Saturday, 16 June 2007

Spoilt generation

This is why the Financial Times should be a mandatory read in all schools.

In an editorial published on 6 June 2007, an imaginary "Junior" wrote a letter to his parents complaining about how difficult is to make our own way in this world.

Today, a tongue-in-cheek reader has replied to Junior with this brilliant response:

And another:

Bloody right.
We (age 20-35) have been spoilt like no other generation in history. Our parents gave us anything we asked them for. And now that some young people have to make their own way, they complain and sulk.
Stop moaning like a little brat.
Read the FT and The Economist often.
Work hard, try harder.

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