A lot of what I’m going to say about 20-something year olds might be coloured because of the ridiculous generation gap between myself and them.
And this often leads to hilarious interactions when I work with them in a team :
In one instance, when a classmate’s boyfriend showed up to pick her up, I told her that her “BAE” is here. She told me to stop using that term because it’s very mushy and she feels like vomiting when hearing that term. In response to that, much to her irritation, the other Gen-Ys in the team started using the term Bae to describe her boyfriend.
[ Much later, I found out that BAE is not a Korean term but an acronym “Before Anyone Else” ]
a) Gen-Y lower division are the best performers in the cohort.
Academically the Gen-Y lower division folks gets the best academic results because they …