Okay, time for the “I’m single-parentin’ this week and walkin’ in a stupor” question that allows me to hear from you out in Greater Blogboro:
How would you end the phrase “kids today sure are ________”
In this case, “kids today” = “ages 15-26” and you can use one word, three words, or even three sentences. Unrigorous, anecdotal bullshit is heartily encouraged – as is broad generalization, mean-spirited guessing, and outright calumny that says more about you than them. Thoughtful analysis is nice too. It’s for a little idea I’m working on.
Textin’ Teens™ clip art added for demotivational cliché purposes