'This is why people hate millennials': Teetotal vegan influencer whose only vices are CBD lattes and tattoos is ridiculed over an interview in which he complains it's 'invasive' for people to look him in the eye (13 Pics)

A tattooed 'influencer' who doesn't drink, smoke, eat meat, watch TV or read books has been ridiculed over a magazine profile, which Twitter users have branded 'the reason old people hate millennials'.
Chris Lavish, 26, from New York who described himself as an 'Influencer and Digital Director' gave an interview to The Cut in which he said he always wears large Gucci sunglasses 'because it's very invasive for somebody to look you straight in the eye'. 
He added: 'Like, who let you into my eyes? Who let you in there?'
Chris was interviewed on his way to MatchaBar where he's been given a corporate card after constantly posting snaps of its $15 CBD lattes on Instagram, and said of its 'Good Things Come To Those Who Hustle' slogan as being 'so me'.  




Chris admits he sticks to a vegan diet and can be spotted at 'all the green spots' around New York. It's probably no surprise that the influencer is also a fan of the millennial favourite avocado toast

The teetotal tattoo fan described how he gets new inkings to relax, and claimed making jokes about his ex on Instagram makes him seem 'authentic'. 
The interview was shared to Twitter by Brian Vu, who said: 'This might be the worst thing I’ve read in a while', and his post has now attracted 14,000 likes from equally disgruntled commenters.
'When old people talk about how much they hate millennials, this is what they're talking about,' one explained. 
Another said that reading the interview had made them feel 83-years-old, while others simply pulled out the parts that had enraged them the most. 
In the interview Chris admitted he doesn't watch TV and recently threw his set away, and he doesn't go to the theatre or cinema or read books either as all he does is 'write emails and travel for work'. 
'I’m vegan and straight edge. Getting tattoos is how I relax. It’s my therapy,' he explained. 







Straight edge refers to a movement which emerged in the early 1980s, in which followers abstain from drugs, alcohol, caffeine and any other stimulants as a reaction to the excesses of hardcore punk culture. 
For some devotees this also extends to abstaining from casual sex and eating meat. 
Indeed, his Instagram bio reads that he's: 'Never Under The Influence. Always Influencing.' 

As an outlet, Chris adds to his already expansive collection of tattoos, and admits that he tells his artist everything in the same way he would a therapist. 
He said that the tattoo artist knows more about him than the ex-girlfriend he broke up with a year ago. 
However, some Twitter users questioned this logic with one commenting: Maybe if he spent as much time with his girlfriend as he did his tattoo artist they wouldn't have broken up.'  
'This is why people hate millennials': Teetotal vegan influencer whose only vices are CBD lattes and tattoos is ridiculed over an interview in which he complains it's 'invasive' for people to look him in the eye (13 Pics) 'This is why people hate millennials': Teetotal vegan influencer whose only vices are CBD lattes and tattoos is ridiculed over an interview in which he complains it's 'invasive' for people to look him in the eye (13 Pics) Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 10:06 Rating: 5

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