…and according to a new survey, Millennials are more stressed out than ever…about their phones. Two and five Millennials say that cracking their phone screen would be more stressful than seeing their car’s Check engine” light turn on. And one in three Millennials said their phone dying in unknown place would be more stressful than credit card fraud. Okay, can we stop picking on Millennials? I’m way older than any Millennials and I agree about cracking your phone screen sucking but I get just as upset about idiot lights. I had one come on the other day saying my door was open. Wel,l none of my doors were open and the stupid light wouldn’t go out and all I can think of was having to see that stupid light every time I drive the car because I wasn’t planning to on getting it fixed anytime soon. Then if that wasn’t enough a few miles down the road my hood is open light came on. Okay, now I’m thinking the car has some wacked out electrical problem or its possessed. So, I pull over because I don’t want the force of the wind lifting my hood up and into my windshield. Sure, enough the hood was popped open. I get back in the car and the hood is open light goes out but guess what? The door is open light also went out. How are they related? Now as far as credit card fraud goes that would freak me out more than my phone dying in an unknown place because I can always stop and ask for directions and besides it’s not like the maps on my phone has never been wrong. Nothing like being told my destination is on the right but seeing an open field with a cow staring at me thru the fence.