I’ve figured out a handy way to classify adults. I simply call them a t, an f, or an s. The categories are the initial letters in the spelling of the age. A t is a teen, twenty-something, or thirty-something. An f is a forty-something or a fifty-something. An s is a sixty-something or a seventy-something.
I know this is the ultimate in generalization, but it does help to put people into their general phylum of generation. I also realize that, since I have achieved all of these categories, that I may not be as aware of the finer differences between the extreme of the t‘s, but it works from my remote area of the s‘s.
Let the t‘s rage about this. After all, that’s what they’re meant to do.