Generation Wh(Y)-Not

Updated on Jul 04, 2016
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CxTheCity 's Thoughts:

Millennial. It almost has a bad ring to it, doesn’t it. It doesn’t sound like something as positive as when they came up with the name when our generation came of age. When I speak of our Generation Y — another brilliant name they came up with — I speak of the 20-somethings trying to figure out life, step by step or step back by step back.
 Because honestly, we don’t know what the fuck we’re doing half the time, falling and stumbling and running hungover on the tracks of life, and the previous generations watch us closely from the sidelines. They ask us “why?”, referring to our not so stable jobs, unemployment, lavish lifestyle, bloody crazy boyfriend or childless lives.
 And honestly, we don’t know why. Because we’re lost. Honestly. And that is why the name millennial has become a connotation for a wild creature that doesn’t seem to understand the laws of nature and the ways of the world; there is already a way. Just one way to do things. Why create another?

To all those who ask you, “why?”. To all those you say, “why not?”.

 

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