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A book of classic, hilarious “OK, Boomer”-isms, a perfect gift for the Baby Boomers we all know and love. Going to the bank. Leaving voicemails. Making Jell-O molds. Using encyclopedias. Wallpapering bathrooms. There are dozens of ridiculously antiquated items, activities, and phrases that Baby Boomers love—and don’t realize have been outdated for more than a decade. And f A book of classic, hilarious “OK, Boomer”-isms, a perfect gift for the Baby Boomers we all know and love. Going to the bank. Leaving voicemails. Making Jell-O molds. Using encyclopedias. Wallpapering bathrooms. There are dozens of ridiculously antiquated items, activities, and phrases that Baby Boomers love—and don’t realize have been outdated for more than a decade. And for some reason, no matter how hard Millennials and Gen Zers try to bring Boomers into the 21st century, they still don’t seem to get it. They just can’t let go of eating meatloaf, going on cruises, or buying fuzzy toilet seat covers. So rather than try to explain something to the Baby Boomers in your life, it might be time to just say, “OK, Boomer.” Containing more than fifty of the most common, cliched, and cringe-worthy Boomer-isms, OK, Boomer is a perfect gift for any exasperated Millennial or any Boomer willing to poke fun at themselves.


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A book of classic, hilarious “OK, Boomer”-isms, a perfect gift for the Baby Boomers we all know and love. Going to the bank. Leaving voicemails. Making Jell-O molds. Using encyclopedias. Wallpapering bathrooms. There are dozens of ridiculously antiquated items, activities, and phrases that Baby Boomers love—and don’t realize have been outdated for more than a decade. And f A book of classic, hilarious “OK, Boomer”-isms, a perfect gift for the Baby Boomers we all know and love. Going to the bank. Leaving voicemails. Making Jell-O molds. Using encyclopedias. Wallpapering bathrooms. There are dozens of ridiculously antiquated items, activities, and phrases that Baby Boomers love—and don’t realize have been outdated for more than a decade. And for some reason, no matter how hard Millennials and Gen Zers try to bring Boomers into the 21st century, they still don’t seem to get it. They just can’t let go of eating meatloaf, going on cruises, or buying fuzzy toilet seat covers. So rather than try to explain something to the Baby Boomers in your life, it might be time to just say, “OK, Boomer.” Containing more than fifty of the most common, cliched, and cringe-worthy Boomer-isms, OK, Boomer is a perfect gift for any exasperated Millennial or any Boomer willing to poke fun at themselves.

50 review for OK, Boomer: Using a Landline, Going to the Post Office, and Other Outdated Things You Don't Need Anymore

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Meadows

    Funny!

  2. 4 out of 5

    spandana

    Review by a Millennial : The boomerisms used in this book were mostly a fail. There were a few lines which were good advice to which saying "Ok, boomer" was being just ignorant and plain rude. Most of the jokes didn't land well. What's wrong with reading Reader's digest and newspapers? xD In this digital age, for people who have started craving the analog life away from the all the digital bombardment, this book might give you a few pointers on the same. I neither entirely agreed nor disagreed wit Review by a Millennial : The boomerisms used in this book were mostly a fail. There were a few lines which were good advice to which saying "Ok, boomer" was being just ignorant and plain rude. Most of the jokes didn't land well. What's wrong with reading Reader's digest and newspapers? xD In this digital age, for people who have started craving the analog life away from the all the digital bombardment, this book might give you a few pointers on the same. I neither entirely agreed nor disagreed with this book. 2 stars. *Book 2 of 2021*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Martin Kilkenny

    Not even a book. Stupid.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Disclosure: This reviewer is a millennial. The structure of this book is one page with a word or sentence describing a "boomer" thing, followed by one page that just says "OK, BOOMER" ... repeated ~60 times. To pull off this layout well, the 'boomerisms' have to be solid and a lot of these fell flat. I laughed at a few, but it felt like some ideas were reused in this short volume. On the plus side, this book will only take you two minutes to read (literally). Disclosure: This reviewer is a millennial. The structure of this book is one page with a word or sentence describing a "boomer" thing, followed by one page that just says "OK, BOOMER" ... repeated ~60 times. To pull off this layout well, the 'boomerisms' have to be solid and a lot of these fell flat. I laughed at a few, but it felt like some ideas were reused in this short volume. On the plus side, this book will only take you two minutes to read (literally).

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    While I think the criticism of Boomers as conspiracy-theory obsessed is exaggerated, I must say that our generation has always had a healthy amount of skepticism—which goes as far back as the early 1960s—especially when it comes to the government. Which is in sharp contrast to the youth of today, which seems to have no problem with the government controlling every aspect of their lives. I mention it because it seems to be the common theme that runs through all these Boomer-bashing books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dalia

    Funny and witty. Would make a nice fun gift to someone that can relate to those incidents for "boomers." While I'm not a boomer I can definitely relate to some of those quotes LOL. Funny and witty. Would make a nice fun gift to someone that can relate to those incidents for "boomers." While I'm not a boomer I can definitely relate to some of those quotes LOL.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dr G

    From a boomer. Pretty funny. And a lot of truth. You will enjoy

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ardis

    This book was ok, boomer.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Fink

    Thank You Tiller Press for a Copy of this book to review! At first this sounded like I would really enjoy this short book, but I was mistaken. Maybe it would be funny to some but for me it just wasn't funny. I understood where the author was going with it and I maybe smiled on one of them but it just wasn't what I hoped it would be. Some of them really didn't even make sense. I hope someone else enjoys this book but for me it was miss. Thank You Tiller Press for a Copy of this book to review! At first this sounded like I would really enjoy this short book, but I was mistaken. Maybe it would be funny to some but for me it just wasn't funny. I understood where the author was going with it and I maybe smiled on one of them but it just wasn't what I hoped it would be. Some of them really didn't even make sense. I hope someone else enjoys this book but for me it was miss.

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    Carrie

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    Melissa Cheresnick

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