11. Don’t follow directions
When applying for jobs, go to the place you’re applying to and [make yourself a constant, present, nuisance].
Nobody likes that shit.
— LadyPolitik (@Ladypolitik) November 9, 2019
12. Student loans “help”
“take on student loans because they’re “good” debt” https://t.co/TDoQUQPcgs
— Elizabeth May (@_ElizabethMay) November 9, 2019
13. Turn the things you love into a burden
I used to think it was so smart but:
“Get a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Absolute nonsense. https://t.co/d4IFui2Jgt
— Canipa (@CanipaShow) November 9, 2019
14. Mental health is fake
“you don’t need antidepressants just don’t be depressed” https://t.co/HZsh1CGeHg
— CEO of magical girls✨Agniya (@tomatomagica) November 10, 2019
15. You should pay for something that’s supposed to be free
Public colleges used to be free. That was their original mission. Both my MIL and FIL received their college degrees for free.
— MimZWay (@MimZWay) November 9, 2019
16. Your employers are your family (they’re not)
#boomeradvice if you show you’re willing to work harder, they will show that they are willing to pay you more.
— Gavri’el HaCohen (@Nice_Jewish_Boi) November 9, 2019
17. Buy a house
That my husband(27) and I(24) were too young to buy a house because we werent sure if we would live in that house forever…. Boomers are still on that “buy a house and die in that house” shit.
— Danielle”Sorry to this man” Montague (@_DaniMontague) November 9, 2019
18. Grad school is a great investment!
“Of course you can go to grad school! It’s only 4500 a year, which you can easily make working minimum wage over a summer!” #BoomerAdvice
— (((Thom Noland))) (@ThomNoland) November 9, 2019
19. But kids are not
“You’re too attached to your kid. You should put him in daycare and go back to work.”
Dude, he was 2 years old. There are many reasons to go back to work, but being “too attached” to a toddler isn’t one of them. https://t.co/zkQaAa1Ex6
— Amanda Jette Knox (@MavenOfMayhem) November 10, 2019
20. The mailroom is a direct line to the executive suite
Told my step dad I wanted to make comics. He said I needed to start at the mail room of the comic book factory and work my way up. https://t.co/wJzxxZJhxO
— Michael J Patrick (@EmJayPatrick) November 9, 2019