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Choosing their bank balances over FOMO is causing some to call Millennials “the greatest generation—of couch potatoes.” The New York Post recently wrote about young people’s current preferences for Netflix and Seamless over a night at the bar, citing their cost-consciousness, moderate drinking habits, and exhaustion as reasons for their homebody ways.

Jun 14 2016

Choosing their bank balances over FOMO is causing some to call Millennials “the greatest generation—of couch potatoes.” The New York Post recently wrote about young people’s current preferences for Netflix and Seamless over a night at the bar, citing their cost-consciousness, moderate drinking habits, and exhaustion as reasons for their homebody ways. But Vice says they have actually “cracked the code” as the “the first generation ever to admit that going out actually sucks.” They commend twentysomethings for skipping the days of wanton, wild youth altogether for the luxury of wearing comfy clothes, having food delivered, and going to bed whatever time they want. (We looked at the reasons Millennials prefer to stay in ourselves this May…) (VICE