Now hear this, fellow Millennials! Our time has come. Man the Snapchats, fill the coffee shops, and turn your sense of entitlement up to max setting. It's world domination time.
Today, the Pew Research Center released new data showing that our much-maligned generation is now the most populous. This comes one year after Millennials became the dominant generation in the workforce, and two years after the Tame Impala album, Lonerism, which is like totally the most important album of the decade so far.
By Pew's estimates, there are now 75 million Millennials crawling around, going to their open-air artisanal cheese markets and taking selfies in front of graffiti while they ignore their parents' phone calls.
In seriousness, this news does have several implications for those analyzing these data. This trend will, naturally, continue during the upcoming decades, and in its wake major changes in the political and economic landscapes are expected to follow.
Hopefully, this could be the opportunity to finally quell all the annoying and unfounded criticisms this majority generation constantly gets reamed with.