Baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) and millennials (born between the early 1980s and early 2000s) are not on good terms with each other. To oversimply, baby boomers think that millennials are entitled brats who don’t take responsibility for pretty much anything while millennials believe that baby boomers are hopelessly outdated in the modern world. The two groups are constantly taking stabs at one another, and Twitter user @manhattanna has recently found a perfect example of this ongoing war. Turns out, there’s a Facebook group where millennials are pretending to be baby boomers, making fun of the ways they use social media. @manhattanna tweeted screenshots of the group’s activity, and the pics have already accumulated over 171K likes, with many commenters saying that the impersonations are so accurate, they’re hilarious.
Recently, millennials have passed generation X and became the largest group of the U.S. labor force. Compared to previous generations, 22 to 37-year-old millennials are also delaying or foregoing marriage and have been somewhat slower in forming their own households. They are also more likely to be living at home with their parents and for longer stretches.