Time Magazine Made Up A Viral Millennial Saying & Millennials Are Not Happy

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Millennials and avocados go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly or milk and cookies.

Yes, millennials are a huge factor in the rise of the smooth creamy green fruit, but that doesn’t mean every joke about an avocado is a millennial joke.

TIME magazine thinks otherwise. They claim that the saying ‘hold my avocado’ is the new viral millennial saying.

Well it’s not TIME!

The publication saw Ken Norton’s tweet that said ‘hold my avocado’ and presto now it’s a viral saying.

https://twitter.com/kennethn/status/895036508163276801

His tweet was making fun of Baby Boomer’s, The Cold War, Trump and the impending nuclear war with North Korea. Amazing.

TIME weirdly broke down his tweet saying it’s a riff on the saying “hold my beer” while also a “quick way to denote the contemporary millennial experience.” Um, what? TIME it was just a tweet. Do they not know what viral means? One person tweeting “hold my avocado” does not make it viral.

Millennials are not saying “hold my avocado” and they naturally came for TIME for making this up. TIME truly doesn’t stand a chance when it comes to be roasted on Twitter by the generation that grew up on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/Lola_Ramona9903/status/895374185475837952

https://twitter.com/MorganJerkins/status/895643823581298690

https://twitter.com/celestiallmj/status/895673398633918464

https://twitter.com/steincamp/status/895409843451940865

https://twitter.com/DamnThelma/status/895655933971398656

Ken has spoken out about TIME‘s article about his tweet. He has even joined in on the roasting of TIME‘s attempt to create content about millennials.

https://twitter.com/kennethn/status/895657252538929154

Turns out Ken isn’t even a millennial.

https://twitter.com/kennethn/status/895661725701120006

https://twitter.com/kennethn/status/895657763749089280

Please leave millennials and avocados alone.

 

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