People had the perfect clap back to a job ad targeting Millennials who ‘don’t exist’ in the real world

The Tea House Theatre recently attempted to mock Millennials in the name of being cool – and it majorly backfired.

The south London cafe posted a job advert for an administration role “for the third time in as many months”, and for some, it was easy to see why.

The company said they had “not been impressed so far” in the message to Millennials – those typically born between the early 1980s and 2000s.

The unconventional letter asked: “Are you just not taught anything about existing in the real world, where every penny counts. Did no one teach you that the end of your studies is the beginning of your education?”

Twitter users came out in full force and let the Vauxhall-based venue feel the force of their shock.

Alan Flanagan went a step further to point out the errors in the advert’s sentence structure – in an email to the company.

The ad, which was published on the Arts Council website, was taken down on Tuesday after it was found to have breached their terms.

The advert was taken down from the Arts Jobs website (Arts Council)

One such term reads: “You will not post material that contains content which is harmful, threatening, abusive, vulgar, obscene, harassing, defamatory, offensive (racially, sexually, ethnically), promotes a political view or is otherwise objectionable.”

The Tea House Theatre have not yet responded to requests for comment.

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