#MillennialBillofRights Takes Over Twitterverse

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TWITTERVERSE -- If you’re of a certain generation, the term Bill of Rights, often elicits a very specific educational memory.

Ahh, yes – the always informative Schoolhouse Rock!; the bed rock of our early introduction into the world of U.S. politics, and the all-important lesson on the first 10-amendments of the Constitution.

You know: freedom of religion, freedom of press, and the biggie these days – the right to bear arms.

But those Bill of Rights are so 18th century. C’mon…we’re living in a Millennial world, after all.

On Wednesday, the hashtag: Millennial Bill of Rights took over the Twittersphere.

The game was the brainchild of user @icanhash; and man did the hash trend on Twitter.

Check out some of these tweets:

Ha! Comedy.

The game creator told forbes.com, there’s often criticism and defense of Millennials, but the game wasn’t designed to create hate towards them.

Uh, hashtag freedom of speech, anyone?