32 thoughts on “What the fuck was gen x thinking with this haircut

          • Anonymous says:

            These generational divides are fake and gay. Someone born in 81 and someone born in 96 are going to be very different culturally. Trying to split them into neat 20 year divisions is meaningless and they should be split around cultural/political events that create paradigm shifts.

          • Anonymous says:

            >they should be split around cultural/political events that create paradigm shifts.
            That’s actually the idea behind this generation thing. But the issue is that rarely there’s a clear cutoff and it’s more like a continuum. As an example, late millenials and early zoomers are almost indistinguishable but both very different from late zoomers.

          • Anonymous says:

            >But the issue is that rarely there’s a clear cutoff and it’s more like a continuum.
            Such is life.

          • Anonymous says:

            This gen this gen that shit is all so tiring. Millennials were called that because they were 18-20 at the turn of the millenium. No one actually used that term before 2000. Then the village idiot decided that the "generation" ended arbitrarily for people born in 1996. Sure whatever. It’s like believing in horoscope but even shittier.

          • Anonymous says:

            this isn’t really a new problem with the idea of generations, though.
            they were always conceived of being like 18 years long so they always had the problem of saying someone born on year 1 of the gen is more similar to someone born on year 18 of the gen than he is to someone born on year 18 of the last gen.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Millennials were called that because they were 18-20 at the turn of the millenium

            Well, this is partly true, but it was that they were the last generation born prior to the turn of the Millennium, not that age-group.

            >Then the village idiot decided that the "generation" ended arbitrarily for people born in 1996.

            Yeah, dumbasses on here are CONSTANTLY changing the years around. From 1999, to 98, to 97, to 96, and I’ve even seen 95 cropping up. Soon it’ll just be a 5-year "generation." Funny how it’s only Gen Y that this is happening with, in terms of people constantly hecking with the years. Most-likely self-hating Millennials trying to distance themselves from other Millennials.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m 36. I remember some 10 year olds having this when I was 9 or something like that.
    This one actually came back a little bit a couple of years ago.
    I didn’t like it then and I don’t like it now.

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