Brunch sucks, you’re not that old, and you’re surely not a real DJ!
Millennials haven’t been on this Earth for that long, relatively speaking, so it’s obvious that they’re still figuring out some things — like how to take photographs that aren’t selfies, or that the old 90s shows on Nickelodeon ended for a reason. But as we keep approaching the end of 2018, it's definitely time to start focusing on making sure you retire a few of these things that have overstayed their welcome.
This will be controversial to say, but brunch — at least in the way that millennials are known to enjoy it — is a terrible idea, and it’s baffling that it has existed for so long. You have to wake up early and start drinking in the morning. It burns you out and makes you sleepy — or drunk — for the rest of the day. Brunch would be perfect if the whole tradition, pancakes, mimosas, crepes and all, was moved to 4 p.m. It makes no sense that large swaths of the millennial generation are losing big chunks of their weekend to this brunch thing when they could be doing countless other activities — or even just catching up on sleep — instead.
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