There’s a huge difference between millenials born in the 1980s and millenials born in the 1990s.

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Millennials born in the 1980s are closer to Gen X and Millenials born in the 1990s are together with generation Z
 
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Millenials born in the 1980s are people who were in high school in the early -mid 90s to early 2000s

Millenials born in the 1990s are people who were in high school from the mid 2000s to early and mid 2010s
 
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i think social media and the internet is the dividing line

my brother was born in 1984 and never had social media in high school while I had Myspace and AOL instant messenger. Using the internet heavier makes it easier to relate to Gen Z's.

Ciara is only 4 years older than me but she feels like a Gen Xer to me for some reason.
 

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being like Gen X is nothing to be proud of :sas2:

Why not?

If you're a productive member of society who's living right and holding ya sh1t down, what's not to be proud of?

Conversely, how does being part of a certain generation give a person a sense of pride if that person is a sh1tty ass bum of a human?

It's like when racist white folks claim superiority by listing accomplishments by members of their race knowing damn well they haven't accomplished (nor have the mental capacity to accomplish) anything in this world except for literally existing and running their mouths. This "group valor" mentality is one of the worst tribal traits that humans have, trying to elevate themselves off the work of others who only share the most superficial of bonds with them. That's some pathetic sh1t. :francis:
 
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