The poor little snowflakes being offended by "words" eh? It's alright for those who are Brexshitters and D***y M**l readers (a large overlap on a Venn diagram) to give off about "Millennials" being lazy, entitled etc compared to themselves as the generation of self-identified "hard working" baby boomers, but when someone who can be identified himself as a baby boomer points out in a critque that a large part of his generation is too emotionally attached to an era they grew up in that is socially quite different to today, they suddenly start going apeshit!
My usual response to "you took our jobs" was "terrible, isn't it? Come over here, nick your jobs AND SHOW YOU HOW TO DO THEM PROPERLY."spoonman wrote: ↑Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:34 amWhatever the narriative one thing is for definite. Whenever "'dey tuk aur jerbs!!" is brought up, very rarely if ever are fingers pointed by them at the employers who hire non-nationals for their work over "locals". It seems bizarre when the rhetoric is very often prompted by nativist beliefs.
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