Avocado on toast with poached eggs at Lucky Penny in South Yarra | Picture by ultrakml/Flickr.com
Avocado on toast with poached eggs at Lucky Penny in South Yarra | Picture by ultrakml/Flickr.com
Avocado on toast by Kjokkenutstyr.net/Flickr.com
Avocado on toast by Kjokkenutstyr.net/Flickr.com
Avocado on toast with lemon wedge Picture: Pexel.com
Avocado on toast with lemon wedge Picture: Pexel.com

I'm not even a fan of avocado, but I was taken aback by Tim Gurner's comments about millenials and their spending habits on things that don't matter. The Australian property tycoon, 35, says millenials needs to stop travelling and spending money on overpriced food to save for their first home. Gurner has amassed nearly half a billion dollars since buying his first investment property when he was just 19 years old. He said, in an interview with Australia's Channel Nine's 60 Minutes: "When I was trying to buy my first home, I wasn't buying smashed avocado for $19 and four coffees at $4 each."
Well, the internet wasn't having it. Here are some choice tweets from outraged millenials about their favourite Instagrammable food- avocado toast: 
Some are clearly over reading about #AvocadoToast, judging from their tweets: But how delicious does #AvocadoToast look? I guess Gurner is a hater, right?