Since being taken over (thankfully, I should add) by Townsquare Media, I have become very well acquainted with something I was not so familiar with before. Snark. Something about being a writer without an editor, or a person who is responsible for click throughs, seems to have brought out what some people consider to be humor. Those people are generally millennials -- those born roughly between 1982 and 2002 -- and in this video they apologize for turning out the way they have and, well, just being terrible in general.

As one person in the video confesses, "We're self-centered. We're entitled. We're narcissistic, lazy and immature."


Of course, they do take some not so subtle digs at the baby boomers who raised them for maybe playing a role in causing our country's problems -- you know, little things like war, a recession, the housing bubble, college costs and loss of jobs, just to name a few.

Sure, the millennials may not be ambitious, but don't ever question their passive-aggressive techniques.

I find snark to be so unattractive. What about you?