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    1. Complaining about how something is “the epitome of self-indulgent white millennial hipsterdom” is the epitome of self-indulgent white millennial hipsterdom. We should complain on Twitter about it and spiral down our navels.

      1. Correction: the epitome of self-indulgent white millennial hipsterdom is tweeting about going to brunch.

        I know on some level Freddie wants to agree with me.

  1. Yeah I find it rather pathetic that people have such strong feelings about this. If you like brunch, eat brunch. If you don’t like brunch, don’t eat brunch. If seeing or thinking about brunch for some reason upsets you, that’s an indication that you should probably examine your privilege and maybe go do some volunteer work and think about something other than a goddamned meal and why what other people eat bothers you so much.

  2. KERMIT FROG

    THIS MEME IS TURNING A FRIENDLY AND BELOVED CHILDREN’S CHARACTER INTO A PASSIVE-AGRESSIVE ASSHOLE

    BUT THAT’S NONE OF MY BUSINESS

  3. Who doesn’t like brunch? And why is something like brunch even being debated?

    Isn’t it obvious? It’s just the next level of SWPL status preening. Brunch was originally a SWPL thing, but now too many of The Wrong Kind of White People partake.

  4. I think people are over-invested in this. It’s not possible that they are being ironic since they don’t know what “ironic” means. Is this a millennial thing?

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