42 thoughts on “Zoomer culture cutoff age

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m 25 and want to know this too
    I unironically love the baggy pants and oversized shirt looks, don’t care if it’s trendy or not. Much better than the millennial slim fit everything bullshit

      • Anonymous says:

        their youth, when they had no choice.

        go back in your cagie, 30 yr old wagie. you can’t talk with us kewl kedz. you’re literally harassing a child, a 22 year old childe.

        • Anonymous says:

          oldest millennials were wearing it well into their 20s, skinny shit started in the early 2000s with a really small subset of of kids, emos and a few skaters, the oldest millennials were nearing their 30s when skinny fit took off big in the late 2000s/early 2010s

      • Anonymous says:

        always funny seeing Gen Z try to dunk on Gen Y with the baggy clothes thing. In a few years it’ll cycle back around to slim fit clothes.

        their youth, when they had no choice.

        go back in your cagie, 30 yr old wagie. you can’t talk with us kewl kedz. you’re literally harassing a child, a 22 year old childe.

        >a 22 year old childe
        Cut this shit out, you are an adult, stop trying to skirt life and responsibility. So weird seeing people try to cling onto being a kid. Stop handicapping yourself. At 22 I was in a bar drinking craft beer, getting flashed by drunk girls, and managing to talk my way into the bedroom of a hot 30 year old female doctor that taught at a nearby university.

        • Anonymous says:

          >you WILL be a big boy
          >you WILL abandon your dreams
          >you WILL lick your boss’s boots and like it
          >you WILL marry, buy a house and have kids
          how about you suck my hecking dick
          there’s no future for us, the best we can do is bury our head in the sand and prolong youthful hedonism for as long as we can. following that, self delete in minecraft
          live fast die young

          • Anonymous says:

            bro how the hell did you get that from what I said? Dropping the childishness doesn’t mean you have to give up on your dream. Get a grip.

          • Anonymous says:

            oh shit I read the rest of your comment, sorry mate my response was out of order, I need to stop lashing out at others online and deal with my problems healthily
            How did it go with the hot 30 year old doctor brah?

            you could always just have a nice day

            yeah that’s what self delete in minecraft means dummy

            >live fast die young
            protip you don’t actually die, you just have a really shitty time in your 30s and 40s

            that’s kinda based though, just go out in a ball of flame whilst self destructing
            or I could seek help for my mental health issues and become a wholesome uncle/mentor figure for disadvantaged youth idk, matter of perspective

          • Anonymous says:

            >live fast die young
            protip you don’t actually die, you just have a really shitty time in your 30s and 40s

          • Anonymous says:

            Yep. However, can you really blame zoomers for having that mentality when they’ve been bombarded since birth with the idea that the world is going to shit and there’s no future?

    • Anonymous says:

      >Much better than the millennial slim fit everything bullshit

      Millennials were wearing baggy pants and oversized shirt looks during their high school years (mid 90s to early 2000s)

      You zoomers copied the Millennials

      • Anonymous says:

        Yep, the slim everything trend started first with the emo and scene kids in the 00’s, was adopter by hipsters by the end of the decade and by 2010-2012 was pretty much mainstream.

        Fashion is cyclical and every generation rebels against whatever the previous did. The curse of youth is thinking that they invented the wheel.

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        >t. Xennial

        • Anonymous says:

          >Fashion is cyclical and every generation rebels against whatever the previous did. The curse of youth is thinking that they invented the wheel.

          My haircut and wardrobe hasn’t changed in 20 years, as if it’s frozen in time. I don’t follow follow fashion trend, fashion trend follows me by repeating itself every 20 years.

          I also noticed zoomers are starting to adopt a modified hipster look, with ugly mustache and mullet look of the hipsters. (except hipsters were sporting beard and hilter cut)

          picrel

        • Anonymous says:

          >The curse of youth is thinking that they invented the wheel.

          Generally I would agree with this aphorism but I think zoomers are self aware they’re merely copying fashion trends from the 90s and 2000s — the previous generation.

          • Anonymous says:

            The trend-setters definitely are aware. The tiktok consoomers not so much, but overall I’d say that zoomers take themselves less seriously than previous generations. I feel like they are busting millenials’ balls because the later are thin-skinned and can’t cope with no longer being the young ones and all the attention that comes with it.

            >Millennials were wearing baggy pants and oversized shirt looks during their high school years (mid 90s to early 2000s)
            But the pic is Gen X. That was the slacker generation. Skater, punk, grunge. Well before emo and that other millennial bullshit. Skinny jeans were probably the worst trend to come from millennials, followed by hipsters and lumbersexuals. The most pampered generation rebelled by dressing like gay lumberjack baristas, with your highwater jeans and suspenders.

            The worst thing you could be was a try-hard, and that is exactly what hipsters are. At least zoomers look like they don’t give a shit. Gen X are closer to the zoomers in that we were also caught between two very coddled and "privileged" generations – the boomers and millennials. In fact, boomers and millennials are so alike they despise each other. Millennials are caught up with the expectations for success (participation trophies) that neither Gen X nor Z had. Kurt Cobain’s style is as much X as it is Z. I personally like the zoomer style. It’s refreshing to see after a decade of Mumford and sons looking motherheckers.

            >a decade of Mumford and sons looking motherheckers.
            xennial here, my wardrobe is about 80% a lite version of what a hipster circa 2012 would wear (minus skinny jeans and highwater pant lenght). Of all the stuff I tried over the decades, it’s the one that looks best on me and in which I’m most comfortable. Also, it doesn’t look outrageous at my current age.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Millennials were wearing baggy pants and oversized shirt looks during their high school years (mid 90s to early 2000s)
        But the pic is Gen X. That was the slacker generation. Skater, punk, grunge. Well before emo and that other millennial bullshit. Skinny jeans were probably the worst trend to come from millennials, followed by hipsters and lumbersexuals. The most pampered generation rebelled by dressing like gay lumberjack baristas, with your highwater jeans and suspenders.

        The worst thing you could be was a try-hard, and that is exactly what hipsters are. At least zoomers look like they don’t give a shit. Gen X are closer to the zoomers in that we were also caught between two very coddled and "privileged" generations – the boomers and millennials. In fact, boomers and millennials are so alike they despise each other. Millennials are caught up with the expectations for success (participation trophies) that neither Gen X nor Z had. Kurt Cobain’s style is as much X as it is Z. I personally like the zoomer style. It’s refreshing to see after a decade of Mumford and sons looking motherheckers.

    • Anonymous says:

      >I unironically love the baggy pants and oversized shirt looks, don’t care if it’s trendy or not. Much better than the millennial slim fit everything bullshit

      You think you’re being a rebel wearing baggy clothes but millennials did exactly that during high school like

      https://i.imgur.com/Sq3olBe.jpg

      >Much better than the millennial slim fit everything bullshit

      Millennials were wearing baggy pants and oversized shirt looks during their high school years (mid 90s to early 2000s)

      You zoomers copied the Millennials

      Gen A (2010 – 2030) fashion trend will be slim fit clothes and hilter youth haircut.

      Time is a flat circle.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Gen A (2010 – 2030) fashion trend will be slim fit clothes and hilter youth haircut.
        this is just turbonormie zoomer lads in the UK since 2013 (aka ‘Deano’) though

        >Millennials were wearing baggy pants and oversized shirt looks during their high school years (mid 90s to early 2000s)
        But the pic is Gen X. That was the slacker generation. Skater, punk, grunge. Well before emo and that other millennial bullshit. Skinny jeans were probably the worst trend to come from millennials, followed by hipsters and lumbersexuals. The most pampered generation rebelled by dressing like gay lumberjack baristas, with your highwater jeans and suspenders.

        The worst thing you could be was a try-hard, and that is exactly what hipsters are. At least zoomers look like they don’t give a shit. Gen X are closer to the zoomers in that we were also caught between two very coddled and "privileged" generations – the boomers and millennials. In fact, boomers and millennials are so alike they despise each other. Millennials are caught up with the expectations for success (participation trophies) that neither Gen X nor Z had. Kurt Cobain’s style is as much X as it is Z. I personally like the zoomer style. It’s refreshing to see after a decade of Mumford and sons looking motherheckers.

        Gen X fashion is based as heck, I love Y2K era/early 2000s underground culture but the fits are nowhere near as good

    • Anonymous says:

      Depends what you mean by zoomer shit ig. Always important to remember that these terms are partly constructed through their use in media representations, so are necessarily going to give a somewhat skewed impression of the demographic, if your idea is just ‘young people’. Just like not every 19 YO goes to college, not everybody’s wearing baggy shit and exposing their midriff. Idk tho — I’m probably equally insecure () about this sort of shit too, tbh, since I’ll be aging out of the 18-24 bracket before the end of this year. Thanks for reading my blog, ig? Hope more people post in this thread though, as I am also curious.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yeah I basically just mean being a young person and doing young people shit, not having adult responsibilities and being able to date zoomer qts without it being seen as an ‘age gap’ relationship
        Most people say the transition to adulthood occurs at 25 and I’m hecking scared because I only started living for real 6 months ago, I’ve seen the way late 20s people live and look and I don’t want anything to do with it

        • Anonymous says:

          I’m 23 and in the same boat and i used to fear adult hood but now i embrace it. Girls want a man not some boy so keep that in mind. why would you spend 2 years not giving a shit then suddenly start caring at 25? you either want to do something with your life or you don’t

          • Anonymous says:

            https://i.imgur.com/uei7mLn.jpg

            If you’re 23 you’re a zoomer. If you feel a part of it, go for it.
            A lot of generations had this "nolife" period, some made it out some didn’t. Just don’t sacrifice your future for it because you’ll come out the other side wanting something more fulfilling, I sure as heck did.

            I’d say late 20s, but if you look young, you can rock it still.

            Makes it a lot easier if your goal is to attract 18 year old girls/twinks.

            Yeah I guess this is all true, thanks anons

        • Anonymous says:

          >able to date zoomer qts without it being seen as an ‘age gap’ relationship

          Mid 30s boomer here. I have a 21 years old girlfriend that heck her tight little pussy. I creampie her tight little cunt whenever I have a chance.

          No, she isn’t my sugar baby. I only pay for her dinners when we go out.

          I don’t give a FLYING heck what people think about "age gap".

          I also dress like a bit like a zoomer. Because I don’t give a heck about no cut off age.

          ib4 seethe, you’re lying, blah blah blah

  2. Anonymous says:

    nah i’m 29 and hang with zoomers sometimes and i love the baggy pants

    end of the day it’s about your personality
    having your shit together and being a good influence on the younger generation should be your goal

  3. Anonymous says:

    If you’re 23 you’re a zoomer. If you feel a part of it, go for it.
    A lot of generations had this "nolife" period, some made it out some didn’t. Just don’t sacrifice your future for it because you’ll come out the other side wanting something more fulfilling, I sure as heck did.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I’m 32 and a barman in a restaurant, I dress young because it suits my loser aesthetic. I never feel pressured to dress older.

  5. Anonymous says:

    28 year old here, I’ve started transitioning out of trendy styles. It really depends on what you mean by zoomer fashion. If you are talking about baggy ass jnco jeans then perhaps you shouldn’t be wearing that shit past 24 or 25 years old, this pretty much goes for any "extreme" fashion trends which usually start to look bad when you transition out of your youthful age. That being said, if you want to rock the thriftcore look with some relaxed/straight fit jeans or chinos paired with vans or converse than I think its fair game. Its generally just a bad idea though when you are older and are wearing extreme fits (skinny jeans or baggy ass jeans alike). There’s literally nothing wrong with wearing straight fit and a well-paired choice of vintage thrifted graphic tee or button up shirt, this shit will likely always be timeless

  6. Anonymous says:

    the sooner the better or you run the risk of crystallization of the brain causing you to be one forever. example baggy clothed wiggers and old heads of the from the 1990s. the modern equivalent would be swag clothes from 2010s

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’d say late 20s, but if you look young, you can rock it still.

    Makes it a lot easier if your goal is to attract 18 year old girls/twinks.

  8. Anonymous says:

    >What’s the cutoff age for hanging out with zoomers, dressing in zoomer fashion and doing zoomer shit?

    Mid 30s boomer here.

    There is no cut off age.

    I have a 21 years old zoom zoom girlfriend that I heck in her tight little pussy.

    I have 22 year old zoomer male friends, we talk about video games and go drinking beer.

    You shouldn’t care what others think, BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT PAYING YOUR RENT.

    You should only give a heck what the person thinks if they’re a paying customer.

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