Millennial Madlibs

Check out this phenomenal quote from this article by Polly Mosendz at Bloomberg:

“Country clubs aren’t catering to millennials,” he said. “I tried golf; I hated golfing. I can’t see myself spending the rest of my days building relationships while walking with a stick, hitting a ball.”

Isn’t that fantastic? It’s time for Millennial Madlibs™!

“Bars aren’t catering to millennials,” he said. “I tried drinks; I hated drinking. I can’t see myself spending the rest of my days building relationships while repeatedly lifting a glass, sipping liquid.”

“Nature isn’t catering to millennials,” he said. “I tried hikes; I hated hiking. I can’t see myself spending the rest of my days building relationships while putting one foot in front of the other, traversing space.”

“Turkish baths aren’t catering to millennials,” he said. “I tried steam; I hated steaming. I can’t see myself spending the rest of my days building relationships while lounging on tile, being kneaded.”

“Critical theories aren’t catering to millennials,” he said. “I tried reductionism; I hated reductionism. I can’t see myself spending the rest of my days building relationships while breaking down a pastime to its components, to the point of absurdity.”

OK I’ll stop now.

 

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