In Jonathan Franzen's bestselling novel, Freedom, Jessica, the main characters' college age daughter, takes on her father's assistant, Lalitha:
“I'm a young person. … OK? I'm the young person here. Do you get it?”
“Yes! Of course. … All I'm saying is I'm not so old myself, you know.”
“That's not young?”
“How old were you when you got your first cell phone? When did you start going online?”
“I was in college.