For several years now, there's been an ongoing feud raging between baby boomers and millennials. Baby boomers claim that millennials are lazy, entitled, and lack true grit, while millennials counter that baby boomers ruined the economy, poisoned the environment, and are terrible at keeping up with technology.

Here are some examples of clever young people absolutely roasting the baby boomer ideology, and asserting that there's nothing wrong with seeking a healthy work-life balance and being a confident conservationist.

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