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Gen Z uses the term Cheugy to ridicule the tastes of millennials

Generation Z (people born between 1997 and 2001) use the term Cheugy to ridicule the tastes of millennials (people born between 1980 and 1996). In a video that the newspaper Le Devoir posted on Instagram, we can learn more about this new qualifier. If you wear UGG boots, you love rosé wine and energy drinks, you recognize yourself in the Friends or The Office series, you love Starbucks pumpkin latte, Gucci belts, French bulldogs, decorative items with inspiring phrases, the social network Pinterest… according to generation Z you are a Cheugy. To find out more, you can read Article of duty.

 

 

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