“You what’s the problem of your generation?”
He looked at his boss with as polite cold eyes he could, as he slowly stirred the his black coffee – something he needed desperately after a sleepless night. The presentation was in about an hour, and he wasn’t in for a generation-gap lecture before it.
“You live in the world of tinder and LinkedIn. You have option Z ready even before you completely explore your option A.
Be it a relationship or a job, you start with an attitude that this doesn’t suit me, this won’t work, and I need to have my backup ready. Oh boy, you swipe right too often before exploring all the matches.
I mean, you should experiment, but what if you think, I’ll make this thing work from the beginning? Won’t it be a different experience?”
He calmly sipped his coffee with a smile, as boss walked over to the jukebox and tuned in a song.
A fall has gasped the nerve of the spring generation, as ‘Aint no sunshine when shes gone’ played suggestively.