The bothersome thing is the general hypocrisy about lifestyles. When I were a lad, we used to "go out" to eat about once a month; it was a real treat to go to the S&W Cafeteria or to Maude's Restaurant.
Young couples here today take their families out to eat 5 times a WEEK. They don't know how to feed themselves without fast food, they pay WAY more than one would pay to fix meals at home. Everyone in the car has a smartphone, every driver in the home has a car, every kid has a 4WD ATV ...
... and yet they moan about "income inequality" and how hard it is to make it, and how both parents have to work to scrape by, all the while enjoying 10 times the material benefits that I grew up with. It's a combination of ignorance of the past, and hypocrisy about current conditions, mostly driven by envy, the oldest of human attributes.
And 100-car queues at McDonalds are just an indicator. Their choice, though, I just don't want to help pay for it.