seemed like 75% of the article to me. Yeah he went on about why that affected the Gen X outlook, but it was still a "back when i was a youngin"

I guess to clarify...the vast majority of Gen X vs Millennials/everyone after Gen X, are more like "this is how it was back in our day - you're a whiny biatch".  This was more "this is the way it was for us which is why we are the way we are now"...that's way better than your typical article about how the younger generations suck.



It has to do with the typical, large-scale, common experiences that most members of each generation has when they're children.

Gen Xers were born after Kennedy had been assassinated, and America's general attitude was far from positive.  Johnson was so bad as President that he didn't even run for office again, then Nixon came and the media hated him with a purple passion (even though he was certainly no conservative), and then he resigned in the biggest political scandal of the century, leaving a president with no real political support and thus got very little done.  In the meantime, the economy turned to absolute crap, and some of the main features of the Boomer ethos turned out to cause huge social problems -- no-fault divorce, the Pill, and rampant middle class drug use.

The kids who were born or were young children during the late 1960s and early 1970s did not have the same childhood experiences as people who were born in 1985.

I was born in 1969, and literally everyone I know is a better parent than his/her own parents were.  None are divorced.  All have healthy kids who grew up in a more stable home, in a growing economy (until 2009 or so) than they did.  Culturally, Gen X has in some ways reverted to an almost pre-WWII kind of ethos, where we have social gatherings and parties that are so farking wholesome and conventional that they seem like something from the set of Season 1 of Mad Men.  At other times we socialize amongst ourselves, without kids around, which is also the way things were done before 1960 or so -- children are (and were) removed from the scene where "adult" activities are occurring.

Among middle-aged Gen Xers, there's not a single element of hippy/Beatles/Back to the Land or any other feature of the 1960s counterculture, that I can see, although a lot of those features were adopted wholesale by the Boomers' Millennial children.  For example, the entire Occupy Movement was one big attempt to re-create their parents' 1960s revolutionary spirit, but it just turned out to be a sad fizzle.  No Gen Xer would have organized something like that.
2013-10-02 12:45:47 PM
3 votes:

Practical_Draconian: Peeve: Can someone just nail when Gen Xers and such were born dates?

1965-1980, 1960-1980, 1965-1982, 1961-1979, 1966-1986 ...



Gen X is anyone born after the moment Kennedy was shot, to the moment Reagan was elected.

And not a second earlier or later.
2013-10-02 12:28:28 PM
3 votes:
Withdrawal in disgust is not the same as apathy.
2013-10-02 12:13:00 PM
3 votes:

baconbeard: doubled99: We've always been the coolest

Damn straight!

[www.liketotally80s.com image 192x237]
(hot)


Beats millenial duckface selfies.
2013-10-02 12:08:12 PM
3 votes:
The defining anthem of our generation finishes with the phrase that speaks to all of us:

"Oh, well. Whatever. Nevermind."
2013-10-02 12:03:32 PM
3 votes:
Surprisingly good article.  I was expecting a bunch of "here's how shiat was when I was young" but there's actually little of that.
2013-10-02 05:09:24 PM
2 votes:
Pretty much...Yup

Watching  Boomers chase after stuff their whole lives and ending up broke sad and old
Laughing at millennial do the same thing with wanting to be famous for 15 minutes.

Whatever
We just do our thing
2013-10-02 04:00:19 PM
2 votes:
1968 GenXer here:

1. We  Like Work  -- I guess, especially because I doubt I will retire until I am too ill to work, It is nice to telecommute and dress casually. Wouldn't mind the big raises my dad got (excluding the heavy inflation years). But it is disheartening watching a 125 year old company go down the tubes not because it couldn't adjust to the 21st century but because the bean counters are exporting all the jobs, which require a BA and above, overseas for short term gain and long term ruin.

2. We Can Warm a Bench  -- Screw that, i didn't even try out for little league because I knew I sucked. My son sucked just as much as I did but he got a trophy anyway. The only trophy I ever got was the toilet bowl trophy for finishing in last place in the father and son bowling league.

3. We Age Gracefully  -- My parents, even when dressed informally, dressed rather formally. I can remember my dad wearing jeans just once. Same for a polo shirt. He wore black socks with his sandals and bermuda shorts. My mom wore summer dressed and pants outfits that would put Hilary to shame. You knew they were adults. My wife and I dress more like 20 somethings, minus the tattoos when not working. And now that our eldest is a teen almost my size, my wife easily gets our clothes mixed up (well t-shirts and socks).  We also go to gym, avoid red meat and don't smoke which probably helps.

4. We Played Catch With Friends Instead of Fathers  -- Always played with other kids. I can remember my dad coming to exactly one of our temple's informal Sunday morning softball games. At least he liked to bowl with us. And aside from cooking the occasional meal, he never did any chores (aside from grocery shopping with my mom but that was to keep us on budget). And i work from home often because I can, unlike my wife.

5. We Accept Impermanence -- When my wife and I started dating she was shocked that I, a native New Yorker, had never been to the top of the WTC. I responded, before she dragged me up, that we live here, I can always go another time. Whoops.

That said, our children think we lived in the dark ages of no cable, no recording of shows, no internet, no cell phone etc. I guess it's the same way I was shocked my grandparents/parents didn't have a TV growing up. I was roaming the streets of my NYC neighborhood on my own by 10 -- today that would almost be considered child abandonment. And my dad did buy me my first Intellivision at 13 and Commodore 64 at 15 because he loved the video games. His problem was he was born 50-60 years too early to be a gamer.
2013-10-02 03:26:36 PM
2 votes:

Phinn: I've had more than one acquaintance say something like, "I'm going to give my kids a real childhood if I have to sew the costumes for the school play myself."


And that is how we spawn millenials...
2013-10-02 12:45:41 PM
2 votes:

Practical_Draconian: Peeve: Can someone just nail when Gen Xers and such were born dates?

1965-1980, 1960-1980, 1965-1982, 1961-1979, 1966-1986 ...


No.  It changes by source, plus or minus several years, and there's no such thing as a definitive source for this as the "definitions" were used and bent by authors and researchers to suit their areas of study.  Roughly:

Silent - 1925 - 1942  (generally agreed to end  in WWII)
Boomers - 1942 - 1964 (end WWII - Civil Rights era, ending flexible)
GenX - 1964 - 1980 (most flexible, up to 5 years on either side)
Millenials/Gen Y - 1981 - 2002
2013-10-02 12:44:30 PM
2 votes:
Getting a kick because were were just arguing about generational differences in a politics shutdown thread.

Gen X was the awesomest generation because we had an extraordinary economic advantage.  The Internet was catching fire just as we were graduating from college, and simply "knowing computers" was a huge leg up in the job market.  The fledgling information economy made just about any academic skill, from writing to graphic design, worth more money.  You could get a decent job just because you knew HTML.

On top of that, the whole economy was booming large, and college tuition hadn't yet exploded to correct for the huge economic advantage that it conferred.  Internships were paid, and paid well enought to tempt you to quit school.

Meanwhile, millennials are mocked for being self-centered with unreasonable expectations.  Where did they get those expectations from?  Where did they get the idea that they should get a decent job just because they knew how to use Twitter?  They got that idea because Gen X honestly enjoyed that level of privilege.

But then there's the dark side:  Gen X is also the generation that had no particular reason to grow up---we've always had it pretty good---and so we've never really committed to adulthood.  This is why the government is shut down:  the Altzheimer's generation is running things based on scary mass mailings, and instead of stepping in to run their affairs we're too busy arguing about comic books and taking animated cartoons far too seriously.
2013-10-02 12:43:31 PM
2 votes:

slayer199: What is going on lately with these Gen X vs. Millenials articles.  It started a few weeks ago with the one article stating that Millenials weren't special snowflakes and escalated from there.

This one makes some good points in terms of our perspective on things and WHY we have those perspectives.


Probably because GenXers are starting to hit "midlife crisis" age now (30s-early 50s) and are beginning to panic as they realize that they are no longer the young, hip, "it" generation in popular culture anymore.

/born in the late 80s
//why can't we all just get along and hate on the boomers together?
2013-10-02 12:42:27 PM
2 votes:
I guess millenials would like work too if they could spend the money they earned on stuff they liked rather than paying off the mortgage they took out to go to school.
2013-10-02 12:30:12 PM
2 votes:

jpo2269: The Millennials are not going to take this one well.  Much butthurt will be shared on this thread I do predict...


I'll bite.

I notice that a large number of Gen X-ers who post about generational differences are just as self-absorbed as they allege the Millennials to be; they just lack the self awareness to recognize it.

For example:  "I'm part of the best generation!  It sucks to be stuck between these two inferior, sucky generations.  Ugh.  I wish they could be as un-self-absorbed as I AM.  Whatever; look at the cool way I can say "meh."  See how I can affect such a cool demeanor by the way I relax my face just perfectly when I say it?  No, not like that.  You'll never be able to say "meh" like someone of MY generation.   Look at me and how much I don't care!!!"

/friends with a lot of great Gen X-ers
2013-10-02 12:27:24 PM
2 votes:

ImmaHoopyFrood: SheltemDragon: I'd high five you, but I'm still locked locked in my house after school and not allowed to have friends over.

Are you serious about this (at least a little)?  Because I've thought the generations after mine were the first ones to be truly monitored and shackled.  Like the parents never wanted the kids to fly off with middle finger extended and raise some hell while they can get away with it.  When I was a teen the policy was "don't get caught and try not to be an ass".  We waited a little bit to have kids but I have two that are about ready to leave the house and I'm known as the "dangerous dad".  Don't let your kids play with his kids.  They might end up bicycling to a river and swim in water that isn't chlorinated.  Plus they would be unsupervised and a 17 year old needs constant surveillance apparantly.


Parenting. You're doing it right
/dangerous dad
//fark snowflakism
2013-10-02 12:26:44 PM
2 votes:
img.fark.net
2013-10-02 12:18:12 PM
2 votes:
1. We Like Work

That's kind of funny, because at the time it was all "These damn kids think they can make ends meat just playing in their garage band for a few hours a day and hanging out on the couch watching Beavis and Butthead!" But yeah, it turns out the majority of us were showing up to work every day, getting our college degrees to end up with some kind of functional career, and just generally growing up and turning into semi-responsible adults.

I wonder if that's how it will turn out with the "Millennials", despite the popular perception that all they care about is posting pictures of themselves on Facebook or blogging for some pageviews? .....Nah, seriously, they're the worst.
2013-10-02 12:16:58 PM
2 votes:

SheltemDragon: doubled99: We've always been the coolest

I'd high five you, but I'm still locked locked in my house after school and not allowed to have friends over.

/ Even though now I teach school


My childhood.

At least I had my C64 and Ducktales to keep me occupied until my parents came home at 6pm and fed me some sort of shiatty pasta bake.

My wife is a "Y" and she doesn't understand the total apathy I have for my parents. I tried to explain to her that they raised me that way, but she still doesn't get it.

Also, anyone else think that their parents are kind of stupid? I don't mean in the "low IQ" sort of way, but if you look at the things they obsess about and how they've let it totally dominate their lives, you just shake your head and go, "What da fuq?"

I dunno, maybe I'm just being hard on them because I ran out of farks to give when I was 12. Meh indeed.
2013-10-02 12:08:36 PM
2 votes:

doubled99: We've always been the coolest


Done in one.
2013-10-02 12:05:55 PM
2 votes:
Is this article supposed to make me feel differently about Gen Xers? Because it sure doesn't.
2013-10-02 12:04:02 PM
2 votes:

doubled99: We've always been the coolest


Duh!
2013-10-02 12:02:51 PM
2 votes:
Nothing like condensing a wide range of social, economic, religious, and cultural values into a simplistic "hurrr you were born during an arbitrary timeperiod so you dumb" mess.
2013-10-02 12:01:22 PM
2 votes:

doubled99: We've always been the coolest


You sound old.
2013-10-02 08:07:59 PM
1 votes:
"Hey, dad."

"Hey."

"What's new?"

"Nothing much. You?"

"The same. Nothing much. How's mom?"

"She's good. At least she was the last time I saw her."

"Good. Well....I guess I'll talk to you later."

"Okay."

"Cats in the cradle, dad."

"Whatever."
2013-10-02 06:23:07 PM
1 votes:

ImmaHoopyFrood: SheltemDragon: I'd high five you, but I'm still locked locked in my house after school and not allowed to have friends over.

Are you serious about this (at least a little)?  Because I've thought the generations after mine were the first ones to be truly monitored and shackled.  Like the parents never wanted the kids to fly off with middle finger extended and raise some hell while they can get away with it.  When I was a teen the policy was "don't get caught and try not to be an ass".  We waited a little bit to have kids but I have two that are about ready to leave the house and I'm known as the "dangerous dad".  Don't let your kids play with his kids.  They might end up bicycling to a river and swim in water that isn't chlorinated.  Plus they would be unsupervised and a 17 year old needs constant surveillance apparantly.


A bit, but I honestly am more channeling my best friend from High School. He was basically the poster child for a latch key child. Strait home after school, no friends in the immaculate house, friends (of which I was the only one I ever knew about) on the weekend barely tolerated (and almost never in the house). I was too busy watching my younger siblings and being parental proxy after school from 3 pm - 7pm about age 11 on.

/ And listening to my parents marriage disintegrate in the evenings and at night when they thought everyone was asleep
// Anyone who stays married "for the children" and then spends the next 10 years arguing should be beaten.
/// I love them both dearly, but I will never be able to truly forgive, or fix, the emotional damage.
2013-10-02 05:49:57 PM
1 votes:
Meh. These "generational" terms are not very useful, that's why people biatch about them.

The people who work in advertising and PR (like me) have "profiles" of different groups that purport to outline their likes, dislikes, etc. We break it down even more specifically, though, not just by age. We use labels that the groups themselves would probably find flattering, like "Savvy Seniors" (or something like that, I can't remember the names exactly, it's been awhile since I read this shiat). Segmenting just by age is not specific enough to be useful. Nielsen has a list of them that is, no shiat, 66 items long, with names like  Young Digerati and  New Empty Nests and  Middleburg Managers.

It's just to sell you all more stuff (whether that stuff is clothing, medicine, food or a political party). We don't care if you hate each other, we just want to make money off of you. The generic "X" and "Millennials" labels are mostly just for click bait articles. So no need to try to figure out which age group you're in. It doesn't matter. We already know what group you go into, because we've already got you in one of them. Enjoy your Facebook and Twitter ads.
2013-10-02 05:19:46 PM
1 votes:
I'm a Generation Xer married to a Millennial.

Oh the Lulz when it come to child rearing.

Halloween:
Me: Um, let's pick something cheap at Target
Mrs.: I want to hand sew a costume, and have everyone themed and ...

On Juggling Knives:
Me: No, no no. Move your face away from the spinning blades. Like this.
Mrs: OMGWTF

On career plans:
Me: I have to work 9-5...
Mrs: Well I better see that bathroom scrubbed at 5:15 then
2013-10-02 05:18:56 PM
1 votes:

Phinn: Practical_Draconian: Peeve: Can someone just nail when Gen Xers and such were born dates?

1965-1980, 1960-1980, 1965-1982, 1961-1979, 1966-1986 ...

Gen X is anyone born after the moment Kennedy was shot, to the moment Reagan was elected.

And not a second earlier or later.


I like this definition.
2013-10-02 04:03:24 PM
1 votes:
Great find, Subby!
2013-10-02 03:18:03 PM
1 votes:

Practical_Draconian: Peeve: Can someone just nail when Gen Xers and such were born dates?

1965-1980, 1960-1980, 1965-1982, 1961-1979, 1966-1986 ...


were you a teenager in the 80`s? If you were then you are Gen X. You can`t be the kid of a punk (1978 or so) and also Gen X. You could though be a punk and also be Gen X.

That`s pretty much it. We are the kids of the hippies that made punk and spawned the millenials.

Not that great in the scheme of things.
2013-10-02 02:46:41 PM
1 votes:

Phinn: I was born in 1969, and literally everyone I know is a better parent than his/her own parents were.


My dad was from the "silent" generation and my mother was a boomer.  My dad swore that we wouldn't grow up in the same environment as he did, as a guttersnipe in Chicago with everyone in the family either working 3 jobs or dying of TB.

Meanwhile, my mom swore that we wouldn't grow up with the same kind of parents that she had.  Sure there was less divorce back then, but this meant that awful domestic situations would persist.

They were certainly hands-off as parents, and that seems to be a common experience among Gen-Xers.  It was common for parents to have no idea what you were doing at school, unless they had to drive you somewhere.  But, I don't consider this to be bad parenting; kids should be left alone enough to experience childhood, rather than walked through it like some kind of package tour.
2013-10-02 02:14:39 PM
1 votes:
TwistedFark:

My wife is a "Y" and she doesn't understand the total apathy I have for my parents. I tried to explain to her that they raised me that way, but she still doesn't get it.

Also, anyone else think that their parents are kind of stupid? I don't mean in the "low IQ" sort of way, but if you look at the things they obsess about and how they've let it totally dominate their lives, you just shake your head and go, "What da fuq?"

I dunno, maybe I'm just being hard on them because I ran out of farks to give when I was 12. Meh indeed.


I was extremely lucky for a Gen-Xer (well, in some ways) and my parents were both born in '43 so they're kinda/sorta not Boomers. Granny passed on her Depression era thriftiness to mom, and despite escaping the family farm herself, she still introduced my mom to it so she passed on all sorts of useful things like cooking, gardening, canning, sewing, etc, plus lots of outdoor skills through Girl Scouts. I'd never call her interests stupid because they were actually useful, even the crafting stuff. However the unlucky part is that she passed when I was 15 so I feel like I lost out on a lot of knowledge.

Dad also definitely loves me, he just wasn't 'involved' because I wasn't a son, probably, but he was still around most of the time. He also got me exposed to computers at an early age, taught me to change my own oil, and gave me real tools for Christmas and let me mess around with them. Grateful for every year he hangs in there...
2013-10-02 01:54:22 PM
1 votes:
As far as I can tell, according to the way that the author describes things, there's a reason I'm married to a Gen Xer and not a fellow Millenial - we have a lot more in common. Though I preferred indoor activities to outdoor, buried myself in schoolwork around age 11, and my dad was always there for me, while my mom worked and took stress out on us. But whatever, the label doesn't matter that much, if you ask me. As for wanting to have a dream job and wanting to be famous, I wanted fame for about a year as an elementary schooler, but I wanted to be a famous meteorologist. Took me a while to realize that didn't work so well and went with just a normal meteorologist, but hopefully a skilled one. Threw out the handful of participation awards I got, too. I wanted to win and/or be the best, not a reminder that I had fallen short.

Gen Xers probably have way less student debt than me, though. *sigh* All I want is a job I don't hate that pays me on time (a skill my university seems to lack, to the point where I'm contemplating moving on before getting my MS because of it), well enough to just cover my needs, and my friends are all the same way. *shrug* I'm probably missing the point somewhere, it seems I almost always am.
2013-10-02 01:33:31 PM
1 votes:

redmid17: UberDave: Surprisingly good article.  I was expecting a bunch of "here's how shiat was when I was young" but there's actually little of that.

Did I miss something then? Because that seemed like 75% of the article to me. Yeah he went on about why that affected the Gen X outlook, but it was still a "back when i was a youngin"


I guess to clarify...the vast majority of Gen X vs Millennials/everyone after Gen X, are more like "this is how it was back in our day - you're a whiny biatch".  This was more "this is the way it was for us which is why we are the way we are now"...that's way better than your typical article about how the younger generations suck.
2013-10-02 01:22:24 PM
1 votes:
Well, back in MY day...

/Gen-Xer
//At least our music was better
2013-10-02 01:17:37 PM
1 votes:

Stephen_Falken: Khellendros: . It changes by source, plus or minus several years, and there's no such thing as a definitive source for this as the "definitions" were used and bent by authors and researchers to suit their areas of study. Roughly:

Silent - 1925 - 1942 (generally agreed to end in WWII)
Boomers - 1942 - 1964 (end WWII - Civil Rights era, ending flexible)
GenX - 1964 - 1980 (most flexible, up to 5 years on either side)
Millenials/Gen Y - 1981 - 2002

Yours are ALL WRONG. Here are the correct ones:

Silent - 1923 - 1941 (stock market inflation to Pearl Harbor)
Boomers - 1941 - 1960 (Pearl Harbor to JFK inauguration)
GenX - 1960 - 1981 (JFK to Carter)
Millenials/Gen Y - 1981 - 2001 (Reagan to 9/11)
Gen Z - 2001 - 2020 (9/11 to US Revolution)



There's another group at the very end of the Boomers -- born before Gen X, but not really part of the Boomer ethos.  They were born from about 1958 or 1959 or so, and up through the JFK assassination.

It's Generation Jones.

They are, by and large, the very worst specimens of humanity ever created.  They have all of the Boomer problems (excessive self-importance and a retarded sense of crusader idealism), but it's contaminated with the worst aspects of GenX -- cynicism, but a type that hasn't quite gelled into the unique Gen-X quality of ironic, unserious observational pessimism that comes from the Gen X experience as a latchkey child of divorce and a total lack of role models.

Generation Jones grew up at the very pinnacle of recreational drug use and sexual "liberation," after they had already been co-opted and commodified, and thus did not experience the same End of the Party sensation that Gen X had, who had no sexual liberation because of all the Boomers' sexually transmitted diseases, and had no fun with recreational drugs because things switched from marijuana in the dorm room, to cocaine and jail time and rehab.

As a result, members of Generation Jones are all sociopaths.  No one likes them -- not the Boomers whom they superficially emulate with their annoying phony-idealistic crap, and not the Gen Xers who see right through their complete lack of genuine personality.  They should all be murdered.
2013-10-02 01:04:07 PM
1 votes:
I have nothing to add, so here is Twerking Pudding.

img.fark.net

/I weep for the future.
2013-10-02 12:59:50 PM
1 votes:
We wouln't have strippers and porn if we didn't have a few shiatty parents on the earth.
2013-10-02 12:39:36 PM
1 votes:
Peeve: Can someone just nail when Gen Xers and such were born dates?

1965-1980, 1960-1980, 1965-1982, 1961-1979, 1966-1986 ...
2013-10-02 12:39:34 PM
1 votes:
It's like humanity has changed, fundamentally.

You're telling me that a generation near retirement is upset with a generation that is coming into young adulthood?  That's never happened in human history.  I'll bet they even have a list of things they ascribe specifically to that young generation - probably something like lazy, apathetic, disconnected from reality, and moving too fast.  Oh, and self-absorbed and selfish.  And I bet that awful set of young whippersnappers has a lot to say about their elders - disconnected from modern reality, self-righteous, self-absorbed, and unwilling to hand the reins over to the new capable set of innovators.

Jesus, stop the farking presses.  It's like everyone is taking crazy pills.  This isn't exactly like every generational relationship in human history.
2013-10-02 12:34:47 PM
1 votes:

UberDave: Surprisingly good article.

<-- What he said.
2013-10-02 12:34:12 PM
1 votes:
What an empty, vacuous pile of tripe.
2013-10-02 12:18:27 PM
1 votes:

Wadded Beef: baconbeard: doubled99: We've always been the coolest

Damn straight!

[www.liketotally80s.com image 192x237]
(hot)

Beats millenial duckface selfies.


d24w6bsrhbeh9d.cloudfront.net
2013-10-02 12:17:13 PM
1 votes:
Man, Gen 13 was WAAAAY better. Caitlin was a hottie!
2013-10-02 12:14:07 PM
1 votes:
my date of birth is better than yours

/eyeroll
2013-10-02 12:13:41 PM
1 votes:
Oh boy! Two of my favorite clickbaiting elements in one blogpost!

"My generation is tougher and better than your generation"

AND

"A numbered list"

It doesn't matter if the content is nothing but illogical bullshiat...you clicked on it!

WIN!
2013-10-02 12:13:35 PM
1 votes:
Are we sure this isn't a repeat from the 80s?

Boomers are the awesomest and toughest and way better than than those self-absorbed Gen-xers and why didn't daddy love me?
2013-10-02 12:12:16 PM
1 votes:
Millenials listen to their IPods like this: *wiggles arms*

But Gen-Xer's listen to their IPods like this: *puts hands on hips and shakes butt*

Boomer says: "Hey guys, what's that gizmo you got there?"

OMG, guys, what fun we're having!
2013-10-02 12:11:43 PM
1 votes:

doubled99: We've always been the coolest


Yep.
2013-10-02 12:08:01 PM
1 votes:

doubled99: We've always been the coolest


Damn straight!

www.liketotally80s.com
(hot)
2013-10-02 12:06:24 PM
1 votes:
Dude, are you being sarcastic?

I don't even know anymore.
2013-10-02 12:05:20 PM
1 votes:
meh
 
Displayed 55 of 55 comments

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report