Okay, boomer.

It's amazing how those two seemingly innocuous words have caused a ripple of anger, disgust and frustration across the globe.

These two words have been adopted by Generation Z (people born in the late 90s and younger) and millennials (people born between 1980 and the mid-90s) as a way to mock older people when they express views perceived as close-minded, out of touch, or old-fashioned.

It's an umbrella term for anyone exhibiting the kind of behaviour young people associate with old fogeys - the people who can't keep up with the times and bury their heads in the

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