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Millennials are asking...

Are you thinking of buying a car?

49966 votes
27% 73%
Art, Design & Photography

What do you think about this building plan picture?

30 votes
74% 26%
Art, Design & Photography

I'm just a low maintenance down to earth kind of girl.

29 votes
86% 14%
Life & Lifestyle

Palestine now

30 votes
21% 79%
Religion & Philosophy

Is today a good day for you?

38 votes
79% 21%
Life & Lifestyle

......................seriously?

19 votes
44% 56%
World Events & Politics

Palestine now 1400 child's and women killed

27 votes
30% 70%
Religion & Philosophy

Anyone know how to get a free room at a casino?

40 votes
45% 55%
Places & Travel

How would you some up life in one sentence?

38 votes
77% 23%
Life & Lifestyle

What do you think of my pastel drawing?

44 votes
67% 33%
Art, Design & Photography

Rate

11 votes
60% 40%
Life & Lifestyle

What did u learn recently?

40 votes
60% 40%
Education & Career

Lounging around on a Friday morning with the family.

83 votes
94% 6%
Parenting & Family

Israel attack on GAZA !!

56 votes
20% 80%
World Events & Politics

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: “I hope to be a good person that can change the world for the better. I want to be an artist and an author and a musician in my free time, and be a veterinarian as my profession.” —Female, 15, WA

Xers and Boomers may look down upon the growing subset of Millennials moving back in with mom and dad, but instead of feeling bad for themselves, these kids are making it work. A closer look at their post-grad lives is being explored in Boomerang Kids—a photojournalist series inspired by one Millennial’s experience of moving back home after draining resources as a photography assistant. The juxtaposition of reaching towards adulthood while still living in their childhood rooms paints a fuller picture of how many are living day-to-day. (Fast Company

Wendy’s may be tainting the comeback of one of their most popular items—the pretzel bun—in a #PretzelLoveSongs commercial being called out for “lazy parodying.” Those who feel nostalgic for the ‘90s hit song “To Be With You” are cringing over the Wendy’s commercial remake, and voicing their extreme distaste on Twitter. Be careful playing with Millennials’ nostalgia, because not taking it seriously could land a brand in hot water. (Uproxx)

How can we make kids exercise more? Since dragging them away from their screens is more difficult than ever, Wokamon is a new app from China that is making kids bring their devices outside and take a walk in order to feed their virtual pets. The cute aliens feed on energy, and the app’s pedometer technology measures steps, distance, and calories that add up to advance pets to new levels and unlock characters. Though targeted to kids, teens and adults can benefit from the app’s fun approach to fitness and sync it with other wearable trackers. (Springwise)

One mom’s open letter to Lands’ End asking why there have been cool science shirts designed for boys but not for girls has quickly gained momentum online with other parents this month, and pushed the brand to launch an entirely new line of science-themed tees for girls who love NASA, sharks, and the like. The brand has been accused of gender stereotyping in the past, and is addressing the posts on its Facebook page directly by rolling out new science-themed styles for girls this fall. (Huffington Post)

Digital versus unplugged is the wedding debate of late, and the line between too tech-centric and being completely disconnected is one that brides and grooms are finding difficult to straddle. Social media is increasingly being used to create wedding albums via couple-specific hashtags, but some couples are so turned off by the near constant focus on camera phones during a wedding that they are enforcing device-free ceremonies. (NYT)

Quote of the Day: "A benefit of unplugging is getting a more personal view of the world back. (Social media tends to distort your perception to bend to what others are thinking/feeling/saying/doing.)” —Female, 25, MN

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