We pride ourselves on doing the best work of our life, while also having one.

Case in point: Senior Copywriter, Alexis Wilkinson, shares what’s really wrong with kids these days in her hilarious feature for The New Yorker, 'Shouts & Murmurs.'

When asked about her inspiration for the piece, Alexis shared, “Every generation feels like the next one has issues. But I think today, with the proliferation of conspiracy theories and the internet encouraging us to be contrarian just for the sake of it, there's a weird sense of superiority created that's divorced from morality or even basic reality. I also just thought it would be pretty funny.”

“I hope the reader laughs and thinks: laugh at what you're thinking and think about why you're laughing.”

Read the piece in The New Yorker.