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Bristol Palin So Sad About All Those Lazy Millennials, Wishes They Were Awesome Like Her

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Would you like to know what Bristol Palin, who makes a living (?) occasionally dancing as a gorilla, thinks about hard work? Like for instance the hard work that went into the following blogpost (no need to click through; this is it in its entirety!)?

“Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth.” Proverbs 10:4

I came across this Scripture and wanted to pass it along. I love it because it reminds me of my parents and the work ethic they instilled in all of us kids. If you want something, you go out and work for it.

No one owes you anything, and I’m embarrassed to be in a generation that doesn’t have that mindset.

Honest, hard work, is the only way to do it right. Don’t rely on anyone to provide for you.

The world doesn’t owe you anything!

Also, to be fair, she did choose and upload a picture. (Still no need to click through, it is a picture of hard hats.)

How lazy is Bristol Palin? She is so lazy she does not even bother to find out that we don’t knock Millennials for being lazy. We knock them for many many other things entirely!

For instance: Millennials are spoiled and entitled and whiny and wear hats with animal ears on them like they are four years old or Max in Where the Wild Things Are, when they are not Max in Where the Wild Things Are! Also, they think they are the boss of all their bosses, when they are NOT the boss of all their bosses, and they will yell and scream at their bosses and call them idiots! You can offer them a job and they are like, hmmmmm, only if you tell me constantly I am the greatest and also never try to boss me, and if you tell me a criticism I will quit. (THEY TOTALLY DO THAT.) Also, they will only accept a job if they do not have to wear pants. Why do you think so many end up as bloggers?

But not really that lazy. Except for maybe one or two we could name, who rhyme with “Pistol Jailin.”

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