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Gen Z has ‘menu anxiety’

Summarised by Centrist 

The article by Mike McDaniel discusses a phenomenon he calls “menu anxiety” among Generation Z (Gen Z) individuals. He suggests that many in Gen Z find it challenging to make simple decisions, such as ordering food from a menu at a restaurant, due to anxiety. He connects this perceived fragility to other trends in Gen Z, such as sensitivity to micro-aggressions and trigger warnings. 

McDaniel cites a recent survey, amongst US and UK diners,  indicating that a significant portion of Gen Z experiences menu anxiety when dining out, with some even asking others to order for them or avoiding dining out altogether. 

Read more over at American Thinker

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