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Millennials Already Know How to Get Richer

Don’t follow what our boomer parents did.

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Boomers laugh at millennials for eating avocado on toast.

It’s not that funny. I mean avocado is bloody healthy. And actually, most millennials like me don’t go to cafes and eat bottomless plates of avocado on toast. Cafes don’t have all-you-can-eat buffet options like Sizzler did, you know.

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