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Lazy millennials can't even commit to knitting properly, reports the WSJ. Instead of using needles, they are using their arms to create massively-looped scarves, blankets and throws. "Arm knitting," they explain, "combines several things that are appealing to millennials: crafts projects, chunky knitwear (featured on the fall 2013 runways), social media and instant gratification." [WSJ]