Millennials Celebrate National Avocado Day by Sucking On Pits & Skins From Dumpsters

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Notably, avocado pits are the perfect choking hazard for anyone that’s tired of living with their parents.

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Struggling to make ends meet, ravenous millennials spent National Avocado Day foraging for scraps in dumpsters behind restaurants located in newly-gentrified areas of the country.

Currently avocados sell for a pricey $2.20 a piece in the US. The single-seeded fruit has a lizard-like skin texture which is extremely rough, bitter and nasty – much like the boomers who created most of the problems millennials deal with today.

Notably, avocado pits are the perfect choking hazard for anyone that’s tired of living with their parents.

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