The Instigator
FanboyMctroll
Pro (for)
The Contender
briannaxrice
Con (against)

Millennials are just useless braindead losers

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 5/1/2018 Category: Society
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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FanboyMctroll

Pro

Millennials today are just brain dead losers who can't figure anything out without googling it. They can't think for themselves, they can't even do long division and they can't function without their phone. Provide any challenge to a millennial and after they are stuck for 5 minutes they have to resort to google because they are too brain dead to use their own head to solve any problem. This stems from them growing up in the digital age where individual thinking is no longer required as google will explain everything for you and even show you how to wipe your a** for you if you don't know.

I wouldn't hire one millennial at my workplace because they are useless when it comes to creative thinking or face to face negotiations as all they do is communicate on social media and have no clue of how to communicate in real life.

Millennials are zombies with a smartphone glued to their hand and google to run their lives.
briannaxrice

Con

Millennial's are not brain-dead losers! They may be on their phones a lot, but still. Phones are a way to communicate to friends that you may never see again and have fun and games. Plus, if someone doesn't know something to do or is worried about something, google is a great source, even for classrooms. They also become the most educated from google as they are learning things from it.
Debate Round No. 1
FanboyMctroll

Pro

Well I will be providing sources of why millennials are brain dead and can't function without their phones, here are some reading materials

https://www.entrepreneur.com...
https://www.theloop.ca...
https://www.buzzfeed.com...
https://www.mindingthecampus.org...

I'm not the only one who thinks millennials can't think on their own, and that is why they end up unemployed or only working brain dead jobs as Starbucks barista's 12 hours a week, while complaining that there are no jobs out there, while wearing their Green Lantern t-shirts, that mom washed for them the night before and changed their bed sheets because they are too busy spending 90 hours a week playing Fortnite and blowing their allowance on another Comic book movie and texting all day long because they don't know how to socialize in real life.
briannaxrice

Con

Yes, but not all MIllennials are brain-dead losers. Some may be, but sometimes its just a way to get past issues in life.
Debate Round No. 2
FanboyMctroll

Pro

I have 35 reasons here why millennials suck

https://www.lovepanky.com...

And you might find yourself thinking that you are an exception to that rule, because you work full time, but the matter is you still live at home in moms basement, you still wear the Green Arrow pj's and you spend 30 hours a week on fortnite and your Ipad and you are never going to buy a home, why when you can mooch off mom
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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by tanner_1230 3 years ago
tanner_1230
I think Pro is being a little bit unfair towards millenials. Firstly, lets make a distinction. Millennials are the generation born between the years 1981 - 2001 (broadest definition). Everything after that is Generation Z. The mass generalization without psychological studies will make him lose this debate. Also you could write off a lot of his claims for being human problems not just specifically millennials.
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