Young people definitely get some interesting criticism in the news, like all the times Millennials have Killed an Industry, so this doesn't seem like much of a departure. In an interview on housing rights in Britain, a news anchor and landlord "reported" that young people don't have the skills to rent, since they don't know how to change lightbulbs or do basic tasks. This ruffled some feathers among young people and tenants.
A luxurious, Peloton indoor exercise bicycle goes for $1,995 these days. I don't know the first thing about whether that's a reasonable cost for the equipment provided. If anyone does, please comment with your insights. Pedaling onwards, what I do know is how their commercials come across, to me: and that is a sleek, sky-high marketing campaign to the deep pockets of the penthouse class.
I mean, there are moments in particular commercials, where this bike is being used in what resembles a penthouse. If you have the money for time in a penthouse, why not throw a costly piece of shiny, exercise gear in there while you're at it. That being said, Twitter user, @ClueHeywood took it upon himself to make a sardonic mockery of the whole show. His resulting tweets are making waves of laughs on Twitter, as his followers count continues to climb. Job well done, sir!