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Millennials Are Clueless Narcissists in Toyota's Empty Nester Ads

Sorry twentysomethings, but according to Saatchi & Saatchi L.A.’s new campaign for the Toyota Venza, your parents don’t miss you. In fact, they’re out riding bikes with their friends while you’re self-obsessing and underestimating their physical capabilities. The best of the new spots is "Social Network," shown below, which turns the tables on today's Facebook-savvy youth and shows (quite bitingly) how they can come off as condescending and lazy. That said, I can't think of anyone under 30 who isn't used by their parents as a 24-hour IT helpdesk. Check out three more ads from the series after the jump.







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