What's The Worst Generational Change?

Now that you've heard that Loverman is out, you've got me as the QOTD Czar. I'm happy to do it and, for the most part, no one has seemed to mind when I've filled in before. Nevertheless, I still feel like Colin Quinn taking over from Norm Macdonald on Weekend Update. And like he said:

You know how you go to your favorite bar, and your local bartender isn't there? You ask, "Where's Jeff?" "Jeff no longer works here, I'm Steve." Then you're thinking, hey, who's this idiot? I like Jeff. But you still want your drink. And even though Steve doesn't mix your drink the same way you're used to, like Jeff, you still like the bar. You don't want to have to go to a different bar. And even Steve might feel kinda bad because Jeff trained him. Jeff showed him how to work the cash register, where the tonic was on the soda gun, who tips, who doesn't. [ pause ] Well, I'm Steve. What can I get you?


Steve's first question below the jump.

In honor of me taking over the question of the day is: what's the worst generational change? I'm kind of partial to every subsequent generation of the Ford Taurus.

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