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Urban Dictionary Name Trend Is Turning Millennials Into Boomers

Urban Dictionary Name Trend Is Turning Millennials Into Boomers
From believing the “we'll plant one tree for every pet picture” trend to sharing Urban Dictionary name screenshots, millennials are turning full boomer.

Culture From pet photos for trees to Urban Dictionary name screenshots, millennials are turning full boomer.Millennials are now flooding Instagram with screenshots of what their name “means” on Urban Dictionary — an arbirtary slang definiton site that famously lets users define things whatever way they please — like it’s the 2000s again.Why are people posting their name’s urban dictionary definitions did I wake up in 2011 — raina (@quakerraina) November 23, 2021 Thanks to Instagram’s new ‘Add Yours’ sticker feature, 2000s-style content chains are being shared en masse via stories.i don’t know who needs to hear this but nobody is reading a full page screenshot of what your name means in urban dictionary — ︎joe (@jxeker) November 23, 2021 Thankfully, the Urban Dictionary trend doesn’t hurt anyone and honestly just has the same energy as people sharing their Spotify Wrapped results each year.

People are sharing Urban Dictionary name definitions on Instagram.But as always, at the end of the day if sharing long screenshots of how Urban Dictionary “defines” your name brings you joy, then have at it.

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