There's nothing that gets the people going like a good, passionate argument about which generation is best. Sophie Vershbow, a writer with bylines in the New York Times and Vogue, jotted down a thought-provoking generational observation that became an internet-inflaming tweet for our generation:
"There's an important micro-generation of millennials born between 1987-1992 who both grew up with and without internet," she wrote, "and finished high school right as the social media wave crested."
As a 1990 millennial myself, I love the tweet. Like all millennials, I would like to distinguish myself from the rest of the millennials, even though I am the very police-artist-sketch of the average millennial. This tweet makes me feel great.