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Greg Gutfeld says it's no surprise more millennials are living at home with their parents, compared to previous generations.

A new study by the Pew Research Center found that living with parents is now the most common arrangement for people ages 18 to 34. 

In 2014, 28% of young men were living with a spouse or partner in their own home, while 35% were living in the home of their parents.

"This is the era of the pajama boy," Gutfeld said, where texting and Twitter is a substitute for a real social life, pornography is a substitute for romantic relationships, and video games are a substitute for real activity.

"The world now comes to you, so why go anywhere? The pursuit of happiness has now become the surrender to happiness."

Gutfeld suggested on our longer life spans could be to blame for the longer stay-at-home phase.

"Seriously, why go out when it's still so early? It's so much better to show up fashionably late even when it's to your own life."

Watch the monologue from The Five above, and tune into the Gutfeld Show Saturdays at 10 PM ET!


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