(Full disclosure: I'm a Boomer. But my point is that you don't have to be a Boomer to hate several things about these ads for ridiculously expensive toys or the people who insist on buying them. You just need to have brain cells and a sense of shame.)
1. When they aren't complaining about their student loans or their rent payments or the refusal of their employers to let them work from home, they are standing in line to buy the Very Latest Must Have Electronic Device because it has Titanium (because that sounds cool, not because it actually means anything) or (in the case of this ad) it has a Reality Eraser which you know people like this dumb ugly geek really, really wish they could have in Reality.
2. They spend way, way too much time in their fleeting youth gasping for attention like a fish flopping around at the bottom of the boat. This guy "needs" a $2000 phone because the one he bought six months ago isn't quite good enough to allow him to
make a universally famous jackass of himself express himself to the world because, as I mentioned earlier, Reality keeps getting in the way.
3. Total tools with way, way too much time on their hands pollute the comment sections of videos like this to express their admiration for the Shiny New Thing with a Camera (and maybe even Titanium!) that they really really desperately need to guy like yesterday Because Reasons, Reasons including "my life sucks because I don't have this and it will totally not suck the moment I get it."
In conclusion- every time I see one of these commercials, I feel a little less concerned for people from middle-class and upper-class suburban backgrounds struggling in dead-end jobs and burdened with student debt. And I know that there are plenty of people out there half my age who feel the same way because seriously, you are shaming your own generation every time you buy in to this crap. Just look at the comments posted in response to this ad. It would be shameful if shame hadn't died years ago. RIP, shame. We miss you!