Is it too utopian to think that everything about life should be celebrated? The old generation would probably say yes. Millennials, on the other hand, would vehemently say no.
This wouldn’t be the case if it weren’t for the previous generation working indefatigably to make sure you live a life of comfort and convenience, if not always luxury.
You might have felt that your parents are a bit thrifty when it comes to spending on a party, but perhaps you wouldn’t mind shelling out some extra money to buy, eat and/or drink something of your choice.
Earlier, people celebrated only on festivals and special occasions, but now, you don’t need a reason to party, do you?
This change in mindset has unleashed the true blue party animal within millennials. With resources at their disposal, they don’t leave any stone unturned to feel alive every moment of their life.
From grooving to trending songs, to hanging out till late, to drinking their hearts out and to making memories, they have given the very idea of celebrating a life of its own.
Here’s how the millennial party culture has transformed with time.
Now, it deems to fit to say millennial party culture is less about letting your hair down and more about lifting your spirits up.
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