Generation Y Is Currently Getting Serious Hate On Twitter With #MillennialBillOfRights

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Face it, fellow millennials: we kind of suck.

Other generations – and even some fellow kiddos born in the ’80s, ’90s, and 2000s – think we’re self-centered, lazy, total PC police. And I’m not done. A quick Google search of the phrase “millennials are” automatically fills in the next word to be dumb, stupid, screwed, and a host of other words that are the opposite of positive.

Don’t believe me? Just ask Twitter. Generation Y is currently getting destroyed by the trending hashtag #MillennialBillOfRights.

What started as a harmless Twitter game with the help of @ICanHash has since turned into a clusterf*ck. “I just thought it would be funny to see what ppl in the hashtag ‘community’ would come up with. Criticism and Defense of Millennials is a huge vein, in social media, ironically lol,” said Jonathan Xavier, one of the people behind @iCanHash to Forbes. “I think a lot of the hashtag game players are millennials themselves so there wasn’t any hate we desired to express towards them.”

See the funniest tweets on the topic below.

Right to life (Unless you're unplanned), liberty (So long as you're PC), pursuit of happiness (If gov approves) #MillennialBillOfRights

— Amy Curtis (@moderncomments) February 3, 2016

Spoiled brats think they're entitled to all the youth and energy and future. #MillennialBillOfRights

— Rebecca Cohen (@GynoStar) February 3, 2016

The right to someone else's paycheck #MillennialBillOfRights

— RedNationRising (@RedNationRising) February 3, 2016

You have the right to be a dumbass.
You have the right to have 13 kids on the government $$$.

— Joe (@hastij04) February 3, 2016

1. To destroy anyone who makes me feel bad
2. To destroy anyone and everything that is not PC

— The Nice Me (@Reality_n_Truth) February 3, 2016

Right to complain about not finding a job with my $60,000 Indigenous Transgender Studies degree. #MillennialBillOfRights

— Countermoonbat (@CounterMoonbat) February 3, 2016

#MillennialBillOfRights summed up in a sentence: "Sure, you have rights…until they conflict with mine, mine supersede because oppression."

— Sadaf Ahmadzai (@pashtunatheist) February 3, 2016

But before you continue to bash millennials, this guy brings up an excellent point.

should've thought about making fun of millennials BEFORE you asked me to show you how this phone, remote, etc. works #MillennialBillOfRights

— Ryan Hale (@HitThemRyceps) February 3, 2016

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