Instead, Millennials invented something called “enlightentertainment,” booze-free happy hours that serve tea instead of whiskey, where people consciously connect instead of hook up. “There’s nothing wrong with drinking. But people are looking to evolve. They’re looking to wake up,” said Katie Tallarico, 33, a Brooklyn psychotherapist
Generation X had the luxury of being rebel slackers, but Millennials have to be total squares
Stephanie Buck

Ummm… we did that in the late 1980s. Why do you think this is a new phenomena?

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