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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The "Y" Genereation

Because I thought this was sooooo true, I borrowed this from my friends Kirsten's blog! Thanks Kirsten!!


In its January 22, 2008 edition, the Quebec City newspaper, Le Soleil, had a topic about generations by age group.Generations are grouped as follows:-The Silent generation, people born before 1945.-The Baby Boomers, people born between 1945 and 1961.-Generation X, people born between 1962 and 1976.-
Generation Y, people born between 1977 and 1989. Why do we call the last one generation Y?

This drives me crazy, when I see people who's pants are about to fall off of their butts. It bothers me even more when I can see their underwear or butt cracks!! Yuck!!! I don't want to see that .......just keep it to yourselves!!!! And how can it be comfortable when you have to hold your pants up when you walk or keep pulling them up. I just don't get it!!!

12 comments:

gigi said...

I don't get it either but I'm in total agreement with you! It' just stupid!

Aramie Randall said...

How many times have I seen young skater guys running while holding up their pants with both hands? If they trip and fall will they catch themselves or just fall on their faces while still holding their pants up?

Sants said...

True that.

Kalli said...

ok those pictures below are soo funny and yes your friend looks like Sloth from Goonies in the third one maybe they are related hahahaha I love it. And it was so good to run into you and would love to get together I will call you for sure. And I totally agree keep your cracks to yourself I don't get it!

Amanda said...

I would think that would cause some serious chafing. Looks totally uncomfortable to me.

Sheila said...

My hubby is in that generation only his isn't on purpose. The downside of no butt.
Elizabeth, I started a blog. I got inspired by you. I don't know how to do this though. I'm totally clueless. I'm just set up as Sheila Jensen

Kimberly said...

You just made the cutoff into Generation X, Elizabeth! Unfortunately, Io didn't. Fortunately, he wasn't raised in the US. HA!

Claudia said...

But you have to talk about the WALK that is required when wearing said pants, too. You know, that shuffle, jerk-spasm, dog paddle lurch. You can't have the crack with out the walk, homie.

Aramie Randall said...

I was technically born in generation Y, but I've always thought of myself as a generation x-er. I don't like the apathy that exists in generation Y. I want to be considered part of this country's up and coming corrupt politicians generation!

RazakFamily said...

Liz, I about died laughing!! I found you and have been wanting to see how you are doing - good to see that you are doing good! Drop us a line sometime...
http://razakfamily.blogspot.com/

~JaiCi & Ifraz

Aramie Randall said...

Me again. I'm glad you liked my pastaroni cheater recipe. It's so easy and I must say that it's pretty delicious!

The Clanton Gang said...

I'm bummed, because I thought 1977 was the last year of Generation X. Who in the heck wants to be a Gen-Yer? They're whiny, lazy and show butt crack. :)
I think some of us are Generation X and a half!!