OK Boomer meme: response
It's probably a Boomer thing to explain badly how a meme is supposed to work, but... here's definition from the Guardian:
"The meme is mostly used by young people on social media to respond to perceived condescension from older users – but it’s been touted as a way to understand why job and life prospects are constrained for so many young people. It’s not capitalists, it’s not the politicians who serve them – it’s “boomers”, or everyone born in the two decades after the second world war." (www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/nov/06/ok-boomer-m...)
So, here's an image you Gen Z people can post in response to some condescending managerial Boomer, or to us, if you fancy it.
Alternatively, there's an image in this album of a LEGO Boomer who you can use to say condescending strike stuff, and then use this image to respond. It's totally genius ... #OKBoomer
This is what the whole back and forth could look like knowyourmeme.com/photos/1631767-ok-boomer