Time magazine tried their hardest to relate to millennials and got roasted in return
When Time isn’t busy telling millennials to “stop buying avocado toast if you want to buy a home,” they’re insisting that “‘Hold My Avocado’ is the new viral catchphrase millennials have been looking for”.
"Hold my avocado" is the new viral catchphrase millennials have been looking for https://t.co/4mk3lH7V5s
— TIME (@TIME) August 9, 2017
Unsurprisingly they got a well deserved roasting in response to their clumsy attempt at relating to millennials.
Someone needs to reply with this, so it might as well be me. . . pic.twitter.com/16YhgVhRKc
— Calum Carson (@calum_carson) August 9, 2017
I prefer "hold my crippling student debt while I enter this economy you've destroyed" but that's just me
— Cheryl Hurst (@CherylmHurst) August 10, 2017
why, was "please match my wages with the rising cost of living" taken?
— Shaun Norton (@ShaunNorton) August 10, 2017
— Arkansas Fred (@ArkansasFred) August 10, 2017
You literally paid someone to write this? QUIT TRYING TO MAKE "MILLENIALS & AVOCADOS" HAPPEN, TIME. IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.
— LolaRamona (@Lola_Ramona9903) August 9, 2017
— Sizzle (@steincamp) August 9, 2017
trump: cnn is fake news
time: hold my avocado
— jake (@jcobevans) August 10, 2017
Everyone working for TIME pic.twitter.com/E6MgEuJ7s6
— Jennie 🌈 (@celestiallmj) August 10, 2017