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This Collage Of All The Trends Millennials Are 'Killing' Is Cracking Twitter Up

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I'm a millennial and I've noticed a lot of things about my generation that I don't like. I don't like the fact that we're over-educated and underemployed. I also don't like the fact that many peers I've met are entitled spoiled brats. I don't like that people's activism and demands for a better life begin and end with social media rants, passionate displays of expressions where the longing for a better, more fulfilling and meaningful life are rarely acted upon.

But, in defense of millennials, we're living in a much different time now. The quality of education in America has seriously declined because educational institutions rely on a business model that accepts pretty much any student and churns out degrees like they're giving our black belts at Tiger Schulmann's. Then there's the simple fact that everything costs a heck of a lot more: school, housing, property, property taxes, cars; adjusted for inflation and we're still getting reamed harder than baby boomers or anyone else in previous generations.

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Yet, Millennials are still being blamed for "killing" just about every industry or business that's failing these days.

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It's become somewhat of a running joke for everyone on the internet.

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There are so many headlines accusing millennials of "killing" things off, that one woman, Twitter user @theindiaalto, decided to take action.

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Turns out she wasn't joking.

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She actually printed out all of the headlines and centered them around a traditional millennial dish: avocado toast. Note how the board looks like a collection of headlines a serial killer would keep as a trophy for themselves.

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Twitter thought it was brilliant.

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She even turned it into a T-shirt and poster.

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What else are millennials going to be accused of destroying?

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Everything, apparently.

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