33 thoughts on “I think being an ageing millenial is the hardest thing to be in this world.

  1. Anonymous says:

    i never changed
    trying to dress like a zoomer is basically socially signaling that you use tiktok. being obsessed with short form social media is pretty much the single most emasculating and gay thing a man can possibly do

  2. Anonymous says:

    Imagine being so zoomer brained you believe that people have to adhere to the first trend they latched onto and are incapable of developing their own personal style that fits them with elements taken from other genres they enjoy

    • Anonymous says:

      hecking this, did fellow milennials not learn anything from the indie/hipster era when thrifting became a thing? lol

  3. Anonymous says:

    imagine giving a shit.

    no really. millennial this vs zoomer that. who heckign cares? just wear what you want and listen to what you want

    you can still wear that shit. no one would care
    you could borrow some new shit from today’s fashion and no one would care.

    the pic you posted looks normal.

    do you live in a small ass town or something?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just dress like this everyday. Few different shirt variations. Undo buttons as it gets warmer. Ezpz. My parents dressed me in 501s growing up. I stuck with them for a while but now I wear 551z. The only trend I liked from back in the day was tight band shirts with a studded belt.

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m 31 and married and it’s pretty great. I don’t have to worry about anything social besides family anymore and all I have to think about is my job and career.

          • Anonymous says:

            What if you never had any friends growing up and it’s eating you inside.

            Theoretically ahaha

          • Anonymous says:

            Making friends in my late 30’s is difficult especially as an introvert but there are apps like meetup out there. Find a hobby or interest and join a group. It won’t get easier, so began now

          • Anonymous says:

            makes little difference in older age since its a different game

            I had a lot of friends as a kid, but adulthood is rough for making friendship considering:
            >work
            >hobbies
            >family
            >overall tiredness
            >personal risk (can’t let HR see you doing shit on socials, need to keep debt in check for the kids benefit, etc.)

            That part of life is over and you to need to find a way to move on, because the second part is way harder the longer you hold out on making the longer lasting adult and meaningful adult friends

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yeah I remember the shitty hats and windbreakers with bright secondary colors. Always hated that shit and that gay Demarco.
    T. Zoollennial

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ve got expendable cash to buy cool shit. Developed my own style for the last 17yrs. Well traveled. Will be 39 in june, aging isn’t so bad but I’ll probably die partnerless and childless.

  7. Anonymous says:

    >Any other ageing millenial bros remember wavey garms… Mac Demarco… Indie music… Skinny Jeans From TopShop
    no I was already too old for those dumb trends

  8. Anonymous says:

    Nah, this seems to be an NYC thing among trust fund babies who wanted to look like white trash. I remember emo/scene, dubstep/EDM and weebs

  9. Anonymous says:

    Im 30 and I have always dressed like a back up goon in an early 90s movie and never had to worry about this.

  10. Anonymous says:

    One thing that I like is having seen the before and after of normcore. It doesn’t get mentioned so much anymore, so I feel like the younger zoomers probably don’t know what a shift that really was. So much of what they’re doing now would be impossible without normcore.

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