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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_X
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_Y
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_Z

Which of these birth generations do you belong to or, since the cutoff dates are debated, identify with the most?

Since I was born in 1994, I feel like I fit better in Generation Y, especially given that whole "Trophy Kids" thing from the wikipedia page. I've definitely noticed friends and myself acting like that. I do feel like I'm right at the cutoff of Generation Z, though. I can barely remember a time without the Internet or a computer, although seeing kids today and comparing them to my own early childhood, I think that they're significantly more dependent on modern technology.

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I was born in 1992 and always thought I was Y, but apparently the rest of the nation looks at us as Generation Z. They just group us together since we're just now entering college and I guess our lives don't matter until then.
 

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Born in 1996, and skimming over them i think i identify more with Y than Z.
id have to read into it more, but i dont have time now.
 

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I'd hope we're all gen y (I am) or z...if you are gen x (born 1970's(old mahfuckas) and on ktt life failed you somewhere
 

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I'd hope we're all gen y (I am) or z...if you are gen x (born 1970's(old mahfuckas) and on ktt life failed you somewhere
I think I remember reading somewhere that there was someone on here in his mid 40s, but I might be wrong. I just put that there just in case.
 

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I was born in 1992 and always thought I was Y, but apparently the rest of the nation looks at us as Generation Z. They just group us together since we're just now entering college and I guess our lives don't matter until then.
Tbh. Reading up on shit about the social security crisis is a frightening thing, especially since I'm about to be in college in the fall.
 
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