Millennials are burying their parents with the participation trophies they didn’t ask for

As baby boomers begin passing away in greater numbers, millennials are opting to bury their parents with the slew of unwanted participation trophies mom and dad gave them.

“I dumped fourteen trophies on my mom during the funeral,” thirty-six year old Meghan Ruiz stated. “It’s a smart way to recycle while also telling the dearly departed, ‘Thanks for playing the game of life! You certainly didn’t win, Sharon, but here’s a fucking trophy.'”

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