I love all the patronizing Credit Karma commercials where millennials get off on checking their credit score like they’re spanking one out on PornHub.
Credit Karma couldn’t think less of Millennials. They think millenials are stupid, lazy and ungrateful.
Here’s my favorite commercial of theirs:
What I love about this are the fine details you may have missed. This millennial lives in a gorgeous house, and wants for not:
- The millennial is annoyed her mom was nice enough to make her a smoothie. She’s too busy reading her book in her lounge chair on the patio and can’t be bothered.
- The millennial is engaged in some yoga, but annoyed her mom has the nerve to vacuum the house in the middle of her yoga session.
- The millennial is clearly upset that she can’t get any sleep in the middle of the day because her mom, in addition to doing everything around the house, is killing it on a full drum set.
Basically, this mom (like most moms) rocks.
The millennial is an unapologetic, spoiled piece of shit.
But yeah… I guess you gotta get that credit score up if you want to move out of that hell and rent.
Of course, you don’t need a credit score at all to rent. You don’t even necessarily need one to buy a car.
Not only does Credit Karma go out of the way to show millennials are a bunch of lazy ingrates, they also think they’re stupid. The reason for this is that Federal law allows you to get a free copy of your credit score once a year. The only place to do that is AnnualCreditReport.com. Every other site is a paid service.