We need millennial versions of other popular board games:
Millennial Scrabble - Same game as before but one player is given the role of "populist Boomer leader." This player can simply make up words and be given triple points for doing so. Millennial Clue - An industry is murdered, you have to figure out who did it. Spoiler: It was the Millennials in the Parlour Room with the natural movement of market demand Millennial Jenga - The tower starts with half the pieces removed, Millennial Snakes and Ladders - No ladders, only snakes
If you think that's depressing just wait until you see the "Climate Change", "Antibiotic-Resistant Bactera", "Rise of fascist Governments" and "Increased Global Tensions" found in the versions for Generation Z and onward.
Legit confused about the meditation retreat thing. Full disclosure: I've lived at Zen temples, so I've technically been part of this "retreating" thing. People do not go to these things to have a good time, but are broken people looking to handle the pain in their own lives. Who would that be "hot" for?
I'm surprisingly more bothered by that callout than the hilariously condescending tagline. Talk about out of fuckin' touch.
not to burst your bubble but.....ermm....i...erm.......i visited and lived in a monastery in Quebec when i was touring around Canada last month (i'm from Singapore). Not because i'm poor and the whatnot, just for the 'experience'. Am not religious myself. Just want to try something different than the standard AirBnB/Hotel..............so i think what these monopoly described is correct.