You probably know that the older generation around today are called “boomers” – though it’s important to note they’re far from the oldest generations around. Depending on your definition, there are still many from The Silent Generation, a few from The Greatest Generation, and even a handful from The Interbellum Generation, which started at the turn of the 20th century.

“Boomer” is short for “Baby Boomer,” a term first coined in 1963 by the Salt Lake Tribune. It refers to the folks born just after World War II, when soldiers returning home en masse and a renewed sense of hope led to an enormous “boom” in U.S. births.

But that’s what academics think of baby boomers. What does…say…Twitter think?

10. Being extra

Yeah that’s called having money.

9. Good jokes

Thanks, the cashier definitely hasn’t heard that a billion times today.

8. Line skipping

Yeah but all of you are YOU, and I’m ME. See the difference?

7. The Chipootles

I don’t care how you pronounce it, it’s delicious.

6. The audacity

But my EYES saw a thing and now they want that thing!

5. An air of exclusivity

I wash my hands of all of it.

4. The unfair game

Bonus points if you actually call the waiter over to complain about this, as though there’s something they can do about it.

3. Bad entrances

“Meh, that’s for other people.”

2. The contradictions

Very weird to want more for your kids, but not to want your kids to know anything you didn’t.

1. The saltiness

Welp, today I learned I’m a boomer.

But yanno, don’t take any of those jabs too seriously, boomers. After all, it’s just Twitter. And that place is a mess.

What would you add to this list?

Tell us in the comments.