If we're being real there are probably a ton of things that millennials can't do. Is this really one of them? No, seriously?

The latest rumor going around right now is that tuna sales are dropping significantly and the younger generations are to blame. Tuna companies are actually going as far as to blame it on the fact that most millennials don't know how to use a manual can opener.

Is this true? How on earth can you be in your late 20s and not know how to open a metal can? Do you think there's a more logical reason behind this?

How about the fact that tuna really isn't that good?

Can we sew, change a tire or cook meal? No but  bet we can at least open up a can  of tuna.

I hope.