-These days, the media loves
to accuse millennials of ruining things, like manners,
the beer industry, marmalade. [ Laughter ] And the latest thing they’ve
been accused of ruining is the housing market. Reports suggest that millennials
prefer to rent rather than buy, causing home values to decrease. Here to comment
are two millennials. [ Cheers and applause ] -Thanks for letting us
come out here and set the record straight,
Seth. We millennials are sick
and tired of being blamed for everything that’s gone wrong
in the world today. -I can’t even. [ Laughter ] -So wait.
You two are millennials? -Yas, Queen. [ Laughter and applause ]
I mean, look at us, okay? These Gen-X’ers are saying that we’re keeping
their property values down. And we’re not gonna stand by
and let them do that. You know, I don’t want to buy
a stuffy old house. We’re not the bad guys here just because
we’d rather rent an apartment in WeHo or SoHo or FloJo. [ Laughter ] #ThrowbackThursday. -I can’t even.
-Damn. [ Laughter ]
Damn, Daniel. [ Laughter ] -You know, I kind of understand
the point you’re trying to make, but there’s one major flaw
in your argument. -And what’s that? -You are both definitely
not millennials. -Wow! Wow! Oh, Seth, you’re being
totally basic. -I can’t even.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] Yeah. Sorry not sorry. -And I feel like you just
googled words millennials say. -No, we didn’t, Seth. You are so ratcheted. [ Laughter ] We are totally on fleeks. -I can’t even. -Clap back emoji. -You are both in your 40s. If not your 50s. -Okay.
[ Laughter ] That’s not true. Boy, bye. Congratulations.
You played yourself. [ Laughter ] -Like, the words you’re saying aren’t even connecting
in the sentence. [ Laughter ] -Whatevs. -You guys are embar–
You’re embarrassing — You’re embarrassing yourselves. -Alright. Fine. We’re not millennials. -Yeah. We know. Why are you two out here
acting like this? -Because, Seth, we’re tired. We’re tired of having
so many responsibilities — our mortgages, our car payments,
our kids, our retirement funds. Plus, I’m trying to
sell my house and I can’t because these
stupid millennials keep renting! [ Laughter ] -I can’t even.
[ Laughter ] -No one can! No one can even, Seth! -Guys, millennials are like 35. They have responsibilities, too. -You didn’t even think
we could pass for 35? [ Laughter ] Oh, forget it. Come on. Come on, Bryan, let’s go to the
Home Depot and look at grills. -I can’t even.
-Why not? -I have to go pick up
my daughter from soccer. -Oh, alright. Okay. Well, let’s go.
-Alright. Give it up —
-[ Grunting ] -Give it up for two guys who are
definitely not millennials.