Snowflake Alert: The TV Show, ‘Friends’, Is ‘Offensive’ To Millennials – No, This Isn’t Satire

If ‘Friends’ is a problem, just imagine how they’d react to ‘Three’s Company’!

You know that particular show with a guy pretending to be gay wouldn’t go over well in our new ‘tolerant’ culture, let alone understood because it’s so far from where we are today.

Friends is much more recent and ran for 10 years dominating tv ratings as one of the most popular sitcoms of all time.

Now that Friends is on NetFlix, the snowflake millennials are up in arms over the insensitive show.

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Friends is one of the most popular sitcoms of all time and ran for over 10 years before its finale in 2004, but since the show arrived on Netflix UK at the end of 2017, having been available in the US for many months, it has attracted a brand new – and much more sensitive – audience.

Sensitive doesn’t even begin to describe the audience reaction.

Millennial viewers who were too young to see the show when it first aired have been calling the show out on Twitter for what they deem to be some very problematic plot points.

The treatment of LGBT characters left some feeling ‘uncomfortable’, from the way Chandler was paranoid about being seen as a gay man, to his cruel jokes about his cross-dressing father.

The sitcom has also been slammed for its lack of diversity as it has few non-white characters despite being set in the multi-cultural melting pot of New York.
Source: Daily Mail

Here’s a millennial review of the top ‘problematic’ scenes in Friends:

Here are a few upset millennials on social media.

(Get ready — there’s about to be a snowstorm!)

Reaction to the ‘fat-shaming’:

Sorry, snowflakes.  Some of those jokes were hilarious!

Reaction to the sexism/misogyny:

Reaction to the show being ‘anti-gay’:

Reaction to the ‘creepy’ relationship between Monica and her father’s friend, Richard who was 21 years older her senior:

Reaction to the lack of diversity in a show based in New York:

And, of course, the reaction to Chandler’s dad who goes by the name ‘Helena Handbasket’:

Having Chandler’s transgender dad played by Kathleen Turner wouldn’t have gone over well now, either.

But, dang it, she was fantastic:

Sorry, snowflakes, but that’s still freaking hilarious!

Comedy is based on misunderstandings.

What to leftist find funny these days?  Do they just make jokes about President Trump and Trump supporters?

Doesn’t that get old?

Have you noticed that the real comedy is on the right now?

The great Jerry Seinfeld says that political correctness is killing comedy:

The leftist snowflakes desperately need to read this book before they put the final nail in comedy’s coffin.

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