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People Divulge Which Things Gen Z Isn't Ready To Hear Yet

Enjoy your youth while you've got it, Gen Z.

Reddit has a thing or two to share with you and we'll be honest, it's a little bit of a buzz kill. So if you're currently enjoying being young and cool, you might want to just keep right on doing that.

But if you're already jaded and feeling hopeless, then sure why not pile some more on that?

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We're always told to "respect our elders." In truth, many of our elders are wonderful and understanding people. Others are definitely not.

Many young people are very frustrated by older generations. Technology has taken its toll. The job market does not resemble anything that it used to be. The realities of the climate crisis continue to compound. Geopolitical events are raising tensions. Global inequality is at an all-time high.

Given all this, how can young people be expected to bridge the gap between their philosophies and those of people much older than them? People shared their frustrations with us after Redditor baker109123 asked the online community,

"Younger people are Reddit, what are you tired of hearing from older generations?"
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People Over 35 Share Their Best Advice For Gen-Zers

We all hear how hindsight is 20/20.

So what are tips and life hacks that people wished they knew when they were younger? What would have helped them with life?

The over 35 crowd of Reddit decided to share some of the best advice they wish they had taken to heart.

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People Share The Most Gen Z Comment They've Ever Heard
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Generation Z, the generation that follows Millennials, are now somewhere between the ages of seven and 24. With the oldest of their generation being in their early 20s and late teens, they're bound to leave their mark on internet culture and social media.

Though we are still getting to know this generation, they have already shown themselves to be influential on the digital world. They're capitalizing off of their quirks with Instagram influencer brand deals and going viral for TikTok dance videos.

Since they've taken the reins, we see especially from the Black community, new waves of pop culture references that trend so fast it will make your head spin. Redditors told us some of the most typical things a Gen Z kid will say.

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People Reflect On Trends They Want To Bring Back From The 1980s or 90s

The 80s and the 90s are the ultimate decades of nostalgia for millennials. We were born between 1981 and 1996 and as such grew up in some of the most formative decades for the contemporary American landscape.

The 80s and the 90s also marked the last periods of time before technology would completely take over the world--those of us who were children in the 90s remember a childhood both before and after technology entered it.

As such that creates a lot of nostalgia for a time that truly seems as if it will never come back.

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