Thank you for the honest answer. Sometimes I get appalled being a bit younger and seeing these kinds of attitudes. I'm just like how? I'm supposed to look up to this group?
Yeah, you just gotta keep perspective, it might seem at times like it is all of them, or a lot of them... . but is not everyone really and they're not like that all the time either.Another example is responsibility, you know, when you were a teen, underage or just 20... you're told all the time by adults and older people to be responsible and a grown up?And then you become older yourself, and you see a lot of these adults being quite irresponsible and immature... and what is it that you hear first from them? " I am an adult, I can do what I want "" lmao... Adults can also feel entitled to be immature and irresponsible, they just don't see it that way right away.But again, is a matter of perpective, there will be some out there you could still look up to, or just dont... be yourself and try your best.
I appreciate the advice I'll try to remember that :)
Definitely more women, but I've had a few snarky males here and there
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Thank you for honestly answering this question
Thank you for your answer I'll try to remember that
I can see that, can you speak on the ones that are rude to regular people?
From all the age ranges i have interacted with I have come to this conclusion. Don't get me wrong it's not all of those people, but the majority.
I do find boomers have an expectation of respect and gimme gimme. Ironically their parents, the greatest generation who went through WW2 have pretty progressive views. Gay? No prob. Free healthcare? If you can for us in.
They do and I don't understand how adults can act this way.
You guys are cool xD
Gen X ftw 😝
Haha gen x is usually pretty badass
From the majority I've had the displeasure of speaking with, they have been the rudest group I've had to deal with. Whether I'm the customer or whether it's at the store just in line. Even when I'm going out of my way trying to help when I don't need to at work.
In that case i think its just because the huge majority of customers are from these age groups and than there is your "confirmation bias", a psychological phenomen where you will notice anything much more, that does confirm your believe or opinions.
I'm saying from different times and as different roles, so you still haven't really answered me.