They're blaming millennials for killing many everyday items we've seemingly been using forever. Items like the doorbell, alarm clocks, calculators, GPS devices, and paper maps. I ask are millennials to blame for this, or is technology? My iPhone takes care of my need for an alarm clock, GPS device, and other maps. I wonder if I still even have an old school alarm clock in my place. I'll check that out later and report back to you. With doorbells, you don't need to ring it if you have warned your friend that you'll be arriving within 10 minutes. Friends should be able to prepare themselves with that amount of notice these days. As far as eliminating paper napkins and instead using paper towels, I'm 100% guilty of that. Why use two different things when they both do the same job, with paper towels working even better? We heart efficiency! Bar soap is also something that I only keep around when my parents visit.
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