This book is a perfect gift for any millennial or millennial hater in your life. Combining beautiful photographs with self-deprecating satire, Millennials of New York provides a hilarious and original look into the lives of young adults in New York City. It makes a wonderful coffee table book, but be warned, it will be read cover to cover every time!
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For fans of both the irreverent Stuff White People Like and the lauded Humans of New York comes the perfect send-up: Millennials of New York, a hilarious satire of the millennial generation, from the creators of the viral Facebook sensation and senior writers at Elite Daily.
Discover the voice of a generation—self- and selfie-absorbed as it may be—in Millennials of New York. With over two hundred pictures, lists, graphs, and charts, authors Connor Toole and Alec Macdonald brilliantly parody this generation with their smart and witty captures of young people from all over New York. Covering everything from how hard it is to wait for a brunch table to the intricacies of Netflix-and-chill, from what constitutes the perfect selfie to how to ask your parents for rent money, Millennials of New York is the ideal gift for millennials and the people who love them—even if they don’t quite understand them.
About the Author
Connor Toole is a writer and comedian living in Brooklyn. He attended Boston College, where he performed sketch and improv comedy before graduating in 2013 with degrees in Political Science and Communication. He wrote for the sports website Barstool Sports and founded the comedy website The Crispest Attic before joining Elite Daily as its senior humor writer.
Alec MacDonald is a writer and comedian living and working in New York City as a humor writer for Elite Daily. Alec received his bachelor’s degree from Vassar College, where he studied fiction and essay writing, before going on to receive his MFA in Fiction from Sarah Lawrence College in 2014. Before being hired at Elite Daily he worked for BBC America.