Jeff Foxworthy Gets Burned Over Dated Millennial Joke in New Netflix Special

Jeff Foxworthy certainly didn’t win over millennials with a new but very old joke.

The comedian, best known for his ’90s you might be a slob’ shtick, joked about taking part trophies in his new Netflix special titled “The Good Old Days”.

Foxworthy, whose 1958 birth date makes him a baby boomer (although he may identify as a late baby boomer or Generation Jones), made many observational jokes about older and younger generations throughout his special. But like many baby boomers, he suggested life was at its best when he was young, had ‘energy to burn’ and ‘played all the sports’ – which became the setup. from what he might have thought was a really sick burn.

“I played every sport and it was weird back then,” Foxworthy said. “Because if you wanted a trophy, you had to finish in first place. It was crazy.

A lot of people on Twitter couldn’t find the joke in this novel. And since some of these people were millennials — freed from the responsibilities of owning a home or having career ambitions — they had plenty of time to call Foxworthy for a joke about as stale as it gets. ‘a toast. topped with avocado.

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