'Boomerspeak' Is Now Available for Your Parodying Pleasure
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In 2019, young people learned how to talk like boomers. It showed up in tweets ("why do boomers all have such a strange relationship with capitalization and punctuation"), on Reddit ("On my first ever Facebook post to a friend's wall, I signed my name like some kind of boomer"), and people who type "ok boomer" as "O.K., Boomer."