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Millennials are asking...

Waiting and waiting .. And nothing from her !!

30 votes
40% 60%
Relationships

Have you been at the Tour de France?

46 votes
21% 79%
Places & Travel

Do you like this view ?

30 votes
79% 21%
Places & Travel

Lolo?

26 votes
14% 86%
Pets & Animals

Toppings? Or plain? Favorite topping?

30 votes
77% 23%
Food & Drink

Are you a hard nut to crack ?

15 votes
62% 38%
Relationships

Run baby run

9 votes
100% 0%
Relationships

1984... TU or TD?

40 votes
46% 54%
Books & Literature

How many liters of water you drink per day

30 votes
68% 32%
Food & Drink

The best see tourist in the USA is...?

56 votes
47% 53%
Places & Travel

Should these turds be freed ?

42 votes
44% 56%
Life & Lifestyle

Will you adopt a Dude !

36 votes
26% 74%
Life & Lifestyle

What's your favorite ice cream flavor?

38 votes
89% 11%
Food & Drink

Want to dance with me?

43 votes
68% 32%
Relationships

Cn any 1 recomend audio setup for suv

33 votes
13% 87%
Cars, Boats & Cycles

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: “My dream for the future is to become an entrepreneur so I can become my own boss. I also want to become successful to help other people who are in need.” – Female, 23, CA

Seven years after the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHarry Potter is the best-selling book series in history; but it also shaped a generation of children who read it. Millennials—known for their technology reliance—fell in love with these books “about love conquering hate,” waited for their release, grew up with the characters, and found within the books a unifying culture that has lasted far beyond the publishing of the last book. As we’ve said previously, the optimistic story about a unique, special boy destined for great things resonated with Millennials in a time when they too believed they were special and had great expectations for their futures. (BoingBoing)

Millennials are not rushing to tee off, and golf is “suffering from a generation gap.” Over the last five years, participation in the sport has fallen steadily, and the participation rates of 18-34-year-olds dropped 13% from 2009 to 2013, while their rates in other sports has risen significantly. The slow rate of games, the expense, and likely the pretense surrounding golf, could all be contributing to the gap. (WSJ)

An anonymous, adult, toy reviewer is one of YouTube’s biggest stars. DisneyCollectorBR posts videos of toy “unboxings,” watched by millions. Her most watched video is an unwrapping of “egg surprise” trinkets to show what is inside—it has over 90 million views. Apparently, the simple videos of a toy being opened and played with by adult hands are “entrancing” kids, who watch one after another. There is close to no information about the person behind the account online. (BuzzFeed)

Millennial parents continue to be given tools that facilitate their kids’ hyper-monitered childhoods. MamaBear is an “all-in-one worry-free” parenting/monitoring app that recently raised $1.4 million. Through the app, parents can be alerted to where children are, what they’re saying on social media, what photos they’re being tagged in, and even monitors when teen users are speeding. (TechCrunch)

The obesity epidemic has been blamed on many things, from fast food to technology replacing outside play. But one result of the health problem could also be making it tough to conquer: a lot of children who are obese or overweight don’t know it. A recent study found that 76% of kids ages 8-15 who are designated by the CDC as overweight thought they were “about right.” Boys and children from poorer families were more likely to “misperceive” their weight. (NPR)

Quote of the Day: “I unplugged from Facebook and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. It is such a time suck. I have other online sites that I can browse to relieve stress or take a break from work without having to see what some random kid in high school is eating for breakfast.” —Female, 23, PA

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