Mark Richardson isn't happy with young peoples' attitudes - and he had a thing or two to say about it on The AM Show on Thursday morning.
"All they do is grizzle," he said, after Duncan Garner brought up new research suggesting more than half of Millennials are facing a 'quarter-life crisis'.
"Who comes up with this rubbish?
"I'd argue that Millennials are in a constant state of crisis really.
"That's all I hear out of young people nowadays, grizzle about this, grizzle about that. Complain that this isn't fair, complaining about that.
"How about getting off your asses and doing some work?"
The study, from UK bank First Direct, found 6 out of 10 25-35-year-olds feel they are struggling with some element of their life. The research was aimed at looking at how young people used crisis as a spark for change when it inadvertently made the finding.
Of the 2000 Brits surveyed, at least half were struggling financially and more than quarter were struggling to find a job or get on the property ladder.
Another 25 percent said they were struggling to find the right relationship.
Richardson suggested dating apps such as Tinder and Grindr, which are popular among young people, were part of the problem.
"How about getting out there and actually taking a risk?
"They just want things that make life easier and when it's not easy they're in some sort of crisis."