Hasbro Got Us Triggered AF In Monopoly For Millennials

November 15, 2018 by cassn

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"Forget real estate. You can't afford it anyway." That's the tagline for the latest Monopoly theme that is set to be more popular than gluten-free sourdough at a vegan arts festival.

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In Monopoly for Millenials players no longer try to earn money to buy property. Instead, players earn 'experiences' by attending music festivals, eating at chic bistros and couchsurfing. The player with the most experience points at the end of the game is the winner!

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Player pieces include a camera, sunglasses and a hashtag - you know, everything a millennial needs to survive. The game is retailing for $19.82, which would be a hilarious jab at the birth year of the oldest millennials if the actual birth year wasn't 1981.

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As I sit here drinking my soy-foam non-fat half-caf pumpkin spice latte, I find myself personally offended by this blatant attack on my cultural identity. I mean, we are millennials. We brought avocado back, we discovered quinoa...lols, I couldn't care less #BringOnTheExistentialCrisis

Monopoly for Millenials is currently on sale at local stores in the United States, and will hopefully arrive at European stores soon. You know, on its gap year.

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"As I sit here drinking my soy-foam non-fat half-caf pumpkin spice latte, I find myself personally offended!"

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