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Man explains how easily millennials can be 'offended' by Gen Z by a hilarious skit

Man shared a funny example of how Gen Z gets on the nerves of a millennial. The comments section of the video proved him right.

Man explains how easily millennials can be 'offended' by Gen Z by a hilarious skit
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli

In the wide world of the internet, Gen Zs and millennials never let go of a single opportunity to get on each other's nerves. The banter between the two generations is way too relatable and hilarious. So, when Harald Tronsli—who goes by @haraldtronsli on TikTok—created a hilarious skit to depict the love-hate relationship between the two generations, the internet roared with laughter. The creator accurately captioned the video, "How to offend a millennial."

Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli
Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli

As the skit began, Tronsli played the role of a millennial with a blue shirt, beige pants and a cup in his hands. The person said, "I am a millennial, we call each other names all the time. Nothing offends us." Soon enough the man comes out as Gen Z dressed in beige pants, a beige sweater, a white t-shirt and the same cup in his hand. He made the "Oh really" expression at the millennial's statement and simply stated, "You are old." The millennial tried to hold onto his smile until his face dropped the very next moment. The video received over 5 million views and more than 472k likes.

Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli
Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli

The saga of offending each other continued in the comments section of the video. @ridetosurvive commented, "Yeah but also Gen Z thinks anyone over 30 is a boomer so there's that." @yascaoimhin wrote, "Millennials probably look the best at this stage of aging if one compares them to the generations that came before them. Gen Z already looks 30, to be honest." @adv000000 remarked, "It feels odd because baby boomers still think we’re 16 so I’m told I’m too young one minute and then too old the next." @stephdavis805 expressed, "They act like they won’t get there. Their faces prove otherwise. They’re almost there."

Image Source: TikTok | @sagiterror_ist
Image Source: TikTok | @sagiterror_ist
Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli
Image Source: TikTok | @haraldtronsli

A Gen Z @akrafinski stated, "Millennials are too old. Even though I’m technically just at the start of Gen Z (‘98) and sometimes get lumped in with them." @grease_dungeon said, "Just got done fighting for my life in the comments because millennials were offended. Someone said they talk too slowly in videos." Most of the comments proved that the millennials might have taken offense because of the jab.

In another similar story, the differences between Gen Z and millennials were highlighted and tickled every person's funny bones. In the video posted by Katy Elliot who goes by @_katyelliot on TikTok a person behind the camera told a Gen Z and millennial to enact different things. It highlights how both of them grew up in drastically different times. First up the person told both the girls to answer a phone. The millennial made a landline receiver symbol with her hand while the Gen Z put five fingers on her face pretending that it was a smartphone.

They were also asked to roll down the windows. The millennial does the action of rolling the lever to do it, while Gen Z simply presses the button to roll them down. They were also asked to click a picture. While the millennial pretended to hold a camera to click a photo, GenZ pretended to tap a button on a smartphone to click a picture. For the final one, the person asked both of them to stand up and show what both of them were wearing. The millennial donned skinny jeans while the Gen Z sported ripped baggy jeans. It was a laugh riot through and through.

@_katyelliot I feel victimized by the Gen Z heart. @Diondra McKinley Checkeye #genz #millennial ♬ original sound - Katy Elliot


You can follow Harald (@haraldtronsli) on TikTok for more funny videos.

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