Hasbro releases new Monopoly For Millennials
Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200. Go directly to hell.
Millennials have long been maligned for their inability to "adult" - from avoiding marriage to quitting their jobs to travel.
But perhaps most central to the millennial MO is the issue of property investments - of which they infamously have none.
So the cynical game-makers at Hasbro devised Monopoly For Millennials.
"Forget real estate. You can't afford it anyway," the cover of the $27 (get it?) board game reads.
Players don't win with money to buy homes or railroads, but instead collect "experience points" by earning rewards such as a three-day music festival or going to a vegan bistro - because memories "last forever".
Perhaps hitting the closest to home was one of the "hottest destinations" of all - couch-surfing.
Player pieces include a few things millennials simply can't live without, such as a camera, sunglasses and a hashtag.
"Money doesn't always buy a great time," reads the description. "But experiences, whether they're good - or weird - last forever."