Spoof parody begs you to sponsor a millennial so they can live the life they portray on Instagram

A parody video with a hilarious take on the millennial lifestyle has attracted millions on YouTube.

The spoof, titled “Millennial International: Sponsor a Millennial Today” hits on all of the stereotypes surrounding millennials.

And, while it’s really not fair to lump all the millennials into one category, they can thank their spoiled snowflake peers for the bad press.

“I was at church one day, and the speaker that day was, uh, was different. I just sat there with tears in my eyes, learning about this ministry that was revolutionizing the planet, and I’m talking of course of Millennial International,” the actor who narrated the video said. “The need is enormous: There are over 10 million millennials out there who have graduated with no work ethic; no job; no discernible skills at all.”

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He listed the “diseases” the sponsored millennials have such as peanut allergy and lactose intolerance and the fact that they don’t have jobs.

“I’m an aspiring photographer. I graduated college with an Art degree, so obviously, that puts me at a disadvantage,” said the actor who played Declan.

“Am I capable of having a job? Sure,” Declan said. “I just feel like maybe employment right now would be stifling my creativity.”

“If it wasn’t for the program, I’d have to get a job—or worse, start a GoFundMe,” he added.

The millennials made a plea to close the video that asked sponsors to “Help us live the lives we portray on Instagram.”

The video has garnered more than 2 million hits.

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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