If there are names millennials are sick of being called, "whiny" falls somewhere near the top of the list next to "entitled" and "ungrateful."
But sometimes you run across a few who fit the stereotype of a twenty-something beleaguered with so many first-world problems, Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea would have enough material for a 30-minute remix of their hit single. Not sure what we're talking about? Well, give the episode of City Ballet above a watch and try to spot the whiny millennial.
For everyone else, if you're looking to avoid giving a bad rap to Gen Y, try not to get caught saying the following things out loud.
"The barista only gave me two pumps of syrup instead of three. My day is ruined."
"I can't decide where to go for brunch right now."
"What do you mean you don't serve 'craft beers' here? I'm leaving."
"You can forget about buying milk unless it's locally sourced."
"All the power outlets at my favourite cafe are occupied."
"Ugh, there's no wi-fi here."
"There's a bow tie sale on Etsy but I don't have any space left in my wardrobe."
"Where am I going to find time to reply to all these messages on Tinder?"
"My iPad Mini is COMPLETELY useless now that the iPad Air 2 is out."
"Help me! I can't decide which of these two Instagram filters to use."
"I can't believe I'm missing Lena Dunham's book reading for work right now."
Welcome back to a new season of "City Ballet". From the mind of executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker comes a gritty, behind-the-scenes look inside the New York City Ballet and the people who perform on one of the world's most coveted stages.
Also On "City Ballet":
Episode 2: A Choreographer's Story
Episode 3: Peter Martins
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