Generation that is the worst pack of wankers - Boomers, or Gen X, or Millennials?

Worst pack of wankers?

  • Baby Boomers

  • Generation X

  • Millennials


Results are only viewable after voting.

WaltzingMatilda

racist on the way to being banned
Nov 29, 2015
1,489
498
Sydney “Orstralia”
and i'm not saying no good albums have ever come out since 94, i'm saying that era was just unreal.

hard rock, heavy metal and alternative music was going off its fuckin tits.

look at the bands we had:

. guns n roses
. pantera
. metallica
. nirvana
. alice in chains
. faith no more
. sepultura
. kyuss
. slayer
. red hot chili peppers
. tool
. smashing pumpkins
. sonic youth

that's off the top of my head.

there's a whole heap of other bands that weren't as big as these ones but still with great albums nonetheless :good




two decent bands there tops
 
Reactions: Sittin Sonny

WaltzingMatilda

racist on the way to being banned
Nov 29, 2015
1,489
498
Sydney “Orstralia”
dumbest most useless generation ever spawned.

i don't think this poll result was ever in doubt.



it’s yours & my generation X that’s the worst

not one collective cause ever spiked our interest, we were the most banal, weak generation by far

Baby boomers at least saw the result of two world wars & got together for peace, riled against Vietnam etc
millennials now join together to at least want a future free of what we e contributed towards destruction & damage of our own environment
 

Medicine

YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED
Jun 4, 2013
3,829
1,559
Ambler, PA
Meh, every generation sucks at something. Gen Z gives me hope though. My kid and her peers are pretty legit. Well educated, informed. They learn from their Gen X parents mistakes and their older SJW millennial cousins being in a constant state of offense. I've got hope for them.
Have to agree... I have some Gen Z kids on my staff and the ones from 14-16 seem alright. They are intelligent, level headed and seem to have learned to not go overboard wth technology. They find the late millennial/early Gen Zs to be stupid and rediculous. My 14-16 year old staff is even more intelligent than some of my early 20s staff. The kids 19-24 dont even know how to read Roman numeral clocks.
 
Reactions: Sittin Sonny

WaltzingMatilda

racist on the way to being banned
Nov 29, 2015
1,489
498
Sydney “Orstralia”
All this survey says is that the majority of people here are Gen X & true to form & predictably so, the previous generation must denigrate the current generation, been happening since Adam was a boy

”when I was a boy”
”you think youve got it Hard”
”kids today!!!”

the sad thing, retards like Hazza are too stupid to realise & understand the fucking obvious, this little survey has just played out how it’s intended to
 

Bachafach

Antifa
Jul 2, 2019
1,572
616
24
Varaždin, Croatia
awesome gen x metal on the left.

pussy cunt millennial metal on the right.

Lol how was hair metal manly? :lol:I swear you can tell how in the closet that generation was when all their favorite artists like to dress up in womens clothing, wear makeup and have under age gang bangs.

Btw wouldnt gen x be Nirvana, Sound Garden, Tool, ect? Those guys hated hair metal.
 
Reactions: Haggis

WaltzingMatilda

racist on the way to being banned
Nov 29, 2015
1,489
498
Sydney “Orstralia”
Lol how was hair metal manly? :lol:I swear you can tell how in the closet that generation was when all their favorite artists like to dress up in womens clothing, wear makeup and have under age gang bangs.

Btw wouldnt gen x be Nirvana, Sound Garden, Tool, ect? Those guys hated hair metal.


hang on, we’re talking the New York Dolls in the 70s
 

hazza

wasted chemist
Sep 2, 2013
5,112
939
Broadbeach, QLD
Lol how was hair metal manly? :lol:I swear you can tell how in the closet that generation was when all their favorite artists like to dress up in womens clothing, wear makeup and have under age gang bangs.

Btw wouldnt gen x be Nirvana, Sound Garden, Tool, ect? Those guys hated hair metal.
heavy metal is not glam rock.

metal - megadeth, slayer, metallica
glam - poison, cinderella, warrant

google may call it hair metal but back then it was called glam rock, pussy rock, cock rock.

it is not metal and never was.

and i agree, it was fucking awful.

nirvana, soundgarden etc are the 90s, that's gen y, not gen x.

and yeah they hated glam rock as much as i did.

glam rock was for chicks, not guys.

the sad thing is, even 80s glam rock is better than the shit so called rock bands now.
 
Last edited:
Reactions: Bachafach and Deebo

NSFW

Freedom Fighter
May 14, 2013
22,418
11,097
Castle Duckula.
heavy metal is not glam rock.

metal - megadeth, slayer, metallica
glam - poison, cinderella, warrant

google may call it hair metal but back then it was called glam rock, pussy rock, cock rock.

it is not metal and never was.

and i agree, it was fucking awful.

nirvana, soundgarden etc are the 90s, that's gen y, not gen x.

and yeah they hated glam rock as much as i did.

glam rock was for chicks, not guys.

Big metal fan, but the hair was always gay as fuck. Look at the lead singer of Megadeath, big fluffy gay hair. Bloke looked an embarrassment.
 

hazza

wasted chemist
Sep 2, 2013
5,112
939
Broadbeach, QLD
Big metal fan, but the hair was always gay as fuck. Look at the lead singer of Megadeath, big fluffy gay hair. Bloke looked an embarrassment.
well the long hair wasn't just metal, and its not just 80s either.

aerosmith, ac/dc, pink floyd, queen, hell everyone had it.
 
Reactions: NSFW
May 19, 2013
17,158
6,716
I honestly don't know which Generation I fit into.

Born in 86, started 'high school' in '98, started University in '03, graduated '08.

Didn't have the internet in school, ever. Didn't have a home PC until maybe 2002. Got dial up internet around the same time. Barely used it.

Got my first mobile phone in maybe 2002 (aged 16) one that I paid for, obviously not a smart phone, not even a snazzy flip phone. Mostly used it to try get a better score in snake than my friends.

As a kid we would go out and call round to friends house, play football in various locations around the housing estates for hours on end and might drop home to get a drink of water. Alternatively we might fuck about on our bicycles. We might go home when it got dark, and if we didn't, our parents might send down an older sibling to call us in.

Going to a friend's house to play was an exceptional and odd occurrence. Friends coming to mine would be weirder, seeing as though we had fuck all to play with.

As for music, we bought CDs and listened to entire albums when you could buy them. I actually remember buying a tape when I was 10, they definitely still sold them here in Ireland.

Definitely not entitled, considering the normal , working class background I came from and definitely not attached to social media and technology like the youth of today seem to be.

I think not only comparing generations a bit difficult, but comparing countries or regions a bit difficult. For a while , Ireland was a good 15 years behind other countries. Growing up in Ireland in the 90's was prob like growing up in some part of North America in the 70's, most kids were latch key kids, and from what I could see of American kids TV during the 90's, that tradition had already started to wane in America.
 
Apr 7, 2014
4,873
1,784
I honestly don't know which Generation I fit into.

Born in 86, started 'high school' in '98, started University in '03, graduated '08.

Didn't have the internet in school, ever. Didn't have a home PC until maybe 2002. Got dial up internet around the same time. Barely used it.

Got my first mobile phone in maybe 2002 (aged 16) one that I paid for, obviously not a smart phone, not even a snazzy flip phone. Mostly used it to try get a better score in snake than my friends.

As a kid we would go out and call round to friends house, play football in various locations around the housing estates for hours on end and might drop home to get a drink of water. Alternatively we might fuck about on our bicycles. We might go home when it got dark, and if we didn't, our parents might send down an older sibling to call us in.

Going to a friend's house to play was an exceptional and odd occurrence. Friends coming to mine would be weirder, seeing as though we had fuck all to play with.

As for music, we bought CDs and listened to entire albums when you could buy them. I actually remember buying a tape when I was 10, they definitely still sold them here in Ireland.

Definitely not entitled, considering the normal , working class background I came from and definitely not attached to social media and technology like the youth of today seem to be.

I think not only comparing generations a bit difficult, but comparing countries or regions a bit difficult. For a while , Ireland was a good 15 years behind other countries. Growing up in Ireland in the 90's was prob like growing up in some part of North America in the 70's, most kids were latch key kids, and from what I could see of American kids TV during the 90's, that tradition had already started to wane in America.
In the US, all of the schools had computers with internet by the early-mid 90s and most people had them at home by the mid-late nineties.
 

Haggis

CHB World Championship People's Champion
May 16, 2013
35,255
12,366
In the US, all of the schools had computers with internet by the early-mid 90s and most people had them at home by the mid-late nineties.
Yeah what the fuck, I'm 4 years older than he is and my high school had the internet (just) when I showed up. Had dialup Internet at home in 1997 as well, and my house didn't have money or adults who were interested in computers.

:hat