By Frank Lea
Posted December 6, 2017

The proof is in the pudding folks. Or maybe it's not pudding anymore. Maybe the proof is in the puddle of melted liberalism brought upon us by the millennial generation who is consistently offended by absolutely everything possible. In fact, there's probably a handful of millennials who are offended by this article just from reading the title. Well, that's too bad because now we can back things up with a little bit of research and data. Everyone loves data, right? Well, no one loves data more than a poorly run public school, but that's another issue for another day.

 

 

Today we've come across a survey proving that millennials dislike being called snowflakes. It hurts their feelings and they experience harm to their mental health. You would think these folks were in WWII but nope. They're in college, maybe. If they're not in college, then they're not doing much at all. The generation coming up isn't very intelligent, nor is it very motivated to do anything great with their lives. They're more into protesting, living in their parent's basements, joining social justice warrior clubs, and screaming at the sky a year after their preferred Democrat presidential candidate loses.

That's the mindset of the future failure club. Snowflakes, snowflakes everywhere. The 16-24 club is the millennials who will accomplish absolutely nothing when they're older except for a revolution that consists of genderless people trying their hardest to not be offended by thoughts.

Breitbart reports:

"A new survey by insurance firm Aviva found that 72 percent of 16 to 24-year-olds believethe term “snowflake” is unfairly applied to millennials. 74 percent of respondents took it a step farther, arguing that they believe the use of the label could have a negative effect on young people’s mental health.

The study was born out of interest in the term “snowflake generation” which was originally used to describe young people who thought they were unique or special. Some suggest it was popularized by a line in the 1996 novel Fight Club and its 1999 film adaptation: “you are not special, you are not a beautiful and unique snowflake.” The word’s meaning eventually evolved to mean “overly-sensitive.” It is often used to describe college students who claim that they are offended by controversial or even mundane ideas."

Today's college students are some of the worst people on the planet who've turned college from an institute of higher learning to a business peddling gender studies majors to dolts who are brainless enough to think spending $100k on a worthless major will ever push them forward in life.

This is why the millennials will be in their 30's begging for $15 an hour minimum wage and trying to figure out why they can't find a job in gender or women's studies. They'll wear pink hats and Antifa shirts. Instead of figuring out their lives and building a future and a family, they'll be sucking on the government cheese while spending any money they earn on the latest iPhone. They'll be smug white liberals with their nose held high until the snowflake in them begins melting and they break down and can't breath anymore.

They'll scream at the sky once per year as a reminder that they messed up.

There's still time to get your lives together, kids.

You can do it.

We believe in you.

You just don't believe in yourself because you're a snowflake.

Posted in Opinion and filed under Millennials, snowflakes, mental health.
Source: breitbart,