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Democratic Youth Council shows why we dislike millennials

“One of the ground rules that I do in a lot of my trainings, maybe you all have heard this before. I love it, but it is ‘don’t yuck my yum,'” she said “For some of us, there are some things that are very yummy and it hurts when people ‘yuck’ on us. So for example, if one issue is my core issue and it’s not yours, that’s cool, it’s my core issue, don’t yuck my yum, that’s cool.”

  • Maggat

    I hate to admit that I’m a dumb ass, but I do not understand a word of that tripe.

  • Justin St.Denis

    I won’t yuck your yum, sweetie, if you don’t yuck mine. BTW, my “core issue” is preciousness. I simply cannot bear it, and it literally makes me regurgitate. Oops! Oh look! Your shoes are covered in vomit! You yucked my yum, sweetie, albeit inadvertently. And they were such NICE shoes, too. Oh well, live and learn! Right, snookums?

    • Kaye92

      She just sounds so decidedly yucky, doesn’t she? I wonder sometimes if the human species is devolving into something … less.

      • Justin St.Denis

        I share your concern.

  • Clink9

    WTF. They sound as sharp as a cue ball.

  • Jay Currie

    “in a lot of my trainings”

    Can you imagine anything more demoralizing than being stuck in one of this dolt’s “trainings”?

  • The world needs a famine or some other catastrophe.

    • Clink9

      Sweet Meteor Of Death

      • If it landed on the Democratic convention, I could live with that.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Black Death!

      • Ah, the Bubonic plague, which we might just get back.

        • J. C.

          Bubonic plague? Or a swarm of rampaging Dindus??? 😉

      • El Martyachi


  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I’m coming to harsh your mellow, asshats!

  • J. C.

    Yuck’em all…

    • Blacksmith

      You mispelled a word there……

  • Dana Garcia

    The problem with youth is they are the receptacles of whatever leftist educational crap is in vogue at the time. It takes years for many to grow out of the programming, and some never do.

  • I’d like to step on her foot.

  • Blacksmith

    WTF? was that even English?

  • Brian Jones

    What is she? 12? Are we sure she’s actually old enough to vote or is she there on a fake ID?

    There is a weird trend I’ve noticed in the last 10-15 years where supposed adults have reverted to kindergarten speech levels. Criminals and terrorists are called “bad guys” even on the news, if someone posts a picture of their dinner the comments are more likely to say “om nom nom” than “hey, that looks delicious”, women in their 40s use ridiculous advertising slang like “ginormous” (originally coined in a Kit Kat commercial and spoken by a character who was supposed to be laughably stupid, not cool) as if they were not only real words but highly intellectual ones, and so on.

    I’d chalk it up to the free-falling of education standards in the last generation, but it comes from people older than me just as much as Millennials.