After Miley Cyrus tragically ended things with Kaitlynn Carter, she's been chilling in the desert with her mom, Tish Cyrus.
Is Miley a "bratt Millennial" who pays more attention to social media than she does to old people priorities like the majesty of nature?
Tish says that she is. And Miley doesn't entirely disagree. Take a look.
As you will see below, Miley Cyrus shared a snap of her as she sits on the couch on her phone.
"My mom called this 'disgusting,'" Miley reveals.
She has been hanging out with her mother, Tish Cyrus.
"There was a gorgeous sunset," Miley explains.
"And," she continues. "I was inside on my phone 'serving content.'"
"It's hard to get in trouble when you're an adult," Miley points out.
Well, you can get in trouble with the law, but that's not her meaning.
"But," she writes. "She said I look like a 'bratty Millennial.'"
"Which I do," Miley agrees.
Here is the photo in question. It's hard to see what is "bratty" about this, but she sure does look like she was born between 1980 and 2000.
(Do not @ me and claim that the cutoff is 1995, I don't hear that nonsense or respond to it)
"But is it bad if I like the pic and wanna post?" Miley asks.
That is a little funny -- and precisely contrary to her mother's intentions when snapping the photo.
The singing sensation asks her followers: "Is that worst?"
Girl, it's fine.
If you want to share a photograph of you looking at your phone, by all means, go wild.
Now, clearly Miley wasn't sharing the post to shame her Gen X mother for her somewhat weird ideas about sunset priorities.
She doesn't have a bone to pick with Tish.
In fact, Miley was sure to make ti clear that she treasures her mother's opinions.
On Friday, her Instagram Stories showed a snap of her mom chilling in the desert.
"My mom is the love of my life forever," Miley writes.
The truth of the matter is that sometimes, old people see their way of life and priorities slipping away.
Instead of adapting to the times, learning new experiences, or just keeping quiet, they become embittered.
Sunsets can be truly breathtaking, but not everyone is going to drop what they're doing and look at the phenomenon of light hitting the atmosphere at different angles.
Not every time, anyway.
Past generations may have enjoyed basking at the sunset, but generally that was because they had many hours in the day and nothing better to do.
Generations are arbitrarily defined by major events or simply by random gaps of time.
They tend to be inconsistently spaced, strangely name, and largely defined by unhelpful stereotypes that let people of varying ages vilify each other.
But that doesn't mean that one can't take pride in being a Millennial or Gen Z, of course.
If you've seen a dozen sunsets, you've seen them all. Meanwhile, you could be doing any number of other things.
You get to choose your priorities. Don't ever let someone shame you because you didn't want to point your eyeballs at clouds and say "wow."