OK, Boomer: Using a Landline, Going to the Post Office, and Other Outdated Things You Don't Need Anymore (Hardcover)
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A book of classic, hilarious “OK, Boomer”-isms, a perfect gift for the Baby Boomers we all know and love.
Going to the bank. Leaving voicemails. Making Jell-O molds. Using encyclopedias. Wallpapering bathrooms. There are dozens of ridiculously antiquated items, activities, and phrases that Baby Boomers love—and don’t realize have been outdated for more than a decade.
And for some reason, no matter how hard Millennials and Gen Zers try to bring Boomers into the 21st century, they still don’t seem to get it. They just can’t let go of eating meatloaf, going on cruises, or buying fuzzy toilet seat covers. So rather than try to explain something to the Baby Boomers in your life, it might be time to just say, “OK, Boomer.”
Containing more than fifty of the most common, cliched, and cringe-worthy Boomer-isms, OK, Boomer is a perfect gift for any exasperated Millennial or any Boomer willing to poke fun at themselves.
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