Ellen millennial challenge
Ellen quizzes millennials on old-school slang
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Can this teenager use a rotary phone?
I’m sure there’s someone here called Marley. What happened to Marley Flandro? Okay, that’s it. [APPLAUSE] Nice day, Marley. What are you doing today? [SOUND] [MUSIC] [SOUND] [SOUND] [SOUND] [ Come on over here. So, Marley, how old are you? —Yes, how old are you? I am seventeen years old. I am seventeen years old. And what do you do for a living? I am a senior at San Francisco State University, and the rest of the crowd notices that as well. What exactly is it? It’s a phone, of course. It’s a phone, after all. However, you must turn the dial. You do, in fact, invest the dial. Yes, I agree. That’s all right. That’s great. That’s all right. OK, here’s your challenge. Okay, that’s it. I’m going to start the timer right now. [SOUND] [MUSIC] [SOUND] [SOUND] [SOUND] [ No, no, no. No, it’s not true. No, no, no. [SOUND] [MUSIC] [SOUND] [SOUND] [SOUND] [ No, no, and no. It’s all right. Golden Muffler is a form of muffler. Golden Muffler is a form of muffler. Golden Muffler is a type of muffler. Is that a transportation service? Is it a transportation service? Yes, indeed. [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [ Car, car, car, car, car, car, car, car, car, car, car, car There is no such thing as insurance. What are you looking under? [LAUGHTER] Golden Muffler is a type of muffler. I’m in need of a car service. I’m now in the B’s. I guess I didn’t realize it was a car part? [LAUGHTER] No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no Look in the muffler section. Okay, that’s it. Oh, my gosh! [LAUGHTER] I can’t seem to locate it! M. Okay, that’s it. It’s all right. Well, OK, OK, but I’m going to have to spin. Okay, that’s it. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no That’s all right! I’ll need to switch it to number eight. Then there’s the number one. Oh, my gosh! [SCREAMS] [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [ 8 1 1 8 (there are a lot of 8s in this number) 8 8 4 5 0 What’s up? [DIAL TONE] [DIAL TONE] [DIAL TONE] [ [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] [ My parents are most likely
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Dear millennials: it gets better
Millennials have grown up in a world where clarity has been shattered. Politics can be a depressing nightmare. Under their feet, the world is deteriorating. The adults who have been guiding them through school have no answers about how to deal with the challenges of today’s world. Meanwhile, simple ways of addiction, such as drugs and the internet, tempt us. Coming of age is a difficult time. Along with all of this, many children have grown up with time-crunched parents who are generous with their advice. It’s easy to get disoriented and disconnected. Those of us in the helping and healing professions play a crucial role in assisting them in acquiring a better sense of self and the opportunity to find guidance from within.