A MAN’S house gained more than 80 pounds in value while he sat in it moaning about how lazy millennials are.
Bill McKay, aged 62, accrued the same amount of cash he accused the younger generation of spending monthly on Netflix and Deliveroo simply by being a blustering old twat on his sofa.
McKay said: “I worked very hard and didn’t have a holiday for four whole years to buy my house for £24,000 in 1985, so it’s clear to me that the only reason millennials can’t do the same is because they’re bone idle.
“Yes, I’m able to reap the rewards now, sitting on my arse reading the Express, because I took early retirement with an enormous final salary pension while my property constantly gets more valuable. But I grafted for it.
“I’m in this position because of my skills, my good judgment and my impressive work ethic, not because I had the blind, dumb luck to be born at a time of growth, wealth and job security.
“Yes, my house is worth £80,000 more in a year without my doing anything, and indeed £80 more since I’ve been going on. Why can’t that inspire you to follow in my footsteps rather than be envious?”
Son Jack McKay said: “I spent two hours rehearsing arguments to prove his boomer nonsense wrong. During which his house accumulated another £165.60 in value.”