Previous generations liked to play it safe - buy a car, have some kids, and buy a house. Millennials on the other hand have a kamikaze side to them, and why shouldn't they? Glaciers are melting, bees are dying, and governments are turning into dictatorships.

Thanks to the onset of coronavirus, 'Carpe Diem' seems to be the motto of the moment, with millennials taking advantage of the ridiculously low flight prices.

The coronavirus affects senior citizens and kids the most, so those in the middle are saying 'Fuck it', and using the opportunity to travel in ways they usually couldn't afford.

NBC News spoke to some of these do-or-die travellers, highlighting the case of one Ashley Henkel, who said,

I feel like if the coronavirus would get even more serious and like wipe out a large amount of people, I might as well be somewhere having fun.

Henkel will be holidaying in 3 cities, and has saved around $200 in air fare.

Air fares have been slashed so much, it's seeing a massive response from people in their 20s who might never actually get to see the world. It's high risk, but they don't seem to care.

Some people are highlighting the irony that it's the only time millennials can afford to travel, pointing to a broken system.

Others are implying that the entire virus itself is a big conspiracy to make travel cheaper and easier.

And yet others are pointing out just how cheap travel has become.

Millennials be trippin' - literally! These guys don't give a single fuck - I blame it on the memes. In all honestly though, it's of extreme importance that you stay safe and sanitized. The WHO has suggested that you don't travel unless absolutely necessary, so as to stem the spread of the virus, and we'd do well to listen.