Transcript for Should Secret Santa be banned?
A recent study found the millennials want to end the secret Santa office holiday tradition because it gives them anxiety. It's due to millennials fear for appearing stingy saying they felt judged by their co-workers about their choice of gift. Some say their use of social media makes them feel socially judged. Are you pro Santa? First of all, I'm sick of people saying millennials think the same thing all the time. All of us don't feel that way. I do, but not all of us. I really think -- I seriously think there is something wrong with you. There are some days I'm -- I love you so much no matter what it is. Put a cap on how much you spend. That way you don't feel cheap because everyone is spending within a certain number. I'll be honest with you, I'm kind of sick of all these traditional and cool easy things being disrupted because somebody's feelings are hurt here or there. Certain things we got to stop being so sensitive about everything. Stop it. I absolutely agree. If you don't want to be in secret Santa because you're uncomfortable, go to the safe room. I'm just kidding. What I mean is don't participate. Don't ruin it for the whole office. Rather than waiting for the world to accommodate you, deal with the world that is. The world is a very tough place to live in. Right now we keep trying to -- you have to be uncomfortable at some point in your life. Everything doesn't go your way. If something offends you, sometimes you have to learn to accept it, deal with it and move on. It makes you a better person, a stronger person. Kill secret Santa, what's wrong with you? Michael, for secret Santa you're going to be giving me my gift and I will put the cap at $1 million. Okay. It can be capped at $1 million,
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