Irshadgul News report,
Oonagh Keating. Updated January 31, 2023
It’s wise to be wary of giving too much credence to generational stereotypes—especially if they link avocado consumption levels to home ownership, but the comedian Jake Lambert A divide is seen that is making people feel seen.
Here is his theory.
How different generations reach people’s homes pic.twitter.com/CAcDwzgAfp
— Jake Lambert (@LittleLostLad) January 29, 2023
You basically have boomers, who will turn up completely unannounced any time from about 7 in the morning, and they’ll be more likely to knock on your door than the police raiding a house.
Jake’s very funny sketch has clearly resonated with Twitterati, racking up more than 130,000 views in less than two days — and garnering comments like this one.
I don’t usually buy into these generational stereotypes, but sometimes they’re totally true https://t.co/kd9SkBTbbS
— Mumblin Deaf Ro (@MumblinDeafRo) January 29, 2023
GenX check in… The fact that our GenZ kids didn’t plan days in advance was a point of contention in our house for years. The terror that they just wanted to show up at a friend’s house without any notice, without any arrangement, was unconscionable. Make plans, kids! https://t.co/okswJOO3Ck
— Amber ☥ ૐ Shanti ᐰ☠️ (@Na0sGlass) January 29, 2023
I feel great
— Mitten D’Amour (@MittenDAmour) January 29, 2023
as a millennial i have to say pic.twitter.com/uGwc34Rwrt
– (@benitohepton) January 29, 2023
its truth. My boomer parents loved to show up at homes unannounced and would not only knock on doors but peek through windows and walk around the back of the house as well. My wife and I (Xillenials) will take a trip in the Outlook calendar about four months ahead of time.
— MattWoolwich (@MattWWoolwich) January 29, 2023
Gen X can confirm that this guy has done his research! https://t.co/09MGryhqJO
— Auntie (@k8marsh) January 28, 2023
Here’s some great advice @nickmotownHe who knows about these things is himself a very witty man.
Jake is very funny. So angry, you bastard. Follow if you haven’t already https://t.co/MEgQU1fmt5
— jason (@nickmotown) January 30, 2023
You can just do that on Twitter – obviously – as well as TikTok and Facebook or you might even be able to watch it live.
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