Blasphemy! Twitter Users Make Up Stupid Millennial Commandments for Young People to Live by

If the Ten Commandments were passed down to humankind today, they probably wouldn’t be recorded on tablets of stone.

More likely, they’d come in the form of tweets.

Interestingly enough, the real Ten Commandments are all perfect tweet length — but to some, they no longer feel quite so relevant. 

So this week, the account Hashtag Roundup charged Twitter users with coming up with a new set of commandments just for millennials.

Using the #MillennialCommandments hashtag, dozens of people have dreamed up some more timely laws for a generation more inclined to worship Instagram and avocado toast. 

Let's try this! Hashtag Roundup charged Twitter users with coming up with a new set of commandments just for millennials

Let’s try this! Hashtag Roundup charged Twitter users with coming up with a new set of commandments just for millennials

A little change! Coveting is still a no-no — but it's about thy neighbor's Wi-Fi, not his wife

A little change! Coveting is still a no-no — but it’s about thy neighbor’s Wi-Fi, not his wife

Sacrilege! In the new version, it's a sin to put other gods before 'meme' 

Sacrilege! In the new version, it’s a sin to put other gods before ‘meme’

Techie: While not a commandment in its own right, this tweet is still spot-on

Techie: While not a commandment in its own right, this tweet is still spot-on

A shortened version: One Twitter user joked that there are nine instead of ten commandments now because they literally 'can't even'

A shortened version: One Twitter user joked that there are nine instead of ten commandments now because they literally ‘can’t even’

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Source: Daily Mail